Well, I'm so glad you asked...
Not only have I released one book this month (ahem, DANIEL THE CAMP-ER), but it gets even better.
I've released TWO BOOKS this month.
Please join me in welcoming a Mosaic: a Compilation of Creative Writing to the world!
MOSAIC was an idea developed by my friend James Lee Schmidt in order to showcase the varieties of strengths and talents within a particular session of the Story Cartel course. The poetry and prose within Mosaic's pages touch upon every human emotion.
I chose to include two pieces I wrote during my time in the Story Cartel course: "Daniel the Draw-er Makes a Friend" and the haunting short story "Bees." Without Story Cartel and the feedback from my course participants, neither of these stories (or my published books) would exist.
This is my invitation to you. Stop by Amazon or Smashwords and pick up your copy of MOSAIC, which is absolutely FREE and ready for you to enjoy on the eReader of your choice.
If you enjoy it, please let us know... and tell others.
Ann: Thank you for the countless hours you spent formatting and playing around with Amazon, Smashwords, and Scrivener. I feel like you were baptized by fire, there.
Margie: Thank you for your thoroughness and organization. I'm not sure we could have done it without you.
Lee: You are an endless supply of encouragement and marketing links. So lucky to know you.
Christy: You have such enthusiasm for this project, and writing in general. I can always count on you to be a cheerleader.
Stef: Thanks for all of your hard work on the website. It turned out fantastic.
Brian: I've enjoyed getting to know you better during this project. Hope there are more to come in our future.
Angie: The cover is amazing, but I had no doubts you would deliver. Thank you for being a friend, mentor, and listening ear. You're awesome!
And last but not least, James: Thank you for thinking of me when you pictured this project. You have always been so supportive of me and my writing, and it's been an honor to participate in this project.
Until next time...