Monday, March 26, 2012

I want to give you a prize!

To celebrate Tribute being nominated at The Romance Reviews  for Best GLBT - BDSM (2011) it's time to give some stuff away! How does an ebook of Tribute sound? And also, a $25 Amazon gift card? 

Tribute: For the sake of his father's kingdom, Kynon accepts his role as tribute. But being the warlord’s tribute isn’t just about submission, and to be what Brasius asks, he'll have to defy the Senate and tradition, as well as surrender his soul.

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below.
Oh, and if you mention the contest on Twitter (I am @lisahenryonline), let me know that as well and I'll give you an extra entry! 

If you want to vote for Tribute at TRR before March 31: Vote here! 
I'll be drawing this contest on April 15!


And there will definitely be a contest coming for The Island. Just as soon as I get organised...which will happen. Promise. Fingers crossed.  Are those crickets chirping? 

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Tribute has been nominated!

In exciting news, Tribute has been nominated by TRR reviewers for Best GLBT – BDSM (2011) at The Romance Reviews. How cool is that? 

If you want to vote for Tribute, you can click on the button on the right, or just follow this link at The Romance Reviews. 

Vote here!
While you're there, check out the other nominations. Tribute is in good company, that's for sure!

And on the subject of good news, check out these awesome reviews for The Island

BookAddict's review at The Romance Reviews. 
Jenre's Review at Reviews By JesseWave.
And this is from Alex JouJou at Manic Readers

Seldom do you read a book that so mesmerizes you that all external stimuli go away; the phone, the kids, all the other myriad of things you have to do all disappear. I could not put The Island down and I read well into the night to finish. 

I made you ignore the kids? LOL! My work here is done! 

Friday, March 9, 2012

Thanks for sitting beside me in class

Sometimes, it’s scary being a writer. A part of you is always that same little kid standing in front of the teacher’s desk while she frowns down at the story you wrote, and then reaches for the red marker.

And afterwards when you head back to your desk and all you can see are those red marks, your friend will lean over and make a face and say, “I liked the part where the dragon ate the prince.”  

So every time someone comments on my blog or sends me an email or a message on Twitter, or leaves a review somewhere, it feels like that friend is still sitting beside me, and she's always ready for a new story.  

So thanks to everyone who took the time!

My mission for today: to pay it forward. And that’s probably a good mission for tomorrow and the next day as well.