Good morning and Happy Tuesday!!
Authors, share your books and feel free to chat about them, or chat about other authors’ books. (Each week the location of the lines I request will change. You may share info from the same book each week, or you can choose a different one.)
Readers, enjoy the tidbits and such, feel free to comment…like…follow…buy, etc.
WARNING: Some content might be graphic and/or offensive to some
It’s simple to join in… Authors, choose any of your books (one book per author per week, please), and share the following in the comments:
- Title and genre
- From any page that ends with the digit five, such as 5, 15, 25, 35, etc. (any version, Word Doc, Print, Kindle, etc), from the 16th line, share three sentences. (You can choose to share sentences that comes before or after, if part of the sentence is on the chosen line-see example below)
- Share a fun or interesting fact about the book, the characters, the setting, etc.
- List ONE buy link
- List your Twitter and FB Fan/Author pages so everyone can like/follow
- Optional – List the price of your book, especially if it’s on sale!
Example – For the below, if I were choosing the second line, I would use the entire sentence, the words before and after for this line: ‘…a red torrent, draining my life as I screamed in…’
If I were using line 5, I could either use the ‘Where had that come from’ line or the ‘For such a’ line, and I would use an entire sentence.
Don’t worry that the line might not be all that engaging, or that it might not make much sense. This is all for fun and to share a glimpse of you and your stories. I’ll be sharing one of my books in the comments so you can see how it’s done. 😀
A new post with a new location goes up every Tuesday…have fun!
One response to “Tuesday’s Tantalizing Tidbits & Teasers – May 16, 2017”
I’m sharing from my new release, The Bastard’s Iberian Bride, a full-length Regency romance, specially priced at 99 cents for a couple more weeks.
Here’s a snippet (3 sentences)from page 15:
He leveled a long look at her eyes glittering in the sharp light like the Baltic amber earrings she’d seen on a visiting lady at services on Easter Sunday. Perhaps their circumstances called for an introduction, but it was wiser to remain anonymous. And he hadn’t offered his name either.
Fun fact: there’s a trip to Gretna Green in this story.
Buy link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071D52388
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My Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlinaKField
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