The Green Ember Book II: Ember Falls…Is Coming! Here’s When And How You Can Help
Outlaws of Time: N. D. Wilson, Master of American Magic
N. D. Wilson is the Master of American Magic. There is no other middle-grade author who writes such powerful fantasy with an American accent. And I don’t mean Wilson’s own accent, though he does go in for hard Rs. I mean the stories themselves. They are the kinds of tales you can’t imagine being narrated by […]
Announcing The Green Ember Book II: The Sequel Has A Name And Cover
Note: I usually don’t post my newsletters in their entirety, but I’m making an exception this month because reasons. Reasons like the new title and cover announcement! Hello and How Are You? I’m fine. I’m fine as a frog hare, which is a rare breed of rabbit from the inky marshes of Toadopolis. Frog […]
Two Books For 99 Cents!
UPDATE: This offer is now finished. Hello Friends! Cool news. Will you help me out by sharing it? The Green Ember is 99 cents on Kindle today. And Black Star is Free. We will select someone we see sharing this out on the inter webs as a winner and send them something cool. #Winning #WhinnieThePooh […]
High Lady of Contagious Pizzazz
I am very, very happy to welcome Kristen Usher to our team! Kristen will be leading our valiant efforts to share these old soul/new stories with the world. Her official title is… High Lady of Contagious Pizzazz, Supreme Executive of High Fives, and Secretary General of Ginger Outreach If you follow sports, then you know […]
This Is One Star, What’s Your Emergency: Some Recent Reviews of The Green Ember and Black Star
Below is a roundup of some recent reviews from around the web. Reviews are so important for authors. I recently had a couple of one and two star reviews on Amazon. No big deal–not an emergency–but the positive reviews do help. If you enjoyed either book and haven’t left a review on Amazon, please consider […]
Advocate or Accuser?
Marginal Faith: You Probably Should Be Doing Less
The Green Ember Sequel
An Award-Losing Author Wins
I wanted to write a hospitable story, one that would welcome children into a new world where they would find good things. I wanted to honor them, their intelligence and imagination, and give them just a spark of light, contributing (I hoped) to eventual fires I would likely never know about. What I set out […]