Join Samhain Publishing and its authors as we celebrate Reader Appreciation Week July 10th through July 16th.
Be prepared to add to your wish list as authors share excerpts from a variety of genres including romance, fantasy and suspense.
Come to chat, come to win one (or two) of the MANY prizes being offered throughout the week, come to chat with your favorite authors and make new friends.
Monday through Friday, authors will pop in to the Samhain Cafe throughout the day to chat, share excerpts and blurbs from their books and post contests.
Each day is dedicated to specific genres of fiction/romance.
Monday July 10th - Suspense/Mystery/Thriller
Tuesday July 11th - Fantasy/Sci-Fi-Futuristic
Wednesday July 12th - Paranormal
Thursday July 13th - Historical/Western
Friday July 14th - Contemporary/Chick Lit/Comedy
Saturday July 15th and Sunday July 16th , two authors every hour will share blurbs, prizes and excerpts.
The party starts at 9 eastern and goes until 9pm Saturday and Sunday so be prepared for non-stop action on these days!
You can sign up for the fun at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/samhaincafe/?yguid=272155036
This event will take place on the Samhain Cafe, not the chatroom, so beprepared for a high volume of emails. You can choose to go digest, no mail or special notices and read and participate directly from the board, if you are someone who doesn't like a large number of emails to come through your inbox.
We look forward to seeing everyone and helping us celebrate thefabulousness that is our readers!
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