In celebration of the impending publication of Titan Magic: Body and Soul, the price of Titan Magic (the ebook) will be dropped to 99¢ at Amazon and Kobo for the rest of December. So if you’ve been on the fence about whether or not to get it, now’s the time. And if you enjoy the story, rest assured its sequel will be available soon!
Titan Magic: Body and Soul is throwing an informal cover reveal for its happy-looming-publication party. If you’d like to attend, check out any of the participating blogs on Friday, November 15th. Hope to see you there!
Smoldering because it went down in flames. Successfully. We made it, but not in one piece. We lost a lot of money, a transmission, six tires, and one beloved pet. This is the primary reason I’ve been taking my time about getting back online. I think we’ve just about pulled ourselves back together, and I’m so glad to be close to the ocean again. The ocean feels like home to me. It’s funny. No matter where I go in the world, the ocean is home.
It’s good to be home again.
So I’ve made goals, at last! Here’s what you can expect to see from me in the coming months:
1) Chemistry will be coming out in paperback.
2) Titan Magic: Body and Soul will be published in both ebook and paperback.
And here’s what you can expect to not see, but will be done anyway:
3) Titan Magic: Chaotic World will be outlined! YAY!
4) The Watcher, the Thief, and the Sacrifice will enter revisions. I’m really excited to share this story with you. It’s a stand alone frame story, and I hope you’ll enjoy reading it when it’s ready.
That should keep me properly busy for a while. Thank you all so much for your patience while I recovered from the catastrophe that was my escape from the desert.
I just found out Doctor Who is back on the air! That’s how out of touch I’ve been. I missed it, and I’m probably going to miss some more because THINGS ARE HAPPENING. My life could change dramatically very soon in so many different ways, and it all comes down to just a few factors. For this reason, I’ve been in high-anxiety mode. When I’m not running around trying to figure things out and get things done, I’m busy fighting insomnia. So I haven’t been blogging, I haven’t been tweeting, I haven’t been very active on Goodreads or DeviantArt, and I’m sorry.
One thing I have been doing is working to get my books to a wider audience. You may have noticed Chemistry, my contemporary YA retelling of Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, has been having a bit of a coming-out party in the form of a free e-book event. It was nurtured and sheltered by Amazon for its first several months in the world, and now it’s time for the little book to grow up and meet new vendors like Kobo and Barns & Noble. Maybe even iBooks, if iBooks is sweet.
If you missed the first few days of Chemistry‘s event, don’t fret. You can still grab the book for free at Amazon all day today and tomorrow. Please do, in fact! Compared to Titan Magic, Chemistry has been kind of an odd duck—a socially awkward, shy little book. It needs to get out there and dance with new readers.
And I need to get my life in order so I can sit down and have a very serious Doctor Who marathon night.
This last month has been such fun! I thought I’d share what I’ve been up to.
On September 30th, Titan Magic received a five star review from The Little Blue Pig book blog! And I was invited to give an author interview, which is always a pleasure.
Over at A New Kind of Ordinary I got to write about why I love folklore and why I fill my stories with it whenever I can. There’s a giveaway contest going on, too. You still have time to enter to win!
And last but not in the least bit least, I was invited to participate in an event at What’s Your Story. It will be an interview/giveaway, and it’s scheduled for March 1st.