“Roundup 2” or “The Flame Writer, The Ink Caster, and Batman”

With the dust and confetti finally settling after the wild lauch week of “The Swan Prince (Book One of The Wilderhark Tales)”, here’s comin’ atcha with three more generous promotional features for the book, brought to you by some of the best chicks a gal could befriend on the internet.

Kendra Conine

Thank you, Kendra!

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First, Kendra Conine of the Flame Writer blog, whose advance review of my novella would have had me blushing, if my face actually did that. As it was, I just smiled a great deal.

Thank you, Tirzah!

Thank you, Tirzah!

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Next up, Tirzah Duncan, the mysterious character behind The Ink Caster blog / my oft-mentioned writing bestie. Not that she let our eternal bond of sisterhood color her advance review of “The Swan Prince, nay, never. She’s far too scrupulous a word-lover for that.

Thank you, Sam!

Thank you, Sam!

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And third, Samantha Chaffin of the blog Her Inklings, whose in-depth interview with me covers all the important topics – from self-publishing to theme songs, from inspiration to pants. Sam probed where few who aren’t secretly Batman would dare to go, and I withheld nothing.

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I’ve said it already, and I’ll say it again: Thank you, Kendra, Tirzah, and Sam, for your time and attention! I thank you, my characters thank you… And speaking of characters and rounding up, I managed to wrangle the main cast of “The Swan Prince” into sharing why they think you ought to read their book. Here’s Sigmund what Sigmund had to say!

Sigmund as drawn by Yana Naumova.

Sigmund as drawn by Yana Naumova.

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Why Sigmund thinks you should read “The Swan Prince:

He gives an elegant shrug. “Looking at it from the outside, I suppose it’s very well written. Not that I paid much attention to such things while I was living the story; I had quite enough to deal with, then – magical transformations, a harrowing quest, Sula… but I suppose I can’t go into all that without telling you the whole story. And if you wish to know the whole story, you ought to read the book. That’s most easily done if you buy it, which you can do in a few simple clicks by following this link, or several others peppered throughout the blog. Danielle’s made purchasing the story a far less difficult task than starring in it. She’s arbitrarily considerate, that way.”

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Thank you, my swan prince. (:

On a final note … who wants to see some “One More Day” anthology-related images, all gorgeous and ready to download and share?!

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Behold, the banner!

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There’ll be a blog tour coming! When I know more, you’ll hear about it!

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Kinda makes you want a copy of the anthology for your digital reading device, doesn’t it?

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Or if your prefer paper books, like I do, good news!

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‘Cause it will totally come in paperback form!

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And the cover comes in wallpaper form, ooh-ah!

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Makes for a good header or Facebook cover pic, dontcha think?

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4 thoughts on ““Roundup 2” or “The Flame Writer, The Ink Caster, and Batman”

  1. 1.) You’re my favorite. Thank YOU.
    2.) I had so much fun with your interview, and you were the best (even though you’re also the only) guest writer I’ve ever had grace my blog with her presence.
    3.) I am Batman. It’s not a secret.

    😉

  2. Look at me wandering around on the blogs I follow, then I see my face on one of them! Ahhh!! Thank you so much, Danielle; it was no problem at all to help out. Sula and everyone else deserves as much! (which, by the way, Sigmund’s picture is swoon-worthy. <3) Totally looking forward to One More Day!!

    • Surprise! It’s your face! ‘Cause such are the rewards of being a rockin’ person, sometimes! X)
      Yeah, I may or may not have swooned a bit, looking at some of these bookmarks… and at my name on the “One More Day” cover images… I’m just glad I haven’t actually blacked out from overexcitement yet; it feels like a possibility, sometimes.

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