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2. Get someone else to handle to admin. I work with Nas Dean, although other on-line assistance companies are available. Compare several before deciding which one to use. I've found Nas offers great value for money and has lots of contacts, so you get plenty of opportunities for networking. This spreads the word about you, and your work. A good admin person will arrange dates, and supply an idea of the material your host is looking for. An administrator will also arrange giveaways and competitions. Don't leave everything to them, though: when your blogs go live, visit the pages to make sure things are running smoothly, and reply to all comments.
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Blog tours involve a lot of writing, but they are good fun. I'll be scheduling another one in a few weeks to promote Her Royal Risk, the next book in my Princes Of Kharova series. Visit my author page here on Facebook to find out more details about what's going on.