Saturday, March 3rd…3pm at White Birch Books in North Conway, NH…I will be sitting down to a Local Author’s signing of my first two books HUNTSMAN and DAGGER.
White Birch Books
Come by to say ‘Hey’ if you are in the area.
A further note of interest: work on Book Three has resumed with 7,500 new words in Jan / Feb. I have been shockingly negligent in actual word production of late, but my New Year’s Resolution was to pick up again and write habitually and THAT I have accomplished even if my Word Count Goal was not met.
I am attending the Saima Park Tori again this year…I hope! (Thanks once again to my book distributors for shipping via the wrong service. I needed the extra anxiety of maybe NOT having books to sell at the event!)
My niece forwarded me the link to the Sentinel & Enterprise write-up. I don’t think I’ve been in a newspaper for my writing!
Saima Park Annual Tori is the place to be on Sunday for the Classic Car Cruise as well.
Come on by! I’m almost famous now. Once Steven Spielberg’s people call me back for the movie deal and James Earl Jones agrees to read the audio book version…
My niece approached me via Facebook about participating in a new social justice endeavor she works with because A. I sporadically write stuff and B. one of the first themes was Justice and Hospitality.
At first I was reluctant, because…reasons…and then I remembered this story from the recent past.
It was fun to write, and the editors from Streetside were a pleasure to work with in revision mode.
So… Thanks, Kaija!
It was a nice reminder to myself that, despite frustrations, there are great personalities in this world from ALL walks of life.
In the bustle of work-a-day, sometimes you have to make the extra effort. It makes you weary. It is hard to do. They may not need that extra effort, but might simply appreciate that you gave it.
Sometimes, you just ‘have to draw the horse’ and hope…
Streetside Conversations and on Facebook
Greetings to all!
I want to give a shout-out to youngest sister and her hubby on their new endeavor: homesteading!
Anyone who has experience with homestead farming, off-the-grid lifestyle or the raising and care of farm animals, please stop by the newly established facebook group The Shadowlands Farm and drop a word of encouragement to baby sis and her fam!
Continue reading Combo Post!
Another Tori this weekend, this time held at the VFW hall on Rt 12 in Fitzwilliam NH.
The hours are from 9 am to 2 pm and I will have a table filled, very briefly, with copies of Huntsman and Dagger, books One and Two of The Hunted Mage Trilogy.
I say briefly because last time I sold all I had, so move fast! I suggest a run on my table at 10ish to snatch them all up for Christmas and Hanukkah gifts.(It’s never too early!)
Here’s a link to a page with some of the other craftsfolk that will be there:
Finn Fun Tori
There’s a Tori happening next week…a Finnish market.
As my books are set in Finland AD 1019, I have rented a table to try to sell some books next Sunday.
I had some good sales last time I went in 2014 and now there is Book the Second: DAGGER available so…with a super quiet weekend at the hotel, I, at my lovely Bride’s urging, will attend and put on my salesman’s hat.
We had a fun time at the last Tori and this one has 2 things that make it fun:
- It is coupled with an antique Car Show and
- It is being held at Saima Park which is where we held our wedding reception almost 26 years ago!
Anyone in the mid-Massachusetts area come on by to say hello! (If you do stop by, you will be subjected to my sales pitch…fair warning!)
Also, I am looking for other gatherings along these lines to sell & sign books and get sales moving. I don’t do enough of these events so if anyone hears of things through the winter in the Mass/New Hampshire area please let me know!
Huntsman is available on Kindle from Amazon for $2.99 today.It is also onsale in the UK Amazon for £1.99. (I thought myself a tad clever for actually finding the symbol for the British pound up there. Never found that before!)
My sister texted me and told me that my 14-year-old niece just finished Huntsman and cried out for their copy of Dagger which, sadly, deployed with my brother-in-law into parts unmentionable due to Operational Security restrictions.
Yes…my second book may be on a secret mission with an Army Medic. He may need to tear out pages to staunch a wound. I hope they are somewhat absorbent.
He was supposed to send me a picture of Book One in some obviously exotic locale without jeopardizing his own security, but he never did. Here’s hoping Book 2 stands a better chance!
My summary: Huntsman is a great read for young and older alike and Dagger is even better, in my opinion. (Ages 14 and up, please, due to some Viking warfare situations).
Refer your fantasy loving friends and help me sell copies this week. Many thanks!
U.S. Huntsman for Kindle
UK Huntsman for Kindle