Tuesday, October 30, 2012

THE MISTAKEN Blog Tour: Day Ten



It’s Day 10, into the home stretch.  Yippee!
I sure hope you all are surviving Sandy in safety and good spirits.


Today is very special to me. I’m being interviewed by my very best friend in the whole world, fellow author and pub-sister, Lisa Regan.  I’ve posted about Lisa at least a dozen times, probably more.  We started as critique partners and became as close as sisters, best friends who email long letters to each other several times a week.  And that’s in addition to all the texting we do just about every day.  Most of you know by now that, although we’ve been best friends for two years, we only just met in person for the first time earlier this month at Bouchercon.  And while I’m grateful that we get to publish together and remain on this journey, side-by-side, more than anything, I’m so happy I met her, for not only has she made me a better writer, she’s enriched my life beyond my wildest dreams.  Don't miss Lisa's debut release, Finding Claire Fletcher coming from Sapphire Star Publishing on December 6th.


You can also find me over at Falling For Fiction today, where Hope Roberson asked me some questions and was kind enough to allow me a little shameless self-promotion.              

Who has impacted your writing life the most?


Remember, every follower who comments here during my tour will be entered into a drawing for an ARC of The Mistaken and a bookmark.  Plus, 5 runner-up winners will each receive an ebook copy.  Winners will be determined using Random.org and notified via email.    

Tomorrow on Day 11, my other bestie, author Jennifer Hillier at The Serial Killer Files where I’ll discuss villains.  Yeah, baby!

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THE MISTAKEN  ~  the hell of revenge, the hope of redemption



Available at:
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Coming soon to SonyDiesel Bookstore, and Baker & Taylor.





  

12 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Wrapping up with Lisa and Jennifer - perfect end to your tour!

JeffO said...

I hope Lisa pre-loaded her post. I have a funny feeling she's without power down there this morning.

Suzi said...

I remember seeing this story someone online and thought it sounded so interesting. I love the premise and look forward to reading it.

michelle said...

I've enjoyed this tour. Off to visit Lisa and then Hope.

Nancy Thompson said...

Yeah, Lisa had it pre-scheduled but Blogger glitched. It's up now.

Andrew Leon said...

That would probably be Rusty, because having cover art has made a huge difference in everything.

Lisa Regan said...

Aww . . . thanks! *blushes* well the answer to who has impacted my writing life the most is obvious: YOU!!!! Nothing gets out into the world without approval from you! :)

Joylene Nowell Butler said...

I'm so glad you two got to meet in person. That makes my heart feel good.

Carrie Butler said...

On my way! :)

Livia said...

Wonderful interviews, Nancy! Love your writerly advice - write what you love and never give up. And yeah, I love sunshine too!

Great, great stuff Nancy! I'm still so excited for you! Congrats again! :)

Chuck said...

Nancy, I am half way through the book and it's fantastic! It is hard to put down and your writing is, well...like I would hope to write. Totally immersed in the story. Great job!!!

Nancy Thompson said...

Oh wow, that means a lot to me. Thank you! Happy dance time!