Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Spring Equinox Fantasy Book Sale, March 20-22
I want to extend a very warm welcome to everyone who is visiting this week for the Magic Appreciation Tour's Spectacular Spring Equinox Sale. I am very excited about this event, hosted by fellow author and modern mage, Daniel Marvello. The sale includes 35 fantasy novels by 20 authors, several of whom have been recent guests on my blog.
From March 20-22, all 35 titles will be available for less than $5, some -- including Eolyn -- for as low as $0.99. We are also offering more than thirty prizes in electronic and print copies of our novels. Visit the Spring Equinox Sale now to browse all the titles and sign up for some great giveaways.
In addition to providing electronic and print copies of Eolyn for the Magic Appreciation Tour event, I am hosting my own Spring Equinox Giveaway on this blog.
If you haven't had a chance to read Eolyn yet, now is the perfect time to venture into her world of love, magic, betrayal, and war. Join this extraordinary maga as she rises from humble origins to challenge the harshest dogmas and the most powerful princes and wizards of her time. Bound by magic, torn apart by destiny, Eolyn and the Mage King will confront each other in an epic struggle that determines the fate of a millennial tradition of magic.
Eolyn is the first of three companion novels. Its sequel High Maga will be released in spring of 2014, followed by the third novel in the series, Daughter of Aithne, available from Hadley Rille Books in 2015.
You can sign up right here for your chance to win a FREE signed copy of Eolyn. Just use the rafflecopter form below; it's quick and easy. If you'd like more chances to win, visit the Magic Appreciation Tour and sign up for one or both of their Spring Equinox giveaways.
For those of you looking for other fun things to do online this week, I also invite you to visit Heroines of Fantasy. I'm up this week, for the first time in a couple months, with a somewhat confessionary post entitled Old Hobbit, New Hobbit. Fans (and foes) of Tolkien are especially welcome.
Good luck and may your equinox celebration be filled with magic!