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My latest work, 3/17, has just come out in Kindle (and iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.) format. Learn more here.
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 am delighted to announce that my third novel, 3/17, is now available for $20 at my eStore (an Amazon.com storefront). Within a few days it will be available at Amazon.com and will be at other online book stores such as Barnes & Noble and Powell’s or available to order at independent book stores within six weeks. I’ll keep you posted!
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.
As I’m finishing up the last chapters of the second draft of TCM’s sequel — “A Sudden Gift of Fate,” I’ve been fact checking and Googling and, of course, getting easily sidetracked in the process.
Here are two links, for example, that knocked me off course today:
- Jesjes1’s fun take on Dublin slang on YouTube.
- Kevin Murphy’s cool photography from Ireland at kevoto.com
Irish author Eddie Stack also posted an update about Ireland’s election, a rare stretch of warm weather and a Galway harborfest that lifted everyone’s spirits on his blog Onwards. (You’ll always find a great read there!) Sounds like that show by The Stunning was great.
Translation: “Speak Irish with me.” For tips on how to do this, visit my Gaeilge page for all sorts of phrases for St. Patrick’s Day and other times of the year.
Want to learn the language? I’ll be teaching an introductory course from March 4 – April 8 at Broome Community College. To sign up, follow directions in the online catalog here.
Cáisc shona dhaoibh!
Happy Easter to ye all!