Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Help Spread The Z Word!


My contest to promote my new release, The Z Word, is live! The best part, is no cost is involved. It's free, baby, free--at least on Smashwords (Amazon is charging 99 cents, so a heads up there).

The Z Word is the first book in the Apocalypse Babes series.

It's been said that a sure sign of the coming apocalypse is an 80s roller skate disco movie coming to DVD (with special features). In the science-fiction novel series Apocalypse Babes, a stylish group of twenty-something friends are torn from the Babylonian arms of 2006 West Hollywood and flung nearly thirty years into the past. It might be because one of them purchased the taboo film in a nostalgic moment, setting off a chain of events more disturbing than a roller skating conga line. They wake up in an apocalyptic but strangely familiar landscape, complete with a hidden mountain compound and retro survivalists, hinting at hidden and retro secrets they must face if they want to survive.

Book One follows Seffy Carter and her longtime friends Gareth, Addison and Lani. The four besties share a past dysfunctional and dark enough to keep them bound together under do-over identities. But rends develop in their relationships from the flesh-eating pressures of ending up in 1980, in a Montana desert, surrounded by zombies wearing dated disco duds
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If you want to help promote the book--tweet, leave a review, friend me on Face Book, etc, send an email to fireflypressbooks@gmail.com detailing the ways you promoted. Each action is worth points and you'll be sent a confirmation email with your total. The drawing will be in October by Random.org. See www.apocalypsebabes.com for all the details. Click on the contest sparkles.

First prize is a Juicy Couture tracksuit (tho the author cannot guarantee magical properties). Second prize is a bottle of Pink (Seffy's favorite, natch) perfume by Victoria's Secret, and third prize is a $25 Amazon gift card (more free books!).

So help spread The Z Word, like a zombie infecting a human--but in a good way!

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