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Saturday, October 25, 2014

"Intelligent, multi-layered thriller" The Demon Stone by Christopher Datta #99cents #horror



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Friday, October 24, 2014

#Follow these Masquerade Train Passengers. Board the train to get more followers yourself.



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I'm a maid, accountant, and shape-shifting witch. Flirting With Fire by @LaylaTarar #paranormal



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Thursday, October 23, 2014

If you were a member of our review crew, you could read any of these books.



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"A delightful romance with a twist" No Perfect Secret by @JackieWeger #mystery #free



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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Advertising Options from the Masquerade Crew






Label it: if it's GMO we want to know - how about you?



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Her New Release, Trespass - syndicated post from @MarlaAMadison



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Trespass 

TJ Peacock & Lisa Rayburn Mysteries
Book 2

By Marla Madison 

Genre: suspense/mystery
TJ discovers a link between a home explosion, a murder, and a series of invasions. 

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The following was originally posted on Marla Madison's blog, which you can read here.

Today my blog is the first ten pages of my newly released suspense novel, Trespass, next in the Private Investigator TJ Peacock & therapist Lisa Rayburn series, available now on Amazon.com.

Here is a brief synopsis. I hope you’ll find the story intriguing.

A deadly house explosion nearby lures investigator TJ Peacock to the site of the fire where she meets Gemma, a woman tortured by the death of a friend who died in the explosion.
Gemma, struggling with the ghosts of her past, is convinced the explosion was deliberate, and hires TJ to find out who murdered her friend. TJ takes the case and returns to the work she loves, despite feeling guilty about the responsibilities of motherhood and the attitude of her long-time lover, Detective Richard Conlin.
When a series of attacks and a murder take place in the same neighborhood, TJ unearths a bizarre connection to a sixteen-year-old double suicide of a couple who were partnered in a swingers’ group. A killer is trying to eliminate everyone who had been players in the group.

"Absolutely Freaking Amazing" The Species Within by @Kim_L_Clark #free #fantasy



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Her dangerous mission may just save him. THE REBEL TRAP by @lanceerlick #SciFi



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Can she find a way to help Morgan?

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Sign up for our next Scavenger Hunt and help us give away a Kindle Fire



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A few details about our Scavenger Hunt (with Kindle Fire giveaway)



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What you get when you order Scavenger Hunt 2.0
(The $65 option)


  • Deluxe Promo Post (promoted on Twitter) — $30 
    • Give away copies of your book (print or digital)
    • Give away a gift card or some other cash prize
    • Since you are providing (and shipping) the prize(s), you may give away just about anything.
    • The above giveaway options have to be administered by us, not a third party, including yourself. This is so we have total control over when the promo/event runs, to coincide with the rest of the hunt.
  • Interview Post (promoted on Twitter) — $15 
  • Emails to the Masquerade Crew Book Club — $5 
    • Book featured in an email to book club members that are interested in your book's genre. May be combined with other Scavenger Hunt books from the same genre.
    • All Scavenger Hunt books will be featured in another email to the entire book club.
  • Book featured in a Scavenger Hunt post — $15 
    • Scavenger Hunt question about your promo post
    • Scavenger Hunt question about your interview post
  • $10 of your fee will go toward the purchase of a Kindle Fire for one grand winner.

And if you add up all the prices for the individual services, the total is $75. However, when bundled all together (the only option), the final price is $65. 

Because the Scavenger Hunt will not start until there are enough authors to fund the purchase of a Kindle Fire, there will be no announced start date ahead of time for each Scavenger Hunt. Once there are enough books, I will start posting each of the promo and interview posts. 

Once all of these are live, a Scavenger Hunt post featuring all the books and the questions will be posted. This post going live will officially start the hunt. All participating authors will be emailed once this happens. Emails prior to this may happen but are not guaranteed.

Scavenger Hunt Questions and Answers

In the past I had authors come up with their own questions, but with the new format, we'll have to do that ourselves. The reason for this is simple: the hunt doesn't stop with the questions (and answers). The answers will lead to a secret message—thus, we have to be choosy with the answers. This message, in turn, will be a clue to a final word or phrase.

Here's a simple example. Let's say the following ten words are the answers to ten scavenger hunt questions. With each word is a clue letter (bold and large in this case).

ANDREW
MODEL
CLOTH
FAST
QUACK
UNIVERSAL
AREA
RED
PREFIX

The clue letters create a phrase which is a clue for a final answer. In this case, the clue phrase is "Not Square" which leads to the answer of "Round."

Players of the hunt would be able to turn in the phrase "Not Square" for a certain number of chances at the Kindle Fire being given away. However, if they solve the puzzle and turn in the word "Round," they would get even more chances at the giveaway.

The riddles or puzzles I use for the real hunts hopefully won't have more than one answer. For example, the above clue could lead to the following words: circle, rectangle, etc... Of course, I'll be the final judge if someone produces an answer I hadn't thought of. To hopefully alleviate this, I may give them the number of characters in the final answer. Time will see.

Granted, the preceding example was very simple. For starters, ten words means there were only 5 books involved. I won't even consider putting together a hunt unless there are at least 10 books, and more books are even more ideal.

The final answer will be challenging but not impossible—or at least that's my goal. In any case, the purpose will be to entertain players as they peruse your books. If people have fun playing a game with your book and interview in the background, that will lead to more lasting impressions. And if they win a Kindle Fire, icing on the cake!

Sign up for our next Scavenger Hunt: click HERE.
(And there's more info about the hunt on the sign up page)


We want your bite size tips to tweet. #writingtips



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"Brilliantly creepy" Tea Cups & Tiger Claws by Timothy Patrick #saga



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Dana recalls a scene that was difficult to write. #interview with @DanaLeipold



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Abuse or an uncertain future. Burnt Edges by @DanaLeipold #womensfiction



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Sunday, October 19, 2014

4 stars: The Love in a Hopeless Place Collection by @EmmaCalin #romance #review



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Until My Soul Gets It Right by Karen Wojcik Berner #contemporary #review



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"Will make your knees weak" Opposing Sides by @cm_doporto #romance #free



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21 #99cent books for your reading pleasure.




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