Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Stuff & Free Stuff

Hi again! How's everyone's week going? Mine's been pretty productive so far. Since I popped in here last week, I've completed the third/final edits for two different stories - SANDY SHORE (CP) and MOON CHASE (FP). I'm very excited about both of them. Not sure about release dates, though.

I also finished the third draft for my novel. So, I even managed to meet my self-imposed deadline of finishing it by the end of June. The word count rose a little more. It ended up @ 86,846 words.

So, I'm going to dedicate the rest of the week to catching up on a bunch of stuff. I've fallen behind on a bit. Today I filled out some forms I owed to one of my publishers, put together my July newsletter, set up an LJ account and even managed to get caught up with my blogging. Phew. I've still got a few other things I'd like to get done before the end of the week.

But anyway, lately, I've been finding a lot of free stuff over the internet. And by free stuff, I mean free eBooks. They're a fantastic promo idea, and I intend to offer some myself soon - if I can work out how to make a cover. Lol. But anyway, if you visited my blog on Friday, I mentioned a few things there.

The other day, while checking out some blogs, I stumbled on this. If you sign up here, you can get a free download of the Sherrilyn Kenyon book, Seize the Night. Now, I have to admit that I've never read anything by Sherrilyn but I've heard great things about her. So, I'm looking forward to reading this. Oh, and also, if you go here and sign up with Tor.com, you'll get a free download every week. I've gotten two already.

Both of these offers are definitely worth taking up. I hope you check them out.




Blogger Emma Petersen said...

Wow. You've been really busy Yolanda. I'll defintely be checking out your website Friday. *grin*

July 2, 2008 at 11:58 AM  
Blogger Yolanda Sfetsos said...

Lol Emma. The other free eBooks I mentioned, I posted about last Friday. :) Nothing free from me yet, I gotta sort it all out first. Lol.

July 2, 2008 at 3:15 PM  
Blogger Eliza Gayle said...

Well, if you haven't read SK yet, then Seize the Night is not a bad one to start with. Sure its the middle of the series but its the one that got me hooked and had me going back and reading the whole series.

Valerius from Seize The Night is still my favorite Dark Hunter.

Although right now everyone is panting for the August book because its the very long awaited story of Acheron.

If you have any interest in Greek Mythology you might really like them.

July 4, 2008 at 5:26 AM  
Blogger Yolanda Sfetsos said...

Thanks Eliza. And you know what? I do happen to like Greek mythology. :)

July 8, 2008 at 12:49 AM  

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