Monthly Archives: July 2014

No pressure

I’ve been invited to serve as judge for the #5MinuteFiction contest hosted by Wendy Strain on her WriteOnWendy blog. Of course I’m terribly flattered to be asked, but I also find it funny. I couldn’t write a grocery list in … Continue reading

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Take care out there

Even with back-to-school ads suggesting vacations are soon coming to an end, we still have lots of summer tourists here, lots of traffic and unfortunately some accidents. It’s a reminder to think about car insurance to protect drivers and the … Continue reading

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Unbeatable

I’m so proud to tell you about this awesome box set. There’s no beating this deal. It’s only around for a limited time, so now’s your chance to get your hands on this RARE collection before it’s gone! PANDORA, a … Continue reading

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DIY made funny

I am so proud to share this news. Hope Sutherland, a fellow author and member of the South Texas Scribes, was named a Finalist in the 1st/2nd Quarter 2014 “America’s Funniest Humor!”(TM) Writing Contest held by HumorPress.com, one of the … Continue reading

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The author’s vacay

“New York, New York, a helluva town. The Bronx is up, but the Battery’s down.” I just returned from a visit to the Big Apple state but I didn’t go anywhere near the sites mentioned in “New York, New York,” … Continue reading

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Super news!

Thanks to you all, my books have been named to the AUTHORSdB TOP 10. TOP 10, yeah! Go ahead, brag to everyone you know about your award-winning author friend. AUTHORSdB is also running a cover contest. Voters are giving high … Continue reading

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Read all you want

If you’re an avid reader, you probably are enrolled in any one of several subscription services out there, like Inkbok, where a small subscription fee entitles you to unlimited reading. Now there’s Kindle Unlimited, a new subscription service for readers … Continue reading

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Where in cyberspace is Devorah?

Today’s stop on The King’s Redress blog tour takes me to Inkspokes. Here you’ll find a handy wrap up of the entire series of The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam, plus other features like interview, reviews and the Writers Roundtable. … Continue reading

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Launching another book

I kicked off this month with signings and parties to celebrate the launch of The King’s Redress and I’ve got a party invitation for the end of the month, to ring in Echoes of Memories. It’s Book Two in the … Continue reading

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On the blog tour trail

I continue to bounce around the blogosphere, sharing the news about the release of The King’s Redress. On the trail, I met K. J. Bryen also launching her new book, Lokte. It’s the story of Marianne Garcia, a struggling actress … Continue reading

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