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My New Book Marches On

I was stuck at the bank all morning, arranging Aunt Joan’s finances and providing for her continued care. After what seems like an eternity of frustrated wanderings in a bureaucratic labyrinth, that business seems to be just about done. 148 more words

A Personal Note

BOOK COVER REVEAL: Roommates With Benefits by Nicole Williams

Roommates With Benefits

Soren Decker. He’s the epitome of the “bad boy, good man” persona. The best of both worlds. The worst of them too. He’s the type of guy most girls would not mind sharing a confined space with, except my new roommate isn’t all swagger and chiseled abs. 254 more words

Must Read

Confessions of an Author and Farmer

(Update: You can now follow the Musings of a Goat Herdess series on this blog. For more information: WIPs)

We all have retractions in one area or another of our lives. 667 more words

Bookish Things

Netherspace by Andrew Lane & Nigel Foster (Guest Post) #TitanBooks

Hello everyone! This is my stop on the Netherspace blog tour hosted by Titan Books. Today I have a guest post written by the authors of Netherspace, a novel set in an alternate reality where humans met aliens over four decades ago. 1,027 more words

Books

Book Haul May Week 2 #BookReviews #Bookpost #Bookmail

Happy Sunday everyone! I have been so fortunate this week, I have received an absolute mountain of book mail (14 books!) from brilliant publishers such as Orenda Books, Titan Books, Gollancz and Quercus. 2,572 more words

Books

Third Round of Editing for Third Book Done

The third round of editing for my third book, The Treasure of Milky Lake, is now finished.  I’m going to be starting the final push towards getting the book published very soon, so that means that the two-year process from starting the outlining to getting it out for you to purchase is almost done. 97 more words

Book Updates

Sharing an Unfinished Manuscript With People is an Exercise in Effective Terror Management

It’s probably equally scary to share a finished manuscript with people, but I haven’t had that pleasure yet. Two of my beta readers finished reading last week within a few days of each other, and that’s the first time anyone other than me has read the whole thing through. 172 more words

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