Only possibly without the swearing.
In ten days, The Gilded Scarab will be published, and two days after that, Gyrfalcon. In a (vain!) attempt to look as though I know what I’m doing when it comes to getting the word out, I’ve set up a few guest spots at blogs belonging to very kind and supportive fellow writers. The dates and places are listed below.
The big event will, I hope, be the joint launch fandango at Rainbow Gold Reviews on the 17th. There I hope we can have some fun, and I’ll be setting up rafflecopters to win Gilded Scarab or Gyrfalcon iPad case. At the Dreamspinner FB page event, a little earlier on the 17th, there’s the chance to win a Scarab travel coffee mug (they are cool) and–my personal favourite–come to Wilde City Press’s FB on the 18th to win a retro rocketship pen that makes ‘landing noises’. Who could resist? Come along to them all, if you can.
Each stop on the blog I’ll be giving away Gilded Scarab and Gyrfalcon loot (which will include a free copy of my Sci fi novella, FlashWired), and there will be another rafflecopter for an Amazon gift card, that will end after my final appearance on Sarah Granger’s blog at the end of March.
So, do come along to one or two of these if you can.
DATE and TIME
WHERE YOU’LL FIND ME
|13 February||Queer Sci Fi blog and FB page|
|16 February||GILDED SCARAB PUBLICATION DAY|
|Sarah Madison Fiction|
|17 February||11 – 1 EST
(4 – 6 pm GMT)
|Dreamspinner‘s FB page|
|5 – 7 pm EST
(10 -12 GMT)
|Rainbow Gold Reviews FB page|
|UK Gay Romance|
|18 February||GYRFALCON PUBLICATION DAY|
|Drops of Ink|
|19 February||Because Two Men Are Better Than One|
|20 February||Lily Blunt|
|23 February||Shae Connor Writes|
|24 February||The Fuzzy, Fluffy World of Chris T Kat|
|26 February||Purple Fantasy Den|
|02 March||Skylar M Cates|
|04 March||Charley Descoteaux Writes|
|05 March||Rebecca Cohen|
|09 March||Susan Laine|
|11 March||Grace Duncan|
|12 March||Cup o’ Porn|
|16 March||Sherrie Henry|
|18 March||Jano Denardo|
|23 March||Brynn Stein|
|25 March||CJane Elliot|
|27 March||Sarah Granger|
And to end this, a totally gratuitous picture of the Deputy Editor. From her expression, she is obviously pondering a misplaced semicolon.