Catherine Bush

September 19, 2014

Writers’ Blog Tour:

Have you heard of the Writers’ Blog Tour? (Google it, and you’ll see all the various writers on the Tour.)

Each writer tagged to join the Tour posts answers to the same four questions on their blog. They might post answers all at once, or one at a time, whatever suits. They also provide links to Authors on the Writers’ Blog Tour2

I’ve been tagged to join the tour by the wonderful Lauren B. Davis, author of The Empty Room, and Our Daily Bread, among other novels.

I read Lauren’s insightful and forthright answers before beginning to write my own. I like the sense this gives of our answers being in conversation with others.

In turn, I’ll invite two more writers to join the tour, who will each invite two more writers … who will invite two more writers. All the writers will—if possible—post to Facebook and Tweet. (The Twitter hash tag is #writersblogtour.)


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