Romance author Anne Elizabeth has an interview up at Newsarama about her new comic, Pulse of Power. (Thx Jenn!)

From Malle: Felicia Day answers questions:  listen to number one.

Hey! She’s a romance fan! That’s awesome.

And finally – sale at eHarlequin!

For every print book you buy, you’ll get a 2nd print book FREE with coupon code BOGO43D.

This offer is good through 31 May – so buy early buy often!

And as I hunt through the big ol email o’coupons from HQN HQ, there’s also one for free shipping – I don’t know if you can combine it with the BOGO offer, but you might as well give it a whirl, right? Use code SHIP79WR Expires June 30, 2010, 11:59 p.m. EDT. One-time use only.

Got sales? Links? Notes of awesome? Bring it!


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  1. 1
    Sally says:

    Thank you for the coupon codes! It was a good thing I didn’t buy anything at eHarlequin yesterday.

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    Susan Laura says:

    Thanks, Sarah! And you CAN use both coupon codes on the same order so I just got two books shipped to me for a grand total of $4.40!

    I ordered Karina Bliss’ “What the Librarian Did” since everyone has been speaking so highly of it lately. And I also snagged the newest Rhonda Nelson book, “The Ranger”. LOVE Rhonda Nelson – I can highly recommend her stories!!

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    TKF says:

    I ordered Karina Bliss’ “What the Librarian Did” since everyone has been speaking so highly of it lately.

    I did too, but I didn’t get past chapter three. The writing is just really clunky. It’s full of strange omniscient “telling” bits that just push me away from what seems to be an otherwise interesting read. I’ve really enjoyed all the other Save the Contemporary recommendations, but I just couldn’t get past the writing in this one. In my experience this seems to be a common problem with category books (I’ve only attempted maybe a dozen and never managed to finish one), They have all had issues with telling not showing and huge info dumps. Is this because they have to cram so much into such a short book?

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    Ruby Duvall says:

    Felicia Day is so funny! And I’m overjoyed that she is a huge fan of romance!

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    PK the Bookeemonster says:

    Wasn’t the second question from Bladerunner—testing if they’re human?  Just sayin’.

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    Julie T says:

    Love that video!! Thanks so much for sharing it. That first question about romance was love, especially her commentary about his handle. I have to say that would be my dream acting job as well…

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    Kalen Hughes says:

    I love Anne! I met her in Dallas (RWA) and we had a great time going shopping for cowboy boots. It’s great to see her here.

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    Thanks for the links!  I’d read the ebook edition of Long Summer Nights by Kathleen O’Reilly but liked it so much I wanted a print copy for my “keeper” shelf.  With these specials, I can do that.

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    Daphne says:

    Thank you soooo much. I got eight books for less than $25.00 that nevah happens! lol

  10. 10

    Just watched the Felicia Day piece and I only want to say, Ms. Day, you’d be awesome playing Christine Sanders, my cross-dressing pirate from Pirate’s Price.  And you can wear a corset in at least one scene.

    Have your people call my people—we’ll talk.

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    Alpha Lyra says:

    Felicia Day says she didn’t start reading romance novels until she got her Kindle—because she was embarrassed of the covers. She probably has company in that. I wonder if that means the romance genre is going to really boom when e-books become more prevalent than print books.

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    I guess it would have been a lot cooler if she didn’t also call the genre “porn” and “trashy” and joked about lying about reading them.  :(

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    aphasia says:

    I think she meant those things positively- much like this site…

    I’m a big Felicia Day fan and have come across her talking about being a romance reader before…love it!

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    Joy B. says:

    She def meant it positively.  Her goodreads account is full of positive reviews – and she’s talked about romance novels on her blog and twitter.

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