Hi there! Just to make it
agonizingly clear — again! — I haven’t been nominated for anything.
As always, I offer my ebooks through all retailers, including Amazon, Amazon UK, B&N/Nook, Smashwords, et al., So, I’m giving readers the maximum choice of where and how to buy my books, regardless of device they own.
Now, I’m in the process of publishing all my books directly to the Kobo publishing platform. Awesome! And you can buy them all from Kobo right now.
But … that’s not all! You can buy print editions of all the novels in my Sam McRae mystery series. From indie bookstores online. So you don’t have to buy them from
Hitler Amazon or B&N. Ha ha ha #iamfoolish
And I’ve been working hard on my Indiegogo project, and my chapter for the stroke rehab book, along with writing words on my YA novel. Plus, I may (possibly) be doing a local speaking appearance. I’ll keep you apprised.
Here’s the awesome cover of my latest novel, in case you’ve forgotten what it looks like.
And speaking of crowdsourcing, major congrats to Jeanne V. Bowerman! Way to go.
I hear ya, sister! Ha ha ha …
That’s Jeanne V. Bowerman. In case you were wondering. Ha ha ha #iamfoolish
Can you say “sheer desperation”? Ha ha ha …
Why is this man not smiling? Ha ha ha … #iamfoolish
I will quote from the article:
With four days to go in its fundraising campaign, the “tiny radio show about design, architecture and the 99 percent invisible activity that shapes our world” has raised over $147,000 through close to 5,000 supporters on Kickstarter, shattering its original goal of only $42,000.
(Notably, the number also already marks it as 1 of only 208 successfully funded projects on Kickstarter to raise over $100,000.)
“Never tell me the odds.” – Han Solo
Been there, done that, Stephen. Ignore the haters.
I guess. Ha ha ha …
But speaking of accomplished missions. Perfect Mars landing!
Veronica Mars is awesome!
Ha ha ha …
Death of a Schoolgirl, the first in a new series by Joanna Campbell Slan that features Jane Eyre as an amateur sleuth, is now available! “Slan refashions a beloved heroine as a surprisingly canny detective.” Kirkus Reviews. I hope you’ll check it out– and please “Like” it on
Hitler Amazon, “Review” it, or “Share” it with other mystery lovers!
There’s the link right there! http://tinyurl.com/ckgs2cn
Here’s The Bloggesses’ (sp?) last leg of her book tour, for the benefit of my siblings.
Also, because she’s been
sensible good decent kind enough to drop the Nathan Fillion twine requests, I’ll also drop my twine!
Given our missed opportunity to talk, may I extend my
slightly gimpy hand in virtual friendship? Ha ha ha … #iamfoolish
And … now … a really cool video someone posted in a comment on another blog, where you can read the most
bizarre crazy weird interesting story theory about my dystonia. #dystonia #iamfoolish
We never saw this on the Tube. That’s the London subway, of course. Ha ha ha …
Now let’s end things with the
video song I was able to access featured on yesterday’s teaser from Nik Nak’s Old Peculiar.
And here’s the awesome Olympic torch-bearer’s quote:
“It seemed a bit of a cheat to go by train but I was told that it would have been logistically very difficult to do it on foot.” — Chris Bonington born 6 August 1934