Happy Friday, Bloglandia!
Release Week for The Undead Mr. Tenpenny is drawing to a close. Hey, did I just hear someone cheering, “Oh, thank goodness!” out there?
Anyway, during this crazy week, not only have I been invading my own blog space, but I’ve somehow crept my way onto other blogs too. I’m like a bad case of mold!
Now, just yesterday, I’ve slime-molded my way into Book Club Mom’s blog. Barbara (aka “Book Club Mom”) is a huge supporter of indie authors and she absolutely lives for books! And she’s been kind enough to present a lovely little Author Update about yours truly.
So, be sure to check it out…she loves watching her blog stats climb, so popping over there will put a big smile on her face! Plus, her blog is a book lover’s paradise, so it might just put a smile on your face as well.
Enjoy! I’ll be back soon…mwahahahaha
More Fun for the Week Ahead….
Daily details of what’s in store (and what you’ve missed)….
- Monday – The Inspiration for The Undead Mr. Tenpenny (with video)
- Tuesday – Release Day! Links and a repost of a stellar review and another stellar review (no video, phew)
- Wednesday – Double dose of videos. 1) The secret of my character names, and 2) Why my magic system made me drool more than once
- Thursday – Oops, I forgot to tell you about the book. I do so in this post (with video).
- Friday – I had too much fun with cultural references in the book, and thought I’d share a few (with video). And a surprise blog post from Book Club Mom.
- Saturday – Paperback show off!! What not to do with paperback design, and the final result after fixing it (with video)
- Sunday – A break from my books to post about what I read in February
- Wednesday (3 March) – Finally, what’s coming up next (with video)
- Shop for The Undead Mr Tenpenny at https://books2read.com/CassieBlack1
- Or purchase the book directly through me for a slight discount at https://payhip.com/b/w7H6
“When I saw the book title…my first thought was, “another zombie apocalypse”. A wonderful surprise greeted me with an entertaining story that was written with humor, a great story line and new twist on the undead.”
—J. Tate, Eugene Reviewer