On caregivers, faith, family, and writing…

The tour is over, and we’re back “home” again. I want to take a minute to say one more big thank you to all the wonderful bloggers who posted reviews, interviews, guest posts, and spotlights for A Long and Winding Road: A Caregiver’s Tale of Life, Love, and Chaos. You made the release of my first book a wonderful experiences.

To my readers, thank you for all your support as well. There wouldn’t be much point to writing a book without you. If you missed any of the stops, here is a complete list. Take a minute to visit a few of them and see what some of the early reviewers had to say.

June 17 –  Mormon Mommy Writers – Review

June 18 – The View from a Blank Word Document – Spotlight and Contest

June 19 – Princess of the Light – Interview and Review

June 20 – Confessions of an Ex-Ballerina – Spotlight

June 21 – Pam Thorson – Guest Post – “Caregivers and Heroes”

June 23 – Being Sam – Review

June 24 – Adventures in the Ballpark – Interview

June 25 – Keely Brooke Keith – Guest Post – “Street Teams for Caregivers”

June 25 – Donna L Martin’s ON THE WRITE TRACK – Review

June 26 – Angela Schroeder, Author – Spotlight

June 27 – Kick Start Your Heart – Spotlight

June 28 – Years Full of Grace – Interview

June 30 – Chuck Allen – Spotlight

July 1 – RELEASE DAY! A list of Release Day Blitzers will be posted on that day.

Princess of the Light

Angela Schroeder, Author

Keely Brooke Keith

A Book Lover’s Retreat

July 2 – Princess of the Light – Guest Blog – “The Darkness of Alzheimer’s Can Never Steal The Light”

July 3 – Ink in the Book – Review

July 6 – Mary Beth Magee Writes – Review

July 8 – Emily Ungar, Middle Grade Author – Guest Post – “Where I Write”

July 9 – A Book Lover’s Retreat – Guest Post – “Alzheimer’s Took Mom’s Ability to Read”

July 12 – Writeous – Guest Post – “Will Christianese Sell?”

July 13 – The Purple Jacket – Review and Guest Post –  “Tributes to Those We Love”

July 14 – Ink in the Book – Interview

July 15 – Kathy Pooler – Amazon Review

July 17 – Kathy Pooler – Guest Post – “Five Principles I Learned In Writing My Memoir”

If you have read A Long and Winding Road and enjoyed it, please tell your friends. Also, please consider posting your own review on Amazon, Goodreads or any of the other distributors that allow feedback.



A LONG AND WINDING ROAD: A Caregiver’s Tale of Life, Love, and Chaos

Available now at:

B&N // Kobo // iTunes // Amazon // Smashwords // Google Play



Comments on: "Thank You to My Blog Tour Participants | by Linda Brendle" (8)

  1. mimijolynn said:

    I haven’t yet read it, although I pre-ordered for my Nook. When I was ready to download it, I couldn’t do it. I guess I need to contact B&N to find out what to do. Congrats on your whirlwind tour!

    • Jo Lynn, one of my friends said she had trouble with hers, too. She contacted B&N customer service and they told her what to do. As I recall, it was an easy fix. Thanks for the congrats. The tour was fun!

  2. MRS N, the Author said:

    Awww Linda, I had such fun on both stops of your whirlwind book tour! You have written a beautiful heart-warming book and you will be helping so many! *hugs*

  3. Linda I downloaded your book on my kindle the minute it came out and I just loved it. There were times I laughed right out loud and other times my mind went to my grandma when she had dementia. I loved the book from beginning to end and was also excited to see your face and hear your voice on the other pieces. I hope you sell a million copies because it is that good and people like you deserve to be blessed. Blessings my friend. Liz

    • Thank you so much, Liz. I’m glad you enjoyed it. When I can connect with someone who has been there, I know I’ve done what a set out to do. Blessings right back at you.
      Your friend,

  4. Linda, your wonderful read will help so many people!

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