Virtual Book Tour / Be a Tour Host



Authors

Writing your book is tough. And Taking a virtual book tour trip into the homes of bloggers, readers and potential book buyers to notice your book can be too much hassle. And that is where Authors' Curtilage comes in. If you are the author of a newly published book, have an upcoming release or just want to give a previously published book new life, a virtual book tour is your ticket. Authors' Curtilage specialize in all genres and charge $9 per blog stop, at $56 for a 1week (6/7 stops) to $248 for a month long tour 15 - (20 stops)

*Here are a few questions you might want to ask.

*I am setting up my own virtual book tour, but will like to hire you as a supplement to my own efforts.  Can we combine both efforts into one?

*Yes.

*How do I pay? I didn't notice a pay button on your blog.

*When you request a virtual book tour, I will send you an application which will not be questions you need to answer about your book, but the information for payment is there as well. Presently, I accept Western Union Fund Transfer until I'm able to sort out setting up pay buttons on this blog.

*Please, authors should be prepared to answer author interview questions and write guest post.

Please contact me by e-mail at lolagrove [AT] yahoo [DOT] co  [DOT] [UK] with the subject line “Virtual Book Tour” and your message.


Bloggers 
 
Being a tour host can be rewarding and fun filled. As a host, you will receive a token once you agree to
receive a free book from one of Authors' Curtilage touring authors, read the book and post a review on a date scheduled in advance for the author to “stop” at your blog.

Authors' Curtilage touring authors will usually be available for guest posts, interviews, question and answer sessions, and possibly book giveaways on your blog. The authors will usually promote the tour stops on their websites too, and AUTHORS' CURTILAGE will also do promotion.

Authors' Curtilage is looking for well read, well trafficked book blogs, but is also looking for blogs with less traffic and all different kinds of blogs as tour hosts.


To be a tour host, please contact me by e-mail at lolagrove [AT] yahoo [DOT] co [DOT] [UK] with the subject line “Tour Host” and the following information about you. Your Name, Email Address, Blog URL, and indicate in your message which genre(s) you are interested in reviewing or interviewing. When there is a book that Authors' Curtilage think fits your blog, you will be contacted to see if you’re
interested.

I look forward to hearing from you!

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