Announcing the DARK DEBT Blog Tour!

by Chloe Neill on 1 February 2015

Attention bloggers: It’s time to calendar your spot on the DARK DEBT blog tour!

darkdebt_comingsoonDARK DEBT, the 11th (!!) Chicagoland Vampires novel will be released on March 3, 2015, and the blog tour will be held February 23, 2015 to March 6, 2015.

There are ten days on the tour.  Each blogger will provided post content and a giveaway packet.  I’ll send out additional information on both before the tour starts.

If you’d like to participate, please send an email to CALENDAR (AT) CHLOE NEILL (DOT) COM and identify which of the following dates you prefer.

You must propose a specific date in order to be considered.  Please also provide your physical mailing address in your request so we can send your giveaway packet!

Monday, February 23
Tuesday, February 24
Wednesday, February 25
Thursday, February 26
Friday, February 27

Monday, March 2
Tuesday, March 3 (Release Day)
Wednesday, March 4
Thursday, March 5
Friday, March 6

I cannot guarantee spots on the tour or particular dates, but I will try to accommodate folks to the extent possible.

If you’ve previously tried to join a blog tour, but the blog tour was full, please feel free to let me know that in your email. I try to spread the love.

Thanks for your continued support of Merit!!

xoxo, Chloe

 

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Chicago Booksigning Tonight!

by Chloe Neill on 30 January 2015

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I’m heading to Chicago for my booksigning tonight at Anderson’s (Naperville) with Jacqueline Carey, Paula Hawkins, Elizabeth Blackwell, Beth Kery, and Cecilia Eckback!

It’s going to be a fantastic night, and hope you can join us. Here are the details:

Booksigning – Anderson’s Bookshop
January 30, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
Naperville, IL

xoxo, Chloe

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It’s DARK DEBT ARC Giveaway Time!

by Chloe Neill on 26 January 2015

A few announcements, and then we’ll get to the good stuff:

1. Chicago booksigning on Friday: If you’re in Chicagoland, I’ll be signing at Anderson’s (Naperville) on Friday night with tons of other authors! I’ll also be at the ALA Midwinter conference for a panel and signing on Saturday. Details here.

2. HARD BITTEN on Tuesday: The mass market paperback edition of HARD BITTEN will be released on Tuesday, February 3. Grab your pocket-sized copy! 

3. New Ethan & Merit Novella – Feb. 17:  We’re only a few weeks away from the February 17 release of LUCKY BREAK, an Ethan & Merit e-special novella.  It’s about 95 pages long, and a steal at $1.99! And, it will feature the first TWO chapters of DARK DEBT!  And, Lucky Break takes place before DARK DEBT, so you’re going to want to read it first if you can.

And now, for the contest! I’m giving away three signed ARCs of DARK DEBT, so you can read about Methan and the mysterious man from Ethan’s past before everyone else!

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Use the Rafflecopter Widget below to enter. Contest closes on January 31, and international entries are fine.

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Good luck!

xoxo, Chloe

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RT Book Reviews Gives DARK DEBT 4 1/2 Stars!

by Chloe Neill on 21 January 2015

I’m so thrilled that RT Book Reviews loved DARK DEBT!

The past can have a nasty way of turning up when you least expect it . . . and if you are a vampire, the past can be fairly extensive. Urban fantasy maven Neill tosses a mystery at Merit and Ethan when a supposedly long-dead vampire resurfaces with a vengeance. As this tremendous series has developed, the relationships between major protagonists have evolved and become more layered, which adds richness to the quick-moving action and thrills. Kudos!

Yeah, they said I was an “Urban Fantasy Maven.” WHAAAATTT.

DARK DEBT will be released on March 3, 2015. You can preorder now at:

Amazon Barnes & Noble iBooks PowellsBooks-A-MillionAudible
 

xoxo, Chloe

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Chicago Booksigning in Two Weeks!

by Chloe Neill on 14 January 2015

Hey, Chicagoans!  Join me, Jacqueline Carey, and more authors on Friday, January 30 at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville for a multi-author booksigning!

Here are the details:

Booksigning – Anderson’s Bookshop
With Jacqueline Carey, Paula Hawkins, Elizabeth Blackwell, Beth Kery, and Cecilia Eckback
January 30, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
Naperville, IL

In town for the ALA Midwinter Conference? Join me, Jacqueline, and Elizabeth on January 31 for a discussion and signing. Here are those details:

ALA Midwinter Conference – Panel and Booksigning
January 31, 2015
Chicago, IL
11:00 AM – PopTop SciFi/Fantasy Panel with Jacqueline Carey and Elizabeth Blackwell
2:00 PM – Booksigning at Penguin booth (#4823) with Jacqueline Carey and Elizabeth Blackwell

Hope to see you there!

Xoxo, Chloe

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It’s 2015, and Merit is on the way!

January 7, 2015

Welp, we’ve made it to January 2015, which means we’re only one month away from LUCKY BREAK, the Ethan & Merit Novella, and two months away from DARK DEBT, the 11th Chicagoland Vampires novel! Here’s everything you need to get ready! Check out the printable Booklist – Have you read everything prior to LUCKY BREAK? Read the […]

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On writing and uncertainty.

January 4, 2015

I absolutely love this quote by MacArthur Genius Grant winner Terasita Fernandez: In those moments when you feel discouraged or lost in the studio, or when you experience rejection, rest completely assured that what you don’t know about something is also a form of knowledge, though much harder to understand. In many ways, making art […]

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Curious about New Orleans?

January 4, 2015

Here are a few fantastic books about New Orleans and southern Louisiana, from my ever-growing New Orleans research collection. Click here to view. xoxo, Chloe

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