Welcome to Day 1 of the “Scribbling Women” Blog Tour. Marthe Jocelyn and all of the bloggers have been working very hard towards this week. So we are pretty excited that this week has finally arrived! We’ve gotten some early buzz to start off the last week of Women’s History Month:
- Erin at Erin Thomas (She’s also posting on Wednesday!)
- Margo at Kidlit Celebrates Women’s History Month
Today, make sure to visit our tour stop hostesses:
- Jennifer at Literary Endeavors
- Karin at ManicDDaily
- Susanna at SusieBookworm
- Laura at The Book Tree
- Jodi at Words by Webb
- Roberta at Wrapped In Foil
You can also follow @TundraBooks, @scissorhouse, and the bloggers on twitter! We will be using the hashtag #ScribblingWomen
Not only do we have a blog tour, we are also running a contest! Let’s just say that the is prize quite amazing!
The prize: A collection of Marthe Jocelyn books – for the very young to young adults! That’s 28 books!
What do you have to do to enter? Follow the blog tour and leave a comment on any of the participating blogs, but it must be on their “Scribbling Women” blog tour posts. So, don’t leave a comment here, go visit their posts! We will be updating the links daily to make it easier for you to follow the blog tour and enter the giveaway.
Details: Here’s the best part, you can leave a comment on ALL of the blogs and that will count as 31 entries! Spamming doesn’t count, so one thoughtful comment per blog please.
Dates: Contest starts on Monday, March 28, 2011 and closes on Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 11:49pm EST. One winner will be randomly selected and announced on Monday, April 11, 2011 to receive the prize.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s tour stops!
4 Replies to ““Scribbling Women” Blog Tour: Day 1”
Your enthusiasm is infectious. I’ll be sure to visit some of the blogs even though I don’t technically qualify.
Oooh this is exciting! Some great posts today guys!
OOPS! Missed Monday! I’ll have to start with Tuesday.
I’ve been to all the stops so far and loving it. I really should be reading so I can get ready for Friday.
If author Yann Martel were still doing his project of sending books to Prime Minister Harper, I’d be writing him to suggest this book.