To promote my horror novel, AFRAID, which debuts March 31, I'm appearing on different blogs every single day in March.
Please follow my daily journey, and broaden your blog-reading horizons.
Today we get started at David Jack Bell's blog, and David manages to ask me some questions I haven't been asked yet:
Then I pop on over to Reading and Writing Podcast and do--you guessed it--a podcast with Jeff Rutherford:
Elizabeth Sneed White reviews Afraid at Musings of an All Purpose Monkey, along with seven other places on the net:
And finally, the event all of you (re: my mom) have been waiting for. Over at the Central Crime Zone blog, an extension of Crimespree Magazine, JA Konrath interviews Jack Kilborn:
You can also access the article through Crimespree's official blog, here:
Now I'll take a few questions.
Q: I just heard about your blog tour. Have you really been featured on 54 blog posts in 21 days, providing unique, original content for each one?
A: Yeah. Every day brings something new and fresh. I encourage everyone coming in late to go back to Day #1 and begin to follow me from there.
Q: Why should I?
A: The point of this blog tour isn't just so I sell a lot of books. It's also helping to link together the blogging community. Are you a writer or a blogger? Then I've already done the groundwork for you. Follow my tour, comment on other bloggers sites, trade links with them, and Shazam--you've now got a network.
Q: Is this blog tour thing working for you?
A: So far, it looks pretty positive. I don't see any downsides, only benefits, for both me and the sites that have hosted me.
Q: Aren't you running out of things to say?
A: Not even close. In fact, the next nine days are packed with variety. Packed, I tell you.
Q: If blog touring is such a good idea, why aren't more people doing it?
A: Just watch. They will.
Q: But what about a real tour? What if I want to meet you in person?
A: Today, March 21 from 2pm-4pm, I'll be at the Palatine Library in IL, talking and signing books. On Monday March 23 I'll be signing at Mystery One bookstore in Milwaukee WI with Barry Eisler from 7pm - 8pm.