The Goodreads Best Books of 2020 Contest!

Just what it says on the tin. Here’s the link: and if you want to go ahead and write in FROZEN DREAMS under the Fantasy category I’m certainly not going to stop you*. As they say: it’s just an honor to be self-nominated.

Moe Lane

*Although A Deadly Education was… dear God but that was a good book. I read it something like three times in a row. I can’t wait for the sequel. :pause: Okay, yes, I’m arguing against interest but there’s no shame in losing anything to Naomi Novik.

The FROZEN DREAMS Goodreads Giveaway / Cornbread Challenge!

I don’t know why these work, but they do.

Anyway, here’s the challenge: I have a Goodreads Giveaway drive going: if I get nine more orders on the Backerkit store for a signed copy of FROZEN DREAMS, I will do a Goodreads Giveaway for five more signed copies. AND! If I get those orders in before the end of the month, I will make this recipe!

(Backerkit store link)

Blasphemous as it might be for having sugar in it.

The Goodreads Giveaway is 10% completed!

As you might recall, I am doing a giveaway drive. If I get ten (now nine!) more physical book sales from Backerkit, I will give away five physical books on Goodreads. Exciting, yes? Link for the Backerkit store here. $10 and $30 tiers only, alas.

Also: consider signing up for my mailing list for future updates! We’ve got things coming up this fall and winter, so it’s even reasonable!

Announcing a FROZEN DREAMS Giveaway Challenge!

It’s a little complicated, but it goes like this: as soon as I get ten new physical orders for FROZEN DREAMS (either the $10 physical signed copy or the $30 Post-Kickstarter tiers) in the pre-order store, I will do a Goodreads giveaway of five copies of the print book! …All right, so it isn’t very complicated. Still, it’s a giveaway, hey?

Moe Lane

PS: This is gonna be the pre-order store, not Amazon. My original book budget assumed more in the way of physical conventions; I gotta get some of this stock out the door.

PPS: I’m not in the hole for anything; those books are sunk costs. I mostly would like to stop using underneath the dining room table for storage space.