The female is a lot closer to USA Today qualifications than she thought possible even a week ago, and as such, we’re opening the blog for authors to participate in a book fair between May 18 through 24. Every day, we will feature a new collection of books. We will include snarky commentary, and we will note if we’ve read the book, how much the book costs, and so on.
We have set up a few restrictions for the titles, but we’ll include warnings on the type of reader the book is for, and each day, we will try to feature a new genre.
The female will be seeding in books she just flat-out adores, because that’s how she rolls. (So every day in the book fair, there will be at least ONE title in the group she has read, recommends, and adores.)
If you are an author and would like to sign up for the book fair, you can fill out this form. To participate in the book fair, you need to share Grave Humor (releasing May 12) with your readers by May 16, 2020. You can share the preorder or during release week. The choice is yours! The form will remain open until the evening of Saturday, May 16 for those who send towards the end of the week. (The form will be closed on Sunday, as we will need Sunday to prepare for the book fair beginning on Monday.)
Grave Humor is available at the following vendors:
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/grave-humor-r-j-blain/1133374336?ean=2940160871301
Apple Books: https://books.apple.com/us/book/grave-humor/id1479114815
About Grave Humor:
Most days, Anwen regrets working at a funeral home. With the residents no longer inclined to stay in their coffins where they belong, she’s got her hands full making sure everyone follows the rules:
In the funeral home, there is no screaming, no murdering, no mutilation, no possessions, no kidnappings, no resurrections, and no cursing of any type. Be quiet and stay polite.
The day Old Man McGregor decides to take a walk and disturbs her peace, Anwen learns there’s a lot more to the basement in the funeral home than a vampire and a handsome gentleman on ice.
If she’s not careful, she’ll learn first-hand why ‘eternally yours’ is the most potent of threats.
Warning: this novel contains romance, humor, bodies, shenanigans, and mythological puppies. Proceed with caution.
This novel can be read as a stand alone, but readers who pick up Whatever for Hire will get a few extra laughs out of it. The first book in series, Playing with Fire, is currently available for $0.99, and Whatever for Hire may be discounted as well before the book releases. (We’re waiting to hear back from Bookbub to see if they are interested in running a feature.)
Please note the female will not be readily available on May 16, 2020, as that is her birthday and she will likely be requesting cuddles from us kitties and her male. Happy birthday in advance, female!
To the readers and fans… thank you so much for getting us even somewhat close to USA Today qualifications. You are appreciated.
Please enjoy this picture of me happily sleeping on the female.
If you require a high-res version of the cover, please check out the form for details on how to receive a copy.
~The Sneaky Kitty Critic & the Furred & Frond Management
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