Eee! I have fan art! The most wonderful SableKage on deviantART was inspired to draw Storm il’Thandar, one of the characters from my books! The picture is available on prints or art gifts (like mugs, coasters, etc.) She has my permission to create Sundered Lands artwork, so please consider lending her your support.
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I entered the world of audio books recently. Not as in I’ve started buying them, but as in I’ve started getting my books into that format.
Embers at Galdrilene is now available in audio and Tears of War is in production. I originally entered the realm of audio because of the many requests I was getting to make it available in that format.
However, after receiving two messages this morning from two different people who were thrilled to have been able to enjoy Embers in audio, it shed a new light on it. One of the messages came from a person who is completely blind and loves audio books because of the worlds it opens up. That alone made the work of getting a book into audio well worth the time. If that had been the only audio book I ever sold, it would have been worth it just for…
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Cheyenne, or Shy as she is better known, makes the huge decision to move her and her four young children to the mountains of West Virginia. Despite coming from a small town in west-central Florida, she had been living in upstate New York with her ex-husband…had been, those were the key words. After finding out her ex-husband was having an affair with a childless eighteen year old girl, Shy calls it quits. West Virginia had long ago found a special place in her heart. The mountains are beautiful, the people are friendly, and you can find a piece of the old life hidden out in the hollers. It doesn’t hurt that Cheyenne’s favorite cousin, Jace, and his family abide there either. Nor does the cheap property prices. Shy hopes she will find a new life for her and her children. She wants freedom, and a simpler way of life…
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Today I a reviewing The Death And Life Of Sherlock Holmes by Grace-Best Page.
Blurb: Jackie Bowman, a modern-day American woman, mysteriously time travels to 1891, where she meets Sherlock Holmes at the point of his untimely “death” at the Reichenbach Falls. Disguised as Jack, she and the great detective partner for the next three years travelling, braving dangers, sharing adventures, and facing Holmes’ ultimate challenge: boredom. They depend on each other, they like each other, they get on each other’s nerves.
With humor, drama, and poignancy, “The Death and Life of Sherlock Holmes” fills in the details of Holmes’ three-year hiatus and continues beyond his return to Baker St. Discover what made him the man he is, get to know the Baker Street Irregulars, and find the answer to that perennial question: Was he gay? No, sorry about that; rather, did he actually exist?
Whether you’re a…
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