And the ebooks go to…

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I’m just dropping in to let you know that the giveaway has ended, and we have a few winners– eight, to be exact. Congratulations to Olivia, Hailey, Rachel, Marrok, Raechel, Jennifer, Bailey, and Cory! (Whew.) You’ll be getting your ebooks within the next few days.

For those of you who didn’t win this time… no need to feel sad. You can still follow our blogs (there’s a list of them here!) for more bookish goodies and contests. And you’ll definitely want to follow me on Figment, because that’s where I’ll soon be posting journal entries from a certain raiding captain we all know and love… In the meantime, you can still visit the giveaway page to see the list. Be sure to congratulate those who won!

Congratulations and holiday cheers to all who entered; you are the best! See you next time.

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Cover Reveal, Survey, and a Giveaway

The title says it all. Next week we’ll be back to a normal posting schedule, I promise; but for now, we get some new goodies for Alen’s War!

Cover first…

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Ah, I fooled you, didn’t I? (sneaky Sheriff of Nottingham face) I said before that the color scheme would probably be deep red, but then I turned around and made it soft green. That wasn’t a lie. I initially did want a red cover to match Agran’s flag, but while I was playing with colors, the green really stood out to me and contrasted well with the ship. Oh, and it wasn’t as scary as deep blood red.

Inevitably someone is going to ask the question, so I’ll answer now: Yes, I designed the cover myself, but I had a lot of sound input from other artists and the useful features of Paint.net and Picmonkey.  Who said an indie cover had to be expensive?

And that brings us to my second announcement. I need your help with a new blog series: Q&A on indie/self publishing. I don’t pretend to be an expert self-publisher, but other new authors and interested readers are always asking me the many questions that I had to answer myself when I was publishing Son of Ren. Obviously it’s a hot topic. In order to write about it, I need to know what questions to answer, so if you have a question about self-publishing, post it in the comments or email me through this page. Thanks in advance for your help!

Finally, the fun part- the giveaway. It opens on Friday, and you can enter by following me or tweeting a message to your friends. Here’s the link. Good luck!

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