If you’re just hearing about my international Reader…
If you’re just hearing about my international Reader Appreciation Giveaway for the first time, don’t worry! It’s not even halfway over yet. We’ve had two our of the four weekly drawings, whose winners have chosen a signed copy of Skylark and a signed copy of Lark Ascending, and the grand prize (a package of ALL the above books, including the advance reader copy of This Shattered World) is still open. Winners for that will be drawn at the very end of the month.
Remember that while newsletter subscriptions still count for the most entry points, you can reblog the original post and the tweet linked there up to once a day, and each signal-boost increases your odds. Both winners so far were newsletter subscribers that were also signal-boosting!
In Search of the Write Space: Christina Farley
In Search of the Write Space: Lea Nolan
SHADOWLARK blog tour starts TODAY!
Hey, team! The SHADOWLARK blog tour, arranged by the lovely Jessica at Step Into Fiction, starts todaaaay! What does that mean? Well, every weekday (and one Saturday!) for the next two weeks there’ll be another peek at the sequel to SKYLARK, through interviews, guest posts, reviews, and sneak peeks. And in each and every post, you’ll have a chance to win a book. On top of those individual chances, there’s a grand prize which you can enter for by visiting each of the posts during the tour, scavenger-hunt style.
Sound like fun? Here’s the schedule of where SHADOWLARK is going to be over the next two weeks! I’ll be updating each link to go directly to the Shadowlark post, so be sure to check back. For now, check out a sneak peek of the beginning of SHADOWLARK over at Xpresso Reads! (Read more…)
In Search of the Write Space: Meagan Spooner
In Search of the Write Space: Jessica Spotswood
Ask A Question (#4): What inspired you to write SKYLARK?
Mary O. and Bookwyrm16 both asked, “What inspired you to write SKYLARK?”
What a great question—inspiration is so hard to pinpoint! For me it comes from everything around me, from the people I talk to to the books I read, the music I hear, the movies I see. But for SKYLARK, I can actually point to a single moment that inspired the idea for the world, which then led to everything else. (Read more…)