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The 12 Authors of Christmas

Captain's Log, Stardate 12.01.2007

I’m teaming up with Rachel Hauck and Tricia Goyer to feature 12 authors on our blogs for Christmas!

Here’s Rachel’s lineup:

Dec 1 - Colleen Coble
Dec 2 - Kathryn Mackle
Dec 3 - Janelle Scheinder
Dec 4 - Deb Raney
Dec 5 - Gayle Roper
Dec 6 - Kristen Heitzmann
Dec 7 - Terri Blackstock
Dec 8 - DiAnn Mills
Dec 9 - Jill Nelson
Dec 10 - Donita Paul
Dec 11 - Marlo Schalesky
Dec 12 - Linda Hall
Dec 13 - Gail Martin*
Dec 14 - Tricia Goyer*

*Bonus authors for the tour

On the 15th, hop over to Tricia’s site for the next round. Here's her schedule:

December 13 -- Linda Ford
December 14 -- Rachel Hauck
December 15 -- Camy Tang
December 16 -- Bonnie Leon
December 17 -- Tamara Leigh
December 18 -- Kim Sawyer
December 19 -- Roxanne Henke
December 20 -- Rene Gutteridge
December 21 -- Nancy Moser
December 22 -- Susan Meissner
December 23 -- Karen Ball
December 24 -- Neta Jackson
December 25 -- Maureen Lang *Bonus* Mindy Clark

I’ll be running mine concurrently with theirs. I’ll be starting on December 6th with my first author, and running them for 12 consecutive weekdays.

December 6 – Cheryl Wyatt
December 7 – Julie Lessman
December 10 – Robin Caroll
December 11 – Janet Dean
December 12 – Missy Tippens
December 13 – Elizabeth Musser
December 14 – MaryLu Tyndall
December 17 – Susan May Warren
December 18 – Veronica Heley
December 19 – Tracey Bateman
December 20 – Mary Connealy
December 21 – Sharon Hinck

I’m excited! This promises to be an interesting and fun tour.

Comments

  1. This is going to be fun, Camy!

    Rachel :)

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  2. Cool! I'm hosting "Home For The Holidays--The Twenty-Five Reviews of Christmas" reviews and giveaways on my blog:-)

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  3. I'm already checking out Rachel's site and her first interview. I rec'd your newsletter so I went to check it out. This is going to be a great way to find new authors and new books.

    Of course, I've got piles and piles just waiting to be read now, but I'm a junkie and just can't resist 'em.

    BTW, I like what you're doing so much that I blogged about it over at MUSINGS FROM GRACELAND. Hope its okay that I even included your lovely, smiling, face with the entry! Okay...so not your actual face, but a photograph of it.;)

    Yes...I'm a goof. But an appreciative goof and one that has enjoyed your blog and been blessed by it.

    Speaking of blessed, thanks again for UNSCRIPTED that I won thru a drawing. My 14 year old daughter read it the very first day it arrived and she's passing it to a friend who needs some help with life choices.

    Merry Christmas!
    Elysa Mac

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