Sightlines Blog Tour Week 9 & Reviews for “Sightlines” audio book

Week Nine July 27-31

Here we are at the 9th and last week of the Internet tour for “Sightlines: A Family Love Story in Poetry and Music” audio book. It’s been a grand adventure that those of you following and dipping into it have enjoyed.

This week there are two excellent wrap-up posts. Irene Watson (of Reader Views) hosts me on Blogging Authors where I give a complete and concise tutorial on how to make and produce an audio book. Don’t miss it if you’d like to go behind the scenes of the process.

Carol Cole Lewis concludes the Sightlines Tour with a summary of how to set up a blog tour, why do it anyway, and what my experience of it was.

Links and more information below.

27 Irene Watson hosts Janet’s guest post on “How to Make and Produce an Audio Book” on Blogging Authors,a gathering place for writers and readers. This site is a brain-child of Reader Views, which Irene founded.

Book reviews and interviews of “Sightlines: A Poet’s Diary” plus her father’s novel “Cattle Country and Back Trails: Two Tales from the Thompson Western Series” are located here. Irene is author of “The Sitting Swing”. She is the Managing Editor for Reader Views and lives with her husband in Austin, Texas. Irene earned her MS in Psychology, with honors, from Regis University in Denver.

30 Carol Cole Lewis hosts Janet on the final stop of the internet tour as they chat about the tour as a case study in internet marketing. Carol provides authentic, sustainable Internet and media marketing for small business as she considers the question: So, you gotta have a website…now what?


Read all four reviews under the Bookstore tab for Calendar.

1) Story Circle Network Book Review by Edith O’Nuallain

2) Writers in the Sky’s Sarah Moore of Writers in the Sky.

3) Love and Loss and Living on by Marcelline M. Burns (Oxnard, CA)

4) Sightlines: A Family Love Story in Poetry & Music reviewed by Kendra Bonnett
Women’s Memoirs, Book Raves – Kendra Bonnett and Matilda Butler

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  1. Janet,

    Congratulations on dreaming up and journeying through cyberspace on such a varied and interesting tour! I hope you’re planning on some time to rest and relax after all the virtual miles you’ve gone.


  2. Dear Susan,

    It’s been entertaining and educational. Great combo! Will be happy to never see another link again, though.

    I plan to put all the content created into an ebook or booklet.


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