It’s December. The year is coming to a close. But it appears that book promotion is ramping up even more!
For one thing, I’m delighted that two of my recent books, my Harlequin Romantic Suspense novel Guardian K-9 on Call, part of my Shelter of Secrets series, plus my—or my pseudonym Lark O. Jensen’s—mystery novel for Crooked Lane, Bear Witness, are both included in a really fun on-line Christmas Gift-Giving Guide featuring quite a few books. Here’s the link.
Also, today, December 6, I’m part of a Facebook party featuring a lot of the authors of the Coltons of Colorado books published this year. Mine, Shielding Colton’s Witness, was published in November. It’s at the Facebook group Coffee, Cupcakes and Contemporaries, and it’ll only be there today, but there are quite a few book giveaways.
And Coffee, Cupcakes and Contemporaries is also hosting the Second Annual Holly Jolly Holiday Party on Friday, December 9. Yes, I’ll be there too. And there may also be prizes.
That doesn’t include all the holiday parties for writers and others I’m invited to. Yes, this is a busy time of the year!
How about for the rest of you? Are you writers involved in any end-of-year promotion? How about parties held by the writers organizations you belong to? And readers, are you watching out for those on-line parties, interacting with writers, and entering contests?
In any case, have fun—and have a wonderful holiday season!
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