Well folks, today's the day. The day everyone receives chocolate from their SO and I release a book while eating leftover chocolate from Christmas.
Though ... I think there still is a valentine's York peppermint patty bar in my stash ...
But enough about that. I did not come here to talk about chocolate (however delicious it may be). I came to talk about the book. It's now available to read NOW on kindle, and if you happen to be one of those people who just HAS to buy a paperback, it's available there, too.
There was a day or two when I wondered if it was going to to be able to have the print version out, what with my own computer being out and the kid's computer (which I have been using), driving me nuts. But I persevered. It's not AS perfect as I would like it to be, but it's no worse than its predecessors, and it's nice and shiny.
Anyway, as part of my blog tour, I'm making three stops:
Author blog of Jaye L. Knight: Author Interview, where I randomly discus my scars ...
Dolls, Books, and Things that Matter: Character Interview - Eric, where he gives some insight into another Bookanian holiday, and his history with Robin.
Butterflies of the Imagination: Author Interview, where I confess my writing process.
Do check them out, they're all lovely blogs, and Jaye's going to be releasing the second book of her Ilyon Chronicles on Tuesday!! It's a gorgeous book, available for preorder, and I heartily recommend it. (Having already read it for reviewing purposes.)
And, if you're interested, and don't have them already, three of my previous books are free on kindle! Pick up your copies and tell a friend!
Sew, It's a Quest (The Bookania Quests Book 1)
The Woodcutter Quince and Other Stories
For those of you who aren't participating in the tour, (or maybe are, but feel like promoting me a bit more), I've devised a quick tag for you to fill out. Have fun with it, and put the link to your post in the comments. I'll be back on Monday with the reveal of the title for book 4.
1. What is your favorite Fairy Tale?
2. Have you read the Bookania Quests yet?
3. What is your favorite Fairy Tale retelling?
4. What is your favorite element of Arthurian Legend?
5. Are you excited about Arthur in Bookania?
6. What is your weapon of choice?
7. Favorite form of art?