Pimping one reader!

*From Monsieur le Oyster, this morning.  And yes, I’m writing chapter of Rogue Magic.*

We had just one submission this week, so hopefully that means you all are too busy writing to send me links! Now take a break from torturing your characters and watch someone else torture theirs! As always, future entries can (and should!) be sent to freerangeoyster [aht] gmail [daht] com. Happy reading!
Jason Dyck, AKA The Free Range Oyster
Pachyderm Fancier, Mercenary Wordsmith, and Surfer on the Human Wave

Karen Myers

Bound into the Blood – A Virginian in Elfland (The Hounds of Annwn)

Bound into the Blood
DISTURBING THE FAMILY SECRETS COULD BRING RUIN TO EVERYTHING HE’S WORKED SO HARD TO BUILD.

George Talbot Traherne, the human huntsman for the Wild Hunt, is preparing for the birth of his child by exploring the family papers about his parents and their deaths. When his improved relationship with his patron, the antlered god Cernunnos, is jeopardized by an unexpected opposition, he finds he must choose between loyalty to family and loyalty to a god.

He discovers he doesn’t know either of them as well as he thought he did. His search for answers takes him to the human world with unsuitable companions.

How will he keep a rock-wight safe from detection, or even teach her the rules of the road? And what will he awaken in the process, bringing disaster back to his family on his own doorstep? What if his loyalty is misplaced? What will be the price of his mistakes?

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30 responses to “Pimping one reader!

  1. Yeah, yeah, that’s it, I’ve been writing. Yup. (Actually I have been, but not fast enough, apparently.) And the next novel is in cover art stage. But there is a story up at Ye Blog, in case anyone ever wondered just who becomes a late night DJ.

    http://almatcboykin.wordpress.com/2014/03/08/free-fiction-wyrm/

  2. I just bought the first in the series. It was the reviews from the professional hunting organizations that sold me ;)

  3. And I’ve been writing too, despite the muscular and mustached lady shot-putter/editor that keeps telling me to fix my paragraphs before I write another–

    If I can put a personal request in here–Sarah/Oyster, shoot it down if this is out of line–I’ve had three beta readers bail on me in the last week. If anyone is interested in trading beta reading with me, I have a chapter of the work in question up at my website.

  4. Thanks, Kali — much appreciated! I’m a semi-pro hunt photographer (http://www.KLMImages.com) so at least I can get that part right. :)

  5. I didn’t realize the next one was so close to coming out. Thanks for posting this.

    • I love not having to wait a whole year for the next book in a series, but I keep forgetting to check more often.

  6. 6000 words and a plot problem solved. Two miles once the sun gets a little lower.

  7. I do have another book out “Perchance to Dream” but because it is in the select program I didn’t know if I should send the link– It is a dark fantasy. Plus I have a flash fiction on my blog– Otherwise I am still writing.

  8. Ack, I missed on the … actually, I was so fried after finishing the book and cover it slipped my mind entirely. How do I do it for next week?