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Ring 2013 in with a bang

With the New Year upon us, we are supposed to be spending this time reflecting on this last year, and setting goals for ourselves for the next. My ONLY goal is to get at least Book One out later next year (2013). When this will happen is dependent on how quickly I finish the first draft and get editing done. Yeah I could stand to loose a little weight, and definitely need to catch up on my bills but I don’t need to over whelm myself with too many goals when the most important is getting NTC #1 out.

I have been discussing the companion guide with Tori a lot and I think I am going to release it around the same time I release Book One. I thought about releasing it about a week or so before hand, but I don’t want to give anything away because there are A LOT of Book One spoilers in it, believe it or not.

I am still debating how I want to post Book One in the Kindle Store and where ever else I am selling it. I will let you guys know as soon as that is locked down as well. The Companion Guide, or Slayers field guide… Whatever I’m going to call it, will always be free. That I am debating just posting as a free downloadable PDF on here or going through any ebook store. Either way, it will always be free! I will also be posting a blurb about the Field Guide soon.

I hope you guys have a happy and safe New Year. Don’t do anything too stupid, but have fun! I am probably going to be the boring person staying at home to write, but that’s cool. Take care guys!

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Author promotion blogsite

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The Diva of Happily Ever After

Sophie E Tallis - Author/Illustrator

Home of the Mistress of Wolves: writing, publishing, fantasy, epic storytelling, art, illustration, poetry, creativity and everything in between!

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Official Website of Author Lisa V. Proulx

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The way revenge is best served; the way a war was fought; the way a story should be told. ©

Prescription For Murder


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Good poetry is like a dessert you just can't put down

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Write or write not - there is no aspiring.


The online presence of dark fiction writer C.M. Saunders