Goodreads Contest Winners and More News!
There are lots of things going on right now, and I (Christopher) wanted to let our friends and fans know the latest news. We have another book signing coming up next Saturday, we have winners to announce for our Goodreads contest for Morrigan’s Brood: Crone of War, a contest winner of Morrigan’s Brood wrote a wonderful review, and we have some other tidbits of news to share.
Book Signing at the Last Concert Cafe as Part of Houston Pagan Pride Day
Triscelle Publishing will be hosting Heather Poinsett Dunbar and I at Houston Pagan Pride Day, which this year will be held at Last Concert Cafe; the address is 1403 Nance St. Houston, TX 77002. The event will take place Saturday, October 9, from 12:00 Noon until 12:00 midnight, though we might not be there so late. Come stop by our tent, buy a book, get it signed, or just chat.
Goodreads Contest Winners of Morrigan’s Brood: Crone of War
It is my pleasure to announce the winners of the Goodreads Morrigan’s Brood: Crone of War contest. Out of the 929 people who entered the contest, the following three are the winners:
- Lisa Carol Clevenger
- Jacqui Manning
- Stephanie Stasolla
Congratulations winners! Your prizes should be sent out this Monday. For those who did not win, we plan to start another Goodreads contest in conjunction with our book signing next weekend, so stay tuned!
New Review of Morrigan’s Brood
Some of you may not know, but when readers enter Goodreads contests, they agree that as a condition of entering, should they win, they would write a review. I don’t know if all winners write reviews, but I am very happy when they do. Hannah Thackeray, who recently won a copy of Morrigan’s Brood from a Goodreads contest, wrote a wonderful review of the book. I am not only happy that she wrote a wonderful review, I am also happy that people who read the books, whether they like them or not, are providing honest feedback. Believe it or not, writers listen to that feedback, and the smart ones take it into consideration when writing the next one.
If you loved it, liked it, thought it was meh, or just hated it, please chime in; we can take it. There is also a certain notoriety reviewing a book – people looking up that book or that author will see your review. Authors like me might even post links to it. Some reviews find themselves on the back covers of novels, with the permission of the reviewer, of course. So please, chime in if you wish, good or bad.
We have ordered about 500 posters of Khanada Taylor’s beautiful cover art for Morrigan’s Brood. Some of these will be in the form of a numbered set signed by the artist. We will announce prices soon. We have a few more pieces of news, but I think it will be best to bring those up in another post.