Okay, folks. I have ARCs of LAMENT to give away. Well, almost. They’re winging their way through the postal system to me and will be here within days (I had to give away my last one to high schoolers — you can see in the photo that the loss was painful to me). Two of these beauties are going to blog readers and I have used my animal cunning to devise a way to distribute them.
If you’d like to be in the running for an ARC of LAMENT, here’s the deal. You have to read all of June’s fiction up at Merry Sisters of Fate (stop whining, it’s only nine stories under 1200 words each) and then leave a comment here, at my personal blog (
), or at
, or at my art blog. Tell me which story you like the best and why so I know that you read it (and if you just pick one randomly and comment, I will so hex you). And then I will use a random number generator to pick two of the commentors to have brand new baby read-it-before-you-can-buy-it-Laments.
And in case you’re wondering what this LAMENT thing is about, here’s a blurb: Dee Monaghan is a painfully shy but gifted musician. She’s about to find out she’s a Cloverhand — someone who can see faeries. When a mysterious boy enters her ordinary suburban life, seemingly out of nowhere, Dee finds herself infatuated. Sucks that he’s a faerie assassin, and she’s his next mark.
Basically, Dee’s life is a lot like a lot of real-life teens’ experiences — except hers has homicidal faeries, make-out sessions with a hot soulless guy, and more four-leaf clovers than a box of Lucky Charms. It’s good times. You know you want it.
ETA: I’m doing the drawing on Friday, June 27th!