Day 5 of the $5 Family Fun Blog Tour was a very kind review from the blog “Literary Time Out“. It sounds like the blog’s author Andrea Frisby totally gets why I started this writing project to begin with.
If you’re a book lover, her blog would definitely be a great source for new release reviews.
If you’re a fan of popular genealogy-themed TV shows such as “Who Do You Think You Are?” and “Genealogy Roadshow”, make sure to check back tomorrow for Day 6 of the $5 Family Fun Blog Tour.
Today’s stop is extra special for me. My birth bestie Kerri Jackson Case, Author & Blogger of “Drink, Sleep & Be Kerri” is day 4 of the $5 Family Fun blog tour. She is an insightful, beautiful writer and I’m honored that she’s a part the tour.
Friends since birth, Kerri incorporated pictures from the past & a history of our friendship in her post. In honor of TBT, I thought it would be fun to incorporate some of my own blasts from the past pics.
Please check out her blog and like her on Facebook for some smart & sassy Southern storytelling.
Today’s stop on $5 Family Fun’s blog tour is twice as nice. Not one but two bloggers! I’m excited to have Shelli Proffitt Howells, Writer review my e-book & Sydney Anderson of the blog “Singing Librarian Books” provide a blog tour spotlight.
Thank you to the blog “The Gifted Gabber” for being the stop on day 2 of the $5 Family Fun blog tour.
Blogger Amy Gramlich reviewed the e-book and posted the Gold Medal Cookies food craft project in honor of the upcoming games in Rio.
Thank you to the blog “My Book A Day” for being the first stop on the $5 Family Fun blog tour.
Check out the blogger’s (Cathy Jeppsen) book review and a post of one of the $5 Family Fun projects, Once Upon a Time, for some storybook fun with your kiddos.
I’m excited to announce the “$5 Family Fun” (Cedar Fort Publishing & Media) blog tour, scheduled for August 1-14, 2016.
If you are a blogger interested in participating in this blog tour, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the book:
$5 Family Fun: 50 Craft Activities That Won’t Break Your Budget – Doing fun activities with the family gets expensive, but now you can make, bake, and do incredibly fun things with your young family for under $5. Using dollar store finds, free local services, generic bands, and common household items, you can make every day an adventure. Gather your whole family together for inexpensive family fun activities and memories that last forever.
“$5 Family Fun” Blog Tour schedule:
August 1: My Book A Day
August 2: The Gifted Gabber
August 3: Shelli Proffitt Howells & Singing Librarian Books
August 4: Drink, Sleep & Be Kerri
August 5: Literary Time Out
August 6: Life in the Past Lane
August 9: An Awesome Amazing Life
August 12: Storeybook Reviews
More Blog Tour stops to be announced…
I’m happy to announce the e-Book $5 Family Fun is finally available on iBooks!
Still available also online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Books & Things.