Hi all! Today is week two of what feels like my whirlwind blog tour. Please check out the reviews, articles, and deep dark secrets of yours truly! I promise you’ll learn things about me that my husband doesn’t even know!
Sunday, January 5: AuntieEmWrites
I wrote a guest article for this spot, telling the story of how I first became a writer. Here’s a teaser: it involves my favorite animal, a brutal workout, and a writer named Susan Conant. I also reveal my husband’s favorite nickname for me—and no, it’s not sweetie-pie. Check it out and leave a comment in the next week. You may win an autographed copy of the book!
Tuesday, January 7: Melissa’s Mochas, Mysteries, and Meows
This blog stop was a biggie in so many ways. An awesome review, lots of great comments, and the chance to share information that I haven’t blogged about anywhere else. Three teasers:
- First, a line from her review: “You know a book is fantastic when it’s your first read of the new year and you immediately know it’s going to be on your ‘Best Books of the Year’ list.”
- Second, learn about my cranky cat Maggie (yes, I have a cat, too!) and a specific cat treat that will guarantee you win your cat’s love and affection forever.
- Finally, learn about the human who inspired the plot of MURDER STRIKES A POSE. This one will surprise you!
On book launch day I visited two blogs. The first, Beth Groundwater, hosted an interview with me. My favorite question was about how I get to know my characters. Check it out and you, too, can realize how truly schizophrenic I am. (Hmm…maybe I shouldn’t advertise that…)
The second stop wasn’t really by me—it was by yoga sleuth Kate. Dru asked her to pop by her blog and talk about a typical day. Problem is, none of Kate’s days have been typical lately. Will she relive the embarrassing Santa incident? Will she solve George’s murder? And even more importantly, what in the world is she going to do with crazy-dog Bella? Stop by and help her figure it out!
Thursday, January 9: Chloe Gets a Clue
Chloe hosted me for author interview. My favorite question in this interview was “What’s your writing superpower?” That’s me, all right. Super Tracy! I also share the best yoga practices for writers and amateur sleuths.
Friday, January 10: Read Your Writes Reviews
I absolutely LOVED visiting with this reviewer. She owns a rescue dog so she really “gets” Kate’s relationship with Bella. Here’s a quote: “Without any question, I’m a dog lover. I will admit that towards the end of the book I actually cried. I mean SERIOUSLY, who in the world cries reading a cozy mystery?” She did clarify later that she cried tears of happiness.
That’s all for this week. Two more official stops on this tour, then I’ll wrap it up and go back to yoga tips, articles, and techniques. But please do stop by these blogs and support all of the bloggers who have supported me!
Come visit Whole Life Yoga in Seattle, and check out Tracy Weber’s author page for information about the Downward Dog Mysteries series. MURDER STRIKES A POSE is available now at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Whole Life Yoga, and wherever books are sold.