Don’t stop now – drop by in Week 6!

It’s Week 6 of 24/2 – the week’s are just flying by! Last week I stopped by a couple blogs to answer some questions. One of the blogs, www.brokeinbelfast.com/blogs is hosted by a German woman living in Belfast. We found a few intersting topics to discuss on and off the blog – both of us are foreigners living in Northern Ireland and she was interested to read a story about a German boy who came to live in Ireland. So she gave me a very interesting set of questions to answer. I also had fun at www.historical-fiction.com discussing how I invented Irish placenames for my novel. But now it’s time to move on again and there are more interesting stops this week.

 

 

So please join me as 24/2  my two month Virtual Book Tour, beginning and ending on the 24th (October and December) – continues. I will visit a variety of websites – being reviewed, answering questions and posting guest blogs. Hope you can join me!

 

This weeks tour schedule:

 

 Dec 2 – Book Hookup – Book Review and Excerpt from Hitler and Mars Barshttp://bookhookup.blogspot.com 

Dec 4 – Ascroft, eh? – My Favourite Interview Questions – www.dianneascroft.wordpress.com

Dec 5 – Spunk On A Stick’s Tips – Author Interview – http://circleoffriendsbooks.com

Dec 8 – Diary of an Eccentric – Book Review – http://diaryofaneccentric.blogspot.com

Dec 9 – Diary of an Eccentric – Guest Post: Why I Write Historical Fiction –  http://diaryofaneccentric.blogspot.com

 

And heres where Ill be finishing up but dont forget to check back in between for more dates….

Dec 24 Bay City Rollers Pen Pal Reunion blog – guest post with a Christmas theme – www.myspace.com/bcrpenpalreunion

 

Contact: Dianne Ascroft, author of Hitler and Mars Bars (ISBN: 9781425145910)

Email: dianne_ascroft@yahoo.co.uk

Website: www.geocities.com/dianne_ascroft

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About Dianne Ascroft

I'm a Canadian writer and author, living in Britain. My first novel, 'Hitler and Mars Bars' was released in March 2008. More information abo
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