Saturday, February 23, 2013

Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Starting on Monday, 2/25/2013, I am giving away a $5 Amazon gift card! Go to my Facebook page to enter to win!

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Free Book Today!

There's something else special about today....

Steering Gone Awry is FREE!! Don't miss your chance! It's sitting at #181 overall in Amazon's free category. Yeah, doing rather well. :)

So, if you haven't grabbed your copy yet, here's the link!

What's New

I've been rather absent from my blog because I've been slaving away on projects! And here are two of them:

My second book A Proper Fish Story, which was formerly titled A Redneck Romance, is now available on Amazon in its new format! The new version no longer contains the chapter A Redneck Romance and has new material in its stead.

I partnered with a talented watercolorist for the cover. Isn't it fun?!

AND I also published a version of my two books combined!

So if you haven't read either of my books, this is a great way to get them both at a reduced price! Just follow this link to get your copy of Country Misadventures!

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Changes in the Series Vlog

I've been talking on my Facebook page about making some changes to my book A Redneck Romance. Well, those changes are about to take place this coming weekend, and this video tells you why! 

Friday, February 8, 2013

From Terrors of the East

Here's a small excerpt of the story I will be adding in to my second book. The revamped book (A Redneck Romance) will be available for sale on the 21st of February. And for those who have the book already, the updated version will be dowloadable shortly after!

The excerpt from the new chapter, Terrors of the East:

"Now where we lived, a good half an hour away from anything resembling civilized civilization, we were hard pressed to find any sort of employment. There was no paper route to be had, and immigrants from Mexico took up most of the farmhand jobs available.

I became a piano instructor when I was fourteen. I think this occupation is closely assimilated with that of a librarian. The people around me sighed and shook their heads, knowing I was sentenced to old-maiddom. I proved them wrong six years later, but the odds were against me.

However, my older brothers couldn’t consider piano teaching as a profession for two reasons: there’s nothing worse than men choosing an old maid’s line of work, and they also didn’t know how to play the instrument. So, in our area of the world, there was only one possibility left—goatheads."