Holiday Goodies of the Non-Fattening Kind 5


Wow, it’s so cool to look over on my sidebar and see TWO books there. *basking* All right, I’m back now.

There’s lots of other news going on too …

For instance, there will be a third cover going up on my sidebar within the next couple of weeks but before you get too excited, it’s not from another sale. You see Samhain and 31 Samhain authors have gotten together to do a ‘reader appreciation’ event this month. Each day over on the Samhellion, a different holiday-themed short story is being released – for free. Mine is a New Year’s Eve theme, so it will be released **Edited** December 30th. I’ll post the link here when “First Night” is available for download. I even have a little book trailer for it, LOL. I had such a blast doing that. It’s a whole 32 seconds long.

While you’re over there, take a gander at the new Samhellion blog that started up December 1st. While Wednesdays are for promoting new releases, the other days will be chatty casual slice-of-life blogs by a variety of Samhain authors. And if you take a look at the author list, you’ll see my name on it. Which means I have to figure out what types of posts readers want to read on blogs. Any suggestions or requests are definitely appreciated.

With the hustle and bustle of Christmas coming up, don’t forget Angela James‘ Holiday Hell contest is still on-going. That one has two parts – the “find the icon on the Kindle” treasure hunt which can garner you a brand new Kindle loaded with books by all the contributing authors (the books alone are worth over $200!) And she has daily prizes being awarded too. Today all you have to do is leave a comment with the best book/author that you’ve read recently and you might win a hardcover copy of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Acheron, books by Lilith St. Crow, Sasha White, Alexis Fleming, Kelley St. John, and Sara Reinke. Not to mention more Australian and New Zealand goodies.


5 thoughts on “Holiday Goodies of the Non-Fattening Kind

  • Susan Helene Gottfried

    Keep basking, babe. You’ve earned it.

    I’ve told you about the new blog, right? I’m at that “who did I tell and who have I missed!” point. Oy.

  • Barbara Martin

    Thank you for your kind comment on Shelley Munro’s website today.

    I’m looking forward to reading your short fiction.

  • Marley Delarose, Author

    When you’re doing all the right things as you have been, success follows.

    Last year this time, you were despairing of ever being published and now three books, including the New Years story!

    You inspire me.

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