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Perking the Pansies Book Trailer

By Jackscott @jackscottbodrum

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerIt’s done and dusted. My World Book Tour across four continents has finally come to an end. The stage lights have dimmed and the sequins have been packed away for another day. I’m knackered even though I’ve not shifted from the sofa. Was it a sell out? No idea. Have I sold copies of the book? Certainly. To celebrate the end of the tour, I’m releasing my very first book trailer. BAFTAs here we come. Grab yourself some popcorn and a fizzy drink, sit back and watch:

Please extend a massive hand to the talented and generous supporting cast, stars in their own right who took a back seat and let me take center stage to strut my stuff.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerFittingly, the tour kicked off in my foster land with Soldier, Solder at a place in the country with rustic old sapper Archers of Okçular.Perking the Pansies Book Trailer

Next stop was a flying visit to the motherland for our London gig at cosmopolitan Aussie Gidday from the UK with Gidday from Turkay.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerThe third show, AussieBum was presented Down Under at A Life Less Ordinary with the far from ordinary Russell.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerA long virtual night flight took me across the Pacific to the Eureka State – California – for Perking Across the Pond on Lick the Fridge courtesy of gifted wordsmith and family man, Jared.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerMy second Californian date was a camp inquisition on the pink sofa with the absolutely fabulous Impossibly Glamorous.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerNo time to dawdle. It was back on the virtual trail to Old Constantinople for a gig on the sharp and witty Istanbul Stranger telling my Yankee Tales, continuing the American theme.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerDaft planning took my back Stateside to Provincetown in New England to be entertained by M’lady and the puppets review Perking the Pansies at cross-cultural Slowly-by-Slowly, no strings attached.

I flew the vPerking the Pansies Book Trailerirtual transatlantic red eye for the Continental European leg of my tour. First stop, a chat of the This Morning sofa with my inspirational publisher, Jo Parfitt in the Low Countries.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerNext up a trek across the Pyrenees to a campsite somewhere in southern Spain for my Trailer Trash show with the impossibly healthy Helen from Helen’s European Journey.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerThis was followed by another Dutch gig at Adventures in Expatland with the blogger with the big heart. She entertained us with Pansies Oh So Successfully Perked.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerSafe on home soil saw me facing the questions again from the lovely Natalie at the top notch Turkish Travel Blog.

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerLast and certainly not least, my final interrogation was by Roving Jay on the Bodrum Peninsular Travel Guide. Jay pins me down with questions about Bodrum.

Thank you to one and all, for letting me loose on your blogs, for the Facebook posts and likes, stumbles, tweets, retweets and mentions. Your support is heart-warming. Thank you also to those who followed me around my virtual world. Now the fun really starts…

Perking the Pansies Book TrailerBy the way, would you like to buy my book?

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