Monthly Archives: July 2013

Interview with King Bewilliam

Fascinated with King Bewilliam of The Lost King  and The King’s Ransom? Wish you could get to know him better? The King recently held court and took questions from his subjects. Check out the answers on Tista Ray’s Website. Get … Continue reading

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Fan fiction

Blogger and author Jamie Marchant was kind enough to host my musings on fan fiction on her site, The Kronicles of Korthlundia. She’ll be following it up with an excerpt from The King’s Ransom for those who’d like a peek.

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Sanding revisited

Seems that I’ve kicked off my fourth year of Dee-Scovering by recollecting a bit of auld lang syne. My very first post was about my 2010 sand sculpting lesson with DC Sandman, Chip Cooper… more

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Summer sales!

The sale on The Lost King is over but do not despair. It’s time to load up the Kindle! There’s a limited time $.99 sale on some fantastic eBooks from some fantastic authors including yours truly. The King’s Ransom and … Continue reading

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Bell Castle materializes

Have you been reading The Lost King and The King’s Ransom, The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam and wondering what King Bewilliam’s Bell Castle looks like? Wonder no more. Sand sculptor par excellence DC Sandman Chip Cooper is going to show you. … Continue reading

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The “wow” factor

Back in 2011, artist Jan Dineen decided that she needed a studio in which to create, display and sell her painted pillows, mosaics and “camper art”… more

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What makes it a fantasy?

In addition to writing Troy Jackson finds time to interview other authors and post the interviews on his Tempest Works blog. He’s kindly given me space to muse on the matter of fiction genres and categories. Check out my guest … Continue reading

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Pour yourself a book!

How fun is this? The King’s Ransom is now available on Espresso Book Machines. EBMs are all over the world! For you Texans, there’s an EBM in the UT Co-op Bookstore in Austin. For the rest of you, check the … Continue reading

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Christmas in July

I was so happy to meet old friends and new at the launch of The King’s Ransom at First Friday at the Port Aransas Art Center July 5. Thank you so much for coming. Did you miss it? If you’d … Continue reading

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Celebrate!

Come Celebrate! The King’s Ransom Book Two of The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam by Devorah Fox BOOK LAUNCH AND SIGNING PARTY FIRST FRIDAY, JULY 5, 2013 5:30 P.M. TO 7:30 P.M. Beverages, Snacks, Live Music and Barefoot Art Sale … Continue reading

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