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The Prousting of Samuelle Calder
Day 7 of the Veins Blog Tour

September 11th, 2014

Sam CalderI hope you grabbed your copy of Veins while the e-book edition was on sale for $0.99 at FEAmazonBarnes & Noble, and Kobo. The sale has officially ended, but a check of the sites indicates that the discount is still listed at all but Kobo . . . so there’s still time (though I can’t say how much). If you want a copy, now’s the time.

Today, the Veins virtual tour concludes with another Proustian interview at the website of writer Kristina Elyse Butke. This time Kristina interviews Samuelle Calder, who has a major role in Veins  and Vipers.

You can read the complete interview at KristinaElyseButke.com.

Illustration: “Sam Calder” by Star E. Olson, Copyright © Star E. Olson. All Rights Reserved. The illustration appears in both the print and e-book edition of Veins

 


The Prousting of Axle
Day 1 of the Veins Blog Tour

September 5th, 2014

Axle from VEINS by Lawrence C Connolly

If you’ve been thinking about reading Veins, now’s the time to grab a copy. For the next five days, the ebook edition will be on sale for $0.99 at Fantasist Enterprises, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo.

To coincide with the sale, I’ll be doing a series of guest blogs and events at some of my favorite websites, starting today with one at kristinaelysebutke.com. Kristina is an educator as well as a writer, and her site is both informative and entertaining. Recently, she launched a series in which characters from novels respond to Proustian questions.

Today, Axle (from Veins) gets to respond. You can see what he has to say by going to kristinaelysebutke.com.

Illustration: “Axle” by Star E. Olson, Copyright © Star E. Olson. All Rights Reserved. The illustration appears in both the print and e-book edition of Veins