Sunday catchup! I’m back from Gaslight Expo 2017, rested and revved up for further writing and steampunk adventures! (Sorry about missing last week. The tea dueling started at a rather early hour on Sunday.) There’ll be a quick wrap up, and other things, after the cut, but this announcement first for those who might have missed it on social media:
Coming later this fall – the new Peavley Manor novelette, “The Missing Mallard (Or Duck, Macalley! Duck!)” The feathers will fly when Alice and Macalley get mixed up in a crazy yet sinister scheme! Stay tuned for more! Continue reading
Opening the Sunday catchup with a reminder: The second Peavley Manor novelette, “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)”, is now available! You can get your copy for free – that’s right, free! – by subscribing to my mailing list! Click here to sign up, and in your final confirmation email, you’ll get a link to download the ebook! You can also get a copy at Amazon, for 99 cents US/UK/AU, €0,99 or £0.99!
After the cut…things move like clockwork!
Start your engines! Today is the day that “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)”, the new Peavley Manor novelette, makes its official debut!
Well…technically, that happened Sunday if you were subscribed to my mailing list. That’s when the newsletter went out with links to let you download “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally” in .mobi or PDF. If you’re a subscriber and didn’t see the newsletter on Sunday, check your spam or junk email folders.
If you’re not a subscriber, it’s not too late! Click here to sign up, and in your final confirmation email, you’ll get a link to download the ebook!
And if you don’t want to subscribe…or if you want to help support what I do…or if you want to give an ebook to a friend…“The Thorn Harbour Road Rally” is available on Amazon! Click here to buy your copy, or search your local Amazon store. It’s just 99 cents US!
Whichever way you choose to go, I hope you enjoy it. Thanks, as always, for your support!
Sunday catchup, and the big story is the upcoming release of “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)”, the new Peavley Manor novelette! If you’ve subscribed to my mailing list, you can download your copy for free! Check your email for the newsletter that was mailed out earlier today for links to grab the ebook in .mobi (for Kindle devices and apps) or PDF!
If you haven’t subscribed to the mailing list, no worries. Click here to subscribe, and you’ll get a link in your final welcome email to download “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)”!
And if you prefer, you can skip the mailing list and preorder your copy through Amazon! It’ll be released Tuesday, May 16!
After the cut: An exclusive excerpt from this new story, and more! Continue reading
Start your engines! The second Peavley Manor novelette, “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)”, will be coming Tuesday, May 16! Read on to find out how you can get a copy…for free!
It’s Race Day in the town of Darbyfield, and after an accident, heiress Alice Peavley and her gnome valet Macalley jump into the race behind the wheel of a friend’s motorcar. They’ll have to go up against five other racers and confront dangerous roads, dirty tricks, and a hungry bear. It’ll take all of Macalley’s brainpower, and all of Alice’s wits and determination, for them to win the Thorn Harbour Road Rally!
There’ll be two ways to get your copy of this new story. You can buy it for 99 cents US on Amazon
, as with “Book Fair Frenzy (Or, Macalley Turns The Page)”, and help to support what I do. It’ll be released on May 16, and you can preorder it now
! (Outside the US? Just search your local Amazon store!)
However, if you’ve signed up for my mailing list
, you will receive “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)” for free with a mailing that should go out Sunday – and this’ll be a file formatted for your Kindle! (I’ll also send a PDF just in case.) If you haven’t signed up, now will be a good time. I’ll be kicking the mailing list back into gear, with bi-monthly mailings filled with news, previews and more. And your email address will never be sold, given away, or used for anything except sending you that newsletter. Promise. (And if you’re reading this after the novelette has come out, you’ll get it for free when you sign up for the mailing list!)
to sign up for the mailing list, make sure your goggles are properly strapped on, and I’ll talk to you on Sunday!
Sunday catchup! I’ll lead with the big news – work on the second Peavley Manor novelette, “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)”, is almost done! I’ll be trying something different again for distribution, which I’ll announce when the story is ready to be published…and if everything goes well, that should be sometime in the next two weeks! Check back here for more this coming week, or keep an eye on my Facebook page or my Twitter feed! More after the cut. Continue reading
Today’s Sunday catchup will be brief, due to a badly-timed power outage. But I do have an announcement, for those who missed it during Friday’s Tea Party: Work is underway on the second Peavley Manor story! It looks like it’ll be another novelette, and the title is… “The Thorn Harbour Road Rally (Or, Macalley Takes The Wheel)”! Look for it sometime in May!
And If you missed Madame Askew’s Tea Party last Friday, you can watch it on Facebook. The delightful, vivacious Madame discussed tea, dances, Scotland, a naughty cat, more tea…and “Book Fair Frenzy”! I cannot thank Madame Askew enough for her time and her kind words. Don’t forget – the good Madame and/or other members of the Temporal Entourage host a Tea Party every Friday night, so do drop by!
More next Sunday as always, Assuming the lights stay on, that is.
If you’ve read “Book Fair Frenzy (Or, Macalley Turns The Page)”, you’ve seen the mention in the acknowledgements of Madame Askew (a.k.a. Jocelynne Simone), whose videos on tea dueling helped to inspire parts of that story. I’m pleased to announce that Madame Askew will be discussing “Book Fair Frenzy” during the weekly Facebook Live video on her Temporal Entourage’s page! It’ll be Friday, April 21 (tomorrow!), starting at 6:30 PM Pacific / 9:30 PM Eastern / 3:30 AM CET! If you can’t make it for the live webcast, it’ll be available for viewing shortly after the webcast wraps up; check my Twitter feed for the link, or check here on Sunday.
Oh, and since Madame Askew will be discussing a story I wrote, I will be taking part in the live chat. There may be questions. There may be behind the scenes insights. There may even be a surprise. But make no mistake…there will be tea and biscuits!
Click here to find out more about Madame Askew, her trusty sidekick The Grand Arbiter, the rest of the Temporal Entourage, and their many adventures, and also to be notified when the event goes live. Hope to see you there!
Sunday catchup, and we’re starting with this reminder: If you missed it, Book Fair Frenzy (Or, Macalley Turns The Page) is out! You can get a nicely formatted copy at Amazon for 99 cents…or click here to read it on this blog! Either way is fine with me; just let me know what you think, and spread the word.
After the cut…well, best put the kettle on first. Continue reading
It’s here at last! Meet the irrepressible Alice Peavely, the imperturbable Macalley, and Alice’s friends and rivals in their debut novelette, Book Fair Frenzy (Or, Macalley Turns The Page)!
I’m going to do something a bit different here…
You can click “Continue Reading” and read this for free, after the cut…
Or you can help support my work and spread the word by buying a nicely formatted and ready for your tablet or phone copy on Amazon! Click here for the US link, or search your local Amazon store.
Do whichever you like, and do it without guilt. I’m fine either way. (And doing both wouldn’t hurt!) But please, please, spread the word. Review, retweet, share the Facebook post, blog, mention it to friends over a hot cup of tea, whatever works for you.
And enjoy! I had a lot of fun writing this, and I hope you have as much fun reading it. Continue reading