Blog Tour – Featuring My Mystery Series

Hey all, I’d like to take a moment to promote myself :)  I am in a blog tour from December 5th through the 16th.  This is a great opportunity to check out my Reed Ferguson mystery series (great crime fiction with a dose of film noir), and learn a bit about how I wrote my supernatural thriller (some would say horror book) Nephilim Genesis of Evil.  Writing mystery novels is hard word, but promoting your books is even harder.  I would greatly appreciate your help in letting your followers know about this tour.  There are opportunities for free books and a chance to read some great interviews.

The Blog Tour Schedule

December 5: It’s Raining Books
December 6: Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews
December 7: Books Read ‘N’ Makeup Done
December 8: The Character Connection
December 9: Adventure Into Romance
December 12: Lindsay’s Scribblings
December 12: (2nd stop) Long and Short Reviews Guest
December 13: The Plot Thickens
December 15: REVIEW ONLY: Reviews By Molly
December 16: Kathryn Lively – Award Winning Mystery Author

I’ll be stopping by each one to interact with everyone. Check out some great sites where you’ll get a chance to learn a bit more about me, and of course, about the Reed Ferguson mystery series.

I hope you’ll stop by!

REMINDER – contest for a FREE KINDLE – and I decided to throw in some free books!  Mystery novels, great crime fiction, and horror books – how can you miss this?  Visit for all the details.

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4 Responses to Blog Tour – Featuring My Mystery Series

  1. I suggest adding a “google+” button for the blog!

  2. I missed your December tour.

    What a great idea.

    And, your books sound good, too.

    Where was your picture on the website taken? I’m looking for someone who lives in Montana. That you?

    Jerol Anderson
    Mystery Author

    • Renée Pawlish says:

      Whoops, that was an old post that got reblogged. I haven’t done a blog tour since then as I personally don’t think they have much value anymore.
      That picture was taken in Colorado. Best of luck to you with your writing.

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