I’m thoroughly enjoying my blog book tour (watch out for my mythical creatures Top 10 list next week!) and today’s stop is at Urban Fantasy Investigations, where I have an interview and book giveaway contest.
Check out my interview here.
In the interview, you’ll discover things like what I do in my down time, which character in the Embodied trilogy was my favourite to write, and where I keep my piece of the Berlin Wall.
Time’s running out to win an autographed copy of Starley’s Rust. Panic!! Or click on the ad:
That headline is well worth an exclamation point. Goodreads is giving away ten signed copies of my new urban fantasy novel Starley’s Rust (book 2 of the Embodied trilogy) and to enter all you have to do is click on the image below then follow the instructions. The contest is open until April 8th and it’s a random draw, so good luck!
Only 14 hours to go in the Goodreads giveaway to win 1 of 25 signed copies of Silent Symmetry, book 1 in the Embodied trilogy.
(I’m rewriting the sequel, Starley’s Rust, right now. Like, right at this minute, as soon as I hit send.)
There are still five days to go in the Goodreads giveaway for 25 signed copies of Silent Symmetry and we’ve crossed the 700 entry mark today. There’s something deeply satisfying about the number 700. I’m sure there’s a number psychologist out there who could explain why.
One of the keys to getting your book noticed (hopefully in a good way!) is reviews from independent readers. Publishing crowdfunding site Pubslush has put together this short, yet informative list of what indie authors need to do to get those reviews rolling in.
A big, stripy giveaway.
Seeking out reviews can be very, very time-consuming for a busy writer, with a very low success rate, so every bit of advice helps. One extra tip I received last week from my publicist was to include a note in each of the 25 signed copies of Silent Symmetry I’ll be giving away in my Goodreads giveaway contest, asking each reader to (pretty please) write a review on Goodreads and Amazon. Every little bit helps, and each one of those Goodreads members has a whole bunch of friends who will see their review.
If you’re an author who’s had success requesting reviews, please share any other tips you have.
Also, try saying this post’s title five times quickly and let me know if you did it!
Here’s the answer to Tuesday’s mystery video featuring the lovely Lily! You could win a signed copy of Silent Symmetry, book 1 in the sci-fi fantasy Embodied trilogy (contest open to residents of USA and Canada only from now until November 10).
Just click on this link ‒ entry is free and easy. Good luck! Now here’s a further example of the best and brightest in child labor: