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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

It's BLUE DIAMOND DELIVERY Launch Day!



Yayyyy! It's my Book Birthday!

Welcome to the world, Blue Diamond Delivery, Book 2 of the Webrid Chronicles!


Cake, anyone? (No, I didn't make this adorable alien cake, but I am making the Blue Diamond Cupcakes for my live launch party on Saturday, June 29. If you're in NYC and would like to come, please RSVP on the Facebook Event Page.)




Here's what you'll find in BLUE DIAMOND DELIVERY:

Webrid is a carter. He’s also the savior of the world. Is it so much to ask that he get a break, and get to enjoy the simple things in life―like booze and babes―without being asked to drop everything and save the day? Again?

All Webrid has to do is make one simple delivery to prevent the planets of the Raralt Circle from cracking to pieces. How hard could that be? Unfortunately, to complete this “simple” job he has to drag his reluctant carcass to a mining planet with intense gravity, to the horrifically fashion-obsessed planet Prellga, and across the Redfire Desert on his home planet of Bexilla. All he really wants to do is sit at home on his couch.


Join Webrid, Stravin, and Zatell as they stagger into another nail-biting, spit-taking adventure to save the world, whether they feel like it or not. 

You can buy BLUE DIAMOND DELIVERY in print or digital form directly from the publisher, Candlemark & Gleam.

You can buy it on Amazon.

You can buy it at Barnes & Noble.

What's that? You've never read Book 1 of the Webrid Chronicles? Click here to learn about Green Light Delivery.

I've got a blog tour going on, during which you can meet the characters and learn about how I made the weird world of the Raralt Planetary Circle. Click here to see the complete Blue Diamond Delivery Blog Tour schedule.

Thanks for coming to my online launch party!

10 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Anne! Sorry I'm not in New York to come to the earthly launch party! Best of luck with the book sales.

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  2. Congratulations, Anne. I regret that I am unable to get to New York on the 29th, so I shan't be making your launch party.

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    1. That's exactly why I'm having an online party, Basil, so everyone can stop by!

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    1. And thanks again, Katie! Looking forward to stopping by your next online launch party to congratulate YOU.

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  4. Congrats on the launch, Anne! I hope Webrid enjoys his mega adventure, though I hear he'd rather crash on his couch ... hehe. That above is a yummy-looking cake.

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