Blog Tour Stop # 17 = Fun!

Update: And the post is up! Thanks for your patience! πŸ™‚
Find it HERE!Β 
Can y’all believe the Blog Tour is almost over? Just a few weeks ago I was scrambling around, trying to figure out how in the world I would actually pull it off and accomplish writing and sending all the posts that were swirling around in my head. Now, 19 days and 34 posts later (I updated my blog, along with the hosting blogs) we have one more post being hosted on this blog, and then tomorrow I finish everything up. Totally crazy!Β 

Tomorrow I’ll share some more thoughts about this tour, but just let me say this: With the thousands of views, dozens of comments (not only on the blog, but also on Facebook) and fun giveaways, I’d totally say it was worth it! Thank you to everyone who took part in this and made my writing world a little bit more fun!

Ok, so the blog tour post for today is going to be a little bit late on this blog, but you do notΒ want to miss it! The blog actually belongs to a good friend of our family and he’s doing an author interview. I figured since he’s actually met me in person, instead of just in the blogging world, he’d be able to come up with some interesting questions for me to answer for y’all.

At one point my sister decided to hijack the interview and I ended up with a whole (totally untrue) childhood history I didn’t even know about. (Think purple hair, phobia of crying and weeks of complete solitude.) Thankfully, my sister values my reputation in the blogging world too much to let it get posted so y’all are going to end up with real answers. =)

Really though, this post took the longest time to write (by far!) and I think it turned out quite, um… Interesting. πŸ™‚ So check it out for yourself later on today!

What about you? If you could ask me any question in an interview, what would it be?Β 

13 thoughts on “Blog Tour Stop # 17 = Fun!

  1. David Mabe says:

    It sounds like your sister has a good sense of humor, though I'm sure you'd say that's relative. I was, and still am, an only child, so I never knew the joys of a sibling hijacking interviews and such. So, I'm guess the phobia of crying never happened either? πŸ™‚


  2. Aidyl Ewoh says:

    Nope. πŸ™‚ Nor the weeks of complete solitude. πŸ™‚ And my sister is hilarious. Actually, several of my sisters are really funny. It could be a disaster though if they would sometime really take over an interview! And an only child? One of the questions in the interview is about living in a big family. Hopefully you'll enjoy it!


  3. Anonymous says:

    I've enjoyed the blog tour, Lydia! It's been fun to follow! Went and read the interview – probably my favorite post so far. πŸ™‚ Are you holding a hedgehog? I was a tour guide at a farm for school groups in the month of October, and one of the animals I had to show was a hedgehog. ALWAYS scared me, but I couldn't show it! Haha! πŸ˜‰



  4. David Mabe says:

    There are times when the weeks of solitude might be kind of enjoyable. I thoroughly enjoyed the interview. Aaron stated he had enough for another post, hopefully he'll get that out in the future.


  5. Bekah says:

    I loved your writing advice, Aidyl. Thank you for doing this blog tour, I know it was a lot of work to put together, but I had a lot of fun reading and following along. It's so encouraging to read other writers' blogs!


  6. Aidyl Ewoh says:

    I'm glad you enjoyed it! =) I think it's one of my favorite posts, too! And hedgehogs? That was in a pet shop and I thought it was adorable. It was like $200, so I didn't get it, but I had thought it would be so cool! =)


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