As the old saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and so it is for the Summer Reads Blog Tour. Here to wrap things up is our lovely host, Lisa L. Wiedmeier, with a few thoughts on what has been, for me – and hopefully for you, too – a fantastic time.
I keep staring at the calendar to my left, staring at it and wondering where the weeks have gone. Are you doing the same thing? *shakes head* Twelve, almost thirteen glorious weeks of summer have already flown by and in those weeks we’ve had the pleasure of meeting other great authors and hearing a whole lot about what their favorite reads are. When I started planning out this Blog Tour with Sam, we had decided that we wanted to give to you the opportunity to learn about our other author friends, and pass on to you the pleasure of perhaps finding new reads, some off the beaten path, for your enjoyment.
As this Summer Reads Blog Tour winds down, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Did you enjoy finding new reads and meeting new authors? If so, I’d love to know which books you gave a try. I’d also love to know if you’d like a repeat of this Blog Tour next summer? Hit the comment button below and talk to me, I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Oh right, on September 1st I’ll be announcing the winners for the Summer Reads Blog Tour Rafflecopter giveaway! You won’t want to miss out! Keep watching here to find out who the winners are, and FYI, there’s still time to enter! If you comment on this blog post you can gain another entry! Just click in the “make a comment on this blog” button and you’ve done it! You got 4 entries just like that! You can also earn another 3 entries by clicking “+ on Google”! It’s that easy! Can’t wait to see those winners!
Thanks for taking part, and as always, you guys rock!
I’ll be sharing the contest winners as well, so stick around! And if you haven’t yet, please enter! There’s lots of great prizes up for grabs. 🙂
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2 thoughts on “All good things…”
Sounds like you had an amazing summer!
This tour was loads of fun! I hope she’ll run it again next year. 🙂