I am pleased to announce that ‘Maiden of Death, Book 2 of the Forgotten Gods Trilogy’ is now available! In celebration of the release, I’m having my biggest prize give-away ever! The eBook is available exclusively from Amazon. In a few weeks, the trade paperback edition will be available from Amazon and CreateSpace. Please help spread the word, and Thank You, for your continued support. Now, on with the contest. What are the prizes? I’m glad you asked! The Grand Prize is a $200 USD Visa gift card. Second place prize is a Kindle Fire HD (7” Display, 16 GB, Wi-Fi, Dolby Sound). Third place prize is a $100 USD Visa gift card. Fourth place prize is a $50 USD Visa gift card. Fifth place prize is an autographed Trade Paperback of Maiden of Destiny and Maiden of Death (once the trade paperback edition is available), PLUS a $10 USD Continue Reading
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The Holiday Season always puts me in a good mood. After all, it is better to give than to receive. So this year, Santa Lenny is once again reaching into his bag of goodies and giving you a chance to win some nice prizes. Why? Consider it a small token of my appreciation for the support everyone has shown me. Maiden of Destiny – Book 1 of the Forgotten Gods Trilogy, has done well, and I know many of you are anxiously awaiting Book 2, Maiden of Death. I apologize that Book 2 is taking longer than anticipated to finish, but this has been one of those years where life got in the way. I’m working hard on Book 2 and hope to have it published in the near future. If you have already read Maiden of Destiny, you have my heartfelt Continue Reading
Okay, so I’m not Sally Field. I’m a writer. But her famous line does apply to my latest “event”—August LIKE Month. What exactly is August LIKE Month? I’m glad you asked. Let me explain. In this day and age, the biggest key to success for any author is networking. It doesn’t matter if you’re an independent or traditionally published author, getting the word out means the difference between reveling in success or wallowing in the lonely pit of anonymity. In simpler terms it means selling books or not, receiving royalty checks or having to rob the piggy bank for enough change to buy coffee. I’ll be the first to admit I don’t write for the money. I write for two reasons. First, I write for the pure joy of writing. It’s my escape from the mundane. Writing allows me to enter worlds where anything is possible with a thought and Continue Reading
The winners of the Holiday Giveaway are: Debb DeFord – Grand Prize Winner of the Kindle Fire Toni Gray – 2nd Prize Winner of a $25 Amazon Kindle Gift Card Lisa Ley – 3rd Prize Winner of an autographed copy of my Trade Paperback, Maiden of Destiny Congratulations to the winners! Thanks to everyone who entered the contest and I hope you all have a prosperous and healthy New Year. Thanks for your continued support.