Tuesday, May 30, 2017

May's Summer Reading Sale

Well it's only been just over a year since I last posted, so I won't pretend that I'll be good about updating at all anymore. But I wanted to share what I've been creating this year!

In February I had another beautiful baby boy:

He's so precious!

And I have also brought into the world, three books, which are available as paperbacks or eBooks from Amazon/Kindle. From June 1-15, 2017 I'm having a Summer Reading Sale! All eBooks are just $2.99 or FREE with paperback purchase. And the paperbacks are on sale for either $4 or $5, depending on their length.

The Jewel's First Flight

On a world divided into Royals and Commoners, Young Lord AlgĂ­en is brilliant, petulant Prince. His obsession: The Jewel, a massive sky ship being built to colonize other planets. The Jewel's construction has loomed over his entire life, and when he finally sneaks aboard, he embarks on an adventure he'd never expected, with companions he would never have chosen. This steampunk/sci-fi story takes you to the stars and back, examines relationships between the Haves and Have-Nots, and is full of surprises for both the characters and the reader.


Sarah Jane and the Time Traveling Fairy

Sarah Jane expects to have a terrible summer staying with a grandmother she barely remembers. Instead, she is drawn into a magical mystery by a lonely fairy, who has spent hundreds of years imprisoned in a grandfather clock. Together the girl and the fairy piece together clues from across time and space, revealing the way fae beings responded to the spread of human settlements, a secret about Sarah Jane's family, and more. Sarah Jane learns the value of friendship, hard work, family, and nature in this modern-day fairy tale.



Kris is on the cusp of adulthood, and is just discovering herself. As she explores Seattle and attends the University of Washington, she is introduced to many people and aspects of herself that she never expected to uncover. Part romance, part coming-of-age story, part drama, this novel uncovers the painful awakening of becoming oneself.


Related posts:
The Poetry of Spring
Fantastic Summer Reading
A Novel Accomplishment


Darcy said...

So proud of all you have created!

May said...

Thank you @Darcy!