Monday, September 5, 2011

Walking Through Walls Off and Running

Boy, time goes so fast I just can't seem to keep up with it - it's the beginning of September and the winners of the book tour were announced on my writing site:

Walking Through Walls July Book Tour Winners

Now, I'm taking the steps needed to promote my middle-grade/young adult fantasy adventure, and part of that promotion will include one or two posts here explaining a couple of reasons why I chose to rewrite an ancient Chinese tale, and a couple of book marketing strategies I'm using and have plans of using in the upcoming months.

But for now, you can check out the reviews Walking Through Walls got (on the Reviews page here) and if you know of a child who loves fantasy and adventure stories and/or a child who is a reluctant reader, stop by Amazon or Barnes & Noble and pick up a copy. Along with a wonderfully engaging story it offers a child a couple of very subtle and valuable life lessons. This book really has a lot to offer a child in elementary school and up, even adults will find it an enjoyable and engaging read. Just click on the links:

Walking Through Walls at AMAZON

Walking Through Walls at BARNES & NOBLE

You can also order Walking Through Walls at:

And, be sure to check out the Walking Through Walls YouTube Book Trailer

The ISBN is 978-0-9826594-7-2

If you are also an author and seeking book marketing strategies, stop by my writing and marketing site for lots of information about book promotion and planning a virtual book tour:

Karen Cioffi Writing and Marketing

I'll actually be putting an e-book together that will offer lots of book marketing tips and strategies - I'll keep you posted. 

Final note and request: When you go to get your copy of Walking Through Walls, please be sure to click on the "Like" buttons and "Share" buttons.

That's about it for now. As soon as I get the time I'll post a couple of articles about this book's creation and process. I love when other authors share their experiences, the processes that work and those that don't work, so I'll be happy to share mine. It's all about paying-it-forward.

Until next time,
Karen Cioffi
Author, Ghostwriter, Freelance writer
Karen Cioffi Writing and Marketing


  1. I plan to read your book as soon as I catch up on a couple of book reviews, my workshop for the Muse Conf, My WIP, and some crits. Looking forward to it. Again, congratulations and best of luck.

  2. Beverly, Thank you so much for your warm wishes. I have a workshop at the Muse Conf also. It's coming up quick!

    Doesn't it seem like we can just never catch up with ourselves.