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TomeTender Giveaway and Great New Review of THE YEAR OF LOVING

TomeTender Giveaway! The wonderful and lively TomeTender Book Blog is hosting a giveaway of 2 eBook copies of THE YEAR OF LOVING! What fun! It ends on November 25. I really enjoy the reviews on TomeTender–they’re very well-written and thoughtful. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that TomeTender gave THE YEAR […]

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Two Excellent Reviews of THE YEAR OF LOVING

Two excellent reviews of THE YEAR OF LOVING Two of my favorite book review blogs posted reviews of THE YEAR OF LOVING, and they were great reviews. Tome Tender Book Blog, whose tag line is “When it comes to books, who needs shelf control”–a sentiment with which I heartily agree–ran […]

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Blood Sky Book Blog Tour

This post lists tour stops for the Blood Sky Book Blog Tour. Bewitching Book Tours Set up a really nice book tour for my forthcoming novel BLOOD SKY. Schedule Blood Sky by Traci L. Slatton August 24- September 21 August 24 Spotlight Booklover Sue http://bookloversue.blogspot.com August 25 Spotlight Zenny’s Awesome […]

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The Never Ending Journey of the Independent Artist, My Latest on the HuffPo

I am an independent artist, married to an independent artist, with friends who are, yes, independent artists. This piece on the Huffington Post reflects what I’ve learned. In part, the article says: What I experienced was that the big traditional publishing companies had gotten mired in the quicksand of conventional […]

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Recent BROKEN Spotlights; Recent Pix

Kindly Jackie Burris, who brims over with a love of animals, recently hosted me on her fabulous blog, HOUSEWIFE BLUES AND CHIHUAHUA STORIES. I’m grateful for the exposure and she posted my guest article about “Writing, Yoga, and Dogs.” Busy, multi-talented Drey of DREY’S LIBRARY hosted a guest post and […]

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Night Owl Reviews selects BROKEN as a “Top Pick”

Reviewer HC Harju wrote a splendid review for Broken, and I could really tell that she had an emotional response to this novel: Broken is a wonderfully written emotional rollercoaster. It coaxed and sometimes dragged me through a wide range of feelings within a few pages. One minute I was […]

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Writing Eros in BROKEN

[This short article originally appeared on If These Books Could Talk Blog. ] I’ve been married with children for my entire adult life, so, technically, I don’t know anything about sex. (Or, perhaps, birth control….) It’s true, I’ve had two different husbands, but I think it’s fair to say that […]

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Interview on Karen’s Book Blog

Lovely Karen Banes, an editor and author herself, hosted me on her blog. She sent a list of thoughtful interview questions that I really appreciated. Here are two of them: KB: Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp? TS: The belief in an external, […]

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BROKEN Blog Tour starts today!

Whirlwind Book Tours put together a blog tour for BROKEN, and today is the launch. I’m excited! Today an excerpt from BROKEN appeared on two blogs, The Pen and Muse and Cajun Book Lover. Here’s the whole schedule: Sept 18th Cajun Book Lover – Excerpt The Pen Muse – Excerpt […]

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BROKEN and a Guest Post on THE READING CAFE

I am so fortunate to have become acquainted with some of the most generous-spirited book review bloggers going. Sandy at THE READING CAFE is one of those smart, kind, thoughtful people. She accepted BROKEN for review and asked me to write a guest post, and then she sent the review […]

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Insightful Review of BROKEN on Tynga’s Reviews

Stéphanie Leroux of Tynga’s Reviews wrote a thoughtful, fantastic review of Broken. Clearly she grappled with the story–she took it on and chewed it over and entered into a dialogue with it. I love those kinds of reviews. I love those kinds of readers. I took many risks with this […]

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Traci L. Slatton is the international bestselling author of historical, paranormal, and romantic novels.