Books, Music, and Hangin’ Out at Home

Reason #1 for this post:
My favorite musician, Elizabeth Lorrey, has something of a reputation. It seems that just the act of her scheduling a gig to play out is enough to cause some major weather event. Seriously…I know people who check her tour schedule before they plan any outdoor functions, since if she’s on stage, there’s bound to be a blizzard or a tornado on the way. With the safety and comfort of her audience in mind, Elizabeth and her good friends The Rafters are teaming up for a special series of shows called the “Shelter in Place” Tour.

What this means is that you can put on your comfy clothes, set out your favorite nibbles and beverages, and listen to great music from the comfort of your own home (or a friend’’s Shelter in Place party), by logging onto Concert Window ( at the scheduled times to hear them streaming live from a weather-free bunker in an undisclosed location. The gigs are scheduled for the days that most folks want to stay home anyway, with the first one being…you guessed it…Black Friday!
8pm, November 28,

Reason #2 for this post:
Which brings me to the REAL reason for this post. For the days leading up to Black Friday, I’’m going to share a giveaway with you. I’ve teamed up with The Kindle Book Review, Digital Book Today, and some amazing authors to sponsor a Black Friday Giveaway. Join me and you can win a $400 Amazon Shopping Spree! Just click on the link to enter. It’s easy, fun, and the prize is awesome! You don’’t even have to read my book…but I hope you do.

By the way, I’’ll be giving away a signed copy of Live Free or Die (just in time to give as a gift for the holidays) during the Black Friday gig, but you have to be tuned in to win, because you’ll have to type something into the comments to enter. blackfridayamazon

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