Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Blog Tour: @CatWinter's In The Shadow of Blackbirds





We are so pleased to have Cat visiting our blog today as she tours blogs for her new release 'In The Shadow of Blackbirds'.  Check out the review by Candace, which posted earlier today.  We asked Cat some fun This or That questions to see what her choices would be...


Alright Cat, what is your preferred pleasure reading: Fiction or Non Fiction

Fiction

And do you feel like you make more progress when: Writing Retreats or Writing at Home

Writing at home

Which do you prefer Coffee or Tea

Tea

Are you a Chocoholic or Carboholic

Chocoholic!!!!!!

Summer or Winter

Winter (I love the holidays and getting cozy with books and loved ones)

Night Owl or Early Riser

Night owl

Board Games or Card Games

Board games (unless you consider Apples to Apples a card game, which it sort of is)

When writing: Outline or By the Seat of your Pants

A loose outline that gets filled in with some flying by the seat of my pants

Beach or Forest

Beach (I was originally a Southern California girl)

Stop and Smell the Roses or Every Day is a Race

Stop and smell the roses as much as possible!



I love Cat's answers.  Mainly because we have a lot in common.  


If you didn't know it, Lauren DeStefano loves 'In The Shadows of Blackbirds' too!  She even sent me a postcard with the book cover on it.  So if you need more urging she said 'Buy It, People'.  
Her debut novel, In the Shadow of Blackbirds—a YA ghost tale set during the World War I era—is coming April 2, 2013, from Amulet Books/ABRAMS. She currently lives outside of Portland, Oregon, with her husband and two kids.

Her debut novel, In the Shadow of Blackbirds—a YA ghost tale set during the World War I era—is coming April 2, 2013, from Amulet Books/ABRAMS. She currently lives outside of Portland, Oregon, with her husband and two kids.
You can find Cat online at Her PageFacebookTwitter, and Goodreads

Cat Winters was born and raised in Southern California, near Disneyland, which may explain her love of haunted mansions, bygone eras, and fantasylands. She received degrees in drama and English from the University of California, Irvine, and formerly worked in publishing.




And don't miss out on the awesome giveaway that is happening for 'In The Shadows of Blackbirds'
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6 comments:

  1. Thanks for being on today Cat! I'm a night owl and chocoholic too!

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    1. Thanks for hosting me, Candace and Mel! Here's to chocolates and late nights...and late-night chocolate!

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  2. Beach girl who likes to stop and smell the roses here. I love the cover for this book and the outline sounds interesting. On my tbr shelf!

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  3. I've been looking forward to this book for a few months! I've heard nothing but good things about this book and can't wait to read it!

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    1. Thank you for your enthusiasm, Krystal!

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