I’m not here any more; I’m there.


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It’s not too late to win a free book!



Yes, Virginia, there IS such a thing as a free lunch book.

It doesn’t cost anything to move to my new site with me, subscribe to my new blog, and say “Hi, I’m here!”

But you could win a free book of your own choosing just for doing so.


See ya there!

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Time is running out!

Get your Kindles here!

I’m getting a Kindle Touch for Christmas. Shhhh! Don’t tell I know!

PS. This is an image and doesn’t really give you a quick tour. Click the word Kindles up above to see the tours.


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In which pooks bribes you…

Since I’m in the process of creating a new site and moving this blog there, I am here today to tempt you into clicking this and going to the other site, by having a contest where I’ll be giving away at least one free book, maybe more. The book of your choice (up to $20). Seriously, you want a shot at that right? Okay, go subscribe to the blog on the new site!


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Back up, people–I’m gonna swoon!

It’s my new bookcover for the release of which you will be hearing a lot in coming weeks. But for now–

Excuse me while I just sit back and stare at teh pretty….


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“We’re movin’ lodgin’s!”

That little quote comes from the movie musical OLIVER and it cracked me up every time Ron Moody as Fagin shouted it.

Okay, I was a kid. Lots of things cracked me up.

But it’s true. In the next few weeks this blog is moving lodgings to my new website. Want a sneak preview? Want to help me test it out?

Go here.

Look around, tell me what you think! It’s still getting tweaked so anything you have probs with, please feel free to leave me a note about it over there in the blog. Or here. Or just join the party over there. (There is a party post with tea and booze.)


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Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day!

“On December 3rd, 2011, take the child in your life to a bookstore. Watch
his face light up as you give him free access, not just to a new book,
but to tomorrow.”

And if you don’t have a child handy, take your inner child.

Remember the magic of bookstores?

Yeah. That.

Books I loved as a child:  Sam and the Firefly, Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, and Half Magic.

What about you?


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