Jun. 6th, 2017 08:15 am
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Both pennames have a book up for grabs this week in the summer party at The Romance Reviews. On Tuesday (US east coast time) Storm Duffy's short story "A Collision with Reality" is one of the daily prizes, and on Wednesday Jules Jones's Spindrift is one of the daily prizes. There are lots of other prizes over the course of June, so anyone looking for a free romance read should head over there.
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The Romance Reviews is running a Summer Party all month with lots of giveaways each day, and an ongoing contest where you can rack up points each day for a bigger prize. I've got a copy of Nice Tie up for grabs in today's giveaway - scroll down to question 13. Yes, it's a multiple-choice question, but since the answer's in the blurb for the book, it's not exactly difficult. :-)
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A reminder that The Romance Reviews is hosting a month-long summer party starting today, with the opportunity to win different books every day, and a month long competition with a grand prize of a $100 gift certificate. You'll need to be a member of the forum and logged in to enter, but it's not difficult to set up an account. More info here:
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Big book giveaway throughout June at The Romance Reviews, including a giveaway from me on June 23. The summer party is fun from both sides of the writing desk, and I usually find one or two books I want. More details at the events page, but at the moment over 350 authors signed up for giveaways.
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I've been interviewed at the Prism Book Alliance blog, and along with that, there's a prize draw for a copy of "And if I offered thee a bargain" and a $10 Musa voucher, plus 30% off the book at Musa's website today.

The interview is a little incoherent, what with having had a migraine at the time. :-/
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Full details of the Loose Id short story competition are now up at their website:

5000-7,000 words erotic romance, all genres and orientations (including poly), closing date 1 March.

Prizes are publishing contracts for the top two entries, VIP club membership or gift certificates for the semi-finalists, and smaller gift certificates for the quarter-finalists. Now, I don't go for slushpiles dressed up as contests, but in this case the contest really does give you something you won't get simply by submitting over the transom, which is the chance to cold-submit a short story -- Loose Id does not normally accept short stories except from authors it already publishes in novella/novel length, and not many of those.
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I don't know anything more than the press release copied below, but Loose Id is holding a short story competition:

College hoops aren't for everyone.
Which is why Loose Id's hosting its very own March Madness.

* Unleash your imagination with the hottest short stories you can dream up: completed stories of 5000-7500 words of scorching erotic fiction that meets Loose Id's general submissions guidelines.

* Stories will be due by March 1, 2008. You may enter as many stories as you like. Employees and family and roommates of Loose Id employees are not eligible.

* Entries will initially be judged by the Loose Id Staff and a Sweet Sixteen chosen.

* Excerpts will be made available to Loose Id readers for voting with the top entry in each bracket moving on to the next round.

* Winner to be announced April 16, 2008.

Watch for details of the submission process, voting and prizes to be announced on or before February 20, 2008.

Bored with the hoopla?
Stimulate your spring with March Madness from Loose Id.


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