Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Tag Me Contest Continues!... And a Release Day...

First off, a big thanks to the ladies who helped me get the ball rolling on the brainstorming/giveaway that is the Tag Me contest!

And to demonstrate my thanks... THE WINNERS! Congratulations to Kelly & Kali! You've both won print copies of Serengeti Sins! Just email me at vivi@viviandrews.com with your snail mail address and I'll get your booky goodness in the post to you straightaway.

Our work here is not yet done, darlings. Some options we've hit on thus far:

Love without limits... from sizzling shifters to quirky comedies. (AKA, the old one - massively lame)

I write the naughty so that you don't have to. (So cute! Though writing naughty isn't exactly a chore... wink, wink)

Making paranormal warm and fuzzy since 2009
(Cute huh? Some are warm and fuzzy feeling and some are... you know, lions, so hot and furry, right? Hee hee. I do love a double meaning. Or perhaps, making paranormal romance fun and furry since 2009?)

When it comes to love, expect the unexpected.

Love hurts... but laughter is the best medicine.

What do you think? Does one of those win your vote? Keep your brains storming and if you think of more tagline options, you can post them any time in the next two weeks for more goodies and prizes. (Though every day I'll have other stuff going on too, and you can always comment on that stuff too for more prizey goodness.)

You know what else is going on today? Serengeti Sins is arriving in bookstores. It's HEEEEEERE! That's right. You can get your touchable, smellable, petable, lickable (not advised as it makes the books kinda sticky) copy now!

Once love catches fire, no mere force of nature can hold it back.

Serengeti Storm

Bred to be the Alpha’s consort, Shana seethes when he chooses another mate. Standing between her and her destined place is Caleb, the royal enforcer. Her former lover.

Assigned to keep the she-cat in line, Caleb must use his body to save her from herself. Now if only he can save his battered heart from the volcanic desire that never went dormant.

Serengeti Lightning

Logic—and her biological clock—means Mara must cross Michael off her list of potential mates. His rare genetic malady disqualifies her delicious sex buddy as daddy material.

Slink away while she steps into the arms of another man? No way. The tricky part will be convincing his over-analytical lover to listen to her heart.

Serengeti Sunrise

Zoe has a bad case of wanderlust…and the hots for commitment-shy Tyler, who sets her on fire one second, then walks away the next.

When Zoe demands a no-strings affair, temptation wins and Tyler finds himself thinking mine. But Zoe’s plan to hit the road doesn’t include white picket fences…

Check it out from Amazon :: B&N :: Samhain.

Admittedly, I've been a little slow out of the gate with my fanfare on this release, but since all these stories came out in ebook previously this one feels more like an add-on than a newbie, you know? And I feel like all my reader peeps are internet-y folks who have their Kindles & Nooks surgically welded to their hands and how do you even hold one of those archaic paper book things if you have to put down your ereader to do it, amirite? And yet, they are so fun to pet and coddle, so now, if you are of the paper book inclination, TODAY, RIGHT THIS INSTANT, you can get yourself a lovely, coddle-able copy. Don't delay!

TODAY: One commenter will receive their choice of any of my books - ebook or petable print.

5 comments:

Kali said...

Yay! Thanks Vivi!!!

elaing8 said...

Congrats on the print release

Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal said...

*dances around*
Thank you!

Brenda Hyde said...

Congrats ladies!

I like:
Making paranormal romance warm and fuzzy since 2009

LOL It's catchy and funny.

I LOVE the cover for Serengeti Sins:)

carly m. said...

Not only is my e-reader surgically welded to my hand...my smartphone is welded to the other so I can read two e-books at once!

I'm a fan of "making paranormal romance warm and fuzzy since 2009" though I don't think it quite captures the quirky humor angle. I'll stick my thinking cap on though.