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Category Archives: Lou Hoffman
A big welcome today to Lou Hoffman as the final stop on her blog tour for Ciarrah’s Light from Harmony Ink Press. She’s sharing an exclusive Peek at Book 4, Dragon’s Rise, and the living history behind The Sun Child … Continue reading
I’m taking part in this – looking forward to it. Lou Hoffmann/Lou Sylvre and I will have booths on 10th, 13th and 16th October, and I’ll be blogging about The Protaganist’s Journey on Authors Speak on the 30th September. Virtual … Continue reading
Hello! Here I am again, availing myself of the opportunity to play with words on the pixel page, which is what Anne Barwell kindly allows me to do here once each month. This is a busy week for me, as … Continue reading
Hi! Lou Hoffmann, back at Anne Barwell’s Drops of Ink blog for my August guest post—thanks, Anne, for lending me your pixels and bandwidth! I’d intended to write this month about the School Library Journal (SLJ) Teen Live 2016 virtual … Continue reading
How the Series Dots Connect—Lou Hoffmann post, excerpts from Wraith Queen’s Veil (and there’s a contest…)
Hello, I’m Lou Hoffmann, today is the 21st and that means it’s my day blog on Anne Barwell’s Drops of Ink. This month I had no trouble at all coming up with a topic I wanted to write about, and … Continue reading
Hi! It’s me again, Lou Hoffmann, in for my second monthly post here on Drops of Ink, courtesy of Anne Barwell. (Thank you, Anne!) Recently I’ve been working with my publisher, Harmony Ink, on getting Wraith Queen’s Veil ready for … Continue reading
Hi, I’m Lou Hoffmann, and I’m really glad to be here on Drops of Ink—thank you, Anne Barwell for having me. I’m excited because Anne has asked me to be a guest here every month, which means I’ll have a … Continue reading