I'm a newly published author of a couple erotic romance ebooks and I'm knee deep in the promotion end of things. The writing and finding a publisher was so much easier. =P
Anyway, I'm participating in "The Next Big Thing" blog hop and I'm looking for a few authors who might be interested in joining this blog hop. It's a very simple hop that requires you to interview yourself (10 short questions) and then point your readers to other author sites.
If anyone is interested or would like more information please don't hesitate to ask
Please Keep Writing I believe that You are Good Writer .All the Best
Thank you, berojgaarnews! Your support means a lot and I have every intention of continuing to write
Hah, I feel your pain. It's hard to find five people that meet all the criteria, even if you are fine with going out of your genre.
It's definitely more difficult than I anticipated, but I'm determined to do this
Sure, I am interested...
Please email me at: email@example.com and I'll send you all the details
If I qualify, I'd like to give it a shot
Hi, austinhealy! Please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you the details
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