1. Blog Tour
You can enter the giveaway on any of those blogs or by clicking here until 11:59 PM EST on Dec. 24, 2021.
A haunted teen outcast & her snarky ghost outwit monsters, enforcers & the scars of their stolen past in a race to expose a (un)deadly conspiracy in this award-winning #gothic #YA #Fantasy👻💀✨— K.A. Wiggins finished Spooky MG for #NaNoWriMo👻 (@kaiespace) December 21, 2021
Enter to win hardcover edition: https://t.co/MNGFprhrwt#BookGiveaway #BookTwitter pic.twitter.com/jd9Uq0yZS7
And here come the blogs! I’ll link to the ones with custom content (guest blog or interview) below.
- Dec 20 – Bonus: Q&A on Humor in Books, and Other Places, Too! at K.R.R. Lockhaven
- Dec 17 – Interview at Girl with Pen
- Dec 15 – Guest post on Horror, but make it Fantasy at Jazzy Book Reviews
- Dec 14 – Interview at Books, Tea, Healthy Me
- Dec 9 – Interview at Gina Rae Mitchell
- Dec 9 – Interview at The Bookshelf Scout
- Dec 7 – Guest post on Read Spooky Not Scary! at StoreyBook Reviews
- Dec 6 – Guest post on Designing the Future at Character Madness and Musings
- Dec 2 – Guest post on Chasing Nightmares at Westveil Publishing
- Dec 1 – Interview at Cover Lover Book Review
- Nov 30 – Interview at booking.with.janelle
- Nov 29 – Guest post on Monsters, Towers, and Lost Girls at GivernyReads
- Nov 26 – Guest post on Horror and Faith at Splashes of Joy
- Nov 26 - Guest post on Reclaiming Monsters and Magic at Locks, Hooks and Books
OP: Oct. 29
I’ve got a blog tour coming up for Blind the Eyes (as a result of winning the Page Turner Awards tour prize last year) so I’ll have a bunch of interviews and blogs for you to check out in late November to early December.
I also just wanted to offer, if there are any bloggers among my readers who want to get in on the fun (and take advantage of the free content), you can check out all the details and sign up here.
And there’ll be another chance to win a special edition hardcover coming as part of the tour!
So, uh, this went shockingly well? About 55k words in the first 11 days of the month over 45-50 hours and a messy zero draft is born! In unrelated news, why do my hands hurt???
OP: Oct. 29
If you’ve never stumbled across National Novel Writing Month before, it’s a now-international challenge to write a novel (or rather, 50,000 words of one) in the month of November. I tried it out way back in the dark days of 2020 and produced most of Burn the Skies, wrapping up the Threads of Dreams series.
This year I’ve got something a little different in mind . . .