Final stop on tour It’s been a great blog tour!  I hope you had a chance to follow it every day.  The last official stop for Fixer is a review at My Reading Lounge. Have you ever watched one of those movies that leave you sitting on the edge of your seat, wondering if your heart will stop beating…

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Five star review For today’s blog tour stop we get a new review of Fixer at Passion for Pages:  If it’s the only book you read in 2013  make it Doucette’s. You know you’ve just read a truly amazing book when not only do you finish it feeling more than satisfied but you walk away from it pondering…

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The history of Fixer Today’s blog tour entry is a guest post on the history of Fixer at Manic Readers. If you want to have a strange experience, write a novel, put it in a box somewhere, and then go back and read it seven years later.  Sure, what I was reading needed an edit, and it had…

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Blog tour bonus In what amounts to a not-terribly-unusual event, one of the things I wrote for the Fixer blog tour did not end up being used.  This was a guest blog on the subject of my favorite childhood books, and I enjoyed my answer enough to want to share it with all of you…

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Five star review Today’s review Fixer comes from Fantasy World: The author offers us an alternation of the past with the present and this seems to be very important for the case. It was great to discover bit by bit about our character and to be able to understand him better. Read the full review here

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New interview Today’s Fixer blog tour stop is with friend Dorothy, Writer on the Verge, who features an interview with me.  Stop in and see answers to questions like which of my books were the most fun to write, and what question nobody ever asks me. See the whole interview here.

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Blog tour continues Well I hope you’re all too busy now reading that copy of Fixer you picked up over the last two days, but if you have a minute and can tear yourself away, a new review posted this morning as part of the blog tour. Looking at it as fiction now, this story kept…

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Wired A new review is up right now from reviewer/novelist Raymond Masters over at Wired.com’s GeekDad.  All Corrigan is concerned with is fixing the events laid out before him and ensuring the survival of his latest unsuspecting clients. Unfortunately, not everyone can be saved, sometimes there’s a miss. That’s when things start to get real messy. It’s…

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A new interview For today’s blog tour stop I check in at Cafe Art Space to give an interview.  We talk about things like what the definition of “first” novel is, how the Fixer cover was designed and whether I have any advice for new writers. Stop over there today to see the whole interview.

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