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Feb Blog Tour for THE LOVE OF MY (OTHER) LIFE

My uber-wonderful PR lady Sarah has been rockin’ and rollin’ on a Feb blog tour for my new novella, THE LOVE OF MY (OTHER) LIFE.

Here are the dates and blogs:

2/1: CHICK LIT PLUS (chicklitplus.com) for BOOK REVIEW
2/2: MY FICTION NOOK (http://myfictionnook.com) – for GUEST POST  + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/3: THE BOOKMARK BLOG (http://www.mybookmarkblog.com/) for BOOK REVIEW
+ E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/4: SIMPSON’S PARADOX (http://simpsonsparadox.com) for BOOK REVIEW + EBOOK
GIVEAWAY
2/5: OPEN
2/6: OPEN
2/7: OPEN
2/8: OPEN
2/9: OPEN
2/10: TIFFANY TALKS BOOKS (http://tiffanytalksbooks.com/) for BOOK REVIEW+ GUEST
POST + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/11: SALACIOUS READS (http://www.salaciousreads.com/) for AUTHOR INTERVIEW + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/12: TALK SUPE (http://www.talkingsupe.com/) for BOOK REVIEW + AUTHOR
INTERVIEW + GUEST POST + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/13: MY SECRET ROMANCE BOOK REVIEWS
(http://www.mysecretromancebookreviews.com/) for BOOK REVIEW + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/14: BOOK NERD ASH (http://booknerdash.blogspot.com) for BOOK REVIEW +
GUEST POST + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/15: OPEN
2/16: NIGHTSTAND NOVELS (http://nightstandnovels.com/) for BOOK REVIEW +
AUTHOR INTERVIEW + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/17: LIVE READ BREATHE (http://livereadbreathe.blogspot.com) for BOOK REVIEW +
GUEST POST + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/18: LILY’S REVIEWS (http://lilysreviews.xanga.com/) for BOOK REVIEW + GUEST
POST + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/19: THE WINDY PAGES (http://www.thewindypages.com/) for BOOK REVIEW + EBOOK
GIVEAWAY
2/20: BOOK TO BOOK REVIEWS (http://booktobookreviews.blogspot.co.uk/) for
BOOK REVIEW + E-BOOK GIVEAWAY
2/21: OPEN
2/22: OPEN
2/23: OPEN
2/24: OPEN
2/25: OPEN
2/26: OPEN
2/27: OPEN
2/28: OPEN
2/29: OPEN

How fun is this blog tour, with all these lively blogs?! I can’t wait!

For any bloggers who might like to book an open day, here’s the link to a google doc to fill out online.

The latest offering from critically acclaimed author and Yale and Columbia graduate Traci L. Slatton, The Love Of My (Other) Life follows the beguiling and uncompromising Tessa Barnum, a 30-something would-be painter struggling to find her rightful place in the city that never sleeps: the ever-bustling, always-magical backdrop of New York City. Frustrated by a world that champions meaningless post-modernism and money over truth, beauty and transcendence, Tessa is about to be evicted, too insecure in her own talent to let her Turner-esque landscapes leave her closet, and emotionally exhausted by a recent divorce. When she is suddenly faced with Brian Tennyson behind every corner – a disheveled yet devilishly handsome man who, out of virtually nowhere, claims to not only be a Yale physics professor who has uncovered a gap in the time-space continuum, but also her husband in an alternate universe (!) – Tessa finds herself on a rollercoaster ride the likes of which she never in her wildest dreams imagined she would have to be prepared for. A touching and immersive portrait of a young woman reconciling her passions, convictions and realities with an impossible love story unfolding around her, The Love Of My (Other) Life is a surprising, funny and engrossing addition to any romance lover’s bookshelf, digital or otherwise.

And a few comments from the latest bright and engaging Goodreads review:
This book is nerdy and artsy and quirky and funny and endearing….
 
Tessa is a big-hearted artist with some personal demons and a single digit checking account. Brian is a genius physicist from a parallel universe – of course she thinks he’s a crazy homeless man, albeit one with a certain appeal. Their series of interactions is madcap and harebrained, yet delightful.
 

But even in the throes of despair, grief and pain, they are vibrant and full of life. The end is wonderful and gives the whole story a soulfulness that it totally earned….”

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