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Sunday, September 7, 2008

This week's blog tour

This week I'll be at:
Sept. 8- Blogcritics (interview) http://blogcritics.org/archives/2008/09/04/165416.php
The Plot (book spotlight) http://theplotline.wordpress.com/
Review Your Book (book review) http://www.reviewyourbook.com/review.cfm?reviewid=893
The Dark Phantom Review (interview) http://thedarkphantom.wordpress.com/2008/09/07/interview-with-cw-gortner-author-of-the-last-queen/#comment-3000
Tea at Trianon (interview and review)
http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2008/09/last-queen.html
http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2008/09/interview-with-cw-gortner.html

Sept. 9 – The Plot (character interview) http://theplotline.wordpress.com/
Page 69 (this is fun!) http://page69test.blogspot.com/2008/09/last-queen.html

Sept. 10 – Bookfoolery (book review) http://bookfoolery.blogspot.com/
Author Virtual Book Tours (interview) http://www.authorvbt.blogspot.com/

Sept. 11 – The Tome Traveller’s Weblog (book review) http://thetometraveller.blogspot.com/
If Books Could Talk (book trailer spotlight) http://www.bookvideos.wordpress.com/

Sept. 12 – Lesa’s Book Critiques (book review) http://www.lesasbookcritiques.blogspot.com/
Fiction Scribe (interview) http://www.fictionscribe.com/

6 comments:

Justin Aucoin said...

Loved the interview you had on The Dark Phantom. An interesting set of questions and I enjoyed your responses. Very inspiring. I feel like my muse is similar-- stokes you up and then takes a vacation when you need her the most. :-)

Hope all is well.

C.W. Gortner said...

Yes, she's a flirt, isn't she? The muse, I mean :) I liked the Dark Phantom interview too; I felt it took a different angle. No complaints but it's hard to make the answer to "What inspired you to write this book?" orginal after you've replied to it 50 times.

My copy of Fool's Gold just arrived, and I'm hoping to get some time in this month to read it. I'm currently reading C.C. Humphreys' "Vlad: The Last Confession" for review; it's the story of the historical Dracula, not the vampire. So far, it's intense and atmospheric. I'll blog more about it once I've finished and will hopefully get the author to visit us here at the blog.

Hope you're well, too.

Justin Aucoin said...

Ha, I bet. Glad to see the book is getting some publicity. I'm about half-way through it and really am enjoying it so far. There's a lot more political intrigue than I was expecting... I like that. :-)

I loved "King's Gold." It might be my favorite book, thus far, in the Alatriste series. Let me know what you think.

And I'm well. Gearing up for my show in a couple of weeks (busy, busy, busy). Also sent a short-story off to a magazine, so Ihave my fingers crossed with that.

C.W. Gortner said...

Glad to hear you're liking it!

I can't wait to read "Fool's Gold." I'm really liking "Vlad", though, so I don't feel as deprived as I would if I were reading a so-so ARC for review.

What show? And good luck with the short story. Keep me posted!

Justin Aucoin said...

The 2008 Salem Pirate Faire up in Salem, MA. It's like a renaissance festival but with pirates. I'm playing the role of Murphy, pirate under the command of Captain Hook. So I have to play a cartoony pirate, do a lot of interaction (in character) with patrons and get to play some sea shanties/drinking songs on the guitar. It'll be a good time.

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