Hey there! Guess what? Tomorrow is my birthday!
(And it’s one of the big ones). In honor of my big day, I decided I wanted to give something back to readers, friends, and family. Therefore, please download The Queen of England: Coronation (Book #1 in the The Queen of England series) for free, now through March 19th.
Tell a friend.
Leave a review.
Enjoy the book!
(And don’t forget to wear something green tomorrow).
Finally! I’ve had this image for TWO YEARS, and I felt so incomplete without ending poor Juliette’s story. Now, the entire set is available — just as I always intended it to be.
I hope you’ll pick up a copy, and enjoy the completed trilogy.
It seemed I was missing someone! Here’s Julia’s gif, from Confessions of a Teenage Band Geek.
The ‘L’ here is for my favorite bass drummer, Lucy (Karate, protagonist of my other ‘L’ – The Line).
I recently found out you can look up your name on Twitter – and found a few things! Please allow this moment of self-promotion. Thank you! Also, please feel free to follow me on Twitter (I’m very political over there).
It seemed like a good time to use this series to try my hand at my other novels as well! I like this one for Julia from Confessions of a Teenage Band Geek. My favorite tenor player is originally a drum set player, and this seemed like a good fit for her. Anyway, I’m having fun – so let’s see what happens next!
My favorite time of year! Below, please find the 2019 Popsugar Reading Challenge. And if you’re in search of the past challenges, look no further than 2018, 2017, and 2016 (yes, I have corresponding books for each).
Might I give you a few suggestions to start?
- A book you think should be turned into a movie, Life After Joe (or A Fine Line, which I’ve already adapted to screenplay)
- A book that takes place in a single day, Room 702. I’m perhaps cheating as it’s each chapter that takes place in a single day (all in the same hotel suite), but I think I have the right idea.
- A book about someone with a superpower, The Queen of England: Coronation. I’m not going to give anything away, but there are some magical elements involved.
- A book you meant to read in 2018 — perhaps The Queen of England: Grand Tour didn’t make it to your TBR list? Well, I think it’s about time you picked it up!
Happy reading, everyone!
I believe the background photo was taken by one of my favorite marching arts photographers, John Matter, but I am not 100% sure.
Having published a lot and written heaps about my characters, I was recently looking back and realized I have some shorter pieces that I thought would be fun to illustrate. More to follow! Here’s a link to the first book in the series (this bit of dialogue falls just a bit before the events of the novel start).