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Order any of my novels from my eStores this week and receive 20% off your total order. After clicking the “Add to Cart” buttons on the storefront pages, a new page opens. Put this code in the “Options and Discounts” box before clicking the “Check Out” button: (offer has expired) Here are my eStore web sites:
It’s my way of thanking you all for your support. Happy holidays!
I’m so honored to see that The Cyber Miracles was named Book of the Week at Breakout Books!
My third novel, 3/17, will be available soon. Here’s a brief description:
In this loose parody of Dante’s Inferno, four Irish traditional musicians get lost in the backwoods of upstate New York the week before St. Patrick’s Day. On the journey, the band descends through nine hellish circles of American-style 3/17 revelry: Step-dancing princesses. Bobbing shamrock headbangers. Green beer bacchanals. Shillelagh-wavin’ geezers.
(WARNING: Abandon hope, all ye corned beef-allergic who enter here.)
This novel, like my first two, comes with a lexicon of Irish phrases and slang. It will also have a list price of $20 and will be available at all the outlets where my first two novels are sold.
For more information, visit marypathyland.com or the official blog.
I just created the blog for my new novel, 3/17. The book is in final editing stage. Follow all the latest news on it here.
On Tuesday, Sept. 21, I’ll be participating in my first “-palooza” event.
Barnes & Noble in the Town Square Mall, Vestal, N.Y., is hosting a local authors event called “Authorpalooza” that evening at 6:30. About 15 authors will be sitting at café tables around the bookstore selling and signing their books. (Books are bought at B&N checkout.) It should be a fun event with special drawings for guests.
I think my new novel, 317, will be published by then. I’ll let you know.
A note to my readers who have enjoyed The Cyber Miracles and A Sudden Gift of Fate: I am now framing the story for the third book in this series. Yes, more of Maeve, Andy, Fergal and Brídgeen. And maybe some characters you don’t like will return to stir things up. Expect this novel late in 2011 or early 2012.
In the meantime, I plan to release my third novel, 317, sometime this summer in e format first (Kindle, Nook, iPad, iPhone, etc.) While it has Irish themes, it will be different from the Maeve Kenny Series. In 2011, look for my fourth novel, The Terminal Diner, to be released in paperback. Again, this book (influenced by my experiences on 9/11) will be much different from my first two novels. It has some characters that I think will tug at your heart as strongly as the ones in these first two books.