Last week, I told you about the Buy More Read More feature at Kobo for historical romances from Red Door Reads authors. Well, here’s the rest of the story – there’s a post at the Kobo Writing Life blog by yours truly about the benefits of joining an author group like RDR.
You can find my post on the KWL blog, right here.
Red Door Reads authors also have a joint promotion this month for our historical romance titles at Kobo.
Red Door Reads Sale Page for US readers
Red Door Reads Sale Page for Canadian readers
And don’t forget that the Introducing Red Door Reads Sampler is available for free download on Kobo as well as other portals. It includes 18 excerpts from contemporary romances, historical romances and paranormal romances by RDR member authors.
Find your next read in Introducing Red Door Reads. It’s FREE!
Eniko is a blogger I met on Facebook originally, then met in person at Romancing the Capital last month. She wanted to interview one of the Pyr for her blog, and chose Erik from Kiss of Fate for this feature. Erik’s interview is live today on her blog, and there’s a draw for a signed mass market copy of Erik’s book. All you have to do is comment on the interview for a chance to win.
Here’s the permalink.
I’m over at Angel’s Guilty Pleasures today, talking about dragons, dragon shape shifters and Firestorm Forever. There’s a contest, so you’ll want to drop by and comment.
Here’s the permalink to my post.
Anna Markland is another Canadian author who writes medieval romance, and also another member of the Queens of Medieval Romance group on Facebook. I’m delighted to be putting my Claire Delacroix hat on today (it has a wonderful plume) to visit Anna’s blog today, to talk about the appeal of a medieval Christmas, and The Warrior’s Prize.
Here’s the permalink to my guest post.
Come on over to say hello! If you comment on my post there, you could win a signed trade paperback copy of The Warrior’s Prize.
Recently, I was interviewed by Sandy S at the Reading Cafe, and that interview is posted on their site today. There’s also a lovely review for The Frost Maiden’s Kiss, and one for The Renegade’s Heart, too.
Here’s the link.
Come on over and say hello!