COVER REVEAL: Unleash by Lauren B. Harris

laurenHoly Hannah in a Helicopter, how did it become April already?

So after attempting to get myself back on track with blogging, quite a few things happened (and yeah, I’m planning to follow up on the blog about the news, news that you know about if you’re listening to The Shared Desk) and I’ve got a few ideas for blogposts bouncing around in my head, but here we are in April.

Back to it, right?

I’m getting back on the blogging horse with a shout out to the lovely lady off to the left — Lauren B. Harris.

“Hold up,” you may ask, “is that Lauren Harris as in she who wrote for The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences?”

Or you might asking, “Hold up, is that Lauren Harris as in she who offers her vocal talents on Audible.com?”

Or maybe you ask “Hold up, is that Lauren Harris as in Scribe who appears on The Shared Desk?”

To which I say, “Yes, that Lauren Harris.Multi-talented, and even a cover model in her own right. Lauren is one of those super-creatives that I hope to keep pace with.

Well, here’s the thing… Continue reading

Full Court Press: Harper Voyager Puts My Steampunk On Sale

It's a sale!Just a quick bit of news before the holidays — the 99¢ sale of Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel is now officially on! And here’s where you can find it…

Kindle — http://amzn.to/o31YFI
Nook — http://bit.ly/rBBrT7
Kobo — http://bit.ly/ulBPet
iTunes — http://bit.ly/uuQ0XS

That’s right, Harper Voyager has lowered the eBook price of Phoenix Rising down to 99¢ for a limited time, and this isn’t just for Kindle, but all ebook readers out there. We’re getting the word out today, so if you’ve been curious about steampunk, or how I write in novel-length with Pip Ballantine, or just in the need for something new to read, here is the 2011 Airship winner for 99¢. Feel free to leave us a review and tell a friend!

Something tells me this is hint of things to come. Pip and I are working on a new trailer, bigger and badder than the last one. We have a Christmas Special in the works for both The Shared Desk and Tales from the Archives. And we’re looking ahead to 2012. All this before Christmas.

I need a vacation.