After MUCH ado, Daniel, the sequel to Shelter, went live for Kindle this morning. It will be available for paperback within a day or two!
Coming soon to a Kindle near you!
It has been a crazy week! On Amazon, Shelter hit #1 in Religious Literature and Fiction! There’s even a cute little badge beside the thumbnail! And for a few hours, I as an author was #1 in Christian ebooks and Bibles! I can now say I’m a bestselling author and I won’t even by lying! 🙂 Thank you so much to all of you who have read, recommended, and reviewed my books! I am so honored, and so grateful!
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And not one but two new releases! Both are available for Kindle, and will be available in Paperback soon.
Three of my poems are in the debut issue of Cardinal Flower Journal! And they are placed alongside some very cool photos! Check them out!
After MUCH ado, the new novel is live for Kindle! (And it should be available in paperback, via Amazon or myself, within a few days.) Thanks everyone for your continued support! (And if you like the book, please, please leave a review. And if you don’t like the book, please tell me in private. Thank you.)
If you didn’t catch it (and that’s entirely reasonable, since it happened at 6:10 a.m.), here I am on WABI:
(Can you tell how nervous I was?)
For 20 years, Ted and Ruth Bookey have tirelessly organized poetry readings at the Harlow Art Gallery in Hallowell, Maine. (You can read more about that here: http://harlowgallery.org/twenty-years-of-poetry-at-the-Harlow/). Now, the torch has been handed over to three other capable poets: Claire Hersom, Jay Franzel, and Bob Mclaughlin.
On Friday, June 19th, Nate Amadon and I will be featuring at the Harlow Art Gallery, at 7 pm. Y’all should come! That morning, at 6:10 a.m. (gulp!), I will be going on WABI morning TV to talk about this reading series and my future trip to Oakland, California for NPS 2015! So, if you’re up really early, or you’re still trying to fall asleep from the night before, please tune in! And if you’re so inclined, pray for me, because I might be terrified!
Here it is, the cover of the new novel (yes, this one is actually long enough to qualify), done by the talented and patient Heidi of My Creative Pursuits.
Coming to a kindle near you in just a few weeks!
So this is exciting, even if I’m a little late to the party. I just found out that the amazing Bruce Spang reviewed Jesus Was a Feminist and other poems in The Cafe Review way back in the fall. Thank you, Bruce!