It's the last day of Kevin Haworth's virtual book tour, in support of Famous Drownings in Literary History: Essays about 21st Century Jewishness! And like before, work on our newest books has prevented me from getting daily updates posted here about the latest stops. (As always, don't forget that you can always get more frequent real-time updates about things like these, plus notices about new reviews and features, at either our Facebook or Twitter accounts.) Here's what you've missed since the last time I checked in here at the blog...
On Tuesday Kevin was hanging out with our old buddy Caleb J. Ross, where he turned in a guest essay about fiction writing versus non-fiction.
On Wednesday Kevin was at the Relentless Reader blog, where owner Jennifer Hartling did a nice write-up about the book itself.
And today to finish out the tour, Kevin stopped by Little Fiction, where he shared a few thoughts about the unique pleasures of short-story writing.
I want to thank all of you again for following along, and especially all our tour hosts for putting in the work and donating the space and time to make this happen. If you still haven't done so, I highly encourage you to stop by and download the book, because it really is a special volume that I think you're going to love. That's it with the virtual tours for us until next fall, where in short order we'll be getting Eleanor Stanford, Maureen Foley and Meera Lee Sethi on the information superhighway; but in the meanwhile, our authors are doing a whole series of fun real-world appearances here this summer, so I hope you'll have a chance to stop by every day and check out the latest.