Thursday, August 27, 2009

Sally Rippin: Coming to a Blog Near You!

Children’s and young adult author Sally Rippin is heading off on a blog tour to promote her book Chenxi and the Foreigner. She’ll be appearing in the following blogs over the week of Aug. 31 to Sept. 4, so follow along for fun interviews, reviews, giveaways, book chats, and more! Also, be sure to check out Sally Rippin’s blog throughout the tour, as she’ll be posting updates and sharing pictures from her time in China (1989–1992) that inspired Chenxi and the Foreigner!

Monday, August 31: Tea Time at Annick Press (Right here!)

Tuesday, September 1: The Book Muncher

Wednesday, September 2: Cindy’s Love Of Books

Thursday, September 3: Green Bean Teen Queen

Friday, September 4: Hey! Teenager of the Year

Saturday, September 5: Into the Wardrobe

See you on tour!

Note: the tour dates are based on North American time zones; if you’re following along from Australia (like Sally!), you can either stay up really late or just wait until the next morning!


Sally Rippin said...

Woo hoo! Thanks for all your hard work, Joanna! Now let's just pray someone shows up. ;-)

Emily said...

Yay! Go Chenxi! Have a great tour Sally!

Joanna K said...

Thanks, Sally and Emily! Can't wait to get this show on the road!

VanCoudray. said...

Hi Sally! [Jacqui from WFC]. Hope the tour goes AWESOMELY! *good luck*!

Rachel Power said...

I love this book. Anyone who has a teen in their life or is into YA fiction should hunt down a copy of Chenxi and the Foreigner. Bravo Sally!

kdub said...

I love this book too. I'd be great to see all the international jackets and hear what the process is for deciding on them. Is there any chance you could do that, Sally, or just let us know how much say you have in the decision making?

Sally Rippin said...

Hi Joanna,
Thanks for organising my blog tour. I had a great time and met lots of great people. I can now easily see how this blogging business can become quite addictive!

Joanna K said...

Glad you enjoyed your blog tour, Sally! It was great to see you blogging about it, too... blogging CAN be quite addictive!