A lovely image from TJ as usual, for his household challenge – where does he get his ideas? Again, I presume to borrow from him … and pay him with a compliment!
Truly familiarity does breed contempt. Who would have thought Western Australia was so romantically photogenic and just so darn lovely? I love this blog. The latest photos added remind me that there is beauty everywhere you look if you have eyes to see it.
The talented photographer designed the cover of my book The King’s Gift, and also designs and prints her own funky t-shirts (see pic at right).
Throughout October, Untreed Reads is promoting some Uncial Press ebooks – including mine – as part of their Treat of the Week promotion. Titles will be 50% off the normal price for the week they feature.
A Glimmer of Guile, by Mary Patterson Thornburg, is the first Uncial title featured, from 5th October to 11th October. Click on the link below.
Untreed Reads is a great site for authors, readers and friends to check out and buy the latest books, and read and post reviews. Ebooks are available in various formats to suit most devices, and they also publish paper versions of some books. Well worth adding to the avid reader’s browsing list.
The King’s Gift is featuring from 26th October to 1st November. I’ll be posting updates each week of the promotion.
We in Perth often whinge about the two and sometimes three hour time difference between Perth and the Eastern States of Australia. It seems every business in the world works on Sydney time in matters Australian. But I have discovered a reason to love this phenomenon.
I picked up my kindle to read a bit last night AND IT WAS THERE. Yes, dear reader, I confess. I pre-ordered my own book. So by 10.30pm, (midnight EST) my book and Pat Dusenbury’s had downloaded onto my kindle.
Indescribable elation to see it there looking back at me from the screen. My husband and daughter who designed the cover were right, that cover picture works perfectly in greyscale.
Can you bear the suspense of wondering – did she or didn’t she read her own book again?
Of course she did!
Yours is next on the reading list, Pat.