Thursday, November 4, 2010

Thursday Tag Party for 11/4/10!

I'm a couple of days late for Dia de los Muertos, but there is no wrong time to remember and honor the ones who have gone on before us. So this Tag Party is dedicated to the wonderful SF writers, of all focuses, who came before - Isaac Asimov, who left us in 1992, Carl Sagan 1996, Andre Norton 1995, and all the rest.



For all who blazed the trail for us writing today - our heartfelt thanks. The best way to honor them is to keep writing. And so we do, shown by our new batch of books to Tag.

A brief how-to for our first-time taggers:
  • 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 - please feel free to add any extra tags you feel are appropriate to the work (i.e. Space Opera, Military SF, etc.)
  • Don't forget your SFR Brigade Tag!
  • 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)
For a list of past Tag Party books, come on over to the Book Launch and Tag Party Books page. Tagging is always welcome.

And now, on to this week's lovely batch of books:



One Four All by Julia Rachel Barrett



Daughters of Persephone: Book3 - Reborn, Book4 - Red Demon by Julia Barrett


The Chronicles of Kassouk Book 3:Black Jaguar by Vijaya Schartz


Do you have an SF book out on Amazon, old or new, that we haven't featured yet? Know an SFRB member who does? Send me a message at ravenesperanza@yahoo.com and I'll add you to the schedule.

5 comments:

  1. What a great way to honor the sci-fi greats of the past by tagging some potential greats of the future!

    Tagged.

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  2. @ Pauline - Veni, vidi...taggi? lol

    Thanks guys! (oh, you can tell I'm from the Northeast, calling women 'guys')

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  3. Done tagging.

    "Guys" must be a midwest term too, because I say it all the time. :)

    And I loved your theme for this week. Thanks, Sandra!

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