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#FirstDayFirstPage February 2018 Roundup

I think our first #FirstDayFirstPage was a success! Most of the activity was on Twitter.  Click here to go to the Twitter moment with all the posts in that hashtag from that day!

Here are a couple of the highlights:

On Twitter, Author Hans Schantz posted the first page of his alternate history thriller, A Rambling Wreck.

Dragon Nominee Daniel Humphreys also posted the first page of his urban fantasy novel, Fade.

The first page of the libertarian teen horror novel, the Good Fight, from author J Trevor Robinson:

And, last but not least, Lizzy Dunlap’s The Grumpy Fairy:

On Instagram, user perryelisabeth posted the first page of the short story Pioneer Horizon.

User runnerwritermom also joined us with the first the first page of Aerisia: Land Beyond the Sunset:

And finally, from Facebook, the first page from Earthcore Book 1: RotoVegas :

These were all fun first pages, and I hope you all found something new to read. If you missed the day, check out some of the links to see if you find anything that catches your fancy. We’ll be back again with it on March 1st!

The Inaugural FirstDayFirstPage

Good morning and welcome to February!

Silver Empire is excited to announce that on the first day of every month we’re going to host a hashtag called #FirstDayFirstPage. In it all kinds of authors (not just ours!) will be posting the first page of their novels for readers to check out. It’s a great way to find a new book to read for the weekend! We’ll be hosting it on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

We will also pick the highlights of this event to post on this blog, and create twitter moments as well so you can find all the great first pages out there.

Here is our offering for this first #FirstDayFirstPage, from Russell Newquist‘s VIGIL:

Vigil – First Page

In Vigil, modern day paladin Peter Bishop has to kill the dragon and save the girl before dawn in this Big Trouble in Little China meets Jim Butcher urban fantasy adventure. There’s a DRAGON in the church! It is available at Amazon, and is free for subscribers of Kindle Unlimited.