I also did a shout out on Facebook in case there are any new bloggers interested in participating. I’m hoping you’ll enjoy catching up with some you met in the Spring, and hopefully meet a new one or two.
So if you are asking, “What might I read on a different blog I don’t already know?”
then wonder no longer. I can’t say for certain the new information you might learn but I guarantee you will enjoy seeing the different styles of blogs and getting to know some of the personalities that help to make me the writer, author, speaker, and woman I am today. I know Debbie Twomey is doing a blog on “protecting kids” and is tying Where’s Heidi? One Sister’s Journey and my writing into her theme. Another is spotlighting my books and how we met. There might be videos, interviews, or who knows what. Honestly, the sky is the limit!
So WHO is joining the “Birthday Bash Blog Tour” – see below:
September 5th: Terri Groh
with details for a “Where’s Heidi? One Sister’s Journey” Book Deal” and a spotlight
September 7th: Alyshia Hull
a teen author and encourager of mine
September 11th: Diane Estrella
blogger, writer, mom, and so much more; one of my go-to-girls
September 16th: Michelle W
Michelle’s newest release, “Cache a Predator” is gaining momentum
September 19th: Debbie Twomey
a Social Media guru helping others reach their goals
September 23rd: Dr. Mary Starr
wellness doc, another business guru with a heart for helping others, and a decade old friend
September 26th: Mags Buske
another teen writer and an advocate for the missing and their families
I encourage you to visit the “Book Review” page on my site if you’ve forgotten who reviewed Where’s Heidi? One Sister’s Journey so far. Feel free to share and comment on any of the past posts – who knows, your comment might be the nudge the blogger needs to join us for another blog tour at #OneSistersJourney.
As of today there are seven bloggers setting aside a day to share Where’s Heidi? One Sister’s Journey with their readers, with eleven dates still available.
If you’re interested, it’s not too late ~ email me today at firstname.lastname@example.org