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Grendelsong, and Something Completely Different...
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I just saw this note in the forums for Grendelsong, which is publishing my Elizabethan fantasy story "Ivy & Thorn" in its premiere issue:

From now until August 1st, we will be giving away 20 free copies of the premier issue of Grendelsong, as well as two one year subscriptions and one two year subscription.

First come, first serve basis. All you have to do to qualify is: Have a blog, website or print magazine that you participate in. Email with the subject line: GrendelDeals and the body of the email with a link to the blog/magazine/website you are a part of.

Also, if you own a small press magazine or publishing house and would like free adspace, please email with the subject line: adspace. We are giving away four free half-page ads (black and white). Again, first come, first serve.


Remember my entry a few days ago where I talked about brainstorming ideas for a rational followup novel set in Vienna? Well, my brain was playing tricks on me again. About half an hour after writing that entry, two lines suddenly landed in my head. I smiled, thought not my kind of book, really, and went on with what I was doing. At which point they came back and hammered me until I wrote the first 8 pages in a breathless rush. Looks like that is my kind of book, after all. It's sort of my tribute to Georgette Heyer, who always gave wonderfully colorful, snarky younger sisters to her Regency heroines. This time, the heroine--Kat--is the younger sister. I have no idea at all where it's going, but so far, I'm having an awful lot of fun.


It's grey and cool outside, but that's okay, because Nika and I are cuddled on the couch listening to Pink Martini and drinking tea (well, I am, anyway--Nika's not allowed), and Justina just lent me Elizabeth Wein's The Winter Prince trilogy. Cheers!

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