|Posted by mandybaggot on May 4, 2012 at 4:15 AM|
Morning everyone! I bring this blog to you together with the letters 'A' for Advil if you're in the US and 'I' for Ibuprofen if you're in the UK. Far too much beer and wine was consumed at the #TCparty yesterday for the launch of my new book Taking Charge.
Thank you so much to the team at Sapphire Star Publishing - Katie and Amy L and all my gorgeous fellow authors who tweeted and Facebooked and passed around virtual drinks! You're amazing people to be working with and I really appreciate all your support.
A big thank you to all my fellow authors and associate readers at Loveahappyending! You were brilliant yesterday tweeting and retweeting everything that moved and sharing precious space on your websites for little old me! Lady B has her fingers at the ready to support you all in your launches etc. just say the word!
And thank you TEAM BAGGOT - you know who you are! As always you were amazing in helping spread the word about Taking Charge! Love you guys so much!
I also want to thank all the lovely new friends I've met on Twitter just recently - just to mention a few @katiemettner, @uktreasuretrove @misskittyroads @tobi_helton - fantastic fun people who have made me laugh the last couple of weeks and been so supportive!
Right, Oscar worthy speech finished! Time to carry on with the fun! So, launch day maybe over but there are millions of readers who might be missing out on their copy of Taking Charge (which has several GREAT reviews out there already). Today Sharon Goodwin is hosting me over at Jera's Jamboree http://jerasjamboree.wordpress.com/ and she has an e-book copy of Taking Charge to giveaway! How fantastic is that! Get on over there!
Also, watch out for a giveaway from me next week - it won't be a book, it's something a little more personal I think you might like!
Tomorrow I will be travelling to Oxfordshire to visit Waterstones Witney! So if you don't already have your SIGNED paperback copy of Strings Attached then get in store from 11am-4pm tomorrow and I will be there bright eyed and bushy tailed - well kind of!