Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Many Genres One Craft Virtual Book Tour (VBT)
Our recent VBT stops for Many Genres, One Craft are:
Stop: Damsels in Regress
Jennifer, Emilie, and Tricia met while they were graduate students in Seton Hill University's Writing Popular Fiction program. They bonded over their love for children's and young adult fiction, especially all types of historical fiction, and their desire to see their books in print.
Host: Patricia B. Tighe
Tricia is currently writing the sequel to a young adult historical fantasy set in 1890s Belgium. In An Inherited Evil, 18-year-old Mathieu Korsten must discover the secrets of his grandmother’s past to end a curse that could take his life.
Event: Book Review
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: Michael A. Arnzen
Stop: Lighthouse Mysteries
All about lighthouses, mysteries, popular fiction and art, and Meg Mims!
Host: Meg Mims
Meg Mims is a writer, artist and photographer, RWA contest winner and multiple finalist. She earned an M.A. in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University and is a staff writer for RE/MAX Platinum Online in Brighton, Michigan, and for Lake Effect Living, an online magazine.
Event: Wednesday Spotlight
Contributors: Michael A. Arnzen and Heidi Ruby Miller
For upcoming stops, visit our VBT page: http://manygenres.blogspot.com/p/virtual-book-tour.html
There's still time to be a host. Email Heidi Ruby Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
To pre-order a copy of Many Genres, One Craft, visit:
Barnes & Noble
Books A Million
and other fine book sellers!
posted by heidi