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Tall, Dark and Slayer cover

This arrived a couple of days ago and I’ve been saving it for Thanksgiving to share.  And yesterday, I received the final galleys of Tall, Dark and Slayer to proof.  The book will be released January 2, 2012.  (available from www.champagnebooks.com)  I can’t wait for you to meet vampire purchasing agent, Betty Banks and vampire slayer, Gabe Mercer.  They’ll take care of the rogue vampires of NYC one way or another.

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Would Alan Rickman make you click on a link?

A writer friend of mine, Jennifer Armintrout, blogged yesterday on her theory of using Alan Rickman’s name in a blog to increase traffic.  My question is, is that theory dated?  Would Justin Bieber or Justin Timberlake or any other Justin du jour work as well?

Whose name in a blog title would make you click on it?  Whose won’t?

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