Where There’s a Wolf, There’s a Way!

January 30, 2010 at 2:43 pm (General) (, , , , , , , , , , , )


Last Friday was the start of a 5-week whirlwind blog tour for the new release of Legend of the White Wolf, and fans have been writing to say it’s at B&N already!!!

What with working full time, editing 3 books in the final stages of production, doing lessons for Conflict! Conflict! Conflict! and getting ready for the next class starting on Monday, and getting the stomach flu (which was not on my tightly programmed schedule–what was the bug thinking???!!!), it’s been a rush!

But if you’d like to drop by and comment on these various blogs/interviews, you’ll have a chance to win a book, or in some cases there are 2 being given away!

Here, I’m talking about cads or dads with Mason at Thoughts in Progress, but remember, you can have both…if you want to take a chance on the wild side!
http://masoncanyon.blogspot.com/2010/01/guest-blogger-terry-spear.htm

And here with Greta at I Don’t Want to Wait, I Want the Book Now, where the discussion is about Werewolves, Bigfoot, and Hunters, Oh My! I talk about one of the scenes in the book–first meeting of the hero and heroine when she’s given his room key by accident and how this came to me from my own experiences, minus the hunky guy, unfortunately!
http://idonotwanttowaitiwantthebooknow.wordpress.com/2010/01/29/werewolves-and-bigfoot-and-hunters-oh-my-with-terry-spear/#comment-6280

Susan at Love Romance Passion interviewed me and asked me all kinds of thought-provoking questions, which meant she asked me a lot of hard questions!🙂 And I loved it, so stop by and see what she had to say.

http://www.loveromancepassion.com/get-into-bed-with-terry-spear-an-author-interview/

At Literary Escapism, I talked about–literary escapism! Hey, after trying to come up with so many different and unusual blog post ideas, my brain grasps whatever is out there!🙂
http://www.literaryescapism.com/7408/guest-author-terry-spear-2/comment-page-1#comment-18416

And this was fun, a different kind of blog–a tarot reading for Cameron MacPherson from Legend of the White Wolf. When Arwen told me that Cameron faltered between being an assassin and a priest, that had me worried. Would he still be considered heroic? Very interesting way to do an in depth other kind of study of character!
http://tarotbyarwen.com/blog/?p=2227

All these contests are ongoing through next week, for at least a few days! Next Saturday, I’ll post this week’s upcoming links. Although I try to give a daily heads up here:
http://terry-spear.blogspot.com/

I’m also at Fuzzy Pink Slippers Writers, and have had a blast with the ladies there, talking about how crazy it gets when trying to do too many things at once. Do you ever forget your characters’ names or how they’re spelled? Or which book they’re in??? Nicole is nodding vigorously here, but not about her own writing—about mine as she’s critiquing it!!! Thanks, Nicole, for keeping me straight on names!

http://pinkfuzzyslipperwriters.blogspot.com/2010/01/terry-spear-visits-today.html

I’m off to work on a hundred things this weekend, but if you have a moment and want to check out the blogs, say hi, have a chance at winning a book, and many of these blogs are all too happy to host author’s interviews or guest blogs, so check them out!

Have a super Saturday!!!

Terry
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male.”
http://www.terryspear.com

3 Comments

  1. Beth C. said,

    Hey Terry, I stopped by a few of them. You are one busy woman. I hope you enjoy the weekend. I’m currently snowed in with kids so we are having some fun and some issues with them going stir crazy. Sometimes they are outside and sometimes they have to be inside because the sleet is coming down too hard.

  2. terryspear said,

    Thanks for dropping by, Beth! I always appreciate it and if the moon is just right, you’ll win too!!! My daughter and her boyfriend are coming over later and we’re going to share pizzas and watch The Accidental Husband. She wanted to know how a husband can be accidental. LOL Anyway, hope you stay warm inside and the kids don’t go too crazy on you! It’s freezing here, but sunny. I’m trying to get as much done as I can before they arrive…have a whole stack of books on Scotland and castles to go through so I can find just the perfect place and castle for Taming the Highland Wolf.🙂

  3. Cathy D said,

    Good luck on the castles. I was over there about 7 years ago for 2 weeks. I took a car and visited 50 castles and cairns in 2 weeks. It was mid Oct and it was beautiful. Warmest weather they had had that time of year in forever,60 degrees and very little rain. I got over 600 pictures and still have not properly albumized them all. I went up the West coast and spent some small time on the east, need another 2 years to see everything I want! Didn’t make it to the Highland, not a good time of year to do that. My dream for another day.

    Went to a few of your blogging’s and have to laugh. I was at a conference last weekend and was up at 4am. By the time I hit the pillow at 10pm I was dead to the world. The maid came in (I didn’t do the security thing either) at 8am and scared me near to death! No not a hunk or even the wake up call I would have liked. I’m usually around by 6 or 7am so after my heart stopped running away I told her I’d let her know when I left and used the dead bolt. Ah.. lesson learned.

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