Interviews and Such

I have been remiss in reporting my activities with the release of One Love – Two Hearts – Three Stories. I apologize.

My first blog appearance was on Ceri Tanti’s blog “Babblings of a Bookworm”. What an awesome experience. When Ceri posted the results of the book giveaway, she included the following comment: “We had such fun on J Dawn King’s guest post, I just checked my blog statistics and it’s the most viewed post I’ve ever had!” Wow! There were 164 comments left on the post, which you may find here: http://babblingsofabookworm.blogspot.com/2015/06/guest-post-and-giveaway-one-love-two.html

A week later I was interviewed by Janet Taylor at “More Agreeably Engaged”. This was especially noteworthy as my only child, Jennifer Joy, had just appeared with the release of her first book. Janet’s blog was the first one I was on last year when “A Father’s Sins” released. Lots of history here. It was a fun post that can be found at:http://moreagreeablyengaged.blogspot.com/2015/06/a-little-over-year-ago-debut-author-j.html

The third week of June I visited Sophie Andrew’s blog, “Laughing With Lizzie”. I love any chance to interact with that particular young lady. Her enthusiasm for all things Jane Austen and her support of variation authors is admirable. My post is found here: http://laughingwithlizzie.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/blog-tour-one-love-two-hearts-three.html

Rounding out my blog tour is an interview with Maria Grace at “Random Bits of Fascination”. Boy were these questions a challenge. I had to put my thinking cap on. What a terrific experience. Please follow the link to: http://randombitsoffascination.com/2015/07/05/writing-superheroes-j-dawn-king/

Needless to say, it’s been an exciting launch for my new book. Have you read it yet?

3 thoughts on “Interviews and Such”

  1. Mrs. King…I have indeed read both of your books, and I have to tell you that you have quickly become my favorite author!!! I find your storytelling to be an absolutely delight to read, and I believe that Jane Austen, herself, would be pleased with how you have carried on her legacy. I’m looking forward to reading more of your work!!!

  2. I still have not read your books but read some of your stories in AHA. I think you are a very talented writer and your books are among the first in the list to be bought after my son’s wedding.
    I can hardly wait!

  3. Hello, again, Joy. You know how I enjoy interacting with you and reading not only both your books but also your WIP, Compromised. As always: looking forward to all you write.

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