Anne Cain‘s covers for Fusion and Flare are featured in this great article by A.J. Corza about cover art that makes her want to pick up a book. I know I’m a tad biased, but I think Anne Cain did an outstanding job on all three covers from North Star as well as from Private Display of Affection. She’s amazing, and I know I’ve been very lucky to have her work on these covers.
Right now there are a few giveaways/contests going on for the books in my North Star world. First, Mrs. Condit and Friends is giving away a copy of Flare. The deadline to enter is Feb 8th at 11pm CST. You can also read a review of Flare and an interview with Hugo, so click to comment and get entered. Second, Prism Book Alliance has a contest ending February 6th. I shared an outtake I wrote of Hugo and Kevin in high school that will never make it in to any of my books. If you click and comment, you can have a chance to win either Spark, Fusion, Flare, or…
“I wanted to live in their world because through all the bad, they persevered and found the good, and it really is a series about the power of love. Outstanding series! One of the best by far.” StraightNotNarrow: We all have an opinion, here’s mine…: Reviews for The Northstar Books, by Posy Roberts.
And it even works! Haha. Last night I started pulling together reviews for my books and short stories so they could be easily found. So take a gander at the Review Page and read some of the kind and lovely words people have said about my stories while you’re at it. If you’ve written a review and want to leave a snippet, I have a testimonial page you can use. Once approve, they show up at the bottom of this website.
I was blown away today by Sandra at My Fiction Nook. I was leaving work, feeling apathetic after a mediocre class when I started to read Sandra’s review of Fusion. I loved this!!! For a second installment, despite the heavy topic and the pain and the drama that ensued, this book was as close to perfection for me as possible. She went on to say so much more and all spoiler free, so go read the rest of her review.
I’m on three continents today! I’m surely going to be jet lagged by the time my head hits the pillow, but it will be so worth it. Here’s my itinerary: My first stop is in England where I talk to Jay Northcote about bringing humor into an angsty story. Next, I fly to Australia to dish with N.R. Walker about the joys and struggles of writing and reading a series. Then after a long flight over the Pacific Ocean, I talk with Charley Descoteaux about agoraphilia during her Kink Week celebration. And now enjoy a little E.L.O. while people flashmob all over the world. 🙂