Ready, Steady, Go!
And get prepared for the Summer Blag Blast Tour, May 2010 Edition. Woo to the hoo!
Why, what is a Blog Blast Tour?
It is the brainchild of Colleen Mondor at Chasing Ray. A group of bloggers interview a bunch of authors; all organized and run by the bloggers, not by publicists or publishers. It's not to promote one book or one author; it's to promote books, authors, and blogging.
Here is the full week schedule, via Chasing Ray. Daily, Colleen will post that day's schedule, pulling a quote from each interview to give a teaser of what the full interview is.
Stops here at Tea Cozy are bolded.
Monday, May 17
Kate Milford at Chasing Ray
Mac Barnett at Fuse Number 8
Hazardous Players at Finding Wonderland
Malinda Lo at Shelf Elf
Barbara Dee at Little Willow
Tuesday, May 18
Mary Jane Beaufrand at The Ya, Ya, Yas
Rita Williams-Garcia at Fuse Number 8
Jennifer Hubbard at Writing & Ruminating
Charise Mericle Harper at Shelf Elf
Holly Schindler at Little Willow
Wednesday, May 19
Michael Trinklein at Chasing Ray
Nick Burd at Fuse Number 8
Sarah Darer Littman at A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy
Tom Siddell at Finding Wonderland
Paolo Bacigalupi at Shaken & Stirred
Thursday, May 20
Matthew Reinhart at Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast
Jenny Boylan at Fuse Number 8
Lisa Mantchev at Writing & Ruminating
Jess Leader at Shaken & Stirred
Donna Freitas at Little Willow
Friday May 21
Julia Hoban at Chasing Ray
Stacy Kramer at A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy
Nancy Bo Flood at Finding Wonderland
Tara Kelly at Shaken & Stirred
Sarah Kuhn at Little Willow
I borrowed the above image from Fuse 8 and Finding Wonderland.
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