This is my first blog hop experience and I thank Steven Parlato for letting me um, hop on in on it. On April 14th will be my turn, so stay tuned! Now you should go check out Steven’s post here.
Here’s his bio and his handsome pic:
Steven Parlato is a writer, illustrator and Assistant Professor of English at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Connecticut. An occasional actor, he’s played roles including MacBeth, The Scarecrow and Bambi’s dad, the Great Prince of the Forest. Steve’s poetry appears in journals including MARGIE, Borderlands, Freshwater, CT River Review and Peregrine. His debut YA manuscript, winner of the 2011 Tassy Walden Award for New Voices, was released January 18, 2013 by Merit Press as The Namesake. Recently, Kirkus called the novel a “memorable, disturbing story, carefully wrought.” Represented for fiction by Victoria Marini of Gelfman-Schneider Literary Agency, Steven is at work on his next YA novel. He’s a member of a YA author collective, Uncommon YA. Find him online at http://www.stevenparlato.com or on Twitter: @parlatowrites
Last Day to get your free $125 worth of writer’s tools and products!
Reminder: Today’s the last day to submit your receipt for How to Promote Your Children’s Book: Tips, Tricks, and Secrets to Create a Bestseller ! Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and receive $125 worth of awesomeness in writers ebooks, products and tools to support you as a writer. What?
Anyone who buys the book and submits the receipt to email@example.com through today, March 31 gets the following thank you bonuses:
- $40 coupon off my course, Video Idiot Boot Camp
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- The audio version of the first edition of the book
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That’s $125 in bonuses FREE for buying an eBook for the I’m-Thanking-My-Early-Adopters Price of $4.99. That price will be going up shortly. I wanted to reward my early adopters. I guess you could tell from the name.
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