TGWIG’s Blog Tour Continues

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The blog tour continues this week. I’m going to close comments here to encourage you to check out one of the posts below. And I’ll update the list as the links go live the rest of the week.

August 6: Guest blogging on Small Press Reviews about Trope Twisting, how to make something familiar new again.

August 6: Q&A about who was easiest to write, genre blending, and inspiration for setting with We Live and Breathe Books and Book Review of TGWIG.

August 7: Guest post “5 Things You Didn’t Know About Kat Preston” on Jill Weatherholt’s blog.

August 8Guest post about how a girl can ignore ghosts & giveaway on Brandi Breathes Books

August 9: Guest post on Harvesting Hecate’s blog about researching spell casting and ghosts.

August 10: Guest post on why I write series over on Write Bitches blog.

August 11:Q&A on Pink Fluffy Hearts about when I wanted to be a writer, my inspiration for Kat, & my favorite part of TGWIG.

August 12: Guest blogging on Authors to Watch about why I wrote a time travel novel.

August 12: Sharing 5 Things I Learned From My Editor on Sheila Hurst’s blog.

And the entire TGWIG blog tour is listed here in case you missed something and want to check it out!

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This past week has been awesome and completely unexpected! TGWIG’s release week went better than I hoped. It has been and continues to be an Amazon Bestseller in Time Travel and Mysteries & Thrillers for Teens. It’s often been in the top 10 for Time Travel. It even cracked the top 20 for Mysteries & Thrillers.

TGWIG has also been continually on the Top 100 Hot Releases in Time Travel, Mysteries & Thrillers, and Horror.

We also have 29 reviews up so far. Please keep posting reviews, they factor into Amazon’s ranking system and help Amazon determine which books to promote.

It even made the Goodreads Popular August Releases List.

Thank you so much for helping to make TGWIG an Amazon Bestseller!

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