I’m doing a blog tour for my upcoming novel, Saving Madeline. If you find one of these blogs and comment on it, you will be entered into a contest to win a copy of the novel! Yes, if you find more than one of these blogs, you can comment on each of them and each one is another name in the pot and a chance for the book. The contest begins on August 21st (or whenever the first blog comes out on Anne Bradshaw’s site) and will be concluded shortly after September 25th, when I have the last blog scheduled. Good luck!
If you are a blogger and would like to participate in the blog tour, please let me know by sending me an e-mail from my website: https://RachelAnnNunes.com!
3 Responses to “Blog Tour and a Free Book!”
I want to do this! I'm going to email you right now!
Rachel Ann Nunes
Thanks for volunteering to be part of my blog tour! Here is the way it works. My publisher has agreed to let me send out an electronic PDF of the book before its release in return for a blog review or interview posted on your site. (It goes without saying that the PDF is copyrighted and should not be passed around to anyone else!) You decide what to include on your blog. You may choose to do a review, or interview/review combination on the same day, or you can interview me with questions about the book on one post and then review the book a week or two later after you finish reading the PDF.
Everyone who comments on your blog/website will be entered to win a free book at the end of the tour. So that we can monitor this, I need the blog address you will be using. If you could e-mail that address to me at Rachel@RachelAnnNunes.com, I would appreciate it. Some bloggers have multiple blogs and it will really help us keep track if you send us the URL(s) you plan to use.
After you e-mail me, I'll send you the PDF and a list of available dates and you let me know when you'll be posting. It's that simple.
Thanks for asking!
Tamara Hart Heiner
hey, I'd love to participate in your blog tour. What do I have to do? I don't get a lot of visitors, but it can't hurt.