Wishing you all many exciting adventures in  2019!


Give Away Time!

~*~*~ IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME! ~*~*~

To one lucky person, I will be giving away a hardback copy of SKYLAR MOON (a teen high fantasy) -and- a paperback copy of TALES FOR THE TAIL END OF A WINTRY DAY (an anthology of bedtime stories for dogs and their humans)!


How to participate in the giveaway:

* Like this post
* Tag a friend who you think might be interested

—Open to U.S. residents only.

One winner will be randomly chosen on December 23, 2018.


Love Dust Anthology


I really enjoyed this collection of short stories. My five-star review is to the right of the picture.

Below is a link to the publisher’s web-site and the book’s Amazon page where you can purchase a copy for only $.99 (I don’t know how long this book will be available for that amazing price, but it’s well worth it!).


Check out what Pixie Forest Publishing has to offer at: https://pixieforestpublishing.com


Tales for the Tail End of a Wintry Day



Gixxer’s short story (a modified excerpt from his book “The Time Between an Auto’Pup’Ography”) was accepted for publication in “Tales for the Tail End of a Wintry Day”! If you’re an animal lover, or looking for a gift for the animal lovers out there, check out this newly published anthology now available on Amazon and iTunes. #Bedtime4Dogs

Available in paperback:


Available in e-book:


Shoutout Sunday

Author Lynnda Pollio wrote a wonderful book worthy of mention. ‘Trusting The Currents’ is a heartwarming must read.


There aren’t very many books that I read that cause me to pause and reflect on my own life, but this book did. There is so much about this wonderfully written book that is thought provoking. For anyone not sure about what path to take in life, this story may be the nudge needed to move them forward.

The story flows beautifully and I found it easy to latch on to the characters. Each character is described in a fashion true to life, and easy to like, hate, or relate to.

I really enjoyed this read, and was satisfied with the ending.
You can find this book and follow Lynnda Pollio on Amazon: