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Busy Day on the Virtual Book Tour

Filed under: Virtual Book Tour — by Glenda at 1:14 am on Thursday, February 8, 2007

Wow, what a day! I attended two online sessions: one on social networking and one on podcasting. New contacts, new ideas and new opportunities! I also dropped off copies of my autobiography I’ll Do It Myself at the Celebration Christian Store in Surrey. If you are local, please go pick up a copy. Let them know the book is in demand!

And, I managed to pop down to Lincoln, Nebraska, to chat with my virtual twin Glenda Hinz. It was great; I felt like I was talking to myself! Glenda is a virtual assistant, providing exceptional secretarial and organizational skills, with relentless attention to detail, accuracy and confident efficiency. I need to get me a VA soon! I’ve come to the conclusion (already!) that one should not attempt a 40-blogs-in-40-days virtual book tour without some kind of assistance!

Enjoy the interview; I’m going to bed before I’m off to Quebec tomorrow!

If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a chai tea latte. Thanks kindly.

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Comment by Wendy Piersall :: eMom

February 8, 2007 @ 6:46 am

Hi Glenda – I found you through Andy’s interview. Inspiring! I’d love to offer up my blog as a spot on your book tour.

Also, I nominated your new blog here for a Best of Blogs Award – an award for up and coming blogs. But you have to have less than 100 unique visitors a day. And at the rate you are going around here, I fear you may soon outgrow the eligibility! ;)

Keep up the great work,

Wendy

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Comment by Glenda

February 9, 2007 @ 2:49 pm

Hi Wendy,

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for your nomination for the Best of Blogs Award. That’s awesome!

I would love to visit your blog during my tour. Have a look at my schedule and let me know what day works for you.

Looking forward to chatting with you.

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