Sunday catchup, and here’s a reminder if you missed it: “The Missing Mallard (Or, ‘Duck, Macalley! Duck!’)”, the new Peavley Manor novelette, was released this past Tuesday! Click here to get buying links and read a preview, or head to Amazon!.
Another reminder: If you enjoyed “The Missing Mallard”, or anything else I’ve written, let people know! Reviews on Amazon and Goodreads help other readers make up their minds about buying a book, and social media shares can catch someone’s attention. Spread the word around. Thanks! (And don’t forget that e-books make great Christmas gifts!)
Keeping it short this week; I’m in wind-down mode after publishing one novella and four novelettes this year. (I broke 90,000 words for 2017, which was amazing.) But I did do a complete bit of dark silliness this past week, and here’s a link to the Twitter moment where it emerged. Enjoy “The Night Before the War on Christmas”!
Sunday catchup, and I’ll start with this reminder I post from time to time: If you’ve enjoyed Copper Cove, or any of my other stories, would you be so kind as to leave a review somewhere? Reviews do help people decide if a book is for them, and increase its visibility. They’re one easy way to support any author whose work you enjoy, not just me. So, head over to Amazon, Goodreads, or your social media of choice and spread the word. Many thanks! More after the cut. Continue reading
Happy Easter Sunday catchup! Hope all of you enjoyed your candy! Or will enjoy the half-off sales on Monday like me. I had a happy Easter surprise this morning, when I got to see how far Willow’s come on drawing the cover for the upcoming sixth Monkey Queen book, The Crown Of Kylthena. You may want to put on extra socks when this book comes out, because this cover will knock them off! More after the cut. Continue reading
Heads up! Today is the last day to enter Willow’s Facebook contest to win a copy of her BD/graphic novel, The Journey Of Earth, and other goodies! Click here and follow the instructions to enter, and good luck! More after the cut. Continue reading
So, have you read “Best Christmas Ever!”, the newly expanded (and more festive!) version of the short story that tells about Michiko and Beth’s first Christmas as roommates? If you haven’t, scroll down to the post right below this! (There’s also a “Behind The Scenes” post below that, with lots of nifty background info). More after the cut! Continue reading