Wish Come True

Kel And A Friend

If you’ve been wanting a chance to hang out, visit, and even hear me read, drop by Page One Books here in Albuquerque this coming Saturday (October 5) at 4:00 p.m.  To celebrate Wolf’s Search (the seventh novel in the Firekeeper Saga), I’m doing a book event with the lively and vivacious Jeffe Kennedy.  Her latest release is The Orchid Throne, the first volume in her new Forgotten Empires fantasy series.

Not able to make the signing?  Well, I’ve heard your wishes, too.

When Wolf’s Search came out in July, I received numerous queries as to whether copies could be purchased directly from me.  I’m happy to announce that my website bookshop has received an extensive facelift, and Wolf’s Search is now available.

Also available are numerous books from my backlist, as well as some newer releases.  Prices include U.S. shipping by Media Mail, free signing and/or personalization.  Don’t see what you’re looking for?  Feel free to query me.  I may be able to help you.

Remember: Signed Books Make Great Gifts!  With that in mind, my Bookshop page provides links to some of my favorite independent bookstores.  Their helpful staff might be able to help you find that rare book you’ve been looking for or secure a rare signature.

On the short fiction front, many of you have expressed a fondness for my character, Prudence Bledsloe, who made her first appearance in “The Drifter” (first published in The Girl’s Guide to Guns and Monsters; also available in my short story collection, Curiosities).  Prudence’s second adventure was “Choice of Weapons,” included in the anthology Guns, edited by Gerald Hausman.

Now, just in time for Halloween, Prudence rides again in the newly released collection, Straight Out of Deadwood, edited by David Boop.  Prudence needs a place to hole up for the winter, but it turns out that the small town where she takes the job of schoolmarm is hiding a deep, dark secret—one that not even Prudence, who is far more than she seems, may be able to handle.  “Doth Make Thee Mad” is a story of twisted vengeance and an unlikely savior.

Finally, for those of you who are eagerly awaiting Wolf’s Soul, I’m happy to report that I’m just about done with the rough draft, and will be shifting over to polishing and refining, possibly by the end of the week.  If all goes well, I should have it to you by early in 2020.

On that note, I’m off to write.  Catch you later!

No Trick, A Treat!

2 Responses to “Wish Come True”

  1. Dawn Barela Says:

    I am looking forward to seeing you Saturday at Page One!! I had meant to reread the earlier books before Wolf’s Search was released. It never happened. But 7 books is doable.
    See you saturday!!

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