Holy crap, guys! Yesterday's blog tour launch was so much bigger than I expected! Thank you so much for making the first day so brilliant!
Just want to add a quick note to say that I will do my absolute best to visit your blogs as normal, but I am having to reply to three times the amount of comments on my blog and others' than I'm used to - which is fab - but slowing me down a little lol. So if you don't see me, I promise I am reading, even if I don't have time to reply to everything, sorry!
Today on the tour you will find me here:
I will be with the amazing Leigh Covington, to answer some questions she had for me about Game On. Leigh is one of my favourite blog buddies, and was my CP when I was getting the book ready for publication!
Elizabeth Seckman is another CP of mine, and I was thrilled to have someone with such talent looking over my work! You can find out about one of the more glaring errors she spotted, plus read her fabulous review by clicking here!
And finally, Cherie Reich - who somehow made me enjoy sci-fi with her wonderful book, is giving a Game On shoutout!
Now, I know I'm not the only one releasing a book this week, which brings me to the next part of my post! Christine Rains wrote the most incredible story for the A-Z challenge this year, and now it is available for you to own! Fearless is a fantastic story about a young girl called Abby, who spends her life fighting away the monsters that haunt children's dreams. It's just brilliant, I cannot praise it enough, so go and grab yourselves a copy! You can find all the details to buy it here.
In honour of Christine's book launch, she is hosting the Childhood Monsters Bloghop!
So, let me tell you all about my childhood monster!
Well, I know many children have real, genuine monsters like the bogeyman in the closet, or the beast who lived under the bed. My childhood monster was a ghost. I'd never seen a ghost before, but I had this constant fear that one lived in my bedroom, and would ... well, I don't know what really ... but remember just being very scared of it. How did I protect myself against this monster? The way every child does, I think! I had my trusty Pound Puppy! Every night before bed, I made sure my Pound Puppy was firmly settled right up against the wall so that the ghost couldn't slither up through the gap between the wall and the bed to get me. I don't remember the point at which I stopped being afraid, but I do know that my little stuffed dog kept me safe!