The virtual launch may be done and dusted, but the celebrations to mark the release of Snowy’s Christmas are still in full swing. Today marks the beginning of our eleven week blog tour. Each Sunday for the next eleven weeks we’ll be visiting a different blog to talk about Snowy, about the writing and illustrating life, about Christmas – in fact about whatever the blog owners ask us to talk about (and perhaps some things they don’t, lol).

To get started, today David and I are both visiting Dee at Deescribe Writing Blog. So hop on over and see us there. And, while you’re there, scroll down to read Dees’ lovely review of the book.

Want more? Well, here’s the schedule for the rest of the tour. And, while we’re not there yet, all of these blogs are wonderful places to visit at any time.

Week One: October 4
Deescribe Writing Blog www.deescribewriting.wordpress.com
Week Two: October 11
Write and Read With Dale http://livejournal.com/users/orangedale/
Week three: October 18
Alphabet Soup Blog www.soupblog.wordpress.com
Week Four: October 25
Let’s Have Words www.letshavewords.blogspot.com
Week Five: November 1
Sally Murphy’s Writing for children Blog http://sallymurphy.blogspot.com/
Week 6 November 8
Aussiereviews Blog http://aussiereviews.blogspot.com/
Week 7 November 15
Samantha Hughes’ Blog http://samantha-hughes.blogspot.com/
Week 8
Robyn Opie’s Writing Children’s Books Blog http://www.robynopie.blogspot.com
Week 9
Stories are Light http://sandyfussell.blogspot.com/
Week 10
The Aussie Christmas Blog https://aussiechristmas.wordpress.com/
Week 11
Tales I Tell http://belka37.blogspot.com

We’ll keep you updated with each new tour stop.

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