Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Upcoming Blog Book Tour Stop

I will be hosting a stop on Sue Eckstein's blog book tour for her delightful, new novel, The Cloths of Heaven. It's about an eclectic group of expats in West Africa.
See the stops in the tour below. If you've read the book and have questions you'd like her to answer when she passes by Thoughts from Botswana, please send them through.
27 July: Myriad Editions - Publisher of the Week at The Book Depository
28 July: Caroline Smailes http://www.carolinesmailes.co.uk/blog/ - review and interview/comments chat plus giveaway
28 July: Sue Eckstein Tuesday Top Ten at The Book Depository
30 July: Helen Hunt http://bookersatz.blogspot.com/ – Bookersatz - review
4 August: Thoughts from Botswana http://thoughtsfrombotswana.blogspot.com/ – review
6 August: Jackie Wills http://jackiewillspoetry.blogspot.com/ - review
9 August: Denyse Kirkby http://djkirkby.blogspot.com/ – review, interview and giveaway
11 August: Trailing Grouse http://trailinggrouse.com/ – review
13 August: Keris Stainton http://keris.typepad.com/ – review
18 August: Thoughts from Botswana– interview
20 August :So Close http://www.tertia.org/
25 August: Sarah Salway http://www.sarahsalway.com/ – review
27 August: Bubblecow http://www.bubblecow.co.uk/blog/ – interview re: usefulness of tour for authors


Helen Ginger said...

I love the cover and the title. "The Cloths of Heaven" is a catcher.

Straight From Hel

Lauri said...

Gosh Helen alias Speedy Gonzales. I actually accidentally posted when I was still writing and when I went to check how things worked here you were already!It is quite a fun book, I'll have a review on the 4th, your president's birthday.
(Helen in your learned opinion- is president capitalised there? I go with NO am I wrong?)

Miss Footloose said...

Having lived in West Africa for years (Ghana) I can't wait to read this book. I've ordered it. Now I hope it's fun. West African people are lots of fun.

Miss Footloose
(Tales of the Globetrotting Life)

Lauri said...

Unfortunately Miss Footloose it is primarily about the expats living there, but it is quite fun.