Monday, December 5, 2011

How to Date an Alien Lunch Launch!

How to Date an Alien is here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You can pick up the Ebook at these fine online retailers today!

Amazon     Smashwords

How are we going to celebrate?  By going to lunch of course!

Here's the deal:  All you have to do is list the most interesting thing that you have ever eaten. You can describe it or just give me the name. Write it here in the comments and make sure to post on Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #HTDALunchLaunch

What will you win?  Just a few things...

A $25 gift card to your choice of the following for lunch:

Cheesecake Factory
Outback Steakhouse


Since I have such amazing author friends, they decided to help me out and I will also be giving away some great Indelibles EBooks!

The Winner will also get a Darkside Ebook pack including:  The ENTIRE Cloud Prophet trilogy by Megg Jensen, Into the Shadows by Karly Kirpatrick, Loramendi's Story by Angela Carlie, and SoulKeepers by GP Ching.

But since I have SUCH amazin author friends in my life I'm also giving away TWO more Ebook packs. You can read them in your spare time at lunch!

The second prize winner will get to choose FIVE of the following:

Clockwise by Elle Strauss
The Secrets of Spruce Knoll by Heather McCorkle
Ethereal by Addison Moore
Running Wide open by Lisa Nowak
Exiled by Rashelle Workman
Open Minds by Susan Quinn
Untraceable by SR Johannes
The Fairy Godmather Dilemma: Catspell by Danyelle Leafty
Bound by Christine Bryant

And the third place winner will get four Ebooks from these amazing authors!
This is open internationally and to all particpants. If you are under 18, then you will need parent permission. This contest ends at the end of the blog tour on December 17th.


  1. Happy Book Birthday! Congratulations on releasing your fabulous book! I loved it, people. LOVED IT!

  2. Congrats, Magan! Can't wait to read it!

  3. Congratulations Magan! I'm so excited for you. And I'm off to spread the word right now...

  4. Aw man! This book sounds awesome. I wish I had time to read. Well, I won't enter the contest because I'm not in America. But I'll buy your book and read it probably some time next year! ;)

  5. Suz, this contest is open internationally :)

  6. Congrats on your launch. I'm not a very exotic eater so the most interesting thing I've ever had us probably elk. If it walks on 4 legs, I'll probably try it. If it swims, forget it! :) adding your book to my TBR list right now!

  7. The most interesting thing I've ever eaten would have to be Escargot. I'm not much of an adventurous eater. (Although I did sample an earthworm when I was a toddler, LOL)

  8. Congrats on the launch! I'm excited to read How to Date an Alien. The most interesting thing I've ever eaten? I think that's a toss up between liver and a pig's head. I have no plans to eat either of those things ever again.

  9. I guess the most adventurous thing I've eaten was seaweed... I'm a picky eater as it is and I'm not really a meat lover!

  10. I twittered it!!!
    Oh and the most interesting thing I've ever eatten would have to well since I'm gonna tell the truth, it's dog food. Yes yes I know ew! but hey it was interesting to taste, it tasted like Cinnamon. lol! which is surprising but it tasted good, better then cat treats ewwww lol!
    Second would be hamster food....hey if animals can eat it why not... XD
    Yes I'm weird XD

  11. Fried Alligator -- at a restaurant called LIVE BAIT. :)

  12. Hi Magan! congrats on the launch! I've eaten frog legs before (when I was very young). I won't eat anything that swims now!

  13. Congrats, Magan! Can't wait to read it! I've been intrigued ever since reading your query. :)

  14. Woah, I came over here to follow your blog because I loved your interview at Operation Awesome and now I've got a treat.

    Being Chinese helps with the weird food things, as well as living in L.A., where the new hip(ster) thing is alligator-duck sausage or rabbit-ostrich wieners. And I'm probably forgetting some chicken heart or other that I ate without much pomp.

    But the food that sticks in my mind is the turtle I had in China because it kicked off a 4-week bout of Montezuma's revenge that started with violent projectile vomit.

    This is your introduction to me, I'm sorry. But I cannot tell a lie.


  15. Congrats on the book launch! I think the most interesting thing I've eaten is stinky tofu. I tweeted under mtr12.


You should leave me a comment. It would probably make me smile and then I will probably comment back. Unless you are a spambot. Then I will probably just ignore you.