Just a FYI.
I'll be participating.
More information will follow as the event nears.
Sunday, January 5, 2020
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Sunday, December 15, 2019
Friday, December 6, 2019
A quick reminder I will be participating in the Christmas in the Village tomorrow (December 7th) from Noon until 5:00 pm.
I will be at the Municipal Building (135 W. Main Street, St, Paris, Ohio). You can get signed copies of my books, as well as gifts from dozens of other artists and crafters. Plus, a lot of other activities, like Santa's visit with photos, a Lighted Parade, Live Nativity, and more, sponsored by Our Town St. Paris.
Christmas in the Village
Hope to see you there!
Friday, November 29, 2019
Through December 8th, Gryphonwood Press has bundled the works of seven of it's authors (including my First Civilization's Legacy Series) and put them on sale for 99 cents.
Check out the link and pick up your copies (from your preferred ebook vendor), and enjoy the series of tales.
Link: Book Bundles for a Buck
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Books are always a great Christmas Gift (and Birthday--or Any Time Gift)!
Avoid Black Friday or Cyber Monday struggles. If you know an author, especially a small press-published or self-published author, and you've enjoyed their books, consider picking up one or more for gifts.
You can contact me (get Contact Email HERE) or message me on Facebook--or through Flankers (a fan page for my novels on Facebook), and make arrangements to get signed copies of any of my novels for gifts--can be sent to you to directly or to the intended reader. I'll even gift wrap and label, and mail to the reader gifted, as directed.
Plus, dozens of other craft and jewelry (and other types) of vendors will be there as well.
In any case, I hope you enjoy a memorable Thanksgiving with family and friends, and move into the Christmas Season with joy and happiness in your heart.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Often when I spend time away from a project, I re-read what I've written, to get back into the flow. This time, with Relic Shield, I decided to do some minor revision, editing and additional note taking. The theory is that doing this now will make the final editing process go more smoothly (and faster).
It's worked that way before...I'm confident it will again.
At the moment I've reached a little over 20,000 words. That means there's a long way yet to go.