Are you a book review blogger? Do you like steamy high-fantasy romance? Now you can get book two of the Convergence series as a free ARC in exchange for a review. Haven’t read Torn Apart Book 1 yet? Book 1 is also free right now! Get them both in either epub, mobi, or pdf from NetGalley, Prolific Works, or Booksprout.
Additional information: Pre-orders begin 4/2/19. Official launch 5/4/19. If you review for your blog, please also submit your review to Goodreads as it really helps an author out. Reviews submitted to Goodreads or posted on blogs are appreciated before launch but also still welcome after the book has been officially released.
NOTE: If you’ve already bought or read book 1 or 2 of Convergence and enjoyed the series, please considering heading over to Goodreads (Book 1/Book 2) or Amazon (Book 1) and leaving a review. As an indie author, every review is appreciated, and it helps to promote the success of the series, and it allows me to continue to keep writing the stories you love.
Fun fact, I have consistently kept a planner ever since I was 13 years old. Nevermind how old I am now, but let’s just say I’ve been keeping a planner for a very long time. (God, I’m old!). For countless ages…er I mean years, I always kept my schedule organized in a paper planner that I carried on my person wherever I went. (Usually lovingly customized with fiesta colored pens, random doodles, and bizarre stickers, but dammit that’s how I rocked!). Then in 2015, I decided it was time to give up my beloved paper planner which took up space and added weight to my already overloaded purse, and I decided to keep my schedule digitally on the planner widget that came with my Samsung phone. From 2015 until recently, that was the only planner I carried.
As a writer, there are certain things I love; libraries, the smell of books, old typewriters, stationery, leather-bound journals, and pens.
God, I love me some nice ass pens.
Admittedly, I do almost all my writing on my computer, like most writers these days, but I still leap at any chance to use pens and stationery. Hell, I still write snail mail, just because it’s more fun and personal than email. It’s so exciting to get a REAL letter in the mail, instead of the usual credit card offers, bills, and retail flyers. (I hate that crap).
Because of my love for office supplies, I am what is known as a pen snob. And of all the many, many different types and brands of pens, I’ve tried. I would have to say Pilot’s Varsity pens are my absolute favorite.