But when I looked, none of the reviews had been posted. That’s when it hit me. Those bloggers may have signed up simply for a review, not to host the book on a certain date. So that part of the list is invalid. It does look like the ones who promised a blog stop have posted them, so please stop by and see it.
I’m learning how this works more and more each day. =3
Thanks to everyone for all the support. Now time to go revise the sequel . . .
First, you may have noticed that the website has a new look. That’s because I decided to change my webhost on Monday. And what followed was a Memorial Day full of frustration and anger—all founded on the fact that I bought the wrong plan. The good news is that the support team was so nice, refunded my money, and I was able to get my website transferred successfully today. Some of the pictures on the posts are gone, but I can and will restore them in the next few weeks.
After that, I found out that Gods with Fur, the anthology one of my short stories was included in, won the award it was nominated for. You can see the stream of the award ceremony here:
(The anthologies’ award starts at 28:19). I’m so excited about that. It was shaping up to be a good day.
And then I got an e-mail.
A publishing company I had submitted my manuscript, Prince of the Sun, Princess of the Moon, to decided to accept it for publication! I signed the contract on Wednesday, and now I am in the editing process. I’ll be sure to provide more details as I move along.
In addition, I finished inking the last page of Chapter 3 of the Silver Foxes graphic novel. On to writing Chapter 4!
To celebrate the release of my next Silver Foxes book (ETA: August 2016) and the inclusion of an exclusive Silver Foxes short story in Fur Planet’s new anthology “Gods with Fur” (premiering at anthrocon in July 2016), I am holding a giveaway.
The prize is an exclusive print copy of a new short book named “My Experiences with J.R. Dunsworth: as told by Mira.” Here’s the cover:
Who is Mira? What are her experiences? Well, it’s best to hear it from her mouth:
I’ve known J.R. Dunsworth all of my life. He’s always been someone I can talk to–even if he is a bit mysterious. But now I hear he’s back on the Isle. And he has kids! Of course you know, I have to get to the bottom of this. But don’t worry; I’ll tell you everything I find out. No one–certainly not J.R.–can pull the wool over my eyes–particularly because I prefer cotton.
Keep you posted.
If you’d like to win a copy, enter below. Some options (such as the twitter option) allow you to make more than one entries. If you choose to comment on the blog as an entry method, please *actually* comment. I’ve seen some who have chosen that option, but I have not seen their comments. You can enter a comment below.