I’m having a busy last three days of the week – aren’t weekends supposed to be fun? – but since this is a blog for writers and readers and I thought some of you might be interested in this, here’s a post about a wonderful offer that became available at the end of June.
If you’ve subscribed to my site and downloaded A Writer’s This-Will-Come-in-Handy List, then you might remember Erica as one of the WordNerds – a group of girls, who I follow on YouTube and I recommend you do the same if you are interested in writing. But today, I’m not going to talk about Erica’s advice, I’m going to talk about how you can save money buying her books.
Erica Crouch is the author of the Ignite Series – fantasy books about angels, Heavenly and from Hell. That happens to be a very enticing theme for me since I love angels, especially when they go around switching allegiance and kicking each other’s… erm, bottoms, which is exactly what the summaries promise.
So, would I buy these books? Well, I’m on a budget, but if at the end of the month I’m left with some money to spend, I’ll be spending them on… You guessed it: books! And the series is high on my list. I don’t plan to buy them one by one though; I plan to get them as a bundle.
The box set Erica offers includes all five books in the series — Ignite, Entice, Incite, Engage, and Infinite — in one bundle, which saves us more than 50% over buying the books individually. Here’s where anyone interested can get it:
And yes, after I get my hands on the series, I will be writing a review on each individual book and maybe the series as a whole.
A little bit about Erica.
(Don’t you just love how her hair color matches the colors of the Ignite Series?)
She is a young adult and new adult author from Baltimore, Maryland. She has a strange blended aesthetic of cute and spooky, and her books reflect her ever changing mood. You may find romance, you may find gore — sometimes both in the same book, but probably not at the same time. Probably.
Erica is the cofounder of Patchwork Press — an indie publishing collective that produces middle grade, young adult, and new adult titles in all genres — and Weapenry — a resource for writers. She is the head of editorial services and design, with over fifty projects to her name.
You can find a complete list of Erica’s books here, or connect with her on Twitter at @Erica_Crouch. She loves having online friends, so feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to talk to her about any of her books, pygmy goats, or the ghosts that haunt her. For free bonus content and semi-regular emails from Erica, subscribe to her newsletter and become a pen pal with benefits!
If you are interested in fantasy books, take a look at the blurb and cover to Frost by Erica’s fellow WordNerd-er Erin.
Have a great weekend, you funky monkeys!