Got October Promotions? We’ve Got October Ad Options!
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Articles / October 4, 2019

Hey, guess what?! Chicken posterior! And, also, a reminder and happy heads up! If you’ve got a new book, a boxed set, a discounted title, or some backlist releases you’d like to promote, we have advertisement options for you! The site survives in part because of advertisements from and for this community, so thank you in advance for your support! What’s open? Glad you asked! What’s available? Desktop and mobile advertisement for week-long and month-long bookings starting at $80. For-every-budget spots that start at $50. Email me with your budget target and I can craft you a proposal. I’ve been doing several lately, and it’s a delicious pleasure to maximize exposure within a given budget. What are the most popular options? One of the most popular options is the $50 space. If you’re looking for advertisement options and promotional opportunities on a budget, the $50 For Every Budget Space might be an ideal fit for you. The For Every Budget Ads display on long pages, such as: The main page of the site, which is the most popular page, btw Longer length posts Longer length reviews Individual podcast entries And archive pages such as our Reviews By Grade page (also a very popular page!) How…

371. Amanda and AJ Have Major Book Hangover from Gideon the Ninth
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Articles / October 4, 2019

A | BN | K | AB I’m chatting today with Amanda and AJ. AJ is one of our new reviewers, and AJ and Amanda both are obsessed with Gideon the Ninth. They both have book hangover. There might be Halloween costumes in the planning stages inspired by this book. They are dying to talk about someone with it. So, we connected and recorded their conversation, and tried to answer a lot of questions. What genre is this book? Who were their favorite characters? Why did it give them both some epic levels of book hangover? What’s Gideon the Ninth? It came out September 10, it hit the NYT, and the tagline was “lesbian necromancers in space.” Folks who read it seem to be obsessed. Here’s the cover copy: The Emperor needs necromancers. The Ninth Necromancer needs a swordswoman. Gideon has a sword, some dirty magazines, and no more time for undead nonsense. Brought up by unfriendly, ossifying nuns, ancient retainers, and countless skeletons, Gideon is ready to abandon a life of servitude and an afterlife as a reanimated corpse. She packs up her sword, her shoes, and her dirty magazines, and prepares to launch her daring escape. But her…