**Update #3:** Filled up again! (that was fast!) But again, if anyone still wants to take part, we can double up the days.
**More Recent UPDATE:** I’ve had a couple of reviewers that wanted to post their reviews earlier than January, so I have more openings again! 🙂
**UPDATE**: Wow! So excited about the response I’ve gotten! If anyone else happens to be interested, we can always double up on certain days. Because getting cozy is fun. 🙂
I’m excited to announce that the blog tour for Within will be held starting January 9, and go through until January 30. I’ve already got lots of blogs participating (see below!) but I’ve got some free days that I would love to be filled. To be specific, I’ve got 9 or 10 spots left.
So if you are a blogger, or have any blogger friends that would be interested in either reviewing my book and/or interviewing me, that would be great!
The schedule so far:
January 9: The Book Addicted Girl
January 10: Fantasy’s Ink
January 11: The Awesome Magic Attic
January 12: I’m a Book Shark
January 13: Gothic Angel Reviews
January 14: Avery Olive
January 15: Cecilia Robert’s Written Word
January 16: A.F. Stewart’s Blog
January 17: Dark Side of the Covers
January 18: Inkling’s Read + Book Shark
January 19: Ramblings of a Daydreamer
January 20: Bittersweet Enchantment
January 21: Letters Inside Out
January 22: A Written Rhapsody + Realm of Fiction
January 23: Nightly Reading
January 24: My Book Boyfriend
January 25: Little Library Muse + Dead Trees and Silver Screens
January 26: Some Like It Paranormal
January 27: Livres de Amour (Books of Love)
January 28: YA Fiction Book Reviews
January 29: Uniquely Moi Reviews (Guest Post)
January 30: The Violet Hour
If I’ve missed anyone, let me know.
I’m trying to only give out ebooks as review copies (I’m in Canada–is expensive to ship to the States!) but I have a variety of formats to choose from. (Epub, Mobi, PDF)
And just in case you haven’t seen my book cover/book description before…
Trinity Hartell’s life changed after the accident. Left with irreversible brain damage, she becomes a burden to her mother, a cause for heartbreak for her boyfriend Zack, and a flattened obstacle for her jealous best friend, Ellie.
But then she starts writing. Perhaps it’s a coincidence that the psychotic, murderous protagonist of her novel bears a striking similarity to the charming Wiley Dalton, a mayoral candidate in the upcoming election.
Or, perhaps not…
So if you’re interested, post a comment or shoot me an email!