Saturday, April 30, 2011
Friday, April 15, 2011
Sale! Sale! Sale!
From now until April 20th Rast is on sale at MuseItUp Publishing at 20% off.
The VBT has two more weeks to go. You can get a copy of Rast at an even better deal if you tickle my sensibilities with a smart comment on the tour visits yet to come. I’m giving two copies free to commenters on the tour.
Go here and scroll to the bottom of the page to see the hour schedule –
Friday, April 01, 2011
Book Tour starts Monday
My Virtual Book Tour for “Rast”, my latest fantasy novel begins on April 4th. Here is the schedule for the first week –
Monday, April 4th
Guest blogging and giveaway at The Book Connection http://thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com/
Tuesday, April 5th
Book spotlighted at Broowaha http://www.broowaha.com/
Wednesday, April 6th
Interviewed at Pump Up Your Book http://www.pumpupyourbook.com/
Thursday, April 7th
Interviewed at The Hot Author Report http://www.thehotauthorreport.com/
The entire schedule can be found at http://www.pumpupyourbook.com/2011/03/02/rast-virtual-book-tour-april-2011/
In addition to the book giveaway at The Book Connection I’ll have gift coupons for two more copies of Rast to give away during the VBT. The rules are mine – I will be reading the comments left at each blog visited and will be looking for pertinent comments and the e-mail addresses of the commenters who wish to participate. I’d like to give away two copies before the end of the tour – pdf copies unless the commenters have another format mentioned – and do it right away, no waiting, no skill testing questions. What am I looking for? I dunno – surprise me.
I must also mention another free e-book. At my website http://www.christopherhoare.ca/ you can find a free download of “Gisel Matah and the Slave Ship” a teaser for my Iskander series novels. I have recently added a copy in .prc format to the list of download files. Don’t you remember how everyone was saying, just a few years ago, that e-books would never take off until they all used the same format to avoid confusion? Well, it never happened and the confusion increases daily. I bet the monkeys could create a more efficient marketplace than humans.