Saturday, April 23, 2011

Many Genres One Craft Virtual Book Tour

Our recent VBT stops for Many Genres, One Craft are:

Stop: Free Cotton
Providing discussion, tips, and marketing for education on all levels.
Host: Teffanie Thompson White
Teffanie Thompson White played with pen in hand. When pen was absent, she scratched words on ashen legs. She either taught class or wrote books, which she still does. Her picture book manuscripts, Bug Talk and For Tents and Ribbons, have been adapted into onstage ballets. Teffanie co-authors and co-publishes pictureless books.
Event: Educational Tips
Contributor: Sally Bosco

Stop: Seton Hill Writers
Three graduates of the Seton Hill University MFA program (Lesley L. Smith, Ann Laurel Kopchik, and Rodney Robbins discuss genre issues, give writing tips, and review books at their group blog Seton Hill Writers.
Host: Lesley L. Smith
Lesley writes SF and talks about the genre at conferences and conventions. Her latest novel is Multiple Possibilities.
Event: N is for Networking
Contributor: Michael A. Arnzen

For upcoming stops, including more from Free Cotton and Seton Hill Writers, visit our VBT page:

There's still time to be a host. Email Heidi Ruby Miller at for details!

To pre-order a copy of Many Genres, One Craft, visit:
Barnes & Noble
Powell's Books
Books A Million
and other fine book sellers!

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