Day 2 of Tina’s Blog Tour –

Tuesday, February 1 on the blog tour trail:

Tina Collen continues her tour today to promote her book – Storm of the i. Yesterday we were with Jim Ament of Evergreen, CO. Today we’re in Staten Island, NY with Renee Fountain, the managing editor of Please stop by to read Renee’s review of Tina’s book plus an interview with the author.

A quote for the day from Tina:

“I was called “Froggy” when I was young. The name became “The Voice” when I got older. I laughed when a girlfriend gave my phone number to a boy who wanted to call me and she warned him, “If her grandfather answers, don’t hang up. It’s not her grandfather. It’s her.”

If you’d like to enter the drawing to win a copy of Storm of the i, leave a comment that answers this question:

Oftentimes the objects we hold onto contain cryptic clues that point towards something deeper about ourselves. Take a look around your house (or your room) at the things with which you have surrounded yourself. Is there anything you are still hanging onto that seems to contain a hidden message for you? What do you think it is?

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3 Responses

  • Hi Melissa, If you like the quote and the review, be sure to check out Tina’s website She has excerpts from the book and some great art!

  • Tina,

    Congratulations on your book and good luck with the tour! Love the quote! How cute.

    As for the question…for me it is about letting go. I like things to be in place and order, but with two small children it is very hard to keep anything in order for very long. I always feel this need to have everything presentable when visitors come over. I think I need to work on letting go and allowing things to be – just as they are.

    Great question! Take good care and have fun!

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