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Book A Day Project to Kick Off 2014!

Books are a huge part of my life. I think you knew that already because I own Author Options, I blog at, I’m a hybrid author, and because…well…I started a website called My family used to laugh, then it quickly morphed into eye-rolling, and now we’re pushing the boundaries towards open disgust at the sheer number of books that show up at my house, from authors and publishers alike.

To do something besides just the typical book reviews in 2014, I’ve decided to attempt my Book A Day project. Basically, I will post a picture of a book in various places every day this year. (Then there’s the obvious tweeting, Facebooking, sharing, etc.)

But wait, it’s already January 3rd. Aren’t you three books behind? I’m glad you asked that. It was kind of intentional, since I didn’t think too many people were racing over to their computers on the first, desperate to see if I had any books handy. (And the second always sucks because you have to go back to work that day). Here are the first three books of the 2014 Book A Day Project:


These books are How Did I Get Here? by Robert Rand, Stunner by Niki Danforth, and The Poisoned Island by Lloyd Shepherd. The first two are available now, the third comes out later this month.

So how do you get in on this?

Send me a book. Please limit it to either your own book or a book that you thoroughly enjoyed and want me to share. If you want your book back, please be sure to include a return postage mailer. Send the books to me at P O Box 429, Choccolocco, AL 36254. That’s it. That’s all you have to do.

Erotica Holiday Boxed Set Coming Next Week!

Four authors I know have gotten together for a fun little romp between the sheets…or in the driveway…or in the tool shed…whatever, and are releasing a holiday ebook to ignite a roaring fire in all of us! Check out The Naughty List on Amazon from authors Abbie St. Clair, Ariana Gael, Gemma Dufranse, and debut author McCrary Golden!

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The Readioactive Book Share Project is Finally Underway!


The first bundle of books is packaged and ready to ship. They’ve been stickered, labeled, kissed goodbye, and tucked safely in their sturdy envelopes for their long journey out into the world of reading where they will be unleashed on the world as soon as they arrive at their destinations, ready to be enjoyed by strangers who find them along the way. Another set of books will be hand delivered to various points in Atlanta, Georgia, when the Author Options/Readioactive team and some of their authors head to the Decatur Book Festival in a few weeks.


We invite you to share YOUR books the Readioactive way! Contact us for information on how to have your work spread across the country!

Our New Book Sharing Project is HERE!

In the last blog post, we promised you something big was coming. Before we can go into the big new thing, here’s an update on the current thing. You know, swapping book reviews.

We’ve had a great response and an exciting level of interest in authors who are willing to swap book reviews with other authors. Several authors have already received their review copies of some of the titles on our site, and we’ve already reviewed a fun title for one of them.

But here’s the big announcement:

Readioactive Books is launching a whole new book discovery project in which we get your books “out there,” literally! Authors who are interested in participating need only sign up for information via this site or our Facebook page at this time. In this project, we will send copies of your printed book to our affiliates all across the country, branded with Readioactive Books logo and QR code. Once the affiliates receive your books, they will leave them in prominent places for others to find. When readers discover your book, they will be rewarded for Tweeting a picture of themselves with your Readioactive branded title! After reading, they’ll also be rewarded for reviewing the title, and encouraged to sign the book with their Twitter handle and leave it for the next reader to find.

Don’t worry, ebook-only authors, we haven’t forgotten you either. We’ll create a laminate book-like object with the coupon code for your book and send that out there, too.

It’s that simple, and that fun!

For more information, sign up using the form below, and get reader to put your book out there!

A Whole New (Old) Concept in Book Discovery

Book discovery is something plagues every author, traditionally and self-published alike. Seriously, walk into any big box bookstore and take a guess how many individual titles there are on the shelves. It’d be like trying to guess the number of jelly beans in the jar at the State Fair.

Readioactive Books was formed literally to bring much-needed book discovery to quality titles in a way that authors could feasibly participate in. So, thanks to the brilliant idea from our UK friends across the pond, Readioactive will be setting up a whole new–but very old–concept in book discovery, coming in the very near future (basically, once we get our acts together and finally get past level 65 on Candy Crush).

Look for the announcement soon, and be ready to jump on board!

It’s Been A Crazy Three Days…

Readioactive Books officially launched not quite three days ago, and the response has already been tremendous. One of the hardest things about being an author–and that’s not discriminating against traditionally published, indie published, or self-published–is reaching an audience of readers with your work, and book fans have spent the last three days sharing the love for Readioactive. Thank you!

Now, here’s what we can do for you. The concept at Readioactive is to swap reviews. You have a book, I have a book, he has a book…let’s share our thoughts out there about the books! While we do have options for authors who don’t have the time to review others’ works, the purpose is the connectivity that comes from sharing a good book.

By the way, we love book reviewers and book bloggers! You don’t have to be an author to be a part of the community, and we even have special incentives for fans who review books from Readioactive but don’t have a title of their own to swap. Let us promote you and what you do for books!

However you choose to be a part of the Readioactive Books space, we appreciate you!

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