My latest historical novel, Overture, set in Belle Epoque France, heads off on a seven-day blog tour today. I’m very grateful to these 21 fantastic book bloggers for featuring the book on their blogs and also to Rachel Gilbey of Rachel’s Random Resources for organising it all so efficiently. Some of the bloggers will also be featuring a review of Overture. Their support for authors is invaluable and helps readers to find new books.
I’ll tweet every day about the tour with a link to the participating blogs and also post on my Facebook page. I’m sure the bloggers will be delighted if you go to have a look at their blogs. They feature and review many books, so you might well find exciting new reads.
Also, I have allowed out of my sight my main character from Overture, Marie-Thérèse, so that she can take part in an interview as part of the Historical Writers’ Forum “Interview my Character” blog hop. Her interview by Stephanie Ling will appear on Stephanie’s blog on Monday 24th June. Watch this space for the link.
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Sounds like an amazing tour, Vanessa. I shall be following. All good wishes for the success of Overture.
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Thank you so much, Christine. I’ve already seen two lovely reviews at today’s stops on the tour, so feeling very honoured.
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Ocelot author Vanessa Couchman’s latest historical novel, Overture, is going on a blog tour this week. Book bloggers provide a great service to both authors and readers and we are happy to support them at Ocelot Press.