Monday, March 23, 2015

The final stop for geeks and meet the villain plus Nick's cover reveal

Geek girl problem #893: It's the last day of the Geeky Dice & Debauchery Tour and you can't get enough geeky posts.

What a tour!
Three months of incredible fun. Thank you so much to all my wonderful hosts and to the readers that have been following me. You guys make it all worthwhile.

My final stop is at the steamy Decadent Kane's blog. I love her erotic elf series! I'll be talking about some of the things I learned during this tour about marketing erotica.

Update: Due to health issues, Decadent Kane will not be hosting me today. But if you would, please go to her blog and send good thoughts her way.

You still have time to enter the geeky giveaway below!

Prepare to meet the big, bad villain in Of Blood and Sorrow.
Be wary of her charms lest you be caught in her spider's web.
Click on over to the awesome Shannon Lawrence's blog for more.

a Rafflecopter giveaway
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I'm excited to be part of the marvelous Nick Wilford's cover reveal!
Isn't that wonderfully creepy?!

Title: A Change of Mind and Other Stories
Author: Nick Wilford
Genre: Contemporary speculative fiction
Cover Design: Rebekah Romani
Release Date: May 25th, 2015

A Change of Mind and Other Stories consists of a novella, four short stories and one flash fiction piece. This collection puts the extremes of human behaviour under the microscope with the help of lashings of dark humour, and includes four pieces previously published in Writer’s Muse magazine.

In A Change of Mind, Reuben is an office worker so meek and mild he puts up with daily bullying from his boorish male colleagues as if it’s just a normal part of his day. But when a stranger points him in the direction of a surgeon offering a revolutionary new procedure, he can’t pass up the chance to turn his life around.

But this isn’t your average surgeon. For a start, he operates alone in a small room above a mechanic’s. And he promises to alter his patients’ personality so they can be anything they want to be...

In Marissa, a man who is determined to find evidence of his girlfriend’s infidelity ends up wondering if he should have left well alone.

The Dog God finds a chink in the armour of a man with a megalomaniacal desire to take over the world.

In The Insomniac, a man who leads an obsessively regimented lifestyle on one hour’s sleep a night finds a disruption to his routine doesn’t work for him.

Hole In One sees a dedicated golfer achieving a lifelong ambition.

The Loner ends the collection on a note of hope as two family members try to rebuild their lives after they are torn apart by jealousy.

Nick Wilford is a writer and stay-at-home dad. Once a journalist, he now makes use of those rare times when the house is quiet to explore the realms of fiction, with a little freelance editing and formatting thrown in. When not working, he can usually be found spending time with his family or cleaning something. Nick is also the editor of Overcoming Adversity: An Anthology for Andrew. You can find him hanging out on his
blog or on Goodreads or Twitter.

Preorder Links: Amazon US, Amazon UK


  1. Hard to believe the D&D tour is over already! I'll have to remember to check out those guest posts of yours later... :)

    Also, congrats to Nick! His story collection sounds fantastic...

  2. Can't believe how long your tour was. You were so dedicated.

    And congrats to Nick. Love his cover.

  3. Great tour! I'll have Nick's post up tomorrow . . . I'm slow today. :)

  4. Congrats to your successful blog tour. And I hope Ms. Kane feels better.

    Nick's book sounds like it's full of very interesting stories. Definitely extreme!

  5. Congratulations to Nick!
    I did catch you at Shannon's blog. Will stop by and with Kane well.

  6. You are a tour goddess. Congrats to Nick and have fun with Blood and Sorrow travels.

  7. The end of your tour has arrived and you survivied. Woot!

    Sorry to hear about Decadent. Will stop over to spread well wishes.

    Nick's cover is blowing up all over the blogosphere. I'm loving it :-)

  8. 3 months! What a great tour you embarked on :-)

  9. Your tour rocked, Christine. Great job.

    Another congrats to Nick on his cover.

  10. 3 months! Phew, that's epic. Big congrats.

    And thank you for hosting my cover today!

  11. Thank you, everyone. It was a long three months. Would I do a tour that long again? No. I think two weeks might be the perfect length.


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