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Mishap and Retribution Blog Tour

This will be the most unusual blog tour I have ever done. Why? Because when I lost my computer to the spilled coffee I lost some files and lost a lot of time. I could list all the other bits and pieces of my unpleasant news - sick babies, daddy in hospital - but I don't want this post to be about me. I want it to be about...

Mishap and Retribution by M.M. Shelley!

So, I am making a list. Yes, a list. I'm going to tell you as much about Mishap and Retribution as I can with a list of some of the most memorable words from the book. I am writing out 20 items from this book that will give you just enough information to make you sit back and say, "What? Really? I want to read this!" I hope you will leave me a comment and let me know if I piqued your interest. If so, then I've done my job well in this most unusual blog tour yet!

Let's Get Started!

Hawaii
gnomes
lightening bolt traveling
hospital
glitter
faeries
lavender fields
volcanoes
twins
Flames
shattered crystal
jewel like stones with healing powers
giant tusks
rabid dogs
magic
stone hut
spears
shape shifting
secrets
grandmother

About the Author:

M.M. Shelley is a storyteller, word smith and dreamer. She has traveled the world extensively in search of the magic which is often overlooked in every day life. M.M. Shelley is a native of southern California, and a student of mythology from which she gets much inspiration.


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(I sincerely apologize this blog tour was lacking.)

Comments

  1. Yes you piqued my interest lol, now to persuade hubby to let me buy another book hehe

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  2. Go Joss go! Be good to hubby and he'll be good to you! Hopefully! I'm glad you are intrigued and I'm sure you will enjoy the book:)

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  3. Thanks for the fun post! I enjoyed going over your list :-)
    @Joss Let me know what you think of the story!

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    1. You are welcome! It was a fascinating book and you are an awesome author!

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    1. I'm glad you think so! I hope you like the book:)

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