BLOG TOUR STOPS FOR VIOLENT DEPARTURES
#11 in the Rocky Bluff P. D. mystery series
Blurb for Violent Departures:
College student, Veronica Randall, disappears from her car in her own driveway, everyone in the Rocky Bluff P.D. is looking for her. Detective Milligan and family move into a house that may be haunted. Officer Butler is assigned to train a new hire and faces several major challenges.
April 1 http://mmgornell.wordpress.com/
What’s Happening with Gordon Butler?
Introduction to the Rocky Bluff P.D. Mystery Series
My Writing Process
April 6 http://marianallen.com/
The Importance of Place
April 8 www.paguthrie.blogspot.com
Where Do My Characters Come From?
What About the Dialogue?
April 10 http://anastasiapollock.blogspot.com
How I Keep Up With my Characters and What’s Happened
April 12 http://lesleyadiehl.com/
After So Many Books, How Do You Get Fresh Ideas?
April 13 http://www.lindathorne.com/blog/
When to Think About Promotion
April 14 www.samwriteaway.blogspot.com
The Good and Bad of Writing a Series
Ghosts and Why I Write About Them
April 16 http://jlgregerblog.blogspot.com/
Reading Reviews of my Books
April 17 http://drusbookmusing.blogspot.com/
Stacey Milligan’s Dilemma
April 18 http://marjamcgraw.blogspot.com/
The Inspiration for Violent Departures
April 19 http://evelyncullet.com/blog/
Who Do I Write For?
April 20 https://bookbrowsing.wordpress.com/
What Makes the Rocky Bluff Mystery Series Unique?
April 21 http://blog.jamesmjackson.com
Because it has been popular on my other blog tours, once again I’m offering the chance for the person who comments on the most blog posts during this tour to have a character named for him or her in the next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery.
Or if that doesn’t appeal, the person may choose one of the earlier books in the series—either a print book or Kindle copy.