Today we’re making two stops. The first is for a promo over at These are but Shadows. The second is for a review at BeanieBrain Reader. It’s been a fun tour so far, and seems to be increasing our exposure … Continue reading
Today we have an excellent promo on The Consulting Writer. Please visit them and say hello!
Our first stop is at the blog of Anita Jay Dawes where we received an excellent review. Please stop by and take a read – and maybe even leave a comment! Blog Tours are a great way for both a … Continue reading
The Journeys of Wonder Blog Tour, courtesy of the Goodreads group Making Connections, starts tomorrow, March 31st. We’ll be visiting 9 different blogs over the course of next week. It’s going to be exciting – we’re being reviewed, interview, promoted, … Continue reading
We’ve long been readers of J.A. Konrath’s blog A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing. If you haven’t been there before, it’s incredibly full of publishing tips for the modern author. And today, we have a guest post on the blog – … Continue reading
Just a quick note to announce the release of the paperback edition of The Binding Stone. It really came out amazing and is on sale at Amazon for $12.34. Enjoy!
It’s finally here! Journeys of Wonder Volume 3 is now on sale for just 99 cents. It’s taken a long time, but we’re so happy with the final product. Where volumes 1 and 2 had a science fiction focus to … Continue reading
For the next 48 hours, The Binding Stone, by Lisa Gail Green is going to be on sale. Normally $3.99, heading into the Memorial Day weekend, it will cost just 99 cents until Friday night – so pick up a … Continue reading
Today on the Enchanted Inkpot, our cover artist, Lisa Amowitz, interviewed our author, Lisa Gail Green, about her upcoming book: The Binding Stone. It’s a fantastic interview – and really gives an insight into our publication process. You can read … Continue reading
There has been much excitement about “The Binding Stone” cover, and people are already excited about the book – at least according to Goodreads. Already 44 people have marked the book to be read. The book is scheduled to come … Continue reading