It’s not too late!

The authors of If the Fates Allow have wound down our virtual blog tour, but it’s not too late to visit and see what we had to say. Posts are linked below and every visits provides an opportunity to sign up for our rafflecopter giveaway: $25 gift card to Interlude Press or an e-book copy of If the Fates Allow.

Nov. 24: Lilah Suzanne visited Joyfully Jay to talk about pet adoption at the holidays

Nov. 28: I joined 2 Chicks Obsessed and mused about holiday baking and traditions

Nov. 29: Killian Brewer visited Parker Williams and talks about the necessary ingredients for a perfect holiday

Nov. 30: Pene Henson stopped by Book Reviews Express to share the importance of location, especially for those in the queer community during the holidays

Dec. 1: Lilah Suzanne talked to the folks @ BFD Book Blog about less traditional holiday experiences.

Dec. 4: Pene Henson joined From Top to Bottom Reviews to talk about the deep bonds within the queer community

Dec. 5: I made an appearance on Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words to talk about the importance of inclusivity at libraries, especially small town libraries.

Dec. 6: Erin Finnegan visited Diverse Readers and considered the holiday trope of curmudgeons.

Dec. 7: Killian Brewer was up again to talk to the folks at Bayou Book Junkie and how Christmas traditions informed his characters in his short story “Gracious Living Magazine Says it Must Be a Live Tree.”

Standing Under the Mistletoe Tour – where we talked about our favorite romance activity: kissing.

Dec. 4: Killian Brewer @ Happily Ever After/USA  Today shared his favorite literary kisses via fairy tales, and of course, The Princess Bride

Dec. 5: Pene Henson was at Book Smugglers talking about her favorite literary kisses and what they meant to her as a reader.

Dec. 6: Erin Finnegan joined LGBTQ Reads and continued her theme of grumps and curmudgeons and how the perfect kiss can set them on the right course.

Dec. 7: Lilah Suzanne visited All About Romance,  and talked about the rom com and how they feed her stories–and the ultimate kiss.

Dec. 8: And finally, it was my turn, joining the amazing people at The Mary Sue to talk about one favorite literary kiss–that lasts the entirety of the book.

THIS WEEK we’ll be visiting our own Interlude Press site to read excerpts from our stories. You don’t want to miss that!


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