Friday, February 26, 2016

Piper Morgan to the Rescue Cover Reveal: Day Five

It's the final day of my super-exciting cover reveal. You guys have been so amazing! The support out here just reminds me what a strong blogging community we have here. (Thanks, Alex Cavanaugh, for helping us all find each other!) 



Here are my final day guest posts. Be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom...it ends Sunday.

What do you do when you want a write a novel, but you're all out of ideas? I'm sharing tips over at Cathrina Constantine's blog.

Working important issues into your novel can be tricky, especially if you want to keep things entertaining. I have some thoughts on how to do this in my post on Megan Whitson Lee's blog.



Elizabeth Seckman and I are having a virtual couch potato sit-in. Come join us...and bring a bag of chips and something to drink!

Check out Kelly Hashway's blog today. She's showing off my cover.

Sharon Himsl is joining in the fun, too. Check out my cover over on her lovely blog.

Don't forget to enter my giveaway. You can enter every day through Sunday.


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28 comments:

  1. Thanks, Stephanie! Glad you've made so many friends through the IWSG and Challenge.
    Off to visit!

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    1. I think I've thanked you about 70 times by now for putting this great community together!

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  2. I'm jumping over to Elizabeth's to be a couch potato!!! I love chips!!! :D

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    1. She hasn't gone live yet...please check later today, though! Not everyone posts at the crack of dawn like I do, I guess. :-)

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  3. I've enjoyed all your guest posts. Thanks again for yours on my blog.

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    1. Thank you, Jamie. It's been a blast!

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  4. Oh yes, I love my computer because my blogging friends live in it! Have a great weekend!

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    1. The funny thing about that was that when I did an image search for "blogging friends," that's the second image that came up...and it looked familiar. I checked the source and it was MY blog!

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  5. Great meme and so very true, I love so many people I have met. Now to check out all those blogs.

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  6. You have a great support group of friends Stephanie and I count myself lucky to have found you in my computer. You're always there when I go look for you. I think I love my computer because I can find my friends there.
    Good luck with your new book.
    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. I spend way too much time on my computer, I know.

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  7. Excited to share your cover today. :)

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    1. Thank you, Kelly! It's been so much fun.

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  8. You've had a most exciting week.

    Have an even better weekend. ☺

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    1. Exciting, exhausting...all of those. Although writing all those guest posts last week was even more tiring. I had more work from clients last week, though, so it was all piled on top of that.

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  9. I love this community! It's great to host you today! I'm hoping for lots of success for Piper Morgan to the Rescue!

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    1. We're all here for each other. That's the great thing!

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  10. great tips on novel ideas from Cathrina's links!

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  11. Love the graphics on this post because ALL my friends that matter are in my computer, so I can relate! That means, ALL OF YOU! :)

    Congrats!

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  12. I am so happy to have found this community. IWSG rocks! Really thrilled for you Stephanie!

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  13. I just know this book will be a success. Yay for you!

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  14. It has been a pleasure seeing your posts around the web! Hope all is going swimmingly :)

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  15. Congratulations on your publishing success and wonderful blog tour.

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  16. Sounds like its been all sorts of fun...I know I loved having you.

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  17. I read your post about working important issues into your writing, as I've often wondered about how to make sure I'm doing that right, especially with something I have planned to write this year. Good advice there. ^_^

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  18. Congratulations on your success!

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