Big hugs to my lovely fellow Here Be Magic authors. Even as you read this, they’re choosing the (out of date) music for a month-long party. We mightn’t be hipsters, but we’re fun, our conversation is loud and improper, our laughter is worse 😉 and there are PRIZES! Details below:
The Carina Press authors at the Here Be Magic blog are having a month-long party for readers and aspiring authors, and we’re giving away all kinds of treats to celebrate Halloween. For example, our grand prize is a Kindle Fire HD or Nook HD (winner’s choice).
Our special prize for this week is a meet and greet with Carina authors at the New Jersey Romance Writers Put Your Heart in a Book Conference Oct. 12 – 13 in Iselin, NJ. Our own Ruth A. Casie is graciously organizing this feature for us, and she wanted to extend an open invitation to any other CP authors in the tri-state (NY, NJ, CT) area to come – if not to the conference – at least to the public programs, which are free. If you’re interested in learning more, please contact Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be happy to hear from you.
This is our promo for this giveaway:
Meet Here Be Magic author Ruth A. Casie and other Carina Press authors, including Christi Barth, Marie Force, Adrienne Giordano, Stephanie Julian, Taryn Kincaid, Eliza Knight, and K.A. Mitchell at the New Jersey Romance Writers Put Your Heart in a Book Conference Oct. 12 – 13 in Iselin, NJ. The Carina Press authors will spend up to 30 minutes answering the winner and a guest’s questions about their books, the publishing industry and anything else romance. Meet them outside the Diamond Ballroom at 3:30 on Saturday, Oct 13. You are welcome to attend Lady Jane’s Salon NYC™ where you can listen to authors read excerpts from their books. Following meeting the Carina Press authors you are welcome to attend the author signing and literacy book fair with over 60 authors participating.
It sounds like it will be a lot of fun. You can check out our other giveaway offerings at
Today, you can find me answering questions over at Monique McDonell’s blog
. It was nice to have a chance to reflect on my writing journey. Often I’m too obsessed just rushing along it.