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Bound by Legend Cover Reveal and Pre-Order!

Bound by Legend has a cover and is officially up for pre-order on Amazon! When demons show up there will be hell to pay… At nineteen Morgan has already faced more loss than she can handle and has more experience living on the street than she wants. Unable to do anything other than keep on … Continue reading

Dragon’s Call Fall Sale!

It’s officially Fall and even the weather is starting to finally act like it. In honor of one of my favorite times of the year, I have a big Dragons Call sale going on! The first book in the series, Embers at Galdrilene, is on sale for the weekend for only .99! And if that … Continue reading

4th of July Dragon’s Call Giveaway!

The 4th of July marks the birthday for my nation (well kind of, but its the official day anyway). So as way of saying Happy Birthday, United States I’m doing a giveaway of Dragon’s Call. What’s in the giveaway?  Two complete, signed, paperback sets of Dragon’s Call books. (U.S. residents only) Two free audio copies … Continue reading

Authors Caught in the Middle

Okay, yes I know, blogging twice in one day. What the heck is wrong with me? Well honestly I thought I was done talking about this whole Hatchette/Amazon thing, but I guess I’m not. Why? Because I’m tired of Hatchette author urging indies to side with them like it will somehow help us. I’m tired … Continue reading

Hatchette/Amazon Battle

I haven’t blogged much lately, you know with all of that writing stuff I do for a living combined with gardens, canning, freezing, children, dogs, cats, chickens, geese, etc. Things have been a little on the busy side to say the least. However, after an email this morning, I decided to take a brief moment … Continue reading

Amazon Not My Best Friend?

Well, duh! Of course they aren’t my best friend. Amazon is a business. It’s a retailer that sells my books (and many other things). Why on earth would they be my best friend? Guess what, bookstores aren’t my best friends either. I may find books within them that will become my friends, but the store … Continue reading

War on Amazon? Why?

Quoted from the article: “It’s probably not a coincidence that many of the most strident anti-Amazon advocates are making millions (in Patterson’s case, hundreds of millions) of dollars within the publishing system as it currently exists. It’s simply human nature to believe that a system that has worked for me is a just system, a desirable system, the … Continue reading