Blog Tour – Day 6

Welcome to the final day of the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher. For our last day, Robbie has written one final poem to introduce the four brilliant bloggers who mark the end of this exciting tour! Robbie's Poem: Today wraps up the blog tour and I'm sad to see the end. Shalini is … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 6

Blog Tour – Day 5

Welcome to Day 5 of the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher by Robbie Yates! Today, Robbie has written us a limerick! Robbie's Poem: Three bloggers took time out to write (Maya, Nina, and Amber—all bright) Reviewing this book So go take a look At each woman's wonderful* site! (*They really are wonderful... I … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 5

Blog Tour – Still with Robbie Yates

I have Robbie with yet for one more conversation, this time to listen to his heart speak. 1. Do you plan to write a book for teenagers? A novel of 300 odd pages? The Day I Ate My Teacher has a bit more absurd humor that will appeal to pre-teens and early teens, and The … Continue reading Blog Tour – Still with Robbie Yates

Blog Tour – Day 4

Another day on the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher - which means another of Robbie's witty poems: Robbie's Poem: My goodness! It's Day Four, and boy what fun this tour has been. Today there will be four new posts, and I, for one, am keen! The thoughtful, blissful Lili, whose blog posts are … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 4

Blog Tour – In Conversation with Robbie Yates

Welcome to my blog again. An honor to have you. It's an honor to be back! 1. Robbie, we know poems make you tick and you are a children's author. A good one at that. Tell me how do you get ideas for a book? Great question. Lots of my ideas come to me when … Continue reading Blog Tour – In Conversation with Robbie Yates

Blog Tour – Day 3

The Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher is well underway, so here is another of Robbie Yates's signature poems to introduce today's bloggers: Robbie's Poem: The tour today commences at The Book Decoder's site The Vagabond will also post; this makes my heart feel light. For bloggers reading indie works have hearts made out … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 3

Blog Tour – Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher by Robbie Yates! Today Robbie has written us another one of his signature poems to introduce the stops on the blog tour! Robbie's Poem: Another day, another set of bloggers who took time To read and write reviews (and so I thank … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 2

Blog Tour – Day 1

Welcome to Day 1 of the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher by Robbie Yates! To introduce each day of the tour, Robbie has penned a short poem. Be sure to check out each stop on the blog tour for some wonderful reviews! Robbie's Poem: Thank you all and welcome to this tour of … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 1

Author Interview – Drea Damara @DreaDamara

I had the opportunity to get Drea on my blog to ask her a few questions and get to know her and her visions for Blinney Lane Digital Reads Blog Tours presents Drea Damara 1) Tell me something about yourself I grew up in a rural community in Illinois, working on my family's farm. I … Continue reading Author Interview – Drea Damara @DreaDamara

Blog Tour – Still in conversation with Steve Moretti

I am still talking...err grilling Author Steve Moretti Digital Reads Blog Tours presents Steve Moretti 1. Your most difficult scene to write in the book? Hmm, good question! There are quite a few that got re-written based on comments from early readers. Most didn’t like Adeena’s present-day boyfriend Philippe in early drafts. I made quite … Continue reading Blog Tour – Still in conversation with Steve Moretti

Blog Tour – In Servitude by Heleen Kist @hkist #authorinterview

Ooooh... I couldn't resist grilling one of my favorite authors who is so close to my heart. I was honored by the love and trust she bestowed upon me. So I decided to pay it back by asking her questions and more questions, all different ones Digital Reads Blog Tours presents Heleen Kist as she … Continue reading Blog Tour – In Servitude by Heleen Kist @hkist #authorinterview