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Upcoming Events and Exciting News

It's party time!!! Hello everyone! Boy, have I got some news for you! I'm so excited!
Ink in the Book will begin hosting a series of Virtual Blog Tours with our first party starting in June. These tours are going to be amazing. The authors that will be featured will be represented for one whole week and each day will be something different. We will have author interviews, tips and ideas, book projects and reports, pictures, trivia, blurbs, give-away items and prizes and so much more. What a party we have planned!
If you are an author with a newly published book or a brand new release on the horizon and would like to be featured during Ink in the Book's Virtual Blog Tour and Book Review, please contact me at
inkinthebook@gmail.com
I can't wait to hear from you!
Talynn

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