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Monday, February 28, 2011

Virtual Book Tour

Tomorrow - March 1 - Melissa McClone will be here on her book tour.   Stop by and meet the author 
and find out about her latest book.  Melissa will be giving away a $20 Amazon.com gift certificate 
to one randomly drawn commenter. 

11 comments:

Margie said...

I stopped by Melissa's website and found it interesting. Thanks for the giveaway.
mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

LV said...

Nice. Looking forward to tomorrow.

B.J. said...

Cant wait,thanks so much (chucosbabygirl(at)yahoo(dot)com)

aludra said...

Enjoying the blog, will continue to follow you! Thanks for the giveaway!


kcsomerton(at)gmail(dot)com

spacebarshift said...

Does this count as a comment? The backdrop is nice.

Altrotiroaltroregalo said...

Good morning from Italy :)
Melissa, you talked about an amazing travel.
I never did a travel like these, only a 7/10 days travel; however, I perfectly agree with you: the real essence of the travel, more than the places you visit, is people you meet and people which share this nice experience with you.

Thanks for the chance in this giveaway.

PS: Siena is written with only one "s" ;)


Cheers.

Eva.

evabernini[at]yahoo[dot]it

Ryshia Kennie said...

Margie/LV/B.J. - I think it will be fun. Already Melissa's stop is off to a good start.
Aludra - I'm so glad you found me and are sticking around. And you're welcome!
Spacebarshift/Altro... - Comments count on today's post with Melissa. Head on over to today's post and comment there and you're in!

Melissa McClone said...

Thanks for stopping by Margie, LV, B.J., aludra, spacebarshift, Altrotiroaltroregalo!

Sorry for the typos. I asked my hubby to read it for me, but I should have done a final reread :-)

Anne said...

Hi, Melissa-

I did the same thing when I was 21, but I took along my 11 year old sister and 13 year old brother. My parents got a lot of flak for that, but they knew what their kids were capable of (we, too, had the emergency credit card).

Aside from a few tense moments between us and a few problems (hurt back, left kid's backpack on bus (luckily empty), we had a great time. We probably should have slowed down a little bit too, but who knew if we'd have the opportunity again (we have, but separately).

I'd recommend the backpack/eurail pass way of traveling for anyone, even older folks, and we met some.

acm05atjuno.com

hotcha12 said...

HI MELISSA! SQQQUUEE! ANOTHER NEW AUTHOR TO READ! CONGRATS ON YOUR NEW BOOK AND I HOPE TO READ IT.

Melissa McClone said...

Anne - wow! That's great you got to take your siblings. Fun, but I could see some stress given some of the things we ran into. But what memories you all must have! Loved the way the eurail pass worked. Definitely the way to go!

hotcha12 - Thanks so much. Glad you stopped by!