Blog tour ahoy!
I posted last week about the giveaway, and here’s where you can find it. Welcome to tour stop central!
At last posting, I mentioned you should stay tuned for the awesome giveaway I’ll be doing during the blog tour for Nemesis.
Ready to peek at the prizes? [Read more…]
Welcome one to my stop on the Steel Lily blog tour! I’m delighted to present you all with an interview with the author, Megan Curd, whom I had the pleasure of meeting at UtopYA this year. There’s a Rafflecoptersaurus at the end of this post, so be sure to read all the way to the bottom! [Read more…]
It’s that time again…
COVER REVEAL DAY!
Now, if you recall correctly, last time I did this, I gave you a little list of links on where to find the cover, rather than posting it here directly. And, yup, I’m gonna do that again. [Read more…]
Yes, folks, in my continuing experimentation in the world of publishing, we have virtual book tour the second! From July 15th through July 22nd, sites around the world wide web will be putting up more stuff about Maven. There’ll be guest posts, a NEW excerpt, and the ever-present Rafflecoptersaurus, where you can win an ebook copy and/or a print version of Maven!
It’s the Maven book blog tour!
Lovely folks from all around the internet have graciously come forward to offer reviews and guest post spots to help promote my book this week! There will be fun and giveaways and maybe you’ll discover a few new websites to check back on in the future! Basically, everyone wins!
This is your tour stop central for everything that’s going on this week. Check back every day for new live links and see what people had to say about Maven! You might even win something.
We are halfway through the year, a mere six months. It’s been an amazingly productive time for me, and not only because of having three books done in the Endure series.
If you’ve been watching my Twitter feed or kept an eye on my WIP widgets in the side bar on this site, you know which project I decided to work on after finishing the first draft of Progeny. For NaNoWriMo 2012, I worked on a story that had about 23k words already on it. I talked about this a great deal on the Roundtable Podcast’s 4-writer project for that month, and you can listen to me talk about the premise for Apprentice beginning here. I ended up with an additional 66k+ words for that month, but the story wasn’t finished.