Quite by accident, I realized that today, April 8th, is the one-year anniversary of the publication of my first book. On this day in 2012, Brothers In Arms was released (the first time, anyway). It’s kind of a fun coincidence that the first (and completely unplanned!) sequel is being released this Friday, the 12th.
If you have not yet discovered the genius that is Brothers In Arms, Book #1 of The Recon Diaries, now is your chance to enter to an e-book copy.
A couple of months ago, I very publicly declared I would not be attending Gay Romance Literature (GRL) in Atlanta, this year. I still have issues with the event that go beyond one poorly-worded announcement. However, it was pointed out to me that GRL is the one place, this year, where several people whose company I enjoy will all be. It’s not practical or affordable to make individual trips to visit with each person I would like see. I’d like to, though!
So, I registered for GRL this past weekend. Obviously, I registered as a reader, so I won’t be on any panels, doing any readings, or sitting at any signing tables. I will, however, be at all the evening parties.
I have to rethink my plans for swag and for providing autographed print books to those of you who want them. I had planned to start selling a batch of Lucas and Noah’s dog tags on my website, as well as taking pre-orders for signed copies of Strength of the Pack, so I would know how many copies to order. Obviously now, some of you who are going to GRL and would have ordered one or both of these items now, will now probably wait until GRL. It’s also probably time that I have dog tags made for Jonah and Kellan, as well.
This all makes one thing a little easier now: those of you coming to GRL from outside of the U.S., who have emailed me about finding a way to get signed copies of SotP to the event for you to pick up, now only need to track me down!
Since not everyone is going to GRL, I’ll still set up my website to buy dog tags and pre-order signed copies of SotP. I’ll also have those available at GRL, if you want to track me down. Finding me isn’t difficult, either. I’m easy to spot once you know what you’re looking for. And I mean that in a good way.