February 1, 2016

Exciting News!

I’ve been a busy bee this weekend, proofing books (they're so beautiful 8_8) and setting up several pages on social media websites. If you prefer Facebook, I’m there. If you’re partial to the more casual venue of Tumblr (and many pictures of cats, rabbits, tea, and books), I’m there, too. I don’t really understand why Twitter exists or how to use it properly, but I figured why not give it a go. So please, follow me in whatever way you see fit.

On a more exciting note, the ebook of Miscast Spells is now available! You can purchase it from Amazon or Barnes and Noble. In a few weeks the print version will also be available. Stay tuned!

! ! ! EDIT ! ! !
It's now available on Amazon in print! That was fast! 

If you prefer supporting your brick and mortar stores, it will be available from them also in a few weeks (but... on there websites? I'm 98% if you walk into Barnes and Noble you can still order it from an actual person and ship-to-store. This used to generate business for that particular store and thus provide it a reason for existing, but I'm not sure if they handle that type of transaction like that anymore. I still need to see about what it takes for stores to actually stock it; nothing would bring me more pleasure than pointing out a set of four or five of my books on a shelf and saying to random strangers, "That's a cool lookin' book," or "Hey, have you read this? Man, I've heard it's really funny," or "I read that one. I mean, just... I'm a better person for having read it. The ending, though. The ending!")

But I digress. Please order a copy for yourself, your kids, your grandkids, and anyone else who likes stories about friendship and goblins. 

Just imagine a whole row of those spines. They're so lovely and green!

 ! ! ! ANOTHER EDIT ! ! !
It turns out that it's also on Barnes and Noble's website. If you click on the Nook book version, you can read a little preview (on my computer the formatting is wonky, but on actual e-readers it's okay.) Amazon also has a shorter but easier-to-read preview (it cuts off right before the end of the prologue.)

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