Thursday, November 14, 2013

The AWESOMENESS Continues...

Is there such a thing as too much of a good thing? I'm an advocate of moderation in all things, except for the overwhelming awesomeness of this tour! Huge thanks again go out to all the wonderful people helping. 

What is that? You haven't heard of MOONLESS?

MOONLESS is Jane Eyre meets Supernatural.

"MOONLESS is powerful, compelling, and packed with soul." --Bethany Kaczmarek, editor at A Little Red, Inc. 

"I fell head over heels for the characters." --TC Mckee, BookFish Books 

"Power-packed action, heart stopping mystery, unpredictable twists and turns..." --I Am a Reader Not a Writer

Buy MOONLESS HERE or add it on Goodreads.

Special Events: 

Mystery Sentence Game: Unravel the mystery of the Moonless night! Hidden in each of the 8 blog tour excerpts is a single word. Gather all 8 and figure out the sentence to win a free copy of Moonless. Send your mystery sentence to crystal (AT) crystal-collier.com with the subject MYSTERY SENTENCE before December 10, 2013, and you will be entered to win one of 10 copies of MOONLESS—just in time for Christmas. Happy hunting!

Truth or Lie Game: It's Writerly Wednesday on STERIODS! (Minus the Wednesdays...and the steroids.) You'll have 6 chances to guess the lie and win a copy of MOONLESS. Each post has different truths and lies, so here's a chance to really test your human lie detector skills. Winners will be announced here December 11th. Are you a human lie detector?

TODAY:



Cathrina Constantine shares Excerpt #4 in the Mystery Sentence Game.

D.L. Hammons unearths the story of how MOONLESS came to be.

A short "get to know you" and Excerpt #3 in the Mystery Sentence Game with Libby Heily.

The BLOG RING OF POWER with T.W. Fendley. How do you brand a book that doesn't fit beautifully in a shiny prefabricated genre package?

Are you playing the Mystery Sentence Game? What is one thing you could never get enough of?

Oh, and enter my giveaway, eh?

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29 comments:

  1. Your empathy for the Philippines really touched my heart, so much so that I thought, Umm, someone with this much sensitivity must have written a lovely book. So, I bought Moonless. It's on my Kindle Cloud Reader -- and, wow, I know it's going to be terrific: Your opening sentence is pure genius. Great job, Crystal!

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    1. Oh my goodness, thank you, Kittie. *warm fuzzies*

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  2. Moonless is definitely at the top of my TBR. It looks/sounds simply amazing!

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  3. Congratulations! Sounds like an excellent read.

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  4. Huzzah for Moonless! Forsooth!

    Errrr, umm... Sorry -- I just came from some of the Realms Faire blogs...

    But my message is the same: I wish you tremendous success with what looks like an amazing book!!!!!

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    1. LOL! I would be there myself if I wasn't otherwise occupied. Thank you for the wishes, Chris. =)

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  5. Good luck with MOONLESS. I couldn't read your words due to the color of the font against the background. Is anyone else having this problem? :-(

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    1. Dark grey on white? That's really strange. I haven't heard anyone else having issues, but I'll have to look into it. Thanks for the heads up.

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  6. Moderation in cheese? I wouldn't have thought that of you.

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  7. As a nod to you, I'm eating cheese as I read your blog today. : )

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  8. Congratulations on Moonless. Although I'm more into fantasy than romance, the book sounds interesting.

    BTW, I having some difficulty reading your blog posts too. The grey background kind of comes and goes with every refresh, leaving only your starry sky as the background. Don't think it's anything you can fix though.

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    1. Apparently Internet Explorer is throwing a fit today. Here's hoping it gets resolved.

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  9. Very exciting! The cover is amazing. Congratulations :)

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  10. Yep, I think I might have to splurge and buy Moonless this weekend! I was trying to wait for Christmas (you know, gift card season!), but I CANNOT STAND IT! LOL
    The excerpts are killing me!
    Your diabolical plan has worked... LOLOL!!!

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    1. LOL!!! Well, you can always give copies to friends for Christmas. ;)

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  11. You are rolling on this blog tour!

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  12. So many links! Off to check them out. :)

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  13. Moonless sounds enchanting and seems like a must-read! Thanks for sharing all of the wonderful information here. I've signed up for your news letter and a chance to win your book! Christmas is coming so I might even snag a couple of copies up myself as gifts.

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Hit me with your cheese!