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Monday, May 2, 2011

I'm Officially a Writer on My Own!!

Wow!  I can't believe I finally have something I wrote for sale.  It's only taken three months between business analysis, research, editing and figuring out the vagaries for formatting.  But I also took my time because I wanted to do this right.  Or as right as I possibly could.

Anyway, no fancy introductions.  It's available at Amazon for only $0.99.  For the Nook fanatics, it'll be up on Barnes and Noble sometime later this week.

[Edit to Add:  It's now available at Barnes and Noble, Smashwords and XinXii.]

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Welcome to Morrigan’s Cauldron! But be careful what you ask for because this little Greenwich Village shop can deliver your heart’s desire. Or your greatest nightmare.

Tessa McClain's life has spun out of control. Thanks to her con artist ex, she's lost her job, her money and her reputation. Desperate, she talks her way into job at a local New Age shop. There's just one problem—Adrian Holloway, the hunky store manager. The last thing she needs is another bad boy in her life. But her body hungers to break her brain’s ‘no men’ rule.

After the death of his wife, Adrian abandoned his Wall Street world and found peace in the quirky Greenwich shop, Morrigan’s Cauldron. Or he did until an April wind blew smart-mouthed Tessa McClain through the front door. While he’s ready to take another crack at love, convincing Tessa may be more trouble than he bargained.

[Edit to add:  Serious *facepalm* here.  Seasons of Magick: Spring will be up on Smashwords as well later this week.  I meant to say that in the original post.

I am not shooting for the Smashwords Premium catalog though (which allows distribution to other e-tailers like Kobo) until after all four stories have been released.  At that point, I'll bundle them for distribution through other channels and available in print through CreateSpace.  It's all a matter of managing time and resources.]

8 comments:

  1. That's excellent, congrats! :D

    Are you planning on getting it up in PDF somewhere? Smashwords maybe? I'd love to read it, but I don't do the multiple formats thing.

    Best of luck sales-wise!

    Angie

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  2. Thanks so much, ladies!

    @Angie - Eek! I meant to say it'll be available on Smashwords as well as B&N later this week. My bad! I will definitely post when it's up on the other sites.

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  3. GO, SUZAN!!! GOT MY COPY!!! CONGRATULATIONS, DEAR...(yes, I was yelling...I'm excited for you!)

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  4. Congratulations, Suzan!! :) Be sure to celebrate BIG! Off to get my copy!!!

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  5. Thanks so much Bethany, Tess and Melissa! That's what's so great about NWHRWA. You guys rock!

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