I’ve been shot in the heart! In a really happy way. Natali from Book Cupid has posted a great FOUR star review for Fate’s Fables. So fly on over there and have a read! Share this:
If anyone had told me when I graduated high school that I’d one day become a published writer, I would’ve said, “You’re demented! I can’t write. All you have to do is look at my English grades to know that would never happen in a million years. I’m going to be an artist. Ask my art teacher.
Art by Jonathan Wolstenholme A big hug and thank you to my cousin Tracey Green for getting her book club to read Fate’s Fables. I got to meet a great bunch of women and eat some really yummy treats. And it was fun answering questions about the book. Here’s a few of the questions that
The moment I saw Taiyoung Choi’s painting of what’s actually an alien for some sci-fi fiction books, I thought of the scryer from the Lightning Sword in Fate’s Fables. Here’s a short excerpt from the fable: Lortaun climbed to the oracle set high in the mountain of Alderath to consult the scryer, a magical sea beast whose
Stop by Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews for an interview with Fate and be sure to enter to win a copy of Fate’s Fables! For those of you who already read Fate’s Fables, there’ll be a few new things to discover about Fate. Giveaway ends April 15, 2013. Share this: