Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Tuesday News

A lot of authors are just getting home from the Romantic Times Convention and I think they had a blast. For the most entertaining account, pop over to http://www.rebelsofromance.com/
We've never reviewed their novels here, at least not yet, but these ladies have a gift for book promotion!Jill Sorenson received her first box of copies of her first novel, DANGEROUS TO TOUCH. How exciting for her! I believe it's Robyn who's reviewing that one here soon.
Tia over at http://fantasydebut.blogspot.com/ is reviewing Lisa Shearin's debut novel, MAGIC LOST, TROUBLE FOUND today in preparation for the release of Ms. Shearin's second novel, ARMED & MAGICAL, next week.
We're throwing a Cyber-Launch Book Party right here this coming Thursday, April 24th for ARMED & MAGICAL. The party will run from 6 a.m. Alaska Time through 7 p.m., that one day only. Be there and watch out for Junior. She's a little cranky these days because it's her turn to clean the trolls' restroom.
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That's it for this week, unless I find something else throughout the course of today and have time to post it.

4 comments:

Kimber Chin said...

Have you been to one of the writing conventions, Kimber An?

I've never been (though I go to plenty of business conventions and, of course, Trek conventions...LOL). Makes me wonder what I'm missing.

If I do go, I'm going to ask random strangers for autographs (whether they're famous or not). I think that would be a lot of fun (and a great way to meet people).

Jill Sorenson said...

You can have my autograph, Kimber Chin. ;)

Thanks for the post, Kimber An. I'm looking forward to Robyn's review of Dangerous to Touch.

Tia Nevitt said...

Thanks for the mention! What I've actually done was revisit my eleven-part (!) coverage of Magic Lost, Trouble Found from back in June of last year. I had a lot of fun with all those posts, but you (one of my few readers at the time) must have thought, "Damn, I wish she'd finish the book, already!"

Kimber An said...

Oh, no. I've had to review novels like that too! It's just one method for juggling such tasks with the rest of our buy lives.
;)