That's right folks, overnight last night my Facebook fan count jumped up over 500 people, so to celebrate I'm having a fab 500 giveaway! The grand prize? How about having a character named afterYOU in my new urban fantasy tale, The Book of Shade, scheduled for release this Christmas time!
Enter the Rafflecopter below to be in with a chance of this and other fabulous prizes!
By the way, this giveaway is totally International!
So finally everything arrived in the mail and I have ALL my current book swag and promotional material. What you see above are paperbacks, flyers, posters, bookmarks, stickers and postcards. Much as I love staring at it, I'd rather it didn't all stay in my flat taking up space - I want to give it to YOU!
Okay so here's the current ways in which you can obtain such gorgeous free stuff from me:
The two lucky people who win my paperback giveaways at Goodreads (Link 1 // Link 2) will get a swag pack included with their book!
On SATURDAY August 24th (at 6pm Central Time / 11pm GMT) Urban Hearts Book Reviews is hosting a little Facebook Party for me! One lucky winner will receive a free ebook and another will win a swag pack!
Well it has been a busy night here in England, here are the fabulous winners of the prizes drawn in the Indie Book Buffet's First Edition Giveaway - thank you all for entering and showing your support to a brand new magazine.
Don't forget authors, if you want to be featured in the next edition then head over to this link and submit your details!
In London, 1969, Jeffrey Mercier is just an ageing department store clerk with a long buried secret and a distant memory of a lost love, but when he is suddenly shanghaied by a woman who claims that she can travel in time, his dismal days in menswear are finally cut short. Jeff steps out of his timeline and into a whole new world of possibility and adventure, only to find that he is once again the automaton employee of yet another large corporation: The Time Agency. It has become his duty to protect the people of the future from the threats of their past.
Under the guidance of the struggling captain Marie-Elizabeth Giraud, Jeff learns that he has more in common with his fellow time traveller than he knows. As the adventurers exchange their tales of life and romance in times gone by, their popularity slowly grows in the media-mad atmosphere of the 27th century and Jeff discovers more about his past than he ever thought possible. But all is not well in the timeline, and these intrepid time agents are about to find themselves at the centre of a disaster that could destroy the universe, perhaps even time itself.
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Come and see the Incredible Juggling Writer!
So I’ve been thinking a lot about project management this week, as I am coming to the end of a very hefty manuscript that I have devoted 100% of my time to over the last month in a powerhouse effort to complete in time for a publishing competition. But whilst I’ve been writing this one big important project, other ideas have come slowly creeping into my head. Thus far I have resisted the temptation to put anything more than notes down about these other works and maybe do a little research here and there, but I’m starting to wonder, would it be such a bad thing to have more than one story on the boil?