Monthly Archives: August 2013

Indie authors entertain troops with mass book donation

Twenty independent authors from across the United States have come together to show their support of those serving in the military overseas, announced Gordon Vivace, facilitator of Indie Author Promotions and author of Quoth the Booby, his humorous perspective on … Continue reading

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The sophomore curse

How cool is this? My article on “The Sophomore Curse” has been published on Writer.ly Writer.ly offers resources for everything related to the book industry. Check out the stories on writing, editing, marketing and self-publishing. Need a writer, editor or proofreader to help … Continue reading

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Dog days

It’s August, the dog days of summer…more

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King Bewilliam holds court

Y. Correa, author and hostess of the All Authors Blog gives a glimpse of an afternoon in the life of King Bewilliam of The Lost King and The King’s Ransom. The King and his subjects thank you, Ms. Correa. I hope … Continue reading

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Book excerpts for you to read and share

My books, The Lost King and The King’s Ransom, are today’s feature on Y. Correa’s “All Authors” blog. Thanks to Y. Correa for giving me a chance to share my work. Check out all the other treats for readers and … Continue reading

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“The King’s Ransom” pre-release sale

Thanks to everyone who has stopped by smashwords to take a peek at The King’s Ransom. It’s available for Kindle, Nook, Apple iBooks and Kobo. You can buy it now at a special pre-release price and download it as soon … Continue reading

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Instant book!

I ♥ the Espresso Book Machine. There is just something charming about walking up to a machine and ordering up a freshly printed and bound book as if it were no more complicated than getting a candy bar from a … Continue reading

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Coming to a Nook near you soon

The King’s Ransom has been accepted into www.smashwords.com’s Premium Catalog and shipped to Nook, Apple iBooks and Kobo. You can buy it now and download it as soon as the book hits the digital bookshelf! You can download a generous … Continue reading

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Me, revisited!

I was honored to be interviewed a second time by Michael Brookes. Check out his blog for this interview, to meet other authors, and to discover Michael if you aren’t already a fan of his work.

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