Join me at the Festival.
Ritu has kindly taken the helm and is leading us to the final stop at her special blog where there’s a party going on! Treats and a quick video of me reading Space Dust are part of the line up, so don’t miss out.
For the final time, click on the pic!
While we admire the autumn sun, the fun has already begun at Write to Inspire. Join me for an interview with a difference. Lance asks quirky questions about my tastes as we make haste to the last few stops on this tour.
Click on the pic to see what makes me tick!
As a special feature, I thought it might be fun, to create a quick ditty for Big Ox and Little One!
Floating free on the rainbow trail
Big Ox and Little one prepared to set sail
Across the sky on a mission to see
Cheesy Dust and maybe a pepper pot tree.
Using his absolute favourite spoon
Big Ox propelled the boat in the direction of the moon.
“Will we see Mummy today?”
“I don’t see why not. She mentioned needing extra cheese and pepper for her spots.”
“Don’t be silly,” replied Little One, grinning at the joke. “I really want to wave hello, not make silly pokes.”
Happy National Poetry Day!
Order your copy of Space Dust here.
Hello and welcome back to the Blast Off with Space Dust Blog Tour. Today’s stop over takes us to the very talented, Nicola Parkinson, the owner of the Orchard Book Club where we are lucky enough to settle for the day.
Click here to visit her page.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the tour so far. Who is your favourite character in Space Dust? Do let me know.
At Trent’s blog, with saucy sea horses stealing the show, we can catch the canoe to explore those creative creatures found on a planet sporting seven rings. There’s so much more to these fantastic things than just performing daring loop-de-loops. Find out what their presence does to the reader.
So, click on the pic to find out more!
It’s time! Let’s all climb aboard Big Ox’s canoe for a trip across the ether. Our mission: to spread the word about Space Dust’s debut and enjoy exploring the characters and extraordinary creatures they discover in the story.
So, grab the spoon and off we go up the rainbow ribbon trail to Lorraine Mace’s blog where we will stop for an interview and story share before sailing away to our next blog.
Keep your eyes peeled for free copies of the book along the way.
Let’s go! We’re off to Lorraine’s! Click on her book pic or name and away we go!
Books and Stuff
Drawing a line through 50
Inspiring the Uninspired
Folkore, Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends from Around the World
Faith, Cookery, and Travel [and a bit of life in general]
Writing & Coffee. Especially coffee.