We are so excited about the response at Goodreads.com to our offer of 10 signed copies of Resorting to Murder by Gail Hulnick. The contest closed at midnight last night -- and 1,161 readers requested the book! The people at Goodreads will send us the information for the winners and we will ship those books off in the next few weeks... with fingers crossed that the other 1,151 will step up to buy it!
Deciding that we should never be too busy to celebrate . . .
The (virtual) Launch Party for our second novel Resorting to Murder
is a go!
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
5 to 6 p.m. EDT, 2 to 5 p.m. PDT, and everywhen in between
On your computer, tablet, or smartphone screen
Visit our website www.windwordgroup.com, where you can let us know you’ve arrived by sending in a Contact Form on the Contact page.
Drop in for a minute (and 140 characters), or for the full hour!
(and of course, drop in afterward at any time that’s convenient for you. There will probably be a few appies and virtual nibbles left!)
Please add yourself to my tweet Followers list.
All attendees will be eligible to be added to the Guest List for the in-person, real-deal Launch Party that may or may not happen in the future for the next book, and may or may not feature champagne, fine cuisine, a five-star location, and a six-figure door prize!
What if a celebrity chef-tycoon mysteriously disappeared while on vacation at a Caribbean resort? That’s the question that gets things cooking in Resorting to Murder, which we’re launching next Tuesday, June 6. People have been asking about plans for a party but we hadn’t really considered it. It’s challenging—you’re there and I’m here. And is there enough time? I’m hoping to finish two more novels this year, maybe three, and I’m writing and practicing as much as I can.
But it would be fun to do something to celebrate. The whole world lives a lot of life online these days—could it be a virtual party? Have it on Twitter or Instagram in real time with electronic drinks, photos of appies and canapés, and some music? Would probably have to check out the ASCAP and SOCAN rules on this—so, maybe no music, maybe just reading from the book.
Where would I find some really nice, royalty-free photos of jerk chicken, shrimp roti and callaloo? What exactly would an “electronic drink” be?
Maybe there’s another way to celebrate the first day of publishing a new book? Read an old favorite?
What would you do?
The launch party idea isn’t on next week’s menu yet but if it does happen, you’re all invited!