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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Blog Tour Recap (in other words, lots of babbling)


So, I really can’t believe that it’s been ten days already. All this planning, all the interviews and post and baam! Its over! 
It was actually a bit weird seeing all this stuff about me and my book on the web. (That sounds funny). The ladies did a fabulous job, and I can’t be more thankful for them! I’m not sure what I wanted out of this tour. No, I take that back. I know what I wanted. I wanted you to get to know me a little and to get to know my book. Imagine that, right? I love hearing all the positive comments and all the love. I’m even thankful for the criticism. It makes me stronger, it makes me better.
Honestly, this post would not be complete without gifs. So, prepare yourself:
(Yes, that last one was just too funny not to share)

I’m working on a completely different kind of a story right now. My YA thriller is in serious editing stages and I’m excited to share that with you! I hope you come and visit my blog and keep up with me on twitter! If you ever have any questions, or just want to chat, stop by! I’ll be nice to you, I promise. Well, sometimes, maybe :-)
Now, don’t forget to enter the giveaway!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 Hugs and kisses to the ladies that helped me make this blog tour possible! I hope you go visit them often as well! So in conclusion, what did you guys think? How did you like the tour? What would you like to see in the future? Leave me some comments!

Much love, 
Valia

4 comments:

BookWormInBarrie said...

3 different books!

Kass said...

A cell phone to call in a rescue. A copy of Divergent (I must read that book now) to kill time until help arrives. Lastly, a supply of snacks/water (does that count as a third "item"? :D ).

Gi-Gi said...

I would want to find a flare gun to signal for help, water and a knife to help forage for food while I wait for help :)

Thanks for the giveaway!

Braine said...

I hope I can make it to the Supernatural convention next year as long as it's still here, in Nashville. Gotta love these two!

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