Monday, April 4, 2011

Alien in the Monday

Happy Monday!

Well, this is a big week, and, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, it's starting off in a BIG way! Lots of cool and fun to get to, so let's roll!

First off, the yap is large and in charge, yapping about A-C life and other tidbits, over at The Book Pushers. There's also a giveaway of one of any, that's right, ANY book in the series -- "Touched by an Alien", "Alien Tango", or "Alien in the Family".

Next, check out My 5 Monkeys, where not only is there a review of "Alien in the Family", but also a chance to win "Alien in the Family".

Speaking of reviews, we have a flurry of great new ones for "Alien in the Family". Head over to Book Lovers, Inc., Hanging with Bells, and A Buckeye Girl Reads to get their takes on Book 3. Remember that A Buckeye Girl Reads is also giving away a copy of either "Touched by an Alien" or "Alien Tango" connected to her interview with Kitty and Chuckie.

Then, head over to The Galaxy Express for a good in-depth roundup of this month's SFR releases, and hit Literary Escapism for a listing of more coming in April.

That's it for today, but there's a lot coming, including a big release party at Bitten By Books for "Alien in the Family" that includes some awesome giveaways...tomorrow! RSVP now to get extra chances to win!

So, stay tuned, li'l gangstas, and I'll see you at the same Alien Bat Time, Same Alien Bat Channel!


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Blogger Brandy said...

The Galaxy Express is a daily read for me, so I've seen the list of new releases. I'll be sure to check out the other links as well!

April 4, 2011 at 5:16 PM  
Blogger Gini Koch said...

Great taste in regular reading, Brandy, not that I ever had a doubt!

April 4, 2011 at 7:00 PM  
Blogger ducknme said...

I just read your book "Touched by an Alien" and am off to get the next one. I LOVED the read!

I just have one question, and perhaps this is not the proper place to ask, but I'm not sure where else to go. If the ACs come from a planet that is that warm and has two suns why are they not dark-skinned? Like African people?
I know, I know; it's fiction. But for some reason that detail bothered me.

Thanks again for the Awesome read!

April 5, 2011 at 11:37 AM  
Blogger Gini Koch said...

@ducknme - so glad you enjoyed the book, and great question! If you don't mind, I'd like to put that up under the Ask Gini! section of the website (on the Extra Me! page) so that it's there for all to see.

April 5, 2011 at 1:19 PM  

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