The Flux: How To Get A Signed Copy, How To Help My New Book Out

Last week, I put up a static page on my site called How To Get A Signed Copy Of My Book, but I don’t think I put up a blog entry to mention it – which means if you’re on LiveJournal or just missed the new link at the side of my site, you missed it.

So, uh, here’s how you get a signed copy of my book.  I’ll happily sign but the process takes a couple of weeks – so if you’d like to get a signed copy of either Flex or The Flux for Christmas, I’d start ASAP.  (As it is, I went down to Loganberry to sign my pile and there were three people who hadn’t paid yet.  They wouldn’t let me sign ’em.)

Also, The Flux – being a sequel – is getting a lot less PR-love than Flex, which is a shame because I think it’s a better novel.  But the industry focuses in on newness, and getting the word out for Book #2 is exactly as hard as I’d heard.

So as a reminder, if you liked The Flux and want to help it out, then you can do the thing that helps literally every author with their book:

Leave a review.

Reviews on Amazon and Goodreads seem to work best, but B&N also helps.  Doesn’t have to be a huge review; two sentences and a star rating help every book you adored.  And they even help the books you hated!  (In this age of computerized recommendations, keeping a loathed book out of the hands of People Like You is indeed a valuable service!)

(And if you wanted to take a moment to leave two or three reviews for other authors you liked, that would be good karma all around.  Which reminds me, I have to finish up my review for Michelle Belanger’s A Conspiracy of Angels, but in the meantime you should probably check it out.)

Anyway, so that’s enough author-tweedling.  I’m prepping to go to the Geeky Kink Event this weekend, so if you’re there, you’ll see the awesome Flex-themed cookies I’ve got planned!  If not, then hey, I’ll catch you around.

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