Friday, 15 October 2010

Get ready for The Crossroads Tour

This Halloween meet 16 YA Paranormal Authors at THE CROSSROADS!
16 Authors, 16 bloggers, 16 days

From October 16-31st, bloggers and authors will meet at a virtual crossroads, sharing their love of the paranormal and things that go bump in the night with readers. Not only will these authors be answering a hell of a lot of questions but there will be lots of contests people and you can win tons of books and swag. Here is a small selection of swag that all the blogs (including Narratively Speaking) will be giving away during the tour...

And on the very last day (31st October, A.K.A. Halloween) we will all be giving away a book. My book will be a copy of the gorgeous looking and highly original Forget-Her-Nots by Amy Brecount White...

NOT ONLY THAT, but each day of The Crossroads Tour,a new research question will be revealed on The Crossroad Blog Tour main page (, and each day the answer to that question will be found within one of the 16 different blog posts by Crossroads Tour authors. Your job is to get the question, read the blog posts, and collect all 16 answers by the end of the tour, on Halloween to win the grand prize.
To find out more about The Crossroads Tour, you can read the official press release here and also get ALL the information about the tour and how it works by clicking here.

So, I will be interviewing an author a day for the next 16 days and they have to answer my questions about their books and their writing as well as a few spooky questions thrown in for good measure. I hope you'll join me each day and I'll pick a random winner from the comments made on all 16 interviews for the swag pack and then there will be a separate post to win the book. I should mention that the contests are international and winners will be chosen at the end of the tour.


  1. Thanks for hosting this tour! It was fun answering all of the bloggers questions. Looking forward to the launch.

  2. I've never even checked to know what Forget Her Nots was about. I thought it was by Sarah Dressen. She gave some good advice about the calendar. I always get lost in my story and have to go back and make a timeline so I can remember when this happened or if I took it out completely. Good interview. I'll be back.