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I think this is hilarious. A replacement copy of Blue Moon was purchased by the library because the patron’s guinea pig ate it. XD See? My book is tasty. To small rodents, apparently. But I will take what I can get. Everything else is fine. Work is a little crazy right now. My Chatelaine report looks beautiful. The poison ivy is nearly gone. I’m contemplating doing NAMOWRIMO this year. Now I’m going to do …

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I know this is silly, but I really wanted to post this…apparently you can read Blue Moon on your iPhone. The Chocolatier’s Wife will be available soon. I think it’s really exciting…eventually everything I’ve published will be ready and waiting to go with you everywhere, on any device you like.

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It’s the holidays! I had in mind a talk on how, if you want to give a great gift that has social value, buying books from small presses rocks…that by buying small press books you help the little guy as well as get a great value for your preset…but I’ll spare you.  😉 Instead, I will give you a present!  “Tidings of Comfort and Joy”   (Right click, save as:  tidings-of-comfort-and-joy) is a short story …

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The signing went really well. 🙂 I sold all but one of the books they ordered, and the people at Border’s seemed really happy…one even asked me if I’d like to do a signing in Morgantown, and so I will call and arrange to do one there, soon, probably after Pennsic. I sold two books to friends directly, and Brian, owner of the first non family signed copy of the book, brought his mum, …

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I am not nervous, I am not nervous, I am not nervous, I am not nervous, (breath) I am not nervous, I am not nervous, I am not nervous, I am not nervous, Lake of calm, remember what Nancy and Sara A and everyone has said, and so many people wished you luck… I am so calm. See? Clear calm and, and…calm.

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Yesterday a group of friends and I went to Kennywood Park, which is an old time amusement park that still has wooden roller coasters along side all of the modern attractions.  I am all pinkish…my sunscreen washed off during a couple of the watery rides.  I also laugh during roller coaster rides, which I had no idea.  I still can’t abide anything that has me go upside down for more than a could of seconds…roller …

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First, the bad news.  Because I like to get the wretched out of the way…as I was driving home, I tried to make the sharp turn down into my road off the highway…and the steering wouldn’t answer, save for a tiny, tiny bit.  So, I stopped before I hit the stop sign, back and filled until I was straight on my road, and drove on home, wondering what was going on.  The car itself …

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Today’s snippet is dedicated to Tim King, who visited last week and wanted to know a little about Libby, the heroine of my new book, Blue Moon, to compare her to Tasmin. We actually see Libby sooner in the book, through the eyes of a mysterious stranger (it’s the Prologue Excerpt, here.) who rescues her. It’s coming, Libby thought, not with a shudder, but with a little regret. Summer had fled before she’d had …

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I am very happy to say that Blue Moon is now available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other lovely places!  Fictionwise isn’t showing the ebook yet, but I’m sure it’s coming! I haven’t seen an actual copy yet,  I’ll be sure to report on it when I see it!

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Time to celebrate my re-opened website with my very first trailer! (I keep trying to get the embed to work. It does, and I am happy. Then it stops and then I am sad, so here is a direct link.) I don’t think I did too badly for a newbie! The outstanding music is “Arcadia” by Kevin MacLeod.  You should also check out “Shamanistic”…wonderful. The picture of the woman in the coat is by Marinela …

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