Chocolatier’s Wife

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One of the things that I’m supposed to be doing is creating recipes for chocolate…it’s actually an awesome idea of my editor’s, to create a small give away eBook. I’m also trying to finish two short stories to include, and create some spells. It should be a pretty little thing, both meant as a gift of thanks to people who have bought the book before, and to entice those who haven’t read it yet. …

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The past couple of weeks I’ve been busy going through the proofing process for the second edition of The Chocolatier’s Wife.  The process wasn’t much fun at first, to be honest.  One of the take-aways from this is that you should always, always keep a word document of the latest edits.  I didn’t have a editable copy of the best-edited copy of CW because a few clean up edits were done after it left …

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Today I’ll be out at Monessen Public Library signing copies of The Chocolatier’s Wife. I’ll even have a couple copies of Blue Moon. I will be there from 11:00 until 2:00. Stop by and meet me if you get the chance! (http://www.monpldc.org/)

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Because it’s Celebrate Chocolate Day (and because my publisher is wondrously cool) Drollerie Press is putting The Chocolatier’s Wife on sale at 20% off until July 12th. Also, if anyone blogs, tweets or otherwise advertises the sale, they’ll be eligible to win a 25.00 gift certificate from Fannie May Chocolates. You can find more information…and post the link to your advertisement here. Also, the wondrous Soleil Noir reviewed the anthology Needles and Bones, and …

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OK, I’ve faced it. I know what my problem is, why I can’t write. I’ve given voice to it a couple of times to friends, but I never really believed it… I can’t write because I’m afraid that anything I write won’t be as good as Chocolatier’s Wife. I know that’s silly, but the whole thing was sort of a miracle. I bit into a piece of chocolate, then walked up stairs and started …

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Feast or famine with posts, isn’t it? I just updated the page of The Chocolatier’s Wife to include the amazing award I recieved from eBookgurus, (CW was named the book of the month…) And now, The Long and the Short of it Reviews has given me a wonderful review (4.5 books!).

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As you can see, I survived camping, and will post all about Pennsic soon.  It’s just so overwhelming, I needed time to think about the experiance.  It was wonderful, though, and I am looking forward to next year. My chat at Library Thing will start very soon, and last all week!  I think this will be the address.  I am looking forward to meeting new readers, answering questions, and just generally schmoozing. There is …

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And it, along with many other fine books, are on sale! It will be in eBook for now, then in january it’ll be out in paper. It’ll hot Amazon, and be avilable on Kindle, but you can also purchase it from the website or from where ever you usually buy your ebooks. To celebrate, I decided to start my charatcer interviews. These interviews will be somewhat silly…which means, I hope, that they will be …

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I would like to announce that my second book, The Chocolatier’s Wife, will be published in eBook form June the 20th.  Paperback will follow early 2009. I am completely in love with the cover, and the inside…the inside is lovely.  Every chapter starts with that marvelous graphic.  Deena Fisher has truly created a marvel. Also, Apryl Duncan from Fiction Addiction conducted a really fantastic interview and featured me in the latest newsletter!  You can …

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It’s one of those days when I’ve been getting a lot of little, but important things done.  I updated the Fiction page with a synopsis of The Chocolatier’s Wife, and an excerpt.  I did the final edits on “But Can You Let Him Go?” and sent them to the publisher.  In light of the Cassie Edwards scandal, I’ve been worried that I would get in trouble, but I think I’ve been pretty upfront about …

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