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Both of my novels are now being carried by Powell’s Books. You can buy The Cyber Miracles here,” and A Sudden Gift of Fate here.


     You can now order my books direct from Barnes & Noble’s web site. Go here for The Cyber Miracles, and  here for its sequel, A Sudden Gift of Fate.
     Right now, both are selling for $18 there, that’s $2 off the list price!

  • The latest review of The Cyber Miracles has been posted to my Reviews pages.
  • Very soon you will be able to order my book from all the chain, as well as indie, bookstores across the country. Watch here for an update.
  • Many people who are new to my work are buying both books at once. Thanks for your support!
  • NEEDED: input from my readers. Am thinking of writing one more book in what I’m dubbing the “Maeve Kenny Series.” Would you be interested? Send an e-mail here.

If you want to purchase either of my novels from for Christmas, order by Dec. 17. Click links at left.

On Friday, Dec. 11, be sure to stop by RiverRead Books for a fun evening of holiday shopping. Starting at 6:30 p.m. there will be live music, I will read & sign my new novel plus lead people through a tasting of Finger Lakes wines. Special guest will be there, too! Click here for more information.

Announcement coming soon. Nov. 30th’s a special day!

“Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone…”

W.H. Auden

     Taking a breather @ 11:11 from writing the climax to the sequel of “The Cyber Miracles.” Phew! Le cunamh Dé, it will be finished by nightfall. First I’ll pause to gives some thanks where it’s due, “the author of life,” then back to scribbling out the story on notepad. Feet don’t fail me now…

     Thanks to and other such vendors, beginning writers like myself have an unbelieveable audience reach. Within a year my humble novel had an international audience. That just blows me away.
     At the same time, let’s not forget our homegrown neighborhood bookstores. They are particularly helpful to local authors, giving them an audience in their own backyard that can, through word of mouth, help grow a book’s audience.
     Think about the jobs you can save, too, by shopping locally. You help the hometown economy, you help fledgling authors. Win-win, as they say.
     Signed copies of “The Cyber Miracles” are now available at three Southern Tier bookstores.
     Stop in and say hi to Laura at Riverow Bookshop, where you’ll find current works and a great used/rare books selection that can save you lots of $$$. Chat awhile with Connie, Pat and Jane at the very cozy RiverRead Books in Binghamton.Gaze at the beautiful view of the Chenango River as you sip tea in handthrown pottery mugs. And make sure to stop and say hi to Gary at The Bookery II when you visit the always cool & hip downtown Ithaca.
     Online stores and local bookstores can, and must, coexist. So readers, give them a chance and browse them all.

    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.

     “The Cyber Miracles” sequel was put on hold for January as I decided (insanely) to compete in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. Specifics in the rules said that “TCM” was not eligible, and I thought the sequel so far is dependent on the original story. That left me with the task of writing something new. I did it in a month!
     My entry in ABNA is called “The Terminal Diner.” Just as in “TCM,” this novel also takes place in Binghamton, N.Y. It tells the tale of a pie baker at a diner near the airport who meets three people there on the day before 9/11 who will all have a profound effect on her life. I find out March 16 if I’ve made it through to the second round. Watch this spot for more info. Should I be fortunate to win (or place in the top four), there’s a great chance of getting a book deal with Penguin Books. Mamma Mia!
     So, as I pray for a cyber miracle of my own, it’s back to writing the sequel. Now Fergal, as you were just saying…

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About the book

Maeve Kenny's life was going exactly as she'd planned. At 30 she was dating a soap opera star and had an exciting public relations career with an Irish-owned firm in Manhattan. Then three sudden events turned everything upside down, and Maeve found herself fleeing her Queens apartment for sanctuary back home upstate in Binghamton. As she tries to readjust to the dramatic changes in her life, Maeve says she needs a miracle to turn her life around. Who would have thought the whole world would be watching when it happens?

What readers are saying…

"Rollicking fun!" "A delightful read." "Leaves you feeling good." "Highly recommended!" "Your book would make a hell of a movie!"

By the numbers…

The Cyber Miracles readers are in:

2: continents

4: countries

16: states/districts/territories

32: places in NY

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Podcast interviews with the author

Listen to an interview on the Isabel-Rose Show on Blog Talk Radio here. Listen to an interview with the author on Bill Jaker's Off The Page show on WSKG FM Radio here.
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