Some of you already know about my writer friend Tommy Donbavand, who was diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer in March and has been undergoing some really severe treatment ever since. He’s doing really well – hurrah for Tommy! – and to support him through his recovery and return to health, some of his friends … More Tommy V Cancer blog tour!
Today I’m blogging over at Wrathqueen’s Books (FAB name!) about why Looking at the Stars has been sooo long in the making… http://wrathsqueensbooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/blogtour-looking-at-stars-with-guest.html?
Today I’m blogging over at Readaraptor about why I believe everyone can contribute something to society, and how sad it is that people are lonely when it only takes a little kindness. You can read it at http://www.readaraptor.co.uk/2014/02/looking-at-stars-blog-tour-where-do-i.html – thanks for having me, Raimy!
Today I’m blogging over on Karen King’s website, where I answer her questions about how I began writing, my top tip for anyone wanting to be a writer, and two ‘fun facts’ about me and my peculiar talents! http://www.karenking.net/blog/
Today I’m blogging over at Big Book Little Book about why I think it’s REALLY important that boys read books with female central characters as well as male ones. http://www.bigbooklittlebook.com/2014/01/looking-stars-guest-post/
Today I’m blogging over on Words on the Shelf about why I chose the title that I did – thanks to Mazz for hosting! http://wordsontheshelf.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/guest-postblog-tour-looking-at-stars-by.html
Today I’m blogging over at Pen To Paper – thanks for having me, Dani! If you click on the link below, you can find out how Looking at the Stars was written and what the disadvantages are to writing without a plan! http://www.pentopaperblog.com/2014/01/looking-at-stars-by-jo-cotterill-blog.html Due to a small glitch, the photo I meant to go with … More Why Looking at the Stars was a pantster’s and not a planner’s book
I have started my blog tour! You can find me over at Books and Writers JNR today, talking about how Looking at the Stars began, along with photos of the Syrian story that shocked me in its similarity last winter. http://booksandwritersjnr.wordpress.com/2014/01/27/looking-at-the-stars-blog-tour/
I’ve been writing some guest blog posts for other blogs to promote Looking at the Stars – and here’s where I shall be in a virtual sense!