Because they’re an active bunch of little bees. Besides being amusing in the comments, I mean.
This is what I got this week. If any of you had anything new come out in the last month (since I only started this a week ago) let me know in the comments, and I’ll put it up. For some reason my email is being refractory, so if you sent me stuff and I didn’t answer, I probably didn’t get it. But I’ll update the post.
Also because I get (mumblety) zillion emails a day if you send me something you want to appear here on Saturday morning, send it with the subject “Commenter book” (even if it’s an appearance.) That way I can do a search.
There will be a post — after eliptical, breakfast and possibly shower. Until then there’s this in the order it got to me.
UPDATE: CELIA HAYES HAS COUPONS TO SAVE YOU MONEY ON HER BOOKS, SO:
I got this from Mike Weatherford
I’ve been posting chapters of my new novel, “Greenfields”, on my website, similar to what you’re doing with “Witchfinder”, except the book’s already written. So far, I’m not getting any comments. I don’t have any “alpha” or “beta” readers, and I do know I need some help from time to time. Can you help? My website is “Old Patriot’s Pen” (http://oldpatriot.blogspot.com/), and there are some outright political things there from time to time.
And yesterday he updated: All of “Greenfields” is now posted to my weblog, “Old Patriot’s Pen” (http://oldpatriot.blogspot.com/).
Steve Poling says his anthology is human wave and says:
I apologize for not thinking to ask you earlier for the honor of a
mention of /Finding Time/, available at Amazon here
(I’m not sure why he is apologizing. The mind-blank writer should have offered to do this before.)
Celia Hayes left this in the comments last week (I never got the email.) That means, if you need to be told, that the event is THIS weekend.
… this weekend, I am going up to Comfort, Texas, to participate in the 150th anniversary observations of the Nueces Fight, at the ‘True to the Union’ monument, where the dead were eventually buried, three years later. I’ll be working up discount coupons through Smashwords for all of my books, which will be good for about a week or so.
Ok, end of personal plug. Back to the usual… But for an explaination of the Nueces Fight – here is Part 1: http://celiahayes.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/the-nueces-fight-and-true-to-the-union/
And part 2: http://celiahayes.wordpress.com/2012/08/03/the-nueces-fight-conclusion/
Not all the tragedies of our Civil War took place east of the Mississippi.
Sabrina Chase adds: The second book in my *totally* human wave SF trilogy, Raven’s Children, came out last month. And my very first print version of my fantasy The Last Mage Guardian just went live this week. Linkages: http://amzn.to/OaCF8y http://amzn.to/QVTicy
AWK – On my blog http://scrambledsage.blogspot.com I am putting up chapters of Perchance to Dream, which is the novel I am working on this year.
My 10,000 word story Billy the Kid is a paranormal romance which I put up on amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008RCKYLI which I put up this month.
Oh yea, a review on Prime Target on my blog.
I love human wave…
[and because of that, we'll forgive her misspelling "hawk" -- runs.]
From Stryder Barlow
Ok, from Saturday the 11th of August until Monday the 13th, my short story is FREE on Kindle, if you don’t own a kindle, Amazon lets you download the Kindle software for your PC or Mac, to read Kindle books on too.
(This really nice lady named Sarah Hoyt put together my cover for me, she’s the best!)
Survival is about two little girls who grow up together, one dreams of reaching for the stars, the other of travelling among them. (This story, was inspired by hearing the lyrics ‘so you’re back, from outer space.’)
[Note from SH -- and yes, I'll help people with covers, provided you hit me when I have time or am trying to avoid writing. Actually I HATE bad covers, even though mine aren't the BEST, and I try to help people with them if I have a chance.]