Sharing is caring threads are so popular on Facebook! I try to have one each week and interact on as many others as I can. It’s a great way to get some free promotion and to network with others. The cover of this post is one I borrowed from my friend Erin Crocker.
I have so many different things to promote, it’s crazy. Writing Bad, Pixie Forest, my own stuff, and my friends! Yes, I know I don’t NEED to promote other people, but I am going to. Especially when I know how busy or stressed they are and don’t have the time. I do have time soooo *shrug* (Actively ignoring my messy house)
Do you participate in any SIC threads or promotion groups? If so let me know where! Here is my shameless plug for the day, please check out at least one of the links!
Pixie Forest Publishing is an independent publisher that was created with writers in mind. We have one published anthology, Love Dust, featuring 12 authors. Our current call for submissions is for modern fantasy. We have a holiday writing contest going right now as well.
We also offer monthly book boxes full of indie books and swag. Info about November’s Mystery Box is on our website! www.pixieforestpublishing.com
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Author of international award winning book Synchronicity and the CockyTales anthology, Erin was also a contestant on NailedIt on Netflix! Follow below!
Award winning YA Dystopian series, The Culling Book one: 150 years after a virus wipes out most of the world’s population, Reagan Scott finds herself chosen for the State of the Union’s fifth Culling. She will compete against 49 of the country’s brightest girls. And then, of course, there are the 50 boys. She’ll have to pair up with one for her shot at becoming the next Presidential Couple.
Though the government truly means well, not everything is as it seems. She will be tested to the fullest extent while an evil storm brews.
With eliminations happening frequently, how far can she make it? And if she makes it far enough to meet the boys, how can she be expected to, at just 18 years of age, find a partner… for life? Does she have what it takes to be the next Madam President?
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