Well, as I write this, my computer clock says it’s 11:48 PM, which isn’t of any special significance EXCEPT that it means that Line and Orbit’s day-of-release is minutes away (!!!!!!).
IT ALSO MEANS that there are now just about 24 hours left to enter to win a free copy. DO IT
I swear, I’d be dancing if I wasn’t so tired and if I didn’t have to teach at 8 AM.
The delightful Catherine Lundoff – whom I’ve worked with before in the anthology Hellebore and Rue (which, incidentally, features a story set in the L&O universe) – asked me to do a guest post on Line and Orbit over on her LJ/DW, so I can be found there, talking about some of the things about the process of writing the book that were surprising to me or otherwise unexpected in some way.
Thanks to Catherine for offering the opportunity!
Promise I’m almost done yelling about this: There is now ONE WEEK REMAINING in my Line and Orbit giveaway. So get in on that now if you haven’t.
Quick recap: Chosen at random, two people will win magnets and copies of the ebook in their choice of formats. One lucky person will win a magnet, a nifty flash drive loaded with all formats of the ebook, and a bunch of jewelry I made.
ENTER HERE if you are so inclined.
Contest closes at midnight on the 5th.
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Tagged contest, free book, free jewelry, giveaway, lgbt sf, m/m romance, queer sf, science fiction, sf romance
Today I’m pleased to welcome Very Special Guest Star Line and Orbit co-author Lisa to the blog-like object. She’s going to talk about our book and how we made it happen. EVERYONE PAY ATTENTION BECAUSE SHE IS AWESOME
Lisa here, Sunny’s lurking-in-the-shadows co-author on the forthcoming Line and Orbit. Sunny is far better at marketing and interneting than I, so I’ve been mostly clinging to their coattails throughout the entire publication process and watching them work. When they offered me a guest spot on their blog, I was hard-pressed to find a topic I thought would be interesting for you guys. But, after explaining the book to my mother (and, eventually, I’ll probably have to explain it to the Priest and Rosary Altar Society in my home town, as that’s who she’s recommended it to), I realized that the fact that we’ve written and published a book together is, in and of itself, kind of unusual.