Okay, so I’m making all that up, but IF we were truly touring in the bus, this is how I imagine it would be, so as a writer…that’s how I’ll write it.
As the "speaker" for this leg of the trip, let me first take care of some important housekeeping items. In other words...we'll insert the commercials here:
Make sure you take a moment to comment on this post. Your name will be tossed into the coffee mug for a chance to win a $5 Starbucks gift card. Winner will be announced on this blog on October 5th.Over on my side bar, you will see a video that will tell you a bit about her book. If you click on the cover to the left, you will be taken to the Demme House publisher's page where you can order Her Safari. Be sure to check out the gift set offer. (some assembly required) When (not if) you order, there's a button that says HGIM (Heart of God International Ministries). If you choose to purchase the book through them, they receive a portion of the sales. How cool is that?
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And now...I'd like to introduce you all to my friend and fellow wordsmith, Lisa Mikitarian. (applause would be appropriate)
I have enjoyed getting to know Lisa in a myriad of ways. In our communication, she often uses capacious words that compel me to search online to facilitate the expansion of my vocabulary. Conversations with Lisa range from uber silly to super spiritual.
She and her daughter, Madeline, write a blog where their quirky wit and infinite wisdom is used to assist the public in the solving of their everyday conundrums. Connecting Now is a blog like no other. If you aren't a follower of the MikChiks, you may want to hop on over there and become one. Tell her Mari sent you. *wink*
To sum it all up, Lisa is a multi-talented, multi-lingual (irrelevant, I know), author and I'm down right proud to call her friend and highlight her book on my blog.
Well, it appears everybody's sufficiently caffeinated, had a potty break, and about ready to load the bus for the next leg of the blog tour. Les is patiently waiting for us to load up and sit down.
Everyone say it with me... "Bus driver...MOVE THAT BUS!"
Thanks for stopping by.