Thursday, April 29, 2010

Thursday Tag Party for 4/29/10!

Thursday is upon us Brigaders! Time to dip into the literary gravity wells and do some tagging!

(And maybe engage in some specimen procurement while you're out there :) )

A little info for any brand new Cadets about to embark on their first tagging run (don't be nervous, kid, we're right here if you need us!):


Why do we tag? To promote members' books, to help readers find the books they desire, and to help SFR grow. And, boy, are we growing!

A short how-to if you need it:

  • Go to the Amazon buy page (I've included the links below)

  • Scroll down to the Tags Customers Associate with this Product header
  • Look for these tags: SFR, Scifi Romance, SF Romance, Science Fiction Romance and Paranormal Romance
  • If the tags are already there, just click on them to add your 'vote'
  • If not, type them into the 'your tags' box to add them (no need to save the page, just type and add)

Please feel free to visit previous Tag Party posts to tag the books we've featured in past weeks (jus
t go to "Labels" on the side bar and "Tag Party".)

And now, without further delays or smartypants comments, our list of wonderful works for today (ah, variety - so sweet...):




Song of Scarabaeus by Sara Creasy




Siren Singing by Isabo Kelly




Nexus Point by Jaleta Clegg



Irina's Quest by Leigh Barbour




Burning Up Flint by Laurann Dohner


Go on out and Tag up a storm! (*sniff* all these busy taggers make me so proud *wipes a tear*)

7 comments:

  1. As a result of the tag party last week, I read Nebula's music. I don't think it counts as science fiction, so I'm planning on adding a new tag, "space opera romance". Nebula's music is set in space, but doesn't meet with the pure requirments of science fiction. I think "space opera romance" is a more accurate tag and with will help readers find what they are looking for.

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  2. Really? I just bought that one but haven't had time to read it. Thanks for the head's up.

    Since learning about the tags I've started looking to see how much they diferentiate the "rainbow" of types of sfr. For books I've read it's easier to add an extra tag that takes it further.

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  3. I think extra tags are always a good idea - Science Fiction is a broader category than most folks are willing to admit.

    I fully encourage extra tags, whenever you know more about a book. "Alien Worlds" "Space Opera" "SFR Military" whatever the need!

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  4. What a great line up! A little late to the party but I'm off to tag now.

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  5. Thanks so much for the tagging! I've got everyone for the last two weeks. I'll work on adding more from previous weeks.

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