Friday, January 27, 2012

New Cover!

Just a quick post to to show everyone the new cover for the third book in the Hairington's series, I'm Not A Tangle.  It is scheduled for release summer 2012.

The Goodreads giveaway for Attack of the Dust Bunnies continues through January 30th, so there is still time to enter.

Happy Reading!

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Some good changes:)

I'm excited! Createspace has made some changes that has allowed me to lower the price of The Peanut Buttor Tweatment and Attack of the Dust Bunnies to $8.99 for print. You can get them on Amazon. Click here for my author's page and a list of my books available on 

Look for the third book in series this summer, I'm Not A Tangle.  Readers and Bub will learn the answer to where Hairington's come from.  :)

Solitude is still free for one more day! So, if you haven't gotten it, there's still time.

Happy Reading!

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

"Solitude" free on Kindle for a limited time

I am again taking advantage of the free promotion days on Kindle and offering my short story "Solitude" free from now until January 19th. I hope everyone enjoys it. I have also enrolled each of my  self-published Ebooks in th lending program, so any "prime" members can borrow the titles I have available on Kindle as well.

Click here to read!

If you like the Kindle short stories, remember you can buy an entire anthology of my short stories. Tales from Imagination's Closet has 29 short stories and it is available in  both print and in Ebook on Kindle.

Click to buy at Melange-Books or Amazon

Thanks to all who have bought, read and reviewed my books!

Happy Reading!

Saturday, January 7, 2012

New Year's Resolution?

I don't usually make New Year's resolutions, but this year I've decided to try it. I am someone who starts projects and I either take forever to finish them or they are left unfinished. This is because I start something new before finishing up what I've started. Then I have so many things I want to finish, I get overwhelmed and don't get anything done. So, starting today, I have begun to prioritize my writng projects and make a list them, so I can decide which one to start first and work my way down and not start anything new until these are finished.
But...I always have all these new ideas, so this is where my journal comes in. I am going to jot down ideas and things to keep track of ideas, until I am ready to work on them. With all that being said. I've chosen to finish my YA Kindle single, "Alfred C. Bogeyman," first. I plan to have the story edited and ready for release in March. I've created the cover and I'm going to spend the next couple of months editing and getting feedback from my critiquing sources.
I have to start being a better planner, so things aren't rushed.
Here is a sneak peak at the cover for "Alfred C. Bogeyman"

Happy Reading! And Good luck to everyone with their New Year's Resolution.

Monday, January 2, 2012

New Review for the New Year!

I hope everyone enjoyed the free copies of Flashes of Fiction: Volume 1 and The Peanut Buttor Tweatment on Kindle. I have a new review of to share with everyone from author Jenny Twist.

Another Great Collection from M. Allman


I first came across M. Allman in her first anthology, Tales from Imagination's Closet, and have been a fan ever since.
This latest collection is just as impressive – five tales ranging from dark science fiction to humour.
Metro Dome – a very disturbing distopian vision of a future where human life is confined to an environmentally-controlled dome, told through the eyes of an old man talking to his grandson.
Viral Smiles -a comedy in which the heroine attempts to spread a little happiness and only succeeds in annoying everyone she meets.
Shannon Elizabeth Riley – a heartbreaking tale of a lost little girl who finds her way home.
Operation Onion – Samuel Clemens has a very strange affliction. He emits different odours according to his mood, some of which are highly offensive. Can the poor man ever lead a normal life?
The Handbag – a delightful fairy tale with a twist.

If you are a lover of short stories, you cannot fail to appreciate Ms Allman's skill. She is a storyteller of the highest order, with a command of language far and away above average. The short story is the most difficult form to write and Ms Allman pulls it off over and over again. I particularly loved Shannon Elizabeth Riley.
Keep 'em coming, Molly.

Jenny Twist, Author

I am also a fan of Ms. Twist. You can find her books on Amazon as well and click here to see her author page on the site and learn more about her.

It's been a great start to the new year and I have many projects planned. I just have to remind myself that I can't do everything at once. :) I will post updates here throughout the year.

Happy New Year and Happy Reading!