Virtual Book Tour for "Taconi and Claude - Double Trouble"


All this week,
the National Writers for Children Center
is hosting a Virtual Book Tour for my mid-grade adventure,

Taconi and Claude - Double Trouble.

 

NWCC
offers a terrific way of putting your book and your name

out there into the realm if the buying public.

***************

 

M.E. Finke’s 6-day Virtual Book Tour
osted by the National Writing for Children Center
kicks off Monday, March 21

 

Children’s author M.E. Finke is being showcased the entire month of March at the National Writing for Children Center. Part of this showcase includes a 6-day virtual book tour. Join Suzanne Lieurance, founder and director of the National Writing for Children Center, and the virtual book tour hosts as they welcome M.E. Finke for her exclusive tour that starts Monday, March 21.

 

Margot Finke is an Aussie who writes mid grade adventure fiction, ghost mysteries, and rhyming picture books. For many years she has lived in Oregon with her husband and family. She began serious writing the day her youngest left for college. This late start drives her writing, and pushes her to work at it every day. Margot says, “I really envy those who began young, and managed to slip into writing mode between diaper changes, household disasters, and outside jobs. You are my heroes!” Gardening, travel, and reading fill in the cracks between her writing. Her husband, Alan, is supportive, and their three children are now grown and doing well out on their own.

 

Margot’s series of 6 rhyming picture books, available as downloads or on CD, are fun and educational. They bring kids closer to cool critters from the US and Australia. See Excerpts, illustrations, and great reviews on her BOOKS page, along with how to BUY. All autographed copies of her books on CD come with a Qlippit link that lets you hear Margot reading that book at www.margotfinke.com.

 

Intrigued?
Want to learn more about Finke? Follow along on her virtual book tour.


Here's the schedule:

 

Monday, March 21 - “Meet the Author” - Host: Irene Roth – http://rothsinspiringbooksandproducts.wordpress.com/   

 

Tuesday, March 22 -  “The Writer’s Life” - Host: Donna McDine – http://donna-mcdine.blogspot.com/

 

Wednesday, March 23 - “Tradebook Tips for Teachers” - Host: Nicole Weaver – http://melangeofcultures.wordpress.com/

 

Thursday, March 24 - “Writing Tips - Host: Mayra Calvani - http://www.mayrassecretbookcase.blogspot.com/

 

Friday, March 25 - “On the Go” - Host: Nancy I. Sanders – http://nancyisanders.wordpress.com/     

 

Saturday, March 26 -  “Become a Facebook Fan” - Host: Terri Forehand – <span>http://terri-forehand.blogspot.com/ </span>

 

Thank you for your interest, we look forward to your visit.

 

Authors interested in being showcased at the National Writing for Children Center can download an application <span>www.writingforchildrencenter.com </span>or email Suzanne Lieurance for more information at <span>bookbitesforkids@yahoo.com</span>.

 

Books for Kids - Manuscript Critiques
Margot's Magic Carpet -  all 11 books on one page.

 

 

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Comment by Margot Finke on March 23, 2011 at 4:50pm

Reanaclaire, thanks for the comment. Let me know if you enjoy "Taconi and Claude."
I was raised in Australia and writing it was a labor of love.

 

Margot's Magic Carpet - all 11 of my books on one page
http://perfectmagiccarpet.blogspot.com

Comment by Reanaclaire on March 23, 2011 at 2:24am
I am an avid reader too.. thanks for the information.

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