As many of you know, I’m on a five-week-long sabbatical from teaching yoga. This isn’t a vacation—it’s a chance to devote myself to my writing. You see, writing a book (or books!) is only the first step. Right now I’m in different parts of the publishing process for three. I’m deeply immersed in a one–month blog tour for my first book, Murder Strikes a Pose, working with my publicists to plan for the launch of my second, A Killer Retreat, and finishing up the second draft of my third book, tentatively titled Karma can be Killer. Whew!
Part of the fun of this sometimes-overwhelming flurry of activity is getting the chance to share the principles of yoga with people who might otherwise never even consider it. I have fans (those three words alone give me a thrill!) who have taken their first yoga class after reading my first book. Others have recommitted to a yoga practice they dropped years ago. Still others are asking me for coaching and yoga advice.
I’m having a great time.
This week’s blog article invites you to share in the fun. Check out the article I wrote for The Top Shelf about Viniyoga in “Kate Davidson’s Guide to Yoga (with a little Murder on the Side).” As an added bonus, you can enter to win a free Kindle! Here’s a quote from the article to whet your appetite….
“The beauty of Viniyoga lies in its accessibility, which is part of what makes it so perfect for a mystery series. You don’t have to be ultra flexible or super fit to partake, just willing to be more mindful in everyday life. For those of you curious, the following four characteristics differentiate Viniyoga from other yoga styles….”
You’ll have to click on the link to the article to read the rest. 😉
Thanks all! I’ll see you in September.
Come visit Whole Life Yoga in Seattle, and check out Tracy Weber’s author page for information about the Downward Dog Mysteries series. A KILLER RETREAT is available for preorder now from Whole Life Yoga. MURDER STRIKES A POSE is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and book sellers everywhere!