guest blogging ~ guest blogging ~ guest blogging

guest blogging ~  guest blogging ~ guest blogging. 

What am I doing today?  Guest blogging over at Hildie McQueen’s blog.  Woohoo!  This is the first of (hopefully) many more to come. ;) (crossing fingers, toes, eyes and all internal organs)

This is the start of a very busy week I have planned for the release of my FREE short story.

Yes, you heard me right.  I’m publishing a FREE short story this coming week called Drool Worthy. This is a story I wrote as part of an October writing prompt a few years back for the Petit Fours and Hot Tamales blog.  With the progress of the indie publishing world and a major focus on social networking, I thought it would be fun to independently publish this story on Smashwords and Amazon. 

Please stay tuned for the release of Drool Worthy this coming week.

Until then, I’ve got a really cool blog schedule set up to highlight this event.

To start it off, author Hildie McQueen is featuring an interview with me on her blog.  This was a lot of fun and I’m hoping to see a few more friendly faces over there today.  You can find the interview link here:

I was also lucky enough to be able to host author Annie Rayburn during her Georgia Romance Indie’s Blog tour. (see post below) I got to interview Annie and had a lot of fun reading about all her current and future books. 

Today she is playing a very fun game of Spin the Bottle over at Linsey Lanier’s blog (wooohooo! Voting for Klaus!!!) and will finish up the tour at her personal blog tomorrow.  There she will announce the lucky winner of the box of heart shaped pendants. Remember, you can’t win them unless you comment somewhere… 

Please hop over there and help support a fellow author. :)

Have a fabulous weekend and I hope to see you over at both Hildie’s blog and Linsey’s.


Carol Burnside aka Annie Rayburn said...

Thanks for the props. I don't think I knew about your guest blog until the day after, but went to comment anyway. Hope all went well. I liked it. :D

Maxine Davis said...

I do hope you believe in "better late than never!" Lots of luck this week - sounds fabulous!