"Spill the Tea" Blog Feature on LizDelton.com
I'm starting a new feature on my blog, also to be shared on social media, featuring blog posts about book news.
Why "Spill the Tea"? My readers all know I am a huge tea addict, and I talk about tea a lot on social media, hence the tea-themed blog series.
Check out previous posts in the series here:
For books that are any of the following:
* Speculative Fiction
This feature is for:
* New Release
* Pre-order alert
* Cover Reveal
* Or something else newsworthy
Sorry, NOT looking for:
- Romance as the *main* plot
- Books that contain excessive explicit language or erotica, or sexually suggestive book covers.
I reserve the right to choose which books will or will not be featured. Affiliate links will be used. This post feature is free for you. I want new blog content to post. It's win/win for both of us.
Right now, only one Spill the Tea feature PER BOOK (For example, I won't do a preorder alert, and then a release date post for the same book.)
Please follow me on one of my channels to see the post:
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he, she, they, etc. (I'll talk about you in the post and I won't be guessing, especially if your author names uses initials!)
What type of book?
Subgenre(s) or keywords
What type of book news is this?
Clean Link to your book on Amazon
Paste a *clean* link (meaning no gibberish at the end from tracking info and whatnot). Example of a clean link:
*If not yet available on Amazon, put "NA"
Link to your cover if not on Amazon yet
If your cover is not yet public, please include a link where I can download the cover image in advance of the cover reveal date.
Spill the Tea
Write a paragraph detailing your news. It should be written in first person *as if you are being interviewed*. What do you want people to know?
Optional... Tea-related fun fact
Choose one or come up with one fun fact of your own. Do you have a favorite tea? Is there tea in your book somewhere? What kind of tea would one of your characters drink?
What date should I post?
Either choose one specific date, give a time-frame of dates, or, indicate "any date". Please give me at least a few days' notice.
So I can contact you if I have any questions, this won't go in the post.
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