Monday, February 1, 2010

North, or Be Eaten!

North! Or Be Eaten
by Andrew Peterson

Well, the blog tour was last week from Wednesday to Friday. I am not saying that everyone should have waited for me, or that someone should have branded the dates on the back of my hand. My belated participation is my own fault. I thought all blog tours were Monday to Wednesday.

Of course, I might be able to blame Andy because I listen to his CD at least twice a week. Have you listened to the CD - Bugs, Slugs, and Lullibies? Some of the songs are downright hilarious like the one about the man searching for his girlfriend who has one belly button, two elbows, pretty little chin, one pert nose and 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 piggy little toes. And others are confusing. Fire truck, fire truck, going to the ball. But the name of that song is Tractor. Because I have two grandsons who do not want to listen to sweet little nursery rhyme songs, I know Andy through his music as well as his books.
The other artist on this album is Randall Goodgame. Doesn't Goodgame sound like a name Andy would make up for a book that has toothy cows? I'm not real sure Randy Goodgame really exists.

You can read a review of this album at

Tomorrow, I will talk more about the book which is featured here:

Book -
Series site -
Author site -

These are the names of the people who read their calendar correctly and posted last week. You can probably still read what they think.

Brandon Barr
Justin Boyer
Amy Browning
CSFF Blog Tour
Stacey Dale
Jeff Draper
April Erwin
Todd Michael Greene
Ryan Heart
Timothy Hicks
Becky Jesse
Cris Jesse
Jason Joyner
Carol Keen
Krystine Kercher
Dawn King
Rebecca LuElla Miller
New Authors Fellowship
Donita K. Paul
Crista Richey
Chawna Schroeder
Andrea Schultz
James Somers
Steve and Andrew
Rachel Starr Thomson
Robert Treskillard
Fred Warren
Jason Waguespac
Phyllis Wheeler
Elizabeth Williams
KM Wilsher


Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

Donita, you're right—normal tours are always Monday through Wednesday. This one wasn't normal because we needed more time for the books to arrive to those who had requested a review copy.

But never fear. One of our prime motives for having us all post on the same days was to gain a spot on Technorati's popular books list. Sadly, Technorati no longer has such a list.

So late works, at least for drawing your readers' attention to Andrew's work. I'm not sure if s many from the tour will stop by, but I hope so.


Robert Treskillard said...


Glad to see your posts as part of the tour. Better late than never!

When it comes time for granchildren around here (the Lord willing), then I'll definitely have to purchase that CD.