Help Me Spread A Little Holiday Fear ... And Win Stuff

**UPDATE** Signup and giveaway are over. Thanks to everyone who got involved. 'See' you in 2013! ~EJ

Hey gang! Today I'd like to officially announce that the 2nd of my Moonsongs books, Witch's Nocturne, will be hitting virtual shelves next week. I'd also like to enlist your help. But first, a little bit about the story ...



If you've read the first book in the series, Blood Fugue, you'll pick right up with Jenny's story. 

After receiving an ancient tribal journal from her grandfather, Jenny is sent on a mission of discovery in an attempt to unravel clues to her family's monster hunting past. The journey becomes more than academic, however, when she is asked to confront a coven of dangerous witches who plan to cast an insidious spell on the plains of West Texas. Once again, it's up to Jenny and her best friend Marshal to navigate this dangerous new world of monsters and paranormal shenanigans--all in less than 17 k words! (Moonsongs is a series of novelettes.) 

That translates to what I hope is a fun, fast-paced adventure with some chills, thrills, and more than a little of Jenny's standard snarky toughness. I'm really proud of this effort, and hope it shows in the writing.

If you're new to the series, you'll quickly find your place, but feel free to check out Blood Fugue on Amazon (.99 cents, or free to read for Amazon Prime members). Also check out the 'My Books' page on this blog for more details on both stories. (Note: these stories contain language and material best suited for mature readers.)

You can add Witch's Nocturne to your Goodreads list, HERE.

Help Me Spread A Little Holiday Cheer Fear, Get a Free Copy of Witch's Nocturne, AND Maybe Win Stuff 

Here's where you fine folks come in. I'd love it if you all could help me share the announcement/release news throughout the last week of December and first week of January. 

I know it's a crazy, busy holiday time, so I'll provide you with all the information you need to post-and-go. Then, you basically pick any day you want between December 23 and January 6 to share on your blogs. Simple.

Everyone who signs up will get a digital ARC of Witch's Nocturne. (If you enjoy and have time, please leave a review--literally anywhere--when it goes 'live' next week.) PLUS, I'll enter your name into a drawing for a $10 Amazon or Barnes & Noble (your choice) gift certificate, AND I'll be giving one lucky participant an autographed copy of Amanda Hocking's latest novel, Lullaby (A Watersong Novel), that I recently procured. You can check out Lullaby here, and here are some shiny pics of the autograph and book: 



Cool, right? Just fill out the web form below, and I'll eMail you the details for the post in the next few days. 

This goes without saying, but my debt of gratitude to those who help is endless. I know many of you would help without the lure of prizes, etc. (because you do all the time) but it's a small thing I can offer to at least a couple of you to say 'thank you' for all of your continued support and encouragement.

Now, wish me luck! :-)

36 comments:

  1. I signed up! Enjoyed the first book and looking forward to the second one. Will feature it either January 2 or 4.

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  2. oh yay! Maybe I could get a guest post from you for this, yes??? I've love to spread the word :D

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  3. When you ask for trouble, Cassie, he always finds you! Sent you an eMail ... :-D

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  4. I don't really care for Amanda Hocking's writing. I tried Trylle and was like...bleh. "Twilight" knock off.

    That being said, I'll read your book next week. Sounds like it continues where the other left off.

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  5. Hey! I'm in! I wish you a ton of luck with your release.

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  6. I'm not sure if I signed up... I tried to. :D Anyway count me in. I'll probably double it with my January IWSG post. If you want to do a chat/feature sometime, I have Jan. 30th open on Spacedock 19. Let me know. :)

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    1. Thanks MP, and I'll send you an eMail! :-)

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  7. I will read your book someday but right now I'm doing the holiday thing. You know I loved the first one but you also know I refuse to read anything with the occult--which usually implies witches. Since you're a friend, I'll have to make an exception. LOL:)

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    1. Well, you're certainly a friend of mine! :-)

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  8. I certainly want in on the fun in spreading the word. Really enjoyed the first Moonsong so bring on the next :-)

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  9. This is in my reading queue. I really want to read the first book (and then the second), especially if your character is as much of a smart ass as that other post showed. :) Will be offline during that timeframe, but will be hitting the blogs to support you and Tweet to get the word out. :)

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  10. Best of luck with your new release!

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  11. Hey, E. J.

    It goes without saying! Love to help out. CONGRATS on you new novella!

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    1. Thank you Michael, I appreciate all of your support so much!

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  12. That is a nice, foreboding cover! Congrats on the new book!

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  13. Count me in! I'm saving you a spot on January 3rd. :)

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  14. Woohoo! So excited for you, EJ! :D

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  15. Congratulations EJ! I'll be out of town during the holidays but I'd be happy to help you spread the word via twitter and fb. (:

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  16. I wish you all kinds of success with this, EJ!

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  17. You're on a roll! Here's to some smashing success.

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  18. Congratulations, EJ! I'm definitely in. Love the new cover. :)

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  19. Just did my goodreads thang... EJ, I love your writing. You're extremely gifted and I really would read anything of yours. :D

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  20. Congratulations! Wishing you much luck and success! You deserve it. :)
    ~Stephanie

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  21. Congrats!

    Would you maybe like to do a guest post or something like that on my blog?

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  22. Off to spread the word on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/mariazannini

    Best of luck, EJ!

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  23. Great idea. I still haven't read the first book. I'll spread the word as I can.

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