Thursday, August 30, 2012

On the Virtual Road

I have just returned from ten days on the actual road, driving from Utah through Colorado and Kansas, across Oklahoma to Fort Sill where we watched The Kid graduate from basic combat training. Then after a night of being lulled to sleep by artillery fire, we sped off to San Antonio for a day of sightseeing and general goofing around. On Sunday we dropped PFC The Kid at Fort Sam Houston for  105 days of Army individualized training. Our return route included Roswell, New Mexico and a dump of an RV "resort" that was akin to camping in some dudes back yard. All in all it was a    r e a l l y   l o n g trip.

Which brings me to my next "trip". It's a virtual book tour, so in reality I won't have to pack anything or even step outside my front door. This is good news, because, quite frankly, I'm sick of travelling. I have  been to the bathroom of the devil, and I don't want to see it again any time soon. So I can sit back and relax and let my WiFi do the walking, so to speak. And you can join me, no passport necessary. 

Here is the schedule and the links:

September 2, Meet and Greet at the Virtual Book Tour Cafe blog

September 4, Guest blogging at Wise Words 

September 6, Interview at MK McClintock's Blog

September 11, Interviewed at The Bunny's Review

September 13, Review and Guest Blogging at A Book Lover's Library

September 17, Review at Books, Books and More Books

September 19, Interview at Romance That's Out Of This World

September 21, Review and Interview at Black Hippie Chick's Take On Books & The World

September 21, Review and Interview at Little Book Star

September 25, Review and Guest Blogging at Jersey Girl Book Reviews

September 27, Interview at Mass Musings

September 29, Review and Interview at Infinite House Of Books

So pull up a chair and a big glass of wine and join me from the comfort of your couch. Leave comments, read reviews, and make sure to register to win a free copy of The Carriage Trade. And if the restroom's dirty, it's nobody's fault but your own.