I know what ails you — you haven’t had a chance to pick up a copy of my book. Well by golly, I have the cure!
Please take a minute to sign up for my Goodreads giveaway. Already have a copy? Sign up anyway and get the next birthday or corporate manufactured holiday gift out of the way. Give the gift that keeps on giving…a copy of Leather to the Corinthians.
Once you’ve secured your entry, do me a solid and share this contest via the highly-monitored social media platform of your choice. You have my eternal gratitude.
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I’ll be heading down to the Boca Raton area for a Leather to the Corinthians book signing on June 8. Come join me at Docking Bay 94 Comics and Games from 3-6pm.
On a personal note, I spent 5 years teaching at West Boca Raton HS so I’m really looking forward to seeing some of my old students and colleagues. Hope to see you there as well.
My first post-release interview! I like this author thing, I think I’ll keep it.
The other day I was honored to have the opportunity to talk to Lynda Haviland, a fantastic author and blogger. She put me over the coals and made me answer the tough questions. I barely made it out of the interview alive.
Fortunately, there is now permanent record of the events that transpired. Head over to LyndaHaviland.com to read the transcript of my interrogation and get a chance to win a FREE ebook version of Leather to the Corinthians.
See you there!
As I go further down the blogging hole, I am finding more places to plant my flag. This afternoon, I went ahead and set up my GoodReads profile and rated a crap load of books. About 200. Good start. I know its been around for a while, but I just hadn’t thought much of it. Glad I joined up, as there are places to post your writing, and of course, get good recommendations for books to pick up. Although I have only so much time in the day, I figure a few minutes on GoodReads in the morning can’t hurt.
If you have a Good Reads profile, hit me up: Tom Lucas on GoodReads
I’m also going to try to throw in a review whenever I can. For my first, I chose The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood. I’m going for small capsule reviews, I don’t have time to write essays and why force people to read them.
Here’s my first review:
The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It’s the second book in a trilogy, but only god and Atwood know when that third book is coming out. I’d like to frakking know! Atwood does a great job of taking every bit of ugly that you can find in modern first world living, turns the knobs a bit, and steps back. Her future is our future, no doubt.
The Year of the Flood is literary when it needs to be, and crass when it has to be.
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