You can’t keep a good Granny down but Granny sure is tired after flitting around from blog to blog promoting the book Granny Hooks a Crook.
“It was an interesting experience,” Granny said thoughtfully. I felt like Sally Field when she won the Oscar for Norma Rae. She shouted “They liked me, they really liked me.” I felt like shouting that too because everyone was so gracious.”
“Of course, I didn’t write the blog posts where my author, Julie Seedorf, was the guest blogger but I guess she did ok. She didn’t quite have my pizzazz or my Fuchsianess. There were times she was serious!!! Of course, I am serious too but I don’t let anyone see it. If I am on the verge of tears from sadness or happiness I usually get all crotchety and slam my umbrella down although I didn’t feel like doing that on this blog tour.”
Granny’s tour was arranged by Lori Caswell from Great Escapes Book Tours. “Lori did a great job,” Granny stated, “She didn’t even panic when my author didn’t get the guest post in on time. I don’t know what was wrong with Julie that day. She told me she was writing my second book and was so deep in thought that she forgot. It couldn’t be that because she hangs with me, Hermiony Vidalia Criony Fiddlestat, that my forgetfulness is rubbing off on her, could it be?”
Granny and Granny Hooks A Crook was hosted by:
Kelly P’s Blog – Community Bookstop – Melina’s Book Blog –– Cozy Up With Kathy – – Christa Reads and Writes – – Mochas, Mysteries and More – – fundinmental – – Musings and Ramblings – Guest Post – readalot blog – – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – – Brooke Blogs .
“My author didn’t know what to expect. She should be used to that because she never knows what to expect from me. My motto is: Don’t expect me to do what you think I should do because I’ve already done it and I want to try something new. Yes, I know, I like to rhyme.”
” I kind of like this touring thing but my author says she needs to take time to write now. She tells me her second book in the Fuchsia, Minnesota series is half done. She and I are wrestling with the name for the next book. I am at my prime and I have a new weapon, but it’s a secret until the next book is out. Did I tell you, I have another Granny to compete with? It is the Granny from “Whatchamacallit? Thingamajig? that is about my author and her grandkids. It is a book for young readers and hits the hearts of adults too. Apparently this Granny gets in lots of trouble too, the only difference is that I save myself, this other Granny has to have her Grandkids save her. What a wimp. Anyway to make a long story short, which is hard for me, Author Julie tells me that she is writing that second book to Whatchamacallit? Thingamajig? What’s up with that. I might have to tap her with my umbrella or my new weapon so she makes me, Hermiony Vidalia Criony Fiddlestat her main priority.”
Granny has had her say. She is back from her tour. She is up to saving Fuchsia, Minnesota again, and she is back to driving her kids and Franklin Jester Gatsby a little crazy. Granny will let you know when she is touring again.
“Wait a minute, I’m not done. This is what the bloggers said about me. If I don’t tell you, no one else will.”
loved this book, the humor, adventure and mystery. ~Community Bookstop
..a really lite and whimsical story, I absolutely loved it. ~Melina’s Book Blog
Julie Seedorf has a great imagination. If you like cute and fun reads, you’ll like Granny Hooks a Crook. ~Christa Reads and Writes
Lots of Drama, action, laughter. ~readalot
Granny is funny, sassy and mischievous. If you like funny cozy mysteries, especially those with older sleuths, this is a story you should check out. ~Brooke Blogs