Thursday, February 24, 2011

Sasha Soren's Top 3

Spellbound by Books
One-year blogoversary
Feb. 14 (Valentine's Day)
Author Top Three!
Sasha Soren, author of Random Magic
Online, social media or tech links

Here are three interesting and useful links, that could be helpful for
an author, publicist,
blogger in the book blog community, or just for techy people in
general, who like
to explore what's new and what's news.

Usually incorporated into tours (, by
including the Twitter info for every blogger on the tour.
It's just such a quick and easy way to have a quick discussion, or
share information or
send out news or discover interesting events or news features and so on.

You're welcome to come chill out at the Random Magic
channel, it's right over here:
@RandomMagicTour  feel free to grab a
comfy couch and browse around for RM events and news, or just other
cool book-related things (

There are two Random Magic trailers up at YouTube, and here they are:

Random Magic trailer - long (

Random Magic trailer - short
Being able to share a cute video about a book with nearly anyone in
the world, at any time, is a great thing.
YouTube is also a nice place to browse, because there's always sure to
be something cool going on.

* Blogger
A platform a lot of bloggers use (another popular one is WordPress).
Blogger created the tech and let people run wild and be creative.
If there was no blogger, a lot of book blogs would disappear.
So, for that reason, a useful site.

About Random Magic by Sasha Soren: When absent-minded Professor
Random misplaces the main character from Alice in Wonderland, young
Henry Witherspoon must book-jump to fetch Alice before chaos theory
kicks in and the world vanishes.

Along the way he meets Winnie Flapjack, a wit-cracking doodle witch
with nothing to her name but a magic feather and a plan. Such as it
is. Henry and Winnie brave the Dark Queen, whatwolves, pirates,
Strüths, and fluttersmoths, Priscilla and Charybdis, obnoxiously
cheerful vampires, Baron Samedi, a nine-dimensional cat, and one
perpetually inebriated Muse to rescue Alice and save the world by tea

Browse Random Magic here
Visit @RandomMagicTour here

If you're interested in the topic of social media, or would like a
more behind-the-scenes look at online book tours,
feel free to check out some related features, here.

Happy reading!

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