Getting closer to "Red Desert": mailing list and interview

While everybody of us can see Mars at night in these days, some people is actually exploring it. I'm talking about those reading the ARCs of "Red Desert - Point of No Return". (By the way, I'm still accepting submissions until 30 April.)

Meantime the book is going to be available to pre-order on Kobo, iTunes, and Nook in some days. An excerpt is already available on Smashwords, while you can find the book's page on Goodreads.

There's still a long time before the release expected for 30 June, so I would like to use this time to get you a little closer to this series.

First of all, I've created a mailing list in English. You can find the box to subscribe to it in the right column of this blog.
You would ask, why should I join your mailing list?
Well, I'd like to point out I'm not going to fill your mailbox with newsletters. I won't write more than one newsletter per month and it will be just for keeping you posted about a new release, a sale, a giveaway or any relevant information. You can always unsubscribe with a click. People subscribed to the list will be the first ones to be informed when a new book of the series is released and sometimes they'll have the chance to get special coupons to buy books at a discounted price.
In each message I will also give a list of interesting articles taken from my blog or elsewhere, and I will suggest other books to read that I have particularly liked.
So, well, I hope you'll give it a try.
I will probalby start writing newsletters in June.

The second thing I wanted to show you is my interview on Smashwords.
Smashwords allows the authors to add an interview to their profile, so I did it. You can read it here. It gives you a little insight on me as an author. I will add new questions and answers in the future.
Finally I'm thinking about organising a blog tour for the release of my book (in July). Anybody interested in hosting me? If so, just contact me at carla@anakina.net.

Now, get out and look at Mars and Spica in the night sky. They are beautiful, aren't they?