Shipment of Signed Copies. If you connected with me for a signed copy (before this morning), your book is in the mail! Want one of your own? I have plenty more. Details here >>

Amazon Delivery. My pre-ordered copy of Tsumiko and the Enslaved Fox arrived yesterday. FINALLY! Which means the book’s now in stock with Amazon and available for Prime delivery. If you’ve been holding back, waiting for a better time … this is it! ::twinkle::

Bookplates. I’ve been holding onto the bookplates people ordered until I knew Amazon was shipping their books. Because I slipped a little something spoilery in the envelope. Those are now winging their way toward readers. You’ll have mail soon! Want to add a bookplate to your book? They’re only $3 (four dollars for international shipping). Details here >>

Tsumiko bookplate

Photo Challenge. A snapshot is all it will take to gain entry into a drawing for fabulous prizes (sparkling nibs!). All the particulars here >>

Review Challenge. You would be helping me in a big way if you left me a little review. So I’m offering a little incentive for being part of the buzz. Take part here >>

Author Q&A. Save the date! I’ll be hosting a weekend-long post-release party here on the blog, which will include a Q&A session for all those questions you may have for me (or the cast). Everything will begin May 4, 2018.


4 thoughts on “Update

  1. My book arrived last Wed., but Amazon sent me a note on Thurs., saying my book is somewhere and they will get it to me real soon. I’m sure they’ll figure it out, lol! Meanwhile, I’ve been savoring every chapter. 😁

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  2. Yay! Mine finally arrived and I finished it this morning. It was awesome! I’ll have to wait a bit to leave you a review on Amazon, though. I pulled an all-nighter to read it, and my pregnant self is now stupid-tired, lol. 😏 😆

    Thank you for writing such a lovely story. I can’t wait for book two! 😊💖


  3. While Amazon hasn’t actually shipped my book, they have finally withdrawn the purchase price from my bank account, which is usually a sign of imminent shippage. So yay?


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