Monday, July 7, 2014

It Starts Now!

The kindle countdown sale of "A Changed World" has already begun in the UK and is about to start (11 AM Eastern, 8 AM Pacific) in the US.  It lasts only 72 hours and the price is at its lowest today.  Go check it out! (I love tinyurl)  http://tinyurl.com/qbtkc97


Thursday, July 3, 2014

Sale in the US and the UK July 7-10

The kindle version of "A Changed World" will be on sale at Amazon in the US and the UK from July 7 to July 10!  Stay tuned!

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Sale Coming!

Sale of "A Changed World" is coming!  Starting on July 7, there will be a Kindle Countdown Sale of "A Changed World" on Amazon.  The sale will run from July 7 to July 10, starting at 99 cents on July 7 and increasing a little each day until it's back to its usual price.  The sale begins at 8:00 AM Pacific time on July 7.  That's  11:00 AM Eastern time.  Anywhere in between, you do the math :)  The sale ends  on July 10.  Heads up!

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Soon in Paperback

"Hurricane Warning", one of my little poetry books, will soon be available in a print edition.  It's taking a little longer than expected because of some changes in the interior design, but it should be available in early July.  

I love poetry!  Well, as a genre.  Obviously I can't love all poetry. I know there are a lot of people who are afraid of poetry.  If you are one of them, don't be.  Come on in; the water's fine!  I will, of course, let you know when "Hurricane Warning" is out in paperback. Of course, you can always buy it in ebook.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

On Sale Right Now!

"A Changed World" is on sale right now for only 99 cents!  http://tinyurl.com/qz39o4u
Check it out at Amazon!

Sale Soon!

Coming very soon: a sale on "A Changed World" in kindle format only.  The details are set up yet but stay tuned. http://tinyurl.com/m9ego8l

Friday, May 23, 2014

The Gift

I woke up this morning and staggered out of bed in the half-light. I was barefoot and headed for the bathroom. There was something soft and lumpy under my left foot.  A cat toy, I thought, but it didn't feel right.  So I looked.  By now, of course you may have guessed. It was a small mouse, very dead. My cats do not go out to hunt, but we live in an old farmhouse and sometimes the mice come in; more fool they. The Lady is a mighty hunter.

I squeaked with surprise, probably not unlike the poor mouse, and almost lost my balance.

"Mow!" said the Lady, from her spot on the nearby cat condo.

"Yes," said I,"of course. Thank you so very much!"  I noticed that the ears had been chewed off the mouse, but naturally I didn't mention it; it seemed rude. One should always be courteous when a cat gives a present.

"I will eat it in the bathroom," I said.

I picked up the mouse with a tissue and proceeded to the bathroom, where I buried the mouse at sea.