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I am currently scheduling featured guest author spots on my blogs for early next year (2012). I enjoy most FICTION genres, including Young Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Thriller, Adventure, Time Travel and Romance (Sweet to Erotic). I often enjoy Inspirational romance but I do not care for heavy Christian Fiction. Alternate Lifestyle Romance is not really my thing, either. I love books with gothic, paranormal or supernatural elements.

Currently, I am scheduling feature spots on my blogs approximately 6 weeks to two months ahead. I schedule on a "first come-first serve" basis. If I elect to review your book you will need to provide me with a Kindle or PDF copy. Please DO NOT send unsolicited books.

Take a look at my blogs and if you would like to have your book featured just fill out a simple form found near the top of my sidebars.

Thanks for your interest.

Laurie

http://lauriethoughts-reviews.blogspot.com

http://lauries-interviews.blogspot.com

 

Tags: Book, Excerpts, Features, Giveaways, Guest, Interviews, Promotion, Reviews

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Oh good!  I'm glad you found it.  I guess I needed to mention that the graphic is a smiling book waving its arms...hehehe.  The graphic appealed to my sense of whimsy. LOL

Thanks for the invite. I've submitted a form for your consideration. It's my first book but it's been out since '08

I thought that was really cute.

Laurie Jenkins said:

Oh good!  I'm glad you found it.  I guess I needed to mention that the graphic is a smiling book waving its arms...hehehe.  The graphic appealed to my sense of whimsy. LOL

Ummm talking animals counts as fiction right?

yepper.  :)

Alaska Dew said:

Ummm talking animals counts as fiction right?
Hi Laurie, and I am looking for an opportunity to be interviewed again. My novel is historical fiction released last Christmas titled, "Voyages of Malolo: Secret of the Rongo." the book chronicles the voyages of ancient Polynesian mariners circa 1000 AD as they circumnavigate the Pacific in search of the meaning behind the carved markings on a piece of driftwood washed up on the shore of their tiny south western Pacific island. please visit my website at www.authorrobertbonville.com/
I hope to hear from you
Robert

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