Ladies and gentlemen of the court, if it pleases you so, I (Rose Reid, for you poor unfortunate peasants who do not know who I am, yet are reading my blog anyway) intend to make my fabulous reappearance into the blogging world. If this so pleases you, I will be posting more reviews, accepting more books, and letting you know what is going on in the extremely overrated world of an author.
Doth it please the court?
Well, too bad! I’m back anyway!
Alright, enough what that nonsense, right?
I’m so excited to release The Swordmaster into this world, but I need everyone’s help to do it! If you run a blog and are interested in a PAPERBACK or MOBI copy of The Swordmaster in exchange for a review, please let me know! I’ll be taking offers over the next couple of weeks!
The Swordmaster will be officially released on August 30th, a little more than a month away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t go ahead and reserve your copy right now and have the book electronically delivered the SECOND it releases! Go to Amazon now to pre-order the prequel to Crown of Crimson!
So recently, I’ve been getting a lot of emails regarding the sequel to Crown of Crimson. Questions like, “When is the sequel coming out?” “What is the book called?” and, surprisingly the most asked question: “Is there going to be a love triangle in Book 2 of The Afterlight Chronicles?”
Wow, guys! There’s certainly a few people here that don’t care for love triangles. But you’re just going to have to wait and find out! I can’t release the name of the sequel until The Swordmaster has hit the shelves!
To the authors that have recently submitted your books for review, I’m getting to them! I’ve got so many wonderful books I need to jump on reading that I’m not sure when I’ll get to read them, but they’re on my list, rest assured!
If you haven’t received a confirmation email from me agreeing to read and give an honest review of your book, please do not expect me to review it! There are some books I just won’t take because I am fairly confident I won’t like it, and no one wants their book to get a bad review. It’s better to get no review at all, don’t you agree?
That’s all the time I have for today! I love you all!
What’s on your bookshelf?