All my books are now available everywhere books are sold (or can be ordered). Here’s a link to my amazon page so you can see the paperbacks, ebooks, and audiobook available, but remember, you can get them through your own bookstore if you prefer:


It’s been a learning experience and a true process starting a publishing company, getting the books ready in the various formats, and getting them all through all the hoops on Lightning Source, Bowker, and Amazon. 

Now I have blog tours lined up. I’ve done a couple already: Dru’s Musings, and Marilyn’s Musings. If you like reading blogs by book authors, do go visit both of these women’s blogs. They are treasure troves of information. Beginning Feb 12, for eight weeks, The Illustrious Client will be reviewed on someone’s blog. I have no control over these reviews, so am hoping to get some decent ones, but for sure they’ll be objective. 

I’ll appear on The Liz McMullen Show before too long. If you follow me on FB or Twitter, I’ll keep you up to date on all these guest spots. Some of them will have prizes.

Let me know if you want to be added to the email list of people who receive a rare newsletter from me. (I don’t mean rare in the old, valuable sense. Just that I don’t send them often.)

If you’re one of the people who has already bought my audiobook, I hope you’ll leave a brief review on amazon after you’ve finished it. Reviews sell more books that just about anything else. Way more than paid ads. We all want to hear what real people in real time think about the products we’re about to buy.

Remember to use the “Look Inside” feature on amazon about ANY book you’re about to buy, whether you’re purchasing from amazon or not. Only you will know whether those first ten pages are going to grab you. Also, one reviewer of The Hounding said she thought my book was going to be about werewolves. She wouldn’t have thought that if she’d read a few pages, or even the book blurb. I hope she got her money back. You can, you know. And sometimes you might be in too big a hurry, or you click on the wrong book, or who knows what. When that happens, ask Amazon for a refund, they’ll give it to you. And I think most bookstores will do the same.

Thanks for reading the blog. Thanks for buying my books.

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