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Thursday, September 27th, 2012
food and a call for help

I’ve spent a bunch of time today setting up promotional events (blog tours stuff mostly) and some interviews, and my Shindig event, which is going to me doing a reading online for all of you and whoever wants to attend (the more the merrier) and answering questions. I’m still working on gathering more dates and more events, so if you or anyone you know want to host me on a blog or other place, if you have ideas for where I might do something, or again, if you want to do a review, let me know.

BTW, I’m going to start asking for reviews now on Amazon and BN. The more the better–good, bad, or indifferent. The reason why has to do with the way the sites promote books. They push those with more reviews and ratings. So I’m asking, begging, trawling, etc. And not just the new one, the old ones too.

I made a blueberry-peach pie today. Haven’t tried it yet. It’s recent out of the oven. Made a creamy potato soup, also, at the behest of my son. Very tasty. Yum. You should have been here.

I’m going to also ask here for blog topics. I’m going to be doing some guest blogging, and I’d like some topics to work off of. Whether they have to do with books, Spock, Waxing a dog’s legs (which I haven’t done nor would I, but anyhow), or something else. Clearly I need some help. Please . . . help.

3 comments to “food and a call for help”

  1. Linaka
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     · October 5th, 2012 at 3:47 pm · Link

    I’d say a food topic. You seem to enjoy cooking, so it’d be a great opportunity to get new recipes 🙂
    And you could give us recipes that appear in your books !



    • Di Francis
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       · October 7th, 2012 at 7:56 pm · Link

      I don’t exactly do a lot of recipes, though Magpie does do some things . . . . Maybe I should be trying to create some. Good idea!



      • Linaka
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         · October 20th, 2012 at 4:35 pm · Link

        I was actually thinking about Magpie, yes – you get so hungry sometimes reading a book that it’s great to be able to cook what you read immediately after. They don’t have to be awesome or extremely sophisticated recipes – tacos would be cool, for ex.



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