Meet me, my book, and my characters in July and August

My blog tour for A Baron for Becky started on July 4 with a post on the Bluestocking Belles’ Teatime Tattler. Here are all the blog stops of the tour—through to the beginning of September. I’ve also added in the post on indie publishing I did for 10 Minute Novelists.

Link to post Posting topic Date
Ten Minute Novelists What have you learned from this experience? July 1, 2015
Teatime Tattler Two rakes get caught – Aldridge from A Baron for Becky and Wellbridge from Royal Regard, and a scandalous event from their youth. July 4 and 5, 2015
Where fantasy and love take flight Top 10 reasons I write (and read) historical romance July 5, 2015
The Word Mistress (links to part 1 – see dates for remaining parts.) Alex and Aldridge have a quiet drink – 2 heroes from 200 years apart talk about their lives July 7, 11, 16 and 20, 2015
Amy Rose Bennett An interview with a character: Hugh, Baron Overton July 8, 2015
Michele Mathews An excerpt July 9, 2016
Alice Langdon: History Beneath the Sheets Two broken birds meet in a bookshop – Becky from A Baron for Becky and Ellie from Trusting Desires share experiences. July 10, 2017
My Literary Leanings Excerpt from first chapter July 11, 2015
The Word Mistress Alex and Aldridge have a quiet drink – 2 heroes from 200 years apart talk about their lives part 2 July 11
The Snarkology Elemental storytelling July 14, 2015
Sherry Ewing An interview with a character: The Marquis of Aldridge July 15, 2015
The Word Mistress Alex and Aldridge have a quiet drink – 2 heroes from 200 years apart talk about their lives part 3 July 16 , 2015
English Historical Fiction Authors The history of soap July 17, 2015
Jill Hughey One fun fact and a first meeting July 18, 2015
Obstinate headstrong girl The history behind the book July 18, 2015
The Word Mistress Alex and Aldridge have a quiet drink – 2 heroes from 200 years apart talk about their lives part 4 July 20, 2015
Regina Jeffers Inspiration for the book July 21, 2015
Mari Christie New Title Tuesday July 21, 2015
 Carola Avila  Me and my writing  July 23, 2015
The Word Mistress Alex and Aldridge have a quiet drink – 2 heroes from 200 years apart talk about their lives part 2 July 24, 2015
 Reviews by Crystal  A review of A Baron for Becky  July 25, 2015
 Novels Now  Five non-writerly facts about me  July 28, 2015
 Musings by Mandy  An excerpt  July 28, 2015
 Tami Lund The theme of Jealousy in A Baron for Becky  July 29, 2015
 Jennifer Senhaji   An interview with a character: Becky  August 1, 2015
 Teatime Tattler  The Duchess of Haverford remonstates with her son.  August 1, 2015
Madame Cancanier Becky consults her friend, Kali from La Déesse Noire August 3, 2015
 Jacquie Biggar  How I approach writing and other interesting questions  August 5, 2015
 Collette Cameron  The Merry Marquis shocks the papers  August 6, 2015
 Teatime Tattler  Sir Daniel Sees a Ghost  August 8, 2015
 Caroline Warfield  An interview with Her Grace of Haverford  August 8, 2015
 Random Bits of Fascination  An update on my superpowers  August 9, 2015
 Susana’s Parlour  Aldridge interviews his creator  August 12, 2015
 Romance Lives Forever  An interview with Becky  August 13, 2015
 Judith Barrow  Six excerpts over four days  August 14August 15;  August 16; August 17
 Lady of Books and Choir Lady  An interview with Hugh and a heap of excerpts  August 18, 2015
 Madame Gilflurt’s Salon  The Regency and the Sex Trade  August 25, 2015
 The Quirks of Quen  Rakes for real  August 28, 2015
 Colleen S. Myers  Another fictional world collision  Still to come
 Lindsay Downs  Extract  September 5, 2015

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail
rss

13 thoughts on “Meet me, my book, and my characters in July and August

  1. I am looking forward to reading A Baron for Becky. I am excited about the party and meeting the cast. Unfortunately, summer vacation will be over and I return to work on August 6th and will have to wait until the weekend to read the book.

  2. I haven’t read it yet, but the post on “elemental storytelling” sounds interesting. I also would love to read the character interviews and the other stories

  3. Pingback: In a space out of time, two hundred years no longer separates our heroes |

Love hearing from you