Shifting Weight Book Tour

My new book is out on the virtual shelves and I’d like to share it with you. I’m doing a giveaway but you can also find it at Amazon or eXtasy for $1.99.

Here are all the blogs I’ll be on for the next couple of months:

17-Nov Decadent Delights
24-Nov Parker Williams
1-Dec MM Good Book Reviews
1-Dec Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words
8-Dec Carly’s Book Reviews
8-Dec Molly Lolly
15-Dec Prism Book Alliance
15-Dec Amanda C. Stone
22-Dec Multitasking Mommas
22-Dec Kimi-Chan
22-Dec Hearts on Fire
29-Dec Cate Ashwood
5-Jan Dawn’s Reading Nook
5-Jan BFD Book Blog
12-Jan Book Reviews, Rants, and Raves
12-Jan Love Bytes
19-Jan Inked Rainbow Reads
19-Jan My Fiction Nook
26-Jan Crystal’s Many Reviewers
2-Feb Elisa – My Reviews and Ramblings
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The Hat Party Interview

The Hat Party Interview

Every interview is different. Some of them are strictly about the book, easy to answer. Some of the questions are fun and have nothing to do with the book and those are interesting since I need a moment to think about how to answer.

The Hat Party interview was by far the most creative and took me the longest to return. It was like answering an exam about myself. About me? They’re all hard questions to answer and I don’t think I’m the same person I was even a year ago. Many things influence my view on the world: politics, entertainment, and the M/M book I’ve read this week can all affect me. (Which, by the way, The Backup Boyfriend by River Jaymes had me in tears more than once and Hat Trick by Jeff Adams was better with every turn of the page.)

With each interview, I learn something new about myself. Most are good things and some make me stop and say, huh, that’s really cool, I’ve never thought of it before.

Interview with Jackson Baer

My first interview as an author and I think it was more fun than nerve racking. Besides, writing about myself is easy. A pop quiz about what I like? Piece of cake. The hardest part was the free form question about me in general at the end and meeting the deadline to hand it in.

Jackson had some really fun questions to loosen me up and then hit with two difficult ones: what world leader would I want to meet and what one wish would I have. Those were noggin scratchers for sure.

Meet the Author: Tina Blenke