It's a busy day today, with lots going on here and at the Blah, Blah, Blah Blog. I'd actually have shared some of this yesterday, but, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, much of my day was spent fighting with Big Pharma (I'd like to call the fight a draw, though the hubs felt I was battered enough that lunch out MIDWEEK was considered a necessity) and I needed to rest and regroup my mojo. (My mojo says it's just fine, now, thanks, and suggests we get to the cool stuff on hand for today.)
First off, we have an interview with newly minted author and Captain of the Galaxy Express Heather Massey. (Click the link or merely scroll down to the post below this one.) Not only is Heather tons of fun to chat with, she's also giving away two copies of her ebook release, "Once Upon a Time in Space". Head over, have a fun read, find out why Ralph and the Iguanas shall be the name of my imaginary rock band from now on, leave a comment and get entered to win!
Once you're entered, check out what Larissa's Bookish Life has to say about "Alien in the Family." Then see what Tempting Persephone suggests as Chuckie's theme (and see a wickedly hot shot of Matt Bomer, just there as an extra), and get entered to win a copy of "Alien Tango".
Reminder for those in the PA/NJ/NY area: I'll be on the east coast for a large chunk of April. Full details to come very soon, but hoping to see as many of you as possible! If you'll be in that area from April 9-21, let me know so we can make plans to get together!
And last but in no way least, the TFOB Stuffed Penguin Winner is...
Congrats, Jessica! Consolation to all who entered but didn't win -- another contest will always be right around the corner.
Note: Winner has until Monday, March 28th to send me an email with physical address, confirming the win, or the prize will go back to the Gods of Random to make a new winner selection.
Until next time, keep on keeping on, and have a great rest of the week!
Labels: Alien in the Family, Alien Tango, gini koch, Heather Massey, Hook Me Up, Larissa's Bookish Life, Once Upon a Time in Space, Penguin, Tempting Persephone, The Galaxy Express, Touched by an Alien