An Interview and A Giveaway

Hello everyone! A few things to talk about today. First, I’d like to thank Nicholas Taylor for recently interviewing me on his blog. Nick is a fellow indie author, and the chances are very good that if you’ve discovered my book, you’ve seen the cover of his floating around quite near it. He and I are part of the same cluster of fantasy books that have made a name for themselves on the free and discount book racks. I really appreciate him taking the time to ask me a few questions and share the answers. Head on over to his site to check them out, and while you’re at it, consider reading his book!

Now, followers of my Facebook Fan Page were recently given the chance to win a copy of my brand spanking new audio book of Jade. After managing to giveaway something*, I announced that I’d be doing two more giveaways. One would be right here on my blog, and another would be via twitter. Well, the time has come for the blog chunk of that trifecta. If you’d like a chance to win the Jade Audio Book, all you need to do is leave a comment in reply to this post. Say whatever you’d like. On February 25th, one week from today, I’ll pick the name of one of the people who commented and reply to the email address associated with the comment informing you that you’ve won. I’ll also do a post congratulating you.

And what do you get? Well, a copy of the Jade Audio Book, of course! But you’ll also get any and all of my currently available eBooks that you’d like. How you get them will be worked out via the email. So go ahead and leave a comment. Each person gets one entry, so please don’t feel the need to spam. And if your comment doesn’t show up immediately, don’t worry! I personally read and approve each comment before it makes it on the site, so if yours hasn’t shown up, it is probably sitting in my inbox waiting to be given the thumbs up. Good luck everybody!

* What the winner got wasn’t what I’d intended to give him, and the thing I did intend to give away has yet to find someone ready, willing, and able to accept, but that’s being dealt with.)