Saturday, August 19, 2017

Savvy Verse and Witt Guest Post, Plus an Excerpt at My Love for Jane Austen (Darcy in Wonderland Blog Tour)

The Darcy in Wonderland blog tour wraps up at two wonderful blogs. First I'm discussing poetry and parody in the book at Savvy Verse and Wit (home of one of my beta readers and fabulous poetry editor - isn't that sophisticated? - Serena Agusto-Cox). Next I have an excerpt at For My Love of Jane Austen. It shows what happens just after Darcy comes crashing down through the rabbit hole. Lot's of fun to conclude an awesome two weeks. Thanks to all who participated!

https://savvyverseandwit.com/2017/08/guest-post-wonderlands-poetry-by-alexa-adams.html

http://forloveofausten.blogspot.ch/2017/08/darcy-in-wonderland-blog-tour-excerpt.html

Friday, August 18, 2017

Babbling of a Bookworm Guest Post and Excerpt (Darcy in Wonderland Blog Tour)

The penultimate day of the blog tour takes me to Babblings of a Bookworm, a blog which I have long wished to visit. Come by to read about my history with Alice in Wonderland and read an excerpt from Darcy in Wonderland:

http://babblingsofabookworm.blogspot.ch/2017/08/darcy-in-wonderland-by-alexa-adams-blog.html#more

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell Review (Darcy in Wonderland Blog Tour)

Today Darcy in Wonderland has a review posted at Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell. It includes a rather interesting prediction:

"I think Alice will grow up to be an author. I am sure of it."

Read the full review at the link below!

http://books-forlife.blogspot.ch/2017/08/darcy-in-wonderland-alexa-adams.html

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

My Jane Austen Book Club Guest Post and Giveaway (Darcy in Wonderland Blog Tour)

Wow! We're starting to wind down. A few more days of the blog tour (honestly, I need the rest!), and one more giveaway, today at My Jane Austen Book Club. Have you been curious about the fate of the other characters from Pride & Prejudice, a few decades on? Come and learn where the Collinses, Miss Bingley, and Colonel Fitzwilliam landed, plus enter the international giveaway:

http://thesecretunderstandingofthehearts.blogspot.ch/2017/08/guest-post-and-giveaway-alexa-adams.html#more

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

More Agreeably Engaged, Conversation with K. Wiedemann and Giveaway (Darcy in Wonderland Blog Tour)

Today's stop on the blog tour is at the fabulous blog More Agreeably Engaged, home of Janet Taylor: Austenesque artist extraordinaire.  It only seemed appropriate when visiting Janet to use the opportunity to showcase my sister's illustrations for Darcy in Wonderland. Join us for an international interview and a conversation between Katy Wiedemann and myself about the process of creating the images.

https://moreagreeablyengaged.blogspot.ch/2017/08/ever-since-alexa-adams-mentioned-idea.html

Monday, August 14, 2017

Diary of an Eccentric Guest Post and Giveaway (Darcy in Wonderland Blog Tour)

Today takes me to the blog of my fabulous editor, Anna Horner of Diary of an Eccentric. I've spent a lot of time on the Darcy in Wonderland blog tour focused on Darcy and Alice, as well as the other children, but today I've made Elizabeth my subject. Stop by to see how masterfully she mistresses Pemberley and enter the international giveaway.

https://diaryofaneccentric.wordpress.com/2017/08/14/excerpt-giveaway-darcy-in-wonderland-by-alexa-adams/

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Musings from the Yellow Kitchen Review and Recipe (Darcy in Wonderland Blog Tour)

I love scones! And I love tea parties. So does Alice, which makes it infinitely appropriate that my hostess today at the beautiful blog, Musings from the Yellow Kitchen, should include a delicious looking scone recipe along with a delightful review of Darcy in Wonderland. Here's a snippet. Continue reading at the link below:
But the character who steals the show is little Alice. She is a delight – headstrong and imaginative, with her mother’s impertinence and a sense of wonder that is infectious.  She has no trouble offering her opinions, even when they are not wanted, and is happy to allow her curiosity free reign. While her poor father frets over the bizarre events around him in Wonderland, Alice happily accepts a world in which animals talk and people can grow and shrink with a nibble of food or a sip of some potion. From her first impulsive dash after the White Rabbit to her bewildered participation in the Queen of Hearts’ croquet game, she is never without something to say.
https://musingsfromtheyellowkitchen.wordpress.com/2017/08/13/book-review-and-a-recipe-darcy-in-wonderland-by-alexa-adams/