Sunday, January 1, 2012

Monday, November 28, 2011

Give Books Giveaway Hop

Who doesn't love to receive books for Christmas?

I'm participating in the Give Books Christmas Giveaway Hop hosted by InkSplasher.

I'm giving away one copy of each of my books: Heart on a Chain, Geek Girland Immortal Mine. Just hop on over to each of the book pages to sign up for your entry. This is where you enter to win Heart on a Chain.

If you live in the US, you have your choice of receiving either a paperback or an ebook from Smashwords or Amazon. If you live outside the US, you will receive an ebook from Smashwords (works on all readers, including your computer).

Enter from now until December 15th.

Here are the links to my other giveaways:

Geek Girl

Immortal Mine

Here are the links to other giveaways in the hop:

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Review Geek girl for Book Blog Tour!

I'm currently scheduling blogs interested in reviewing my book, Geek Girl, for my book blog tour November 4-18. My book is contemporary YA. (See book description below)
There are plenty of Net Galley copies available, but very few physical copies left.

It's obvious what's in this for me, but what's in it for you? The blog tour will be publicized by myself as well as my publisher. It should help drive some traffic to your site.

I am willing to do an interview or guest blog along with the review if you prefer.

If you're interested, let me know and I'll have my publisher contact you with the info! You can either leave the info in comments below, or email it to me at geekgirlwriter at gmail dot com
This is the info I need to pass on to my marketing editor:

Blog URL:
Twitter Name:
Your Email:
Which Date You'll Run the Review:

“Think I could turn that boy bad?”
My two best friends--my only two friends, really--follow my gaze and laugh.
“Trevor Hoffman?” Beth scoffs. “No way, Jen.”
“I bet I could,” I say, shrugging.
“Why him?” Beth asks. “Why not any of the other nerds sitting there with him?”
“Because,” I say slowly, “he isn’t your typical run-of-the-mill geek. Trevor Hoffman is different. He would be a little more difficult to take down--more of a challenge, you know?”

Jen’s teenage life of rebelling and sneaking out is growing stale. In an effort to combat her boredom, Jen makes a bet to turn Trevor, a nice geek, into a “bad boy.” Unexpectedly, she is pulled into Trevor’s world of sci-fi movies, charity work, and even--ugh!--bowling. Jen discovers that hanging out with Trevor isn't so bad after all.
But when Trevor finds out about the wager, all bets are off.


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