It’s a (Rather Subdued) Release Day

Hello Bloglandia!! I hope you're all doing well, or as well as possible. It's stressful times, but isn't that the perfect excuse to escape into another world with a good book? Oh, and I just happen to have a new one ready for you! Ugh, that was THE lamest sales pitch ever, right? Anyway, this … Continue reading It’s a (Rather Subdued) Release Day

It’s Release Day for the Big Ol’ Box Set

Hello Bloglandia! I know you've all been sitting around thinking, "Gee, I'd really like to get into that Osteria Chronicles series because I crave the mythological adventure of Clash of the Titans, plus I enjoy the blend of history and fantasy in books by Bernard Cornwell and Madeline Miller, but I hate having to click that Add … Continue reading It’s Release Day for the Big Ol’ Box Set

Release Day Part Two!! The Beasties of Osteria

What? You thought Book Launch Day was a one-off affair? Not when you have Beasties who want to do their part to make Domna a raging success. Just in case you missed the news, yesterday was Release Day for the first part of my serialized historical fantasy novel Domna: The Sun God's Daughter. It was … Continue reading Release Day Part Two!! The Beasties of Osteria

Release Day Is Here! Free Books, Beastie Bargains & Sincere Thanks

Yes,. it's finally here!! Today is the official Release Day for The Bonds of Osteria, the fourth installment of my highly recommended fantasy series in which myths come to life as you've never seen them before! I have SO much to say about this release and Finn McSpool has even organized a photo shoot in … Continue reading Release Day Is Here! Free Books, Beastie Bargains & Sincere Thanks

My Favorite Story Line: Orpheus & Eurydice

I've made it back from my adventures on the Emerald Isle, and although there's the post-vacation blues and jet lag to sort through, I'm still super excited to crank out today's post because it's finally time to tell you all about my favorite of the many story lines I've woven together in The Bonds of … Continue reading My Favorite Story Line: Orpheus & Eurydice