Erin & I are currently gearing up for what feels like a wall of releases: Room 1024 (April 8), a BDSM M/M/M/M novelette; “Adjunct Hell” in Young Love, Old Hearts (May 1); Midsummer (a date in May to be announced soon); Phoenix (June 10); and Twelfth Night (likely in August); and with even more to come!
While we type away on over 60 blog posts for those various tours (so if you have a topic you’d like us to address, do let us know!), we do have a few fun things to share with you now.
First up, to get ready for the release of Phoenix, we’re doing another giveaway for a paperback copy of Starling over at Goodreads. You can enter between now and June 3. Must be over 18 and in the U.S., Canada, or the U.K. to enter and/or win.
We’d also like to remind LiLA fans (and anyone else) that if they sign up to our mailing list (just drop your email address in the field at right), you’ll get our once monthly newsletter (it’s the only time we email you and we never share your information), which includes information on upcoming releases, and starting on April 1, a free short-short story. April’s will be about LiLA’s Liam and Victor; May’s will be about Alex and Gemma.
Next, this Friday, there will be a “blog blast” for Room 1024. Our blog tour will actually start on release day, but on April 3, you’ll be able to get previews of the story, enter for a chance to win a copy, and, I think, check out some advance reviews. We’ll post links to all of the sites and the contest details on Friday morning.
We also have some fun guest posts coming up here from authors both in the M/M romance and gay lit spaces. If you’re interested in us hosting you on your blog tour, just drop to email@example.com — we’ll happily accept most books on the LGBTQ+ spectrum (romance and otherwise), and are open to non-LGBTQ+ books if they really excite us and/or help to promote diverse romance.
Finally, if you are in NYC, don’t forget to visit us at the 7th Annual New York Rainbow Book Fair on April 18th, from 12-6pm. We’ll be selling paperbacks of the LiLA books, Best Gay Romance 2015, Racheline’s lesbian werewolf novella, and more!