My Debut on Great Indie Authors, by Mae Clair

Interesting thing about writing—you get to wear multiple hats. As an example, I just released a romantic suspense/mystery novel, MYTH AND MAGIC, through my publisher, Lyrical Press. But I’ve dabbled in indie publishing, too, and have two books to my name under that banner.

Book open on it's spine with rifled pagesToday, I am sharing one of them at Great Indie Authors, a fabulous blog I’ve recently discovered. The owner, Kevin Cooper, popped in on my blog one day to say hello and a whole new world opened up. Kev does a fabulous job promoting indie and small press authors. He’s also an author in his own right, a musician, and a cat lover (hello, Aragorn and Ricco!). Seriously, how can you go wrong with that? 😀

Today, Kev has given me the spotlight on his “Author Interview” feature. I’m so happy to be there and invite you over to see what we’re chatting about. Also to discover this super-supportive and friendly blogger for yourself. While you’re there, why not sign up to follow his blog? I’m so glad I did! 🙂

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In other news, today is the launch of book tour number two for MYTH AND MAGIC, this one through Goddess Fish. I’m just doing a straight book promo tour this time, otherwise I would have been spreading myself too thin (there are 11 stops on this tour), but I had to share the snazzy banner they made for me:

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If you need a refresher on what MYTH AND MAGIC is about, hop over to Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews, the first stop on my Goddess Fish book tour.

You can also find me at Mythical Books, today’s stop on my Pump Up Your Book tour.

And in case you’re wondering, I’m still waiting for someone to clone me 😉

Book Tour: Eclipse Lake by Mae Clair #mystery #romance

Tour banner for Eclipse Lake, a novel by Mae Clair, depicts a serene lake settingIt’s a new month, thus a perfect time to kick start a new event. Although my novel, ECLIPSE LAKE, was released last summer, I never ushered the release in with any fanfare. As a result, I thought it was high time to take it on a blog tour, and introduce others to Dane, Ellie, Jesse, and Jonah (among the colorful characters who populate my small rural town of Onyx, PA).

Today I am visiting Long and Short Reviews where I’m sharing a post on the importance of setting and what inspired me to create the communities surrounding Eclipse Lake. If you have a moment, please pop over and say hello.

You can also catch me throughout the month, at these blogs:

February 11: Sexy Adventures, Passionate Tales
February 11: Room With Books
February 18: Read Your Writes Book Reviews
February 19:  Shadows of the Past
February 23:  Jennifer Lowery
February 25: Jane Reads
February 25: LibriAmoriMiei 

Enter to win a $20 gift card to Amazon or Barnes and Noble. I’m awarding the card at the end of my tour, which runs through March, and is being organized by the great people at Goddess Fish Book Tours.

I hope to see you at Long and Short Reviews. Come share your thoughts on setting, and enter to win!