Thursday, January 6, 2011

Thursday Tag Party for 1/06/11!

Someone asked me this week if it's twenty-eleven or two thousand eleven. At a complete loss for a real answer, I simply said "These go to eleven." She didn't get it.

**This week, we have a couple of requests and one specific request from a Brigader:

Marva Dasef would like some reviews of her book Ultimate Duty, and will provide PDF's of the story to prospective reviewers. If you'd like to play amateur New York Times critic for Marva, please contact her at :


Here's the brief lab manual of how to tag for our first-timers:
  • 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.

Now on to our lovely targets for this week!


Ultimate Duty (Paperback) by Marva Dasef

(and don't forget to email Marva if you want to do a review of this one!)













Gods of the Machines by Gary Starta













Lords of Oak and Holly by Frances Pauli















As always - the Tag Party is looking for your work, old or new. If you'd like your work featured in the weekly Tag Party, or if you know how to get rid of the pesky daleks in my basement, please drop me a line at ravenesperanza@yahoo.com .

4 comments:

  1. Everybody tagged. Thanks for mentioning my request for reviews. We'll see if anybody will take pity on an old Brigader.

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  2. My first tagging party. It went well.

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  3. Oh, forgot to comment, but I did, indeed, do my tagging last week. :)

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