Chocolatier’s Wife

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Today until the 18th, you to can snag a copy of The Chocolatier’s Journal for free…no quests, no comments, just grab and go here. A couple of times people said that they can’t have these things because they don’t have a Kindle. I don’t, either…I read Kindle stuff on my PC and iPad. There’s software on the site here. I am really kind of pleased that it’s free…it was meant to be a teaser, …

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Hello! So, The Chocolatier’s Wife is on sale for .99 cents over on Amazon Kindle…just in case you need something happy to read during the Holidays…in fact, the book has a definite holiday feel. While it is set in a fantasy world, the clothes, the general feel was meant to evoke the Regency, and part of the mystery takes place during their equivalent of Christmas. While you are there you might see The Chocolatier’s …

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Ever since I did my Kindle Give Away of the Chocolatier’s Wife (and if you missed out, we’re running a .99 cent deal for the book, starting December 23rd) I’ve been fascinated with free eBooks. In the US alone CW was downloaded 10,300 times, and I wonder how many of those were people who were like, “Oh, that sounds cool…I’ll snag it and try and read it someday” and who probably will never get …

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So, I’ve been telling people about the fact that my book is a) out and b) being given away. You can find out more,  here . (Yay! Look! A free book! So much easier to advertise than a book for sale.) This whole thing has been a different experience. I’ve written three books now…and God help me, hopefully I’ll have another one done…(It’s not that I don’t have ideas, it’s just…time.) and each one …

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Today (first things first) I am featured on the Epic Blog today, and it’s a pretty fun interview.  Lots of good questions…I tried to be clever. You know what the bane of my writing is?  Getting fascinated with characters in a movie, book, TV show, whatever…that are nothing like the characters that I’m actually trying to write about.  My mind is all “I want to spend time with THIS ONE!  You know what we could …

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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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Margaret Marr’s interview with me is now up. It was a lot of fun to do, she asked some great questions. It snowed…no, now I look up out the window, snow should not be in the past tense, it is snowing, and I am rather depressed about it because I had a field full of grape hyacinth and early snow glories just come out, and things were budding and I was anticipating the color …

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