Chocolatouring on a virtual book tour

Doreen Pendgracs

Known throughout the Web as the "Wizard of Words", I've been a freelance writer since 1993. I'm currently researching and writing volume II of "Chocolatour: A Quest for the World's Best Chocolate". Volume I was published in September, 2013.

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  1. Chris
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    What a great idea!

    Hopefully it can broaden the horizons of many readers of these sights, and perhaps find some new loyal readers to your own!

    Best of luck! :-)
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  2. Jackie Smith says:

    Congrats on the upcoming tour! Love that cover. Sorry to hear you’ve had a sick hubby. Hope he is on the mend!
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  3. Michelle says:

    This sounds like a great plan and I wish you and the other involved bloggers well of course. I hope you will be posting reminders on Facebook. I will definitely be stopping by. Congratulations on putting this together!
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  4. What a great idea for a way to promote Chocolatour! I recognize quite a few names of stellar bloggers. I’ll definitely stop by!

  5. I like your idea of promoting a Chocolatour. I am a chocolate addict, so this posts will surely resonate with me.
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  6. Your stories of traveling the world in search of chocolate is so interesting. Have you thought about doing a story from a child’s perspective? We have a picture of our son, who crawled on top of some furniture to get at the box of chocolate. His chocolate covered face is hilarious and he will never live it down – cause we won’t let him.
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    • Doreen
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      Hi Neva: Never having had children, writing from a child’s perspective doesn’t come naturally to me. And I think the fact that I’m aiming at the higher-end chocolate market who appreciates the quality of fine artisanal chocolate kind of rules out most readers under the age of 25. But there will definitely be times when I hit an attraction or venue that is targeted at children, and I’ll have to reach deep inside to bring out the child in me. You’re so fortunate to have your grand child(ren?) to keep you young! :-)
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  7. Donna Janke says:

    Hi Doreen. I’m excited to be part of the tour and am looking forward to reading the other posts along the way.
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  8. Jenna says:

    This post looks wonderful! I am so excited and honored to be a part of the Chocolatour for your e-book! June 28th – Marking the date!

  9. Catarina says:

    What a wonderful idea to have a virtual book tour!

    It’s a logical thing to do, just haven’t thought of it for the simple reason that I don’t need to do one:-).

    Wish you the best of luck with it!
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  10. I love chocolate! I love touring! This is a perfect travel companion. Thanks.
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  11. Susan Cooper
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    I love your book cover! Wishing you much success on your virtual book tour.
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  12. Good luck to you and enjoy your virtual book tour. It’s a great idea and a good way to reach out to more readers. With a subject like Chocolate it’s all win-win!
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  13. Chocolatour! Love it. I think you’re onto something here. Lots of chocolate and travel lovers in the world and this is a creative way to reach them. I’ll bookmark and try to follow along.
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  14. Cheryl
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    Very nice idea! I hope the tour turns out well for you. It’s a great book!
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  15. Rachel
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    These blog stops all sound wonderful! I’ll have to carve out some time in the coming weeks to visit them all. Thanks!
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  16. arun says:

    Hello there, You’ve done an incredible job.
    I’ll certainly digg it and personally suggest to my friends.
    I am sure they will be benefited from this site.
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