Still digging deep (& links)

I’m still in the Revision Cave, but am poking my head out for a bit of air.

There are so many things I should be linking to, re. giveaways and interviews for The Wood Queen, but right now everything feels sort of blurry. Also, I’m so deeply inhabiting Moth at the moment, I think I might start blogging in her freaking voice! (Oh, look. There I go. ;))

Okay, let’s give this a try:

My Turning Points post & giveaway at Nova Ren Suma’s blog is still running.

There’s an inteview & international giveaway at A Simple Love of Reading.

Another interview & giveaway at BelleBooks (this one is UK only).

Most people know that I have a general ‘policy’ of not linking to reviews, but this one made me so happy I thought I would share. Thanks so much to Essjay at My Favourite Books. Listen to this:

There are only two books on my Best Books of 2012 shelf on Good Reads and this is one of them. Bravo. This book both kicks ass and yet is full of beauty.


More links:

This one was a lot of fun. I wrote 14 Tips for Writing a Love Story for the Movellas website. I referenced Shakespeare and the Brontës, just to prove I iz literary.

And this last one was even more fun: I wrote a love letter from Xan to Donna for Vampire Book Club. Yeah, I know I already linked to it, but the giveaway is still open so why not?

Phew! I think that’s it for now. Oh, unless you count the fact that I now have a Pinterest account. *shifty eyes* Look, I even made a Falling to Ash inspiration board thingy.

Make with the clicky…

(I totally copied Nova with this, so I should give her credit.)

Anyway. Talking of Falling to Ash, I have to get back to work. See you soon!

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2 Responses to Still digging deep (& links)

  1. Sarah (Essjay) Bryars says:

    I meant every word 🙂

    Also, I didn’t know you could have separate boards on pininterest – that’s such a cool idea. I love tumblr but I really haven’t worked out how to keep some stuff bunched together for inspiration.

    • Kaz says:

      Thank you!

      And, yeah… re. Pinterest, it’s pretty good. I didn’t think I’d actually use it, but I can see it being sort of useful. Or, at the very least, a great tool for procrastination. 😉

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