...to one lucky reader on the I Do Not Want to Wait; I Want the Book Now
blog (Doncha just LOVE that title? LOL)!
No questions to answer.
No graphics to hunt for.
Just come, read, comment and win.
Labels: contest, Free stuff, prizes
I was doing some updates on my website and discovered that Prince of Fire
is in stock and shipping from Amazon! Happy dancing all over the place.
Phoenician prince Talen Jacek has lived a cursed existence for over two thousand years. Suffering one violent death after another, though, is nothing compared to the emotional isolation he endures. Computer programmer Keri Maddox's life may not be exciting, but predictability is her mantra. Then she discovers Talen in her apartment wearing only a towel-and her safe, tidy world is yanked from under her feet. An inferno of carnal need erupts between them. Yet the power of their igniting love may not be enough to save Keri from a killer who is determined to deliver the inevitable death stroke. ($10.08, Qualifies for free Super Saver Shipping with purchase of over $25.)
Anyone else receive an early Christmas present this weekend?
May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey plump,
May your potatoes and gravy
Have never a lump.
May your yams be delicious
And your pies take the prize,
And may your Thanksgiving dinner
Stay off your thighs!
...didja miss me?
I won't dump a hoard of excuses at your feet, but I will beg for forgiveness. I'm sorry I've neglected this blog and the many faithful readers who came here for news, contests and fun. I am committed to getting it going again, posting content worth coming here for.
Today, I thought I'd post some links.
On cover clash
, the cover of my book Prince of Fire is up for a Thorn award. It was a real honor to have a cover selected, no matter what happens with the voting. Voting ends...sometime this weekend, I guess (it isn't posted).
Today, at 9:00pm EST, on Uncreated Conscience
, the final results of the SMP New Adult novel pitch contest will be announced. I didn't enter--mss had to be complete--but I'm sitting on pins and needles, hoping for some good news for some of my writer friends.
And Ethan Bransford's talking about the Economics of Publishing
, applying some new math calculations to Lynn Veihl's numbers, to try to show exactly how much (or rather, how little) a publisher makes on a best selling book. Interesting reading! Then again, his posts are always insightful and informative. His blog is a must-read for anyone looking to break into the publishing biz.
So that's it for today, the day before Thanksgiving--for those of us in the US. I hope you all have a wonderful day! Be back tomorrow.