Monday, June 16, 2014 | By: Angela Brown

Welcome to Roxanne's Neighborhood :-)

The Confessions of a Sex Fiend virtual book tour fun continues at Roxanne's Realm. Click here to check out Rayven Godchild's interview.

Make sure to stop by and enter the giveaway if you haven't already. There's some great swag up for grabs, the custom made kind giving it that personal touch.

purse charms
Speaking of swag, do you have any favorite kind of swag you like to give as an author or receive as a reader?


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I've had giveaways for mugs, bags, posters, and mouse pads! Even got my own poster out of the deal.

Angela Brown said...

Now that's some great swag, Alex :-)

cleemckenzie said...

Swag is such a hard call for me. The problem about really nice things like mugs is the expense. Not only to have them made, but to send them. I'm thinking more about gift certificates. They're always appreciated. However, I do love those purse charms you've got here.

Angela Brown said...

Pretty good idea with the gift certificates :-)

SA Larsenッ said...

I'll ditto, Alex. But I also love bookmarks with charms on them. So individual and personal to your story.

Angela Brown said...

That's one thing I love about custom swag...that personalization.

Nicole said...

As a reader, I favor bookmarks among most other swag items because they can be put to use right away; they have a practical nature to them that makes me more likely to use them than, say, a baseball cap, poster or t-shirt or some other overwhelming item. As an author, I would probably incorporate notepads and/or keychains into my swag arsenal. Most likely, however, I would either just ask people what kind of swag they want or giveaway swag that is related to my book. If I wrote a novel about a biker/motorcycle club, it would probably be better to giveaway keychains, temporary tattos and/or bandanas than bookmarks due to the sheer nature of the story.


Angela Brown said...

I love your suggesions and the reasoning as well.

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