Adela’s Curse Blog Tour Kickoff!

Howdy!

Today is the day I’ve been looking forward to for weeks now! The blog tour for Adela’s Curse starts now! It’s going to be a busy week and there are plenty of awesome stops along the way!

You can find the full schedule here, or tune in every day as I post the day’s happenings. πŸ™‚

Today!

Fellow Scriptoriumite, Steph Gregory is hosting me for an interview where we chat a little about self publishing.

Morgan Huneke is providing the first review on the tour!

Head over to Shannon McDermott’s blog to read an excerpt from the book!

And Jack Lewis Baillot is introducing Damian over on her blog.


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Giveaway!

There will be 3 winners! Up for prizes are 2 copies of Adela’s Curse and 1 paperback copy of The Rise of Aredor which is celebrating its 2nd birthday on March 11!

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The paperback version of Adela’s Curse is available early on Amazon. The ebook will release tomorrow!

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8 thoughts on “Adela’s Curse Blog Tour Kickoff!

  1. Congrats on your newest release, Claire!

    For the giveaway, I haven’t read very many books that involve faeries. I read a book once that took place during the time of the Tudors and was kind of a fantastical historical fiction about Queen Elizabeth I and her interaction with the Seelie and Unseelie courts, which was quite entertaining. Also, the Dresden files usually include some interaction with the fae, which is fun. But other than that, I can’t think of any that are specifically about faeries. Your book sounds quite intriguing!

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    • Thanks, Jenelle!
      The Tudor book sounds really interesting! Since diving into the editing of the book and working on the sequels, I’ve discovered that I really am a sucker for fairy stories. πŸ™‚

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