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Birthday Giveaway! Win A Copy of “A Question of Counsel” (#lesfic #fantasy #romance #giveaway)

Since my birthday’s coming up — 33 years as of February 9th — I thought I’d do a couple of giveaways on my social media accounts. If you want to read A Question of Counsel and don’t have a copy yet, this is right up your alley! To celebrate another year of being alive, I’m giving away multiple copies of the eBook (Kindle or other formats).

Interested? To enter to win a copy, visit the Twitter and Facebook posts below and comment on them! They’re open to everyone over the age of 18. Ask a question, say hi, share a funny story… it’s all up to you. And feel free to share across your social media platforms, too.

Both giveaway posts are open until February 9th, 2016. I’ll choose the *6* winners via random.org and contact them via Twitter or Facebook.

Here are those giveaway posts:


Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArcherKayLeah/status/694928375027146752

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArcherKayLeah/photos/a.294850167389556.1073741828.170517966489444/461083314099573/?type=3


AQoC COVERQuick Facts about the book and this giveaway:

(1) Fantasy + romance
(2) Lesbian fiction
(3) This is Book #1 in The Republic Series. Read now and get ready for #2 when it comes out, especially since there’s an overlap in characters.

(4) Giveaway is open to citizens of Earth. Sorry, I haven’t figured out intergalactic technology.

Ready? Set. Enter!


About A Question of Counsel:

Life hasn’t been easy for Aeley since she arrested her brother, and her role as a political leader leaves her feeling isolated and lonely. Days before her brother’s trial, she meets Lira, a quiet and modest scribe who makes Aeley want more than just a professional relationship.

When she attends the trial and leaves with a marriage contract, Aeley doesn’t know what to do. She must choose one of two brothers, marrying into a family she doesn’t know. Then she discovers that Lira is part of the same family—a sister to Aeley’s suitors and the family’s disgrace. And not at all opposed to an intimate relationship.

Except random acts of violence against her people test Aeley’s ability as a leader, and a web of lies and deceit threaten not only her chance at happiness, but her life…

More about the book here.


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