Blog Shout-Out: AMWM Book Blog Tours

Posted by on February 16, 2011 in Uncategorized | 6 comments

This is more of a quick shout-out than anything else. On the plus side, it’s a shout-out that may actually be useful to you—if you’re an author or a blogger. I’m a little surprised that you’re here if you’re neither, but you’re welcome to hang out anyway. :)

A book blog tour is when you help promote your new work by guest posting, interviewing or submitting for a review on other people’s blogs. It can be a little tedious, but luckily Mystee from A Moment with Mystee has come up with a network to help sort things out.

You can find it here. However, be aware that you will need be to approved first by these guys before you can join her group. If you have a blog willing to participate, go sign up.

For the rest of you, I suggest following @ErinXAtrocious on Twitter, because she Tweets funny things. And who doesn’t like funny things?

Did you share this post so others can know about the fantastic AMWM Blog Tours? It would be very nice of you to do.

  • http://www.amomentwithmystee.com Mystee

    Thanks ?
    ..and, of course, I’ve shared

    • rainy

      Thank you :)

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  • http://wordsinsync.blogspot.com shah wharton

    Yeah I been learning a little about book tours here abouts – I guess I’m going to need to do such things if/when I ever publish – interesting – I’ll pop by your links.

    I actually popped by to say hi and to extend an invitation to (shameless plug) my Weekend Creation Blog Hop which is on right now for the whole weekend – that is if you’d like to link up your creations(writing etc)/blog or meet other creative bloggers?

    Over @ wordsinsync.blogspot.com Shah ;D X

    • rainy

      Thanks for the comment! I will have to check out your link :)

  • http://natashalarry.com Natasha Larry

    I just hosted my first author on her blog tour. It was pretty cool.

    • rainy

      Congratulations! I’d like to hear more about it.