Giveaway winner, #ROW80, Free stories

Isn’t that the super snazziest blog title ever! 🙂 

1. Artemis Rising Blog Tour Giveaway Winner (Phew!) – Congrats to Naomi H. ! Artemis Rising by Cheri Lasota is on its way. I know you’ll enjoy it!

2. Unfavorable is done! Uh, sort of.  The story is finished, but it still needs an epilogue. I’m having my proofreader/BFF read through it tonight and after I get her notes I’ll figure out how the epilogue is going to go. I have a general idea, but if I end up changing the ending…I like the ending, but I need her opinion. I’m not sure I made the right choice and am too close to it.  Anyway, the epilogue hinges on what happens at the end, obviously, so once I know what it’s going to be I can go from there.  I’ve got beta readers set up for the beginning of next week and I hope to have Unfavorable published by the 18th.

And then the Day of Sacrifice series will be complete!!  It’s going to be sweet having two series under my belt, let me tell ya.

3. Speaking of…Day of Sacrifice is free on Amazon, BN, Smashwords, iTunes, etc. right now. Even if you’ve read it, it would be great if you could download a fresh copy so that it gets lower in the bestsellers ranks and gets more exposure.

Alas, this is how self-published authors get their name (or names in my case) out there! I would be most grateful.

I’ve also added a new short story to my Free Reads section on this site. Surprise, Surprise is from the Indelibles In His Eyes anthology that we put out around Valentine’s Day. The whole anthology is free, if you’re looking for some awesome YA short stories told from a male POV.

Happy reading and writing!

Author: Stacey Wallace

Stacey Wallace is the author of The Retroact Saga, Day of Sacrifice Omnibus, Open Door Love Story series, and multiple short stories. Her latest novel, Her Other Life, is a stand-alone novel of magical realism.

4 thoughts

  1. Hi Stacey! Glad to hear you’re almost finished with your Day of Sacrifice series. I’m sure it feels awesome to have two complete series. It’s a great feeling to put yourself into something, and then let it go once it’s published, to be whatever it will be. I know I love checking one off my list! Good luck with your release and all!

  2. Thank you! I’m sad to see the series go because I learned a lot about what and how I want to write from the stories.But I’m also ready to move on and write full-length novels again. There will definitely be a blog post about DoS in my future!

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