The contest for a free copy of “Fall Down the Mountain,” hosted by Chris at Stumbling Over Chaos, has closed, and we have a winner!
Congrats, Otter, and may you enjoy your prize.
About that party — I’ve been thinking how to do it, and maybe the best way would be an LJ day, either on mine or the Torquere Social. That way, all the comments thread and no moderation would be needed. I’ll post the addy for ease of finding, and darn, I’d supply the chips and the beer if I could.
Fall Down the Mountain got its first review today, and it’s great! Jenre reviewed at Jessewave’s, and I just saw it — Whoot!
4.5 of 5! Here’s an excerpt:
Overall, I greatly enjoyed this book. I got a peek at how Jake and Kurt were doing, but more importantly, I got to see Mark have his happy ending – something I’ve wanted to read for months. If you liked the previous Mountain books then this one is a must. For those new to the series, you could read this as a stand-a-lone, as all the references to the previous book are explained in this book, but you would get more out of reading this book if you read Snow on the Mountain first. In fact if you haven’t read the series, then you should because they’re a fantastic set of books.
Thanks, Jenre! Read the rest of the a href=”http://www.reviewsbyjessewave.com/?p=25735″>review here or better yet, read the book here.
8/26/11 Jessewave got hacked, so link is disabled until they are healed.
Chris at Stumbling Over Chaos (she of the incredible linkety goodies) is hosting my book giveaway, and the big prize is a new shiny pdf of Fall Down the Mountain! Find the contest page here, or through one of the pingbacks scattered here and there on my blog posts.
Entry is easy – leave a comment on the post saying you want to enter, anytime between now and 7PM CDT on July 6. You could be the happy winner.
And now to explore leaving a pingback, a trick that has eluded me so far.
The clock is ticking on my third Mountain novel — Fall Down the Mountain will be coming out on Wednesday, June 23, from Torquere! Mark will be getting his day in the sun at last. He’d been left rather in the lurch in both “Snow” and “Mistletoe” and it’s time to let him have a chance.
This skiing novel should both cool you down and heat you up. Allan, a new character in the Mountain environment, has reason to notice Mark, a tall, lean ski patrol who’s big on responsibility but sometimes short on a sense of proportion. Jake and Kurt, whom you’ll remember from “Fire” and “Snow,” appear again; they’re Mark’s friends. Jorey Taylor turns up again, too — maybe he needs his own story.
More info and links as they come active!
I am so excited! My new novel, Fall Down the Mountain, which will be out in June, now has a face! Alessia has outdone herself here. I put the cover on my desktop, which for some reason cropped it, so I’m getting a close-up of the fellas kissing, which makes me go “aw”. The man on the right I’ve decided is Allan. He has his eyes closed, and he’s got the best eyelashes. The other man has phantom trees like ski goggles, and he’s taller, so he must be Mark.