Read For A Cure Blog Tour Continues

I’m entering the final stretch with my Read For A Cure Promotional Tour for Almost Perfect and I’m still going gangbusters this week!

Today I’m all over the place:  I’ve got an interview at Books ‘n Kisses where you can find out a few more fun facts about yours truly–like one of my writing quirks (I have several, you know) and one of the “uplifting” items on my bucket list.

I’ve also got a guest post up over at Savvy Authors with tips for writing realistic dialogue.  If you’re a writer, dialogue can sometimes be difficult to write.  My many years of listening to dialogue in the theatre has give me some specific tools to help if you’re having trouble in that area.

And I’ve got a Spotlight  up at Love to Read Romance with all the good info on Almost Perfect.

Tomorrow I’m a guest at My Erotic Notions where I give you a look at The Erotic Romance Writer’s Shopping List.  Who wants to help put away those groceries! LOL

I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported this effort this month with either your purchase of Almost Perfect or your kind comments on the various blogs I’ve been a guest on.  I appreciate all my friends, fans and followers more than I can say.

If this is your first time to my website, I’d like to welcome you to my Almost Perfect Blog Tour in support of Relay For Life.  My erotic contemporary romance,  Almost Perfect, is Decadent Publishing’s Read For A Cure book for the month of May.  All publisher proceeds from sales of the book from any vendor during the month will go to benefit Relay for Life. And a portion of the author’s proceeds will be donated as well.  That means whoever purchases the book during the month of May is making a wonderful contribution to cancer research.   Please Read For A Cure and help us close the book on cancer.

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1 Response to Read For A Cure Blog Tour Continues

  1. Sue says:

    Read your article on Savvy – I’ve taken workshops from them in the past. Good tips!

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