It's getting close. I talk about it so much that you probably know what I'm talking about (and are probably sick of it): the release of Tower of Strength.
Depending on how quickly it ships from the warehouse, the book could be in stores in a little over a week. Woot!
So . . . for most of March and a good chunk of April, I'll be doing a bunch of fun bloggy stuff in celebration.
One big thing readers should have fun with will be March 9th thru 13th (that's a Monday thru Friday, beginning two weeks from today). On those days, I'll have a week-long giveaway bonanza.
Multiple prizes will be given away each day. You heard that right! Lots of cool prizes!
Stay tuned for more about the giveaway week, like how to enter and get lots and lots of additional entries and other good stuff.
There's more exciting book/bloggy fun coming, and I'll announce them as they arrive.
For now, though, I thought it would be fun to start next week by answering reader questions.
Is there something about me you're dying to know? (Heck, is there something you're mildly curious about me?)
The questions could be anything about writing or publishing or about me personally (How long did I have braces? Dental hygiene habits? Favorite movies?) Whatever crosses your mind.
Depending on how many questions I get, I'll either answer them all on one day or spread them out over next week.
So here's my request: Leave a question in the comments, and I'll answer it sometime next week!
This could be fun, provided I don't get only one question or something even more embarrassing, like none at all. :-D
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