Today is the 12th and the final day of the $5 Family Fun Blog Tour. Many thanks to our final blogger Leslie of “Storeybook Reviews” for reviewing the e-book. If you are a self-proclaimed book junkie like she is, I recommend you check out her blog. She reviews a variety on genres.
Not only to Leslie, but as this blog tour comes to a close, thank you to the many bloggers who participated and introduced their followers to $5 Family Fun. I hope everyone enjoys the e-book as much as I enjoyed the two years writing it.
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.
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.
July 10th is National Teddy Bear Picnic Day. Pack a teddy-bear themed lunch and head outside for a whimsical afternoon of fun and frolic.
Today I received an e-mail from my Editor at Cedar Fort Publishing with “Happy Release Day” in the subject line. It’s official – $5 Family Fun is now an e-book!
I began the project in October 2013 so it’s strange to think that my work is now out in the world. It’s available currently online through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books & Things and soon on iBooks.
I’d like to thank the many who have supported me throughout this project!