Creative Inc. Blog Tour
I'm excited today to be the starting host on the Blog Tour for the launch of Creative Inc., the follow up to best selling Craft Inc. by Meg Mateo Ilasco. For Creative Inc. Meg teamed up with Joy Cho (of Oh Joy) where they wrote a very informative book that will no doubt be a must have for freelancers everywhere. Creative Inc. provides all the tools freelancers need to get their business off the ground and make it a success.
Our feature for the blog tour is a rather fun one. Meg and Joy are sharing an exclusive behind-the-scenes of the stop motion video they made for the launch and since we have a crafty/DIY focus on the blog, they thought it would be fun for our readers. (Meg did the fun illustrations here in the recap). Thank you ladies!
Follow Meg and Joy on their Blog Tour by visiting other blogs on this tour:
8/24 Oh Happy Day jordanferney.blogspot.co
8/25 SFGirl By Bay sfgirlbybay.com
8/26 Mint mintdesignblog.co
8/27 Wit + Delight katearends.com/blog
8/28 Cathy of California cathyofcalifornia.typepad.com
8/29 Book By Its Cover book-by-its-cover.com
8/30 Not Martha notmartha.org
8/31 Frolic elseachelsea.typepad.com
9/1 Upper Case uppercasegallery.ca
9/2 Craft craftzine.com
9/3 Decor8 decor8blog.com
9/4 Kris Atomic blog.krisatomic.com
9/5 Grain Edit grainedit.com
Link to the book: chroniclebooks.com
Also here is a list of book tour dates and stops:
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