What books would I leave to future generations? I discussed my favorite books from childhood with Rhoda Baxter at Inheritance Books. http://rhodabaxter.com/2013/05/02/inheritance-books-rangeley-wallace/
Brook Cottage Books interviewed me as part of the Fiction Addiction Virtual Book Tour. I had a lot of fun! http://brookcottagebooks.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/things-are-going-to-slide-by-rangeley.html
I am having a ball on my virtual book tour with Fiction Addiction. Check it out. Read my posts and all the great reviews. And enter to win copies of Things Are Going to Slide. http://fictionaddictionbooktours.com/2013/04/15/fiction-addiction-book-tours-tour-details-things-are-going-to-slide-by-rangeley-wallace/
I am thrilled to report that Fiction Addiction Book Tours will be coordinating a blog book tour for Things Are Going to Slide beginning April, 2013.
Things Are Going to Slide featured as a Book of the Week on Chick Lit Central!
Thanks to Donna at Girl Who Reads for hosting me on her blog. I discussed some of the ways I learned how to write a scene, a character, a plot, and, eventually, a novel. http://www.girl-who-reads.com/search/?q=Rangeley+Wallace
Amazon reports that customers who bought Things Are Going to Slide also bought Arcadia (Lauren Groff), This Is Where I Leave You (Jonathn Tropper), Round House (Louise Erdrich), Faith (Jennifer Haigh) , and The Cutting Season (Attica Locke)
I am thrilled to be in such esteemed company.
Novel Escapes gives Things Are Going to Slide a five star review! Read the full review on the Novel Escapes site at http://bit.ly/10DhTXE.
To all the book clubs out there: I recently prepared a list of questions for Things Are Going to Slide that provides a basis for a lively book club discussion. You can read the questions here. I am happy to attend book club meetings in person, if they aren’t too far, or via phone or Skype, if they are. Just let me know and I’ll be there in some form or fashion.