Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Happy Release Day~~The Faery Tree

Today is release day for the first book in The Tonawanda Faery Tales series, and I wanted to be sure to give a wee little shout out about it. Because I love this story. The characters are... well, not to sound crazed or anything, but they're kinda my pals.

Especially Thomas, that adorkable nut. If you guess why, whether you get it right or not, I'll enter your name in the contest twice.

Leave a comment here within the next twenty-four hours, along with a contact email and I'll enter you in a little giveaway to win a free copy of The Faery Tree, or if you've already purchased it, I'll substitute with the next book in the series which is due out at the end of next month.

Lator, Gators. I'm off to watch a funny film with my kidlet. :)


  1. I'd love to enter the contest. I'll guess Thomas is an adorkable nut because he's a squirrel shifter who has a job as a librarian??!! lol

  2. Please put my name in for the contest. I would get because Thomas is based on a real life Thomas in your life:)


  3. Please enter me in the contest...I guess he is an adorkable (love that word...gonna start saying it A LOT) nut because he glued his hand to his head? (or his shirt depending on which is which) :)

    chellebee66 at gmail dot com

    1. BTW - Really liked The Soldier & the State Trooper!

    2. LOL. That is indeed something Thomas might do. *snorting*

      Glad to hear you liked Robert and Christie's story. I'm currently working on Evans's story, The Soldier & the Shaman, and will be sending it off to my editor by July 1st.

    3. Awesome...can't wait. Ok I will, but I don't like to! :)

  4. Oh! congrats on your new release!!
    Heh, I think you love Thomas so much because He's a most wonderful goofball with the biggest heart. lol.. and probably because he's just that type of chara that hits you right there in your heart. ;)

    thank you for the contest!!


  5. The new book sounds great, please enter me!!

    peggy1984 at live dot com

  6. Hope I'm not too late, I really really want this book.


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