Nominate my friends on Kindle Scout!

I’ve already tweeted about this, but it deserves its own blog post. Since I was being lazy yesterday, and playing Runescape instead of reviewing one of the books I’ve read over the last month or so, it’s time for me to get off my duff and write something. After all, a blog needs content right? After I send my ships out on missions… No, right now!

Geez, I’m so bossy! (Meg agrees.) Who’s this Meg? Why does her opinion about the degree of my bossiness matter? These are all great questions. (No one is asking these questions, you just want to pad your word count. Get on with the post, man!) Okay, okay, fine.

Meg Mac Donald is a writer friend of mine from around Flint, Michigan. She’s a classy lady who has written a noblebright fantasy series, and the first book is campaigning for a publishing contract from Kindle Press. Hey, I heard you sigh, and saw you roll your eyes. It’s not a big deal for you to spend two and a half minutes for you to log in with the Amazon account that I know you already have, and click on the nominate button. Besides, you’ll get to see the awesome watercolor cover thing I did for her. The name of the story is Wolf’s Oath, and you’ll get a free copy of it at publication if you nominate and it’s selected.

Well, more like four minutes, because you’re also going to nominate my other writer friend’s book on Kindle Scout too. He goes by L. Fergus, but we call him Linn. It works out pretty well, since that’s his first name. Linn hails from the state of Florida, and he has drafted about 27 books about an anti-heroine fallen angel named Kita. I could actually count the stories by just counting the covers I’ve designed for Linn, but I’m in a hurry to crank this blog post out before heading to work. I’ll just cut-and-paste the last line of the preceding paragraph: The name of the story is Rebirth, and you’ll get a free copy of it at publication if you nominate and it’s selected.

If you really feel like dedicating some more time and nominating another book, then I’ve got another campaign going on as well. It’s the next Sixteen Sunsets story, and features cover art by comic book artist extraordinaire, Joel Cotejar. I’m not sure if Joel knows or not, but I’ve got him down for the art for book three in January or Febuary. Anyway, many of you have already read the rough draft here on the blog. I had to password-protect all the posts to comply with Kindle Scout rules. Anyway, if you have an open nomination, add me to the list. Otherwise make sure you nominate Linn and Meg. I’m not worried if they get nominations and I don’t. I just want to see my friends succeed. Oh, Moonrise is the name of my book on Kindle Scout.

Linn and Meg are on Facebook, but since I don’t do the book of faces, I can’t post on their walls or whatever. So I’m relying on you all to share Meg’s and Linn’s campaigns on Facebook, twitter, and all the other things.

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About Mark Gardner

Mark Gardner lives in northern Arizona with his wife, three children and a pair of spoiled dogs. Mark holds a degrees in Computer Systems and Applications and Applied Human Behavior. View all posts by Mark Gardner

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