One of the great things about putting a book out in the world through my own financing is that I have the flexibility to be done with the book early and offer eARCs (electronic advanced readers copies). That just means all the content and line edits are completed and while the book is going through proofing I can offer reviewers an early peek at a book. So without further ado…there are two ways reviewers can go about getting an ARC of Get Off Easy:
Music always has a place in my writing, and even years after I wrote my first full-length novel (which went on to become my 3rd published book) I can hear a song on that book’s playlist and be instantly transported back into that world with it’s lively assortment of characters.
Playlists act as triggers, as I can identify a character or scene with a song, hear it, and be right where I need to be writing-wise in my mind. For Branded Irish, there is a key scene where there is a confrontation between the Riding Irish and a rival motorcycle club. Those events will have far, far, far reaching consequences, well beyond the Branded Irish storyline…it’s clear things are about to change for our fun-loving group of Irishmen.
Wrong Side Of Heaven ~ Five Finger Death Punch
What If I Was Nothing ~ All That Remains
Core of My Addiction ~ Fireflight
All of Me ~ John Legend
Stand Up ~ All That Remains
Afterglow ~ Nine Lashes
Saints & Sinners ~ Bullet For My Valentine
War of Change ~ Thousand Foot Krutch
End of All Days ~ Thirty Seconds to Mars
In The End ~ Black Veil Brides
Close My Eyes Forever ~ Device (Ft. Lizzy Hale)