Between the Lines Blog Tour!

Hey guys! I'm happy to announce that my blog is just but one awesome stop along Jennifer Murgia's Between the Lines blog tour! Check out the tour banner below:

Pretty sweet, huh? I'm totally digging this cover, especially that curl of smoke along the left-hand side. I've had the honor and privilege of meeting Jennifer at the 2012 YAFest in Easton, Pennsylvania last year and I have to say that not only is she a truly gifted writer but she's a geniunely awesome person. And you want to know just how awesome? Check out this prize pack you can win:

by entering into this raffle drawing:
a Rafflecopter giveaway
It's a pretty kick-ass deal, folks---you could win a necklace, a free ebook, plus a collection of Sylvia Plath's poems! So come on in and have some fun!
Hey wait a second---here's Jennifer now, stopping in to say hello and to talk about the people who touch our lives:

I’ve met a number of people on my journey as an author. Authors,
bloggers, readers, librarians . . . it’s a long list, especially when I
start counting the characters in my books because, as funny as it
sounds, those characters have made a huge impact on my life. Some are
sweet and tender. Some are less than desirable. They mimic life -- have
personalities, quirks, problems, and are sometimes more human than the
people I know in reality. I’ve shaped them and molded them and given
them dimension. I can control who they meet, who they love, lose, speak
to . . . I just never expected how much they would shape me.

And while I can’t always control my own existence, I’m pretty darn lucky
to cross paths with some remarkable people – my publishers, my agent, my
Playlist Fiction sisters, my author friends. We come together like
pieces in a puzzle. We cross paths and connect (and yes, I’m shouting
out to Melissa here on her blog! I had the pleasure of meeting her at
YAFest 2012 and hope to see her again!)

We meet people for reasons unbeknownst to us, sometimes for a fleeting
moment, for a day, or for a year or two. They can be real. They can be
fictitious, but one thing is certain – real or not, that impact can last
a lifetime.

Thanks for stopping by, Jennifer! Always a pleasure and best of luck to you!

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