Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Just a Sweet, Sweet Promo...

Afternoon Readers,

     By the time you read this, I'll be knee-deep in trying to get ready for a program I'm giving on social media...because everyone wants to listen to me for an hour and a half.

Note to self: Make sure hair looks great on Saturday, in the event everything that falls out of my mouth is complete drivel. Fire up curling iron, set bear grease out to soften, buy more barbed wire.

     Seeing as I'll spend the rest of the day stressing myself out trying to write a speech that doesn't start with, "Four score and seven years ago," I don't have a story today, but what I do have is even better.

"Even better?" you say.

Even better. Because today, Elisa over at The Crazy Life of a Writing Mom has just had her second book, The Sword of Senack, released!

*insert sounds of many hands clapping*

Here's a little bit about it:  (stolen from her website, respectively)

"Aliya Fisher knows nothing about her true heritage until a vindictive sorceress kidnaps her brother and sister. The young adventurer must take up her birthright, battle eerie creatures, and find the Sword of Senack if she hopes to best the witch. But even if Aliya finds the famed weapon and survives the perilous oceanic journey, the enchantress is far more than she appears. How does one defeat an immortal who lusts for revenge?"

     If you don't already know Elisa, her wonderful work, or how sweet she is, get on over there and check out the book, the blog, the woman, the legend. Also, she's giving away a Kindle Fire, so hurry if you enjoy awesome prizes as much as I enjoy Mounds bars melted into a smooth paste and spread on a variety of foods.

This is a Kindle Fire. That message your brain's sending you right now can be loosely translated as, "I want that."

     And now, I'm off to work on Saturday's undertaking. If you need anything, I'll be turning in circles, in my backyard.

Until Next Time, Readers!


P.S. I apologize for the odd font sizes today. Blogger woke up and decided that I'm it's 1,000,000 least favorite person ever.