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Flying through Clouds Blog Tour

Michelle Morgan - Thursday, March 09, 2017


To celebrate the launch of my new novel, Flying through Clouds, I'm having a Blog Tour with guest posts on these blogs:

Day 1 - Mon 3 April - Sandy Fussell

http://www.sandyfussell.com/blog/

5 things I learnt when I was doing my research

Day 2 - Tues 4 April - Di Bates http://www.diannedibates.blogspot.com.au

5 Marketing Strategies for Self-Publishing Authors

Day 3 - Wed 5 April - Clancy Tucker http://clancytucker.blogspot.com.au

My Inspiration for Writing Flying through Clouds

Day 4 - Thurs 6 April - Sally Odgers http://promotemeplease.blogspot.com.au

My Writing Process

Day 5 - Fri 7 April - Romi Sharp http://www.justkidslit.com

Highlights and Challenges of Writing YA Novels

Day 6 - Sat 8 April - Elaine Ouston http://elaineoustonauthor.com/

5 things I’ve learnt about writing historical novels for young adults

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