Thursday, January 13, 2011

Thursday Tag Party for 1/13/11!

Ever wonder why Thursday the 13th isn't considered unlucky? While 13 is considered an irregular or "incomplete" and, therefore, unlucky number, Friday has a long standing place in many folk traditions as an unlucky day. You're not supposed to start new projects or begin a journey on a Friday. So Thursday the 13th is only half as unlucky.

For my next trick, I'm going to walk under a ladder while holding a black cat and opening an umbrella indoors.

For our Tagging targets, I've picked one brand new and two from the backlist today, because good stories have no expiration date.

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.

And now serving up some lovely books to Tag!

The Promise of Kierna'rhoan by Isabo Kelly

New Canterbury Affair by Frances Pauli

Marshall's Guard by Isabo Kelly

As always - the Tag Party is searching the e-galaxy for your work, old or new. If you'd like your work featured in the weekly Tag Party, or if you can set up a meeting for me with Viggo Mortensen, please drop me a line at .


  1. Tagged!

    What I love about the Tag Party is the chance to take five minutes each week to go scout some new reading territory.

    New releases. Books I don't know about by authors I do. New books, new authors. It's always fun.


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