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Single Sashimi blog tour!

Captain's Log, Stardate 09.05.2008

My Single Sashimi blog tour starts today! Here’s a list of the wonderful bloggers hosting me!

9/5 I’m talking about healing at Back In Skinny Jeans

9/8 Tabitha asks me how I get my ideas for my stories and blog

9/12 Gina Welborn makes me admit who's my favorite "child"

9/15 I’m at Ruth (ChristianFictionQueen)’s blog with my top 3 comfort movies, and Ruth reviews Single Sashimi

9/15 I’m at Jennifer’s blog talking about my top five comfort books

9/16 Angie Breidenbach asks me about how the theme of Single Sashimi affects people in real life

9/16 I’m on LaShaunda Hoffman’s blog talking about how to write a query letter

9/17 I’m on Marilynn Griffith’s blog with a fun meme--join in!

9/18 My good friend Danica Favorite and I have a fun interview about how I wrote Single Sashimi

9/19 Gina Burgess asks me about how I come up with my characters and make them memorable

9/22 Alison Strobel Morrow and I chat up about life

9/23 My favorite Aussie Rel interviews me

9/24 My close friend Cheryl Wyatt is no-holds-barred in her interview with me

9/25 I’m at Ronie Kendig’s blog doing a Survey Meme

9/25 Deborah Khuanghlawn posts a review of Single Sashimi from a fellow Asian American perspective

9/26 Rel posts a review of Single Sashimi

9/26 At Laura Domino’s blog, I’m talking about the differences between the three heroes in my series

9/27 I’m guest blogging at The Friendly Book Nook about an important reading moment in my life

9/29 Tyora Moody and I did a really cool podcast

9/30 Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt chat with me about writing and I'm sorry (not really) but my snarkiness comes out. Imagine that.

10/1 Sandra Byrd reviews Single Sashimi

10/1 The first chapter of Single Sashimi is up on the Fiction In Rather Short Takes (FIRST) blog tour

10/1 Amber Miller posted an interview with me

10/2 Crystal Miller and I talk about my favorite subject, food!

10/3 I’m on Christa Allan’s blog talking about time management

10/3 Laura Williams reviews Single Sashimi

10/3 Donita Paul, author of the popular " target="_blank">Dragonspell series, reviews Single Sashimi

10/6 My friend MaryLu Tyndall interviews me and reviews Single Sashimi

10/6 Rhonda Clark gives her favs and dislikes in Single Sashimi without spoilers

10/7 Jamie Drigger talks about Single Sashimi

10/8 I’m on Winter Peck’s blog talking about which Lord of the Rings character I'd be

10/9 My fellow Love Inspired Suspense author Cara Putman reviews Single Sashimi and I give her suggestions for sushi for a non-fish eating patron

10/9 I'm over at Faithchick talking about Christmas presents. Weigh in!

10/10 Laura Domino reviews Single Sashimi

10/11 One of my favorite Steeple Hill authors Margaret Daley does an unusual blog post and interviews my heroine, Venus

10/13 Jennifer AlLee asks me about the kind of reader response I’ve gotten from my books

10/13 Laura Domino is posting on the Faithchick chicks--and today's my day!

10/13 My blogger-in-crime buddy Laura Christianson is posting on the first two books in the Sushi series and giving the lowdown on how we met

10/13 Rel is featuring Venus in her character spotlight

10/14 Laura Christianson asks me about adopting from China

10/14 I’m on Peggy Phifer’s blog spilling the beans on the true inspiration for Grandma Sakai

10/14 I have a completely random post about what's in my purse on the Girls, God, and the Good Life blog

10/15 My fellow Seekerville author Myra Johnson asks me to expound on uni and sashimi--I promise, it's not that gross!

10/15 My fellow geek friend Tina posts a review about Single Sashimi

10/16 Christina Berry (my fellow ACL sufferer) interviews me about my love life (nothing too embarrassing, I promise)

10/17 I’m at Georgiana Daniels’ blog in an interview, and Georgiana is reviewing Single Sashimi

10/20 I’m guest blogging at Love Inspired author Missy Tippens’ blog about how I make my character voices so distinct.

10/20 I'm on Words of Faith radio program on the VirtueRadioNetwork

10/21 Betsy St. Amant (a new Love Inspired author!) reviews Single Sashimi

10/22 My friend Cynthia Hawkins hosts a meme answered by Grandma Sakai

10/23 New Love Inspired Historical author Janet Dean interviews me

10/23 Trish Perry gives a beach-y interview

10/27 Hysterically funny historical romance author Mary Connealy reviews Single Sashimi

10/27 I’m guest blogging on Tricia Goyer’s blog about Birth Verses

10/28 Tina asks me about my writing day and NaNoWriMo (just around the corner!)

10/29 Join me on Erica Vetsch’s blog where I'm talking a little more in depth on Venus's spiritual struggles and character.

10/29 Tyora Moody reviews Single Sashimi

10/30 Heidi Strawser reviews Single Sashimi

10/31 Sozintara reviews Single Sashimi

10/31 Earlier I mentioned how "The Other Side" by Avalon was my inspirational song as I wrote Single Sashimi. I found a video of the song on YouTube so if you're not familiar with the song, you can hear it! (Click on the link above for the lyrics.)



11/6 Diana Lesire Brandmeyer reviews Single Sashimi and quizzes me a bit about NaNoWriMo.

I hope you join me for each stop on the tour!

Comments

  1. Wow, that's a big tour. I'll give it a shot. Never done a blog tour...should be fun.

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  2. Didn't realize that I was the one to kick off the party. Woo-hoo! {Steph is dancing like it's 1999}

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  3. What do I have to do to have you stop at my blog? I'd like for you to do an "interview" regarding getting started, growing in confidence, influences, etc. And I can happily wait until October ?

    Katharine at 10minutewriter

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