Kate Paulk’s Knights in Tarnished Armor is now available through Barnes & Noble. You can find it here. Unfortunately, as of a couple of minutes ago, it hadn’t yet shown up in their search engine, but I assume that will be corrected in the next couple of hours. As soon as it’s available through Amazon and other stores, I’ll let you know.
The Google e-book store opened yesterday. We’ll be putting our titles up through there as well over the course of the next week or so. I’ll keep you updated on this as well.
Now I’m off to work on the garage door that has decided it only wants to close half-way. Such fun. Of course it would choose the one morning this year so far where our temperature is 33 degrees. Oh well, I guess it’s just another excuse for me to put on another pot of coffee 😉
As some of you may know, I blog every Sunday at Mad Genius Club. Several weeks ago, one of the other bloggers — and the author of several of our titles (A Touch of Night, Till Your Brave Heart Break, Zebbie and Night Whispers ) — Sarah A. Hoyt challenged the MGC readers who are taking part in NaNaWriMo to post periodic updates on how they’re doing on the blog.
So I’m going to take a page from her book and do the same here. I’ll even start it off. I’m not as far along as I’d like, mainly because I got hijacked by another plot earlier this week. It’s so loud it drowned out the plot i was working on. So far, I’ve managed to write approximately 8,000 words on the new book. If I keep butt in chair on a regular basis, I should still be able to reach the 50k word mark by the end of the month.
How about you? Are you taking part in NaNoWriMo? How’s it going and is there anything about it you want to share or discuss?
I promise I’ll get back to regular blogging tomorrow. But today is for writing…unless something comes to my attention that is interesting enough to pull me away from this novel. And no, the news that PETA has now sent letters to Jeff Bezos at Amazon demanding the removal of books on dog fighting, etc., be taken down isn’t enough. It is, honestly, exactly what I expected. Sigh.
Moving on…and back to writing!