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I'll stop by and check it out!
I did a blog tour where every stop I took people via a different means of trasnport; wormholes, apparating Harry Potter style, Bill and Ted's telephone booth, the Magic Bus, etc, Something fun and unique every time.
what a cool and original idea! Not sure people want to be part of a zombie attack, but you've given me an idea to think on. Thank you!
I scare so easily, just thinking about a zombie movie scares me!
haa! Well I admit closing my eyes on some parts!
Lately I've been doing mini blog book tours. I've done large scale ones, but I think interest starts to wane when people see a post up to follow every day and wonder when it will be over so they don't have to keep ignoring it all.Morgan Mandelhttp://www.morganmandel.com
A good idea, maybe to break it up before people go, 'oh her again.' But then at the beginning it seems a longer one works up a buzz? Hard to say what's better?
My fourth book, A Case of Volatile Deeds, comes out next month and while I have several guest blogs lines up, I don't have them all in a row just because I feel like that is all I talk about then. With some time in between, maybe I can spread it out??? Who knows what works and what doesn't. My crystal ball broke years ago.WendyW.S. Gager on Writing
Darn and I was going to ask to borrow it... ha!I like that idea... yeah thinking on it, every day on a blog tour maybe is too much? (so much me me me?)
I do a blog tour for each one of my new releases. I just wish there was a better way to track whether or not this increases, or even leads to any, sales. For print books I have bookmarks made up and post cards to ebooks. When ever someone asks for swag for a conference, I have plenty to send.
I'm working on a blog tour, with the help of Melissa at AuthorRX-have no idea how to go about it. I'm blog challenged.Margot
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