Laura Harrington Launches Where’s Alice Bliss Social Media Campaign Through GMG

Did you know that Gloucester resident Laura Harrington’s Book “Alice Bliss” received a 4 star People’s Pick recommendation from People Magazine?
Laura writes on her blog-
Where’s Alice Bliss? launches Friday 7.29.2011 Help us send Alice Bliss around the world

This summer I’m inviting book bloggers from across the United States and the globe to participate in an exciting, new international adventure: Where’s Alice Bliss? Please join us and help send Alice Bliss around the world. What Is Where’s Alice Bliss? Where’s Alice Bliss? is a campaign to send copies of the novel Alice Bliss to as many countries and U.S. states as possible. Through, copies of Alice Bliss will be registered and tracked as they travel around the world, passing from one reader to the next. Your bookcrossing ID (BCID) allows you to follow your book wherever it goes. It’s like a passport enabling your book to travel the world without getting lost. Once your book is registered, you will leave it in a public place with a…

Click here for the rest of Laura Harrington’s post
Also here is our first interview when Alice Bliss was released-

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3 Responses to Laura Harrington Launches Where’s Alice Bliss Social Media Campaign Through GMG

  1. Terry says:

    The bloopers just add to the charm. :-)
    Fabulous idea for social media campaign, Laura. I love it. I’m going to your website right now. Wishing you and Alice Bliss much success

    Joey – what type of camera do you use to shoot these videos?

  2. Margi Green says:

    I love this idea -it’s so creative and excitibg ! I think it helps to see and hear the author presenting it too ! – Margi

  3. Great idea! where have i heard of this before? “art, rocks!”? kinda. just saying. lol

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