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Dec
16

A Symphony of Starlight Blog Tour and Contest!

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It’s been a long couple of months and the holidays are almost here so I’m doing a little celebrating of my own with a blog tour! Aside from some interviews and guest blogs for the next few weeks, there are also two chances to win a signed copy of  A Symphony of Starlight! (open worldwide!) Visit the participating blogs listed below for the RaffleCopter links and requirements! As a bonus, I’ve also dropped the ebook price to .99 for the next week or so, so if you were looking for a gift for yourself or someone else, now is the time to jump on it! Kindle Everywhere else       Blog Tour schedule as follows: December 16 The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom (Guest Blog) http://creativelygreen.blogspot.com/ December 16 ilovebooksandstuffblog https://ilovebooksandstuffblog.wordpress.com/ December 16 JB’s Bookworms with Brandy Mulder https://jbbookworms.blogspot.com December 17 Simply Kelina http://simplykelina.blogspot.com December 17 Fang-tastic Books (Guest… Read more
Oct
8

A Symphony of Starlight Release Day!

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Huzzah! Order here: Amazon Everywhere else Trade paper coming eventually, though I don’t have a date for it just yet. I hope you all enjoy it!! 😀 A Symphony of Starlight (Abby Sinclair #4) The road to Hell is paved with good intentions . . . and sometimes unicorn puke. In the span of a few months, mortal TouchStone Abby Sinclair has been trapped in a painting, had her memories stolen, and been Tithed to Hell, killed, and brought back to life by the OtherFolk. Now she’s pregnant and torn between her incubus lover, Brystion, and her elven king of a husband, Talivar. Otherworldly love triangles notwithstanding, she’s more than content to set the political drama of magic and mayhem aside and quietly settle into motherhood. But nothing is ever that easy . . . Years ago, Abby’s best friend, Melanie St. James, virtuoso violinist and DoorMaker to the CrossRoads,… Read more
Oct
3

A Symphony of Starlight Pre-order

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I meant to get this up days ago, but life got in the way in the form of myriad things like breaking laptops, sick kids, an exchange student, getting trees removed, etc. Life, as they say. But in the meantime, yes SoS is up for pre-order on Amazon and nearly everywhere else. (The ebook, anyway. The print will be out…eventually. Maybe by the end of the month, maybe a little longer.) Release date is October 8, so just a few days away!! Amazon Everywhere else (more options being added shortly)   Other things of interest – Aimo and I are part of a comic Kickstarter that is currently ongoing! It is the Gothic Tales of Haunted Futures and there’s a number of very talented artists and writers taking part! Our tale will deal with a futuristic space port known as New Edo, and the tragic romance of a particular oiran… Read more
Apr
28

Waiting

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Ironic that my last blog post was about seeing clearly (or not, as the case may be) as I’m several days post-op now and my vision remains an absolute mess. Not sure if it’s the anesthesia or the anti-nausea patch the docs used to try to keep me from puking when I woke up (side note: it didn’t help. At all.) but at the moment my eyesight is oddly blurry, with or without glasses. It definitely makes it difficult to do anything I might normally do after surgery – e.g. read – as I can’t actually focus on words particularly well. Hopefully it will wear off soon and I’ll be back to whatever is normal for me. Surgery-wise, it was the simple removal of an ovary with an endometriosis cyst that was torsioned up, I guess and a general endometrial scrape, though that turned out to be not as bad… Read more
Jan
1

Baking and Blogging

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Another year come and gone, I suppose.  I wasn’t going to bake today and I wasn’t going to blog today, but here I am, doing both. So much for intentions. I know everyone is doing a sort of end of year round up – and figured I might as well do one too – it’s been pretty crazy overall on a number of levels, but let’s see: House Stuff – if you may recall last January we discovered mice had basically trashed our basement – this led to an enormous loss of personal property. Many items that couldn’t be replaced had to be thrown out – but I tried to look at it from a cathartic viewpoint. Chances are, most of that stuff was just lingering about – pieces from our past that we couldn’t quite manage to get rid of, or just random kid crap – or just…stuff we… Read more