Free Read kicks off the Elysian Fields Tour (and Big G*veaways!)

The virtual tour for Elysian Fields kicks off today with a rare Saturday post. At Bittersweet Enchantment today, I have a free read up called “Danger: Curves Ahead”–just a little, short-short slice of life. In this piece, DJ and Alex settle up a bet.

Leave a comment, and enter the Rafflecopter giveaway for a chance at the tour-wide prizes: one Apple iPad 2 [although the winner also may pick a Kindle 8.9-inch HD or, for international entrants, a $250 shopping spree at Book Depository or other online retailer of choice].

And a special thanks today to Miki at Lecture toute une Aventure for the review, which she got up just in time for the last few hours of the $2.99 special on the ebook of Royal Street! And, as she notes, I do still have the Jean Lafitte story, “Jackson Square,” up on this website (see tab above). I will keep it up through August.

Now…go read a story!

This entry was posted in Blog by Suzanne Johnson. Bookmark the permalink.

About Suzanne Johnson

Author of urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and suspense. As Suzanne Johnson, she is the author of the Sentinels of New Orleans urban fantasy series (Royal Street; River Road: Elysian Fields, Pirate's Alley, Belle Chasse, Frenchmen Street (March 2018). Writing as Susannah Sandlin, she is the author of the Penton Legacy series (Redemption; Absolution; Omega; Storm Force; Allegiance; ILLUMINATION); The Collectors series (Lovely, Dark, and Deep; Deadly, Calm, and Cold); and the Wilds of the Bayou series (Wild Man's Curse; Black Diamond).

5 thoughts on “Free Read kicks off the Elysian Fields Tour (and Big G*veaways!)

  1. ^^ Thank you a lot for having prepared such a great blog tour for us! it starts ” sur les chapeaux de roues”^^

  2. Ha, yes it does!

    In the United States, there are “Red Hat Society” clubs in just about every city of any size–it’s for women over 50 (or at least it was originally, I think). They all wear red hats to their meetings to have tea, or talk about books, or whatever. The name came from a poem by Jenny Joseph that read: “When I am an old woman I shall wear purple, with a red hat that doesn’t go.”