Wednesday, December 4, 2013

The power of the paperback: reports from the road (plus, a #giveaway)

I've been a bit quiet around here lately--apologies for that. After the release of Double Vision: Code Name 711, I spent a lot of time doing school visits, book signings, and telling everyone who would listen about the book, and how cool George Washington is.

It's been fun. I'm happy to say that the world has a few more Linc readers. And I learned lots of new things while on the road, like that should always bring extra books, a sweater (that airconditioning can be crankin', y'all), and a lot of bookmarks.

One surprise was how fast the paperback of the first book sold! And it makes sense: you want to start a series at the beginning, plus paperbacks are easy on the wallet. I had a lot of people buy Double Vision as a stockingstuffer (how cool, huh?).

Which made me think it might be fun to do one last giveaway for the year. I like to play Santa...

a Rafflecopter giveaway

U.S. only, please, because of postage.

Happy reading, all!


  1. My daughter would love this book (and I confess I'll probably read it after she's done.)

  2. That's great, Fleur. I am hoping by next year, Kevin will be ready for this series.

  3. Can't wait to hear all about Linc and your life as an author during our January Twitterview! #HICM

  4. Great news, Fleur! I hope the books sales numbers keep going up. About learning on the road, I agree, nothing broadens the mind like travel.

  5. So true, Prashant--I love to travel for that reason.