I probably failed to mention here that I have a brand new Facebook author page. In my immense wisdom, I named my official page as my personal one, so…
Anyway, on my page I mostly post pics of handsome guys with fabulous abs, and if anything else fails to grab my audience’s attention, I’ll also post about adorable kittens. Today, I’ll give away an ecopy of one of my titles in exchange for likes and shares of my Facebook page. After the weekend, I’ll report for duty with the results.
The gist of it:
Giveaway Time! Alien abduction and love across the universe! Who wants an ecopy of Elios, my sweet, science fiction romance novel? Here are the rules:
1) Like my Facebook author page, and if you have already, share the giveaway with your friends
2) Invite your friends to like my page
3) That’s it!
Facebook is not responsible for this giveaway. I will announce the winner on Monday.
Or the ceaseless quest for that perfect image.
As it had already happened a few months ago when I published Prince at War, I hit the button to release Elios into the Amazon wild with a temporary cover. The image I wanted had the wrong measures and wouldn’t fit the required parameters.
The preliminary stock images I bought for the cover:
Image I wanted in the first place:
Alessandro Fiorini, my cover artist and miracle worker sent me a mix of the two:
I decided I had bothered Alessandro enough already, opened Corel Painter and added the lapis lazuli accent to Elios’s eyes, plus a little bit of turquoise here and there on the sky.
Gaia & Elios are finally out! To honor my loyal readers who have supported me above and beyond my expectations, both books will be $2.99 for two weeks, then they will go up to $5.99, their normal price. My first two romance/science fiction titles, Gaia and Elios are set between Greece, Italy, Seattle, and far away distant planets. Now, alien societies and Etruscans have something in common…
Four years in the making, but Elios’s & Gaia’s love story is finally out. A few minutes ago, I hit the publishing button for both books. Here are the covers by Alessandro Fiorini. Elios’s will be slightly changed, because I don’t like his eyebrows, but it’s a minor thing and it will do for a few days.