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30-Day Blogging Challenge, Day 27: Oestend and Davlova (with giveaway)

The official topics for my blogging challenge over the next few days are all boring, but I’m having a hell of a time coming up with anything interesting to say.


For lack of anything better to do, how about if I share some excerpts from a few of my lesser-known novels? I’m mostly known for the Coda books, but if you’ve only read Coda, I truly believe you haven’t read my best work. So maybe I’ll spend the next day or two highlighting some of those stories that people tend to skip over. Today, I’ll concentrate on my genre mash-ups.

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30-Day Blogging Challenge, Day 9: My Handwriting? (And a discounted ebook!)

Today’s topic is supposed to be a picture of my handwriting. I’m not really sure how I’m supposed to make an entire post out of that, but I’ll give it a shot.

How Can Anyone Read That?

Honestly, I have pretty crappy handwriting. Remember that line in Steel Magnolias where Clairee says to Ouiser, “You have the handwriting of a serial killer”? Well, mine isn’t quite that bad, but it sure isn’t good either!

(By the way, I had no idea that was how they spelled her name until I looked it up on IMDB. I always assumed it was “Weezer”.)


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Return now available for pre-order!

The exciting conclusion to Release, available August 31!

Return-500x750Fire rages through Davlova in the wake of a bloody revolution. The tyrannical upper class has been overthrown. In the midst of the chaos, Misha and Ayo escape on Miguel Donato’s boat and flee across the sea to the distant city of Deliphine.

All his life, Misha has dreamed of leaving Davlova behind, but now the only thing he wants to do is go home. He has no idea if the city still stands or how many of his friends have survived. But before he can return to Davlova and find his place in the wrecked landscape of the trenches, he’ll have to face a new threat in Deliphine – the Dollhouse.

Even in Deliphine, most people think the Dollhouse is a myth, but Misha knows the truth. The Dollhouse is real. It’s ruthless. It has an agenda.

And now, it wants Ayo back.

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