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What a jumble this year has been! We end the year with Doug Jones‘s historic win in Alabama (yay) and the GOP Tax Bill passing the House and Senate (grrr). Robert Mueller will either save us or be ignominiously fired by … Continue reading
I don’t often do Smashwords-only deals, but because the site now allows authors to set public coupons for their books and showcases them in a Special Deals section, I decided to set my novels Elsie Street and The Pull of … Continue reading
When I started writing the book that became Time of Grace in 1996, I really gave little thought to the Easter Rising of 1916 being almost 100 years old. After all, as a child in Dublin in the 1970s, I knew an elderly … Continue reading
Amazon offers a time-based promotional discount called the Kindle Countdown, which I’ve never yet used for any of my books. I decided to enroll Time of Grace this Friday through Sunday (May 8-10), so the novel will be available for … Continue reading
Once again, Smashwords is holding their annual Read an Ebook Week promotion (March 1–7). I always find out about this at the very last moment and put a few of my books into the pile. This time, Time of Grace … Continue reading
November seems like a good month for a promotion, so with that in mind my recently published memoir It’s Not You, It’s Me will be free for three days starting tomorrow. (Nov. 10–12) And just so it won’t be lonely, … Continue reading
Smashwords‘ Summer/Winter sale (July 1-31) has been underway for awhile now. I wanted to mention that three of my ebooks are enrolled in the promotion. Two (Time of Grace and Connecting the Dots) are discounted and one (Night Train to … Continue reading
Happy Easter! It’s nice to look out the window into the sunny garden as I type. I’m happy to be able to post The Fussy Librarian’s seal of approval on my blog. The Fussy Librarian is a free subscription service … Continue reading
Red City Review is a newish online professional literary book review. They gave Time of Grace a 5-star review last month, and I was very pleased. But the icing on the cake was when I was informed a few days … Continue reading