Sunday, April 24, 2011

Easter Roundup

Happy Easter! Hope all who celebrate have and had a wonderful Easter Sunday, and that those who don't had a lovely weekend. It's been a long while with radio silence, but I'm home and back in action. So to speak.

As my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, there's a LOT to catch up on, however, so we're gonna roll right into it. Get ready to click some links, 'cause boy, do we have a lot of eggs in this here basket!

But first, and the main reason I couldn't wait to send this out to you -- I checked when I got home and *drum roll, please* "Alien in the Family" hit the Barnes & Noble bestseller list, at #43, in its first week of release! *Let the happy dancing begin!* Thanks to all of YOU who made that happen!

Now, for the links. First off, let's check out the Yap and where it's been running, shall we? Hit DAW Books Community and check out the next Dueling Authors interview with moi and the ever-awesome Joshua Palmatier. Then head to 1st Turning Point for my latest rant, ah, OpEd piece. Missed the Yap Running Live over at Bookish Escapism? Fret not. The recording is up at Literary Escapism so have a listen! Yes, I do drop, if not spoilers, a variety of hints of things to come.

Now for the reviews. Lots of great new reviews have come in! Check out what Ramblings From a Chaotic Mind, Nancy McGregor's Big Bad Blog, and Cookies, Books and Bikes thought of "Touched by an Alien".

Then, check out what Ramblings From a Chaotic Mind has to say about "Alien Tango".

Last, but in no way least, go see what Tempting Persephone, The Bookaholic Cat, and Monsters and Critics have to say about "Alien in the Family".

Lots more coming, including my NYC roundup and related Hook Me Up! exclusive contest (because I went somewhere, so you knew there was gonna be a contest coming), but that's more than enough for now. For now, I need to go eat some ears off a chocolate bunny.

Love,
Gini

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6 Comments:

Blogger Brandy said...

Can't wait to hear about your NYC trip! Hope you had a nice Easter!

April 25, 2011 at 7:18 PM  
Blogger Gini Koch said...

Our Easter was wonderful, Brandy. Hope yours was, too! NYC was great (would have been better if you'd been with us, but I know, I can't have everything. :-D)

April 26, 2011 at 12:05 AM  
Anonymous Mrs. Chuckie Reynolds said...

I got Alien in the Family as my Easter gift. I just started reading and so far, my favorite page is 57!! I LOVE IT!!! And I love Kitty!!! I need to keep that weapon in mind, it would come in handy :)
Oh and with Chuckie's description. Yeah, I need my own Chuckie (or a good clone ;])

April 26, 2011 at 9:08 AM  
Blogger Gini Koch said...

LOL, Mrs. CR...is that a clone request? (You know you have but to ask...) So glad you're enjoying the book!

April 28, 2011 at 11:29 AM  
Anonymous Mrs. Chuckie Reynolds said...

It's not a request, it's a demand. I'm begging. Please might I have my own Chuckie. He's no Martini, but from what I hear from Kitty, he's the human equivalent, and that's good enough for me. :)

I'm allergic to cats, is Poof fur anything like cat fur, if not, I want a Poof! :)

I'm having too much fun reading. But I'm doing it slowly because December is too far away!

So, Gini, can I start writing the screenplay for "Touched by an Alien?"

:)

May 5, 2011 at 4:08 PM  
Anonymous Mrs. Chuckie Reynolds said...

It's not a request, it's a demand. I'm begging. Please might I have my own Chuckie. He's no Martini, but from what I hear from Kitty, he's the human equivalent, and that's good enough for me. :)

I'm allergic to cats, is Poof fur anything like cat fur, if not, I want a Poof! :)

I'm having too much fun reading. But I'm doing it slowly because December is too far away!

So, Gini, can I start writing the screenplay for "Touched by an Alien?"

:)

May 5, 2011 at 4:08 PM  

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