Yay we’re here! (*blushes)
The oh-so-lovely Goddess Fish Promotions has organized a virtual blog tour for 51 LOVE that begins today, and can be found here. Check out the stops for interviews, guest posts, and more! Also, join the rafflecopters as there are more GC prizes that will be given away : )
I can’t tell you how much I love those ladies over there, and how hard they’ve worked to get this tour started. Absolutely PHENOMENAL, and I’m so grateful for their patience and expertise with me, and all of the participating blogs.
I’ve preserved a *special* place right here to announce ALL of the winners of the Giveaways very soon! I’m so excited for y’all, and can’t wait to send out all of the gifts! So be sure to check here to see if you’ve won on January 18th, 2017!
: ) WINNERS: CONGRATULATIONS and a great big HUG to all the winners of my 51 LOVE giveaways! I am so thankful for everyone’s support and hope you enjoy your prizes!
Emails have been sent out for confirmations and the recipients are in!
Karrie, Kathe, Carol, Tracy, Janel, Richard, Bridget, Dominique, Jayedee, Dennis, Brendan, Brent, Green, Kathleen, Janice, and Beth, and Maria!
17 winners – 1 GRAND prize, a 2nd big prize, 14 ebooks, and 1 Goodreads winner! Thank you all so much!
I have posted 51 LOVE to Amazon Print and Kindle a tad early to make sure its release is on time, so those are already available NOW : )
All other outlets (including B&N, iBookstore, and more) will be released this Wednesday, January 18th, 2017! I hope you will join me during this tour to celebrate the release of 51 LOVE and I thank everybody so much for their support!
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Release date [71,030 words]: January 18th, 2017 (at all major retailers including Amazon print and Kindle)
This story is about Abram, a hopeless romantic who enrolls into college and begins leaving love notes for the girl, Jec, who works at the front desk of his student apartments. About why they know each other when neither have even met. That’s right, she had seen his face only two weeks earlier, when he tossed his book bag in the middle of the street, holding up traffic like a mad homeless man. But what she doesn’t know is that just before he came to grab his keys to move in, the handsome albeit strange eyes and the person they belong to had just been released from the county jail.
The jail cell talk without any cameras around to record make his last 51 minutes in the pen with a sketchy bunkmate a do or die conversation that may explain why he became homeless, why he wrote the love letters in the first place, and if both were random at all.