Legends of Windemere: Allure of the Gypsies Now on Amazon Kindle!

Legends of Windemere: Allure of the Gypsies has Arrived!!!

Buy it HERE!
And Add it to Your ‘To Be Read’ List on Goodreads!

Book Blurb:

The epic adventures of Luke Callindor and Nyx continue after their journey down the L’Dandrin River in Legends of Windemere: Prodigy of Rainbow Tower.

Reeling from his failures in their previous adventure, Luke leads his surviving friends to his hometown.  With his mind frayed and his confidence fractured, Luke must face the family and fiancée he left behind.  It is a brief homecoming when the vampire Kalam attacks the village, forcing Luke and Nyx to break into his lair for the key to resurrecting a fallen warrior.  It is a quest that will force both young heroes to reach new heights of strength and power that they never knew they had.

Can Luke and Nyx escape the lair of Kalam?  And, what role will the orphaned gypsy Sari play in their looming destiny?

Wondering what you’re in for?  Check out the praise earned by the first two installments of this high fantasy series!

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

Review Excerpts for Legends of Windemere: Beginning of a Hero:

“I greatly enjoyed the vivid characters, the gripping plot, and the refreshingly unique writing style (present tense). ” – kdillmanjones

“This is a sophisticated and delightful read. I recommend this book to lovers of Fantasy or to General Fiction readers. The story is compelling enough to entertain a wide audience.” – John Howell

“One of the things that won me over was the bouts of humor. Especially in the beginning. “This is not possible! I am a Paladin!” I thought I was going to die with delight.” – C.N. Faust

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Review Excerpts for Legends of Windemere: Prodigy of Rainbow Tower:

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

“Something I find unique about this fantasy novel that I don’t often find in others, is that the hero, Luke Callindor is rather of the

unlucky variety. He does not get everything he asks for, he stumbles, falls, gets knocked down (literally)and taught lessons as he goes. This is helping him to grow into the hero that was promised in the first book.” – Ionia Martin

“Nyx is such a strong personality. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know her and more of the other characters, new and already known, with the rich tapestry of Windemere unfolding in between intense actions scenes and moments of kindness and budding friendships.” – Danielle Taylor

“Almost like the Harry Potter series. The books start out so young and innocent, but by the last book – watch out!” —  Momto4Booklover

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Author Biography:

Charles author photo B&WCharles Yallowitz was born and raised on Long Island, NY, but he has spent most of his life wandering his own imagination in a blissful haze. Occasionally, he would return from this world for the necessities such as food, showers, and Saturday morning cartoons. One day he returned from his imagination and decided he would share his stories with the world. After his wife decided that she was tired of hearing the same stories repeatedly, she convinced him that it would make more sense to follow his dream of being a fantasy author. So, locked within the house under orders to shut up and get to work, Charles brings you Legends of Windemere. He looks forward to sharing all of his stories with you and his wife is happy he finally has someone else to play with.

Contact:

Blog-  www.legendsofwindemere.com

Twitter-  @cyallowitz

Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CharlesYallowitz

ALSO!

Goodreads Giveaway for a Paperback Copy of Beginning of a Hero, Prodigy of Rainbow Tower, & Allure of the Gypsies!!!

Windemere Twubs Chat from 8-10 pm EST TONIGHT!

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TWUBS CHAT WITH THE WINDEMERE CAST!!!

Just follow these instructions to join in the fun:

  1. Go to Twubs Chat.
  2. Log In through Twitter or Sign Up with Twubs Chat.
  3. Search for the #windemerespeaks hashtag.
  4. Join in the conversation.

Now, I can hear people saying ‘How do we ask questions to characters if we never read your books?’  First, I frown and wonder why you haven’t read the books.  Then, accepting that people are busy, I put a list of characters with brief descriptions after this sentence:

Cover Art by Jason Pedersen

Cover Art by Jason Pedersen

Luke Callindor-  The young hero of the story who has set out to prove he is as much a hero as his ancestors.  Armed with twin sabers and courage, this half-elf repeatedly finds himself in over his head.

Nyx- The hot-tempered, but kind sorceress that Luke befriends in Prodigy of Rainbow Tower.  With the ability to cast spells with incantations and gestures, Nyx is incredibly powerful.  She also calls Luke her little brother.

Sari- Debuting in Allure of the Gypsies, Sari is the only surviving gypsy of her clan who were massacred by the Lich.  Whether on the run or contained, she is a cunning woman that one has to always be wary of.  Otherwise, you might find yourself no longer in control of the situation.

Fizzle- A purple-scaled Drite with red dragonfly wings, who guards Visindor Forest. He joins with Luke after taking a liking to the forest tracker.  This tiny dragon has become an important ally to our heroes and an adorable mascot.

Nimby-  The halfling thief who befriended Luke in Hamilton Military Academy and helped him locate the hidden heir of Serab.  Nimby has proven his loyalty several times, but he is a man of many secrets.  Just be careful talking to him because he rarely shuts up.

Fritz Warrenberg- The womanizing, gnomish inventor is the oldest of our heroes, but is not always the most mature.  Armed with a sharp mind that can work on multiple problems at once, he should never be underestimated.  Let’s not forget his loyal riding sheep, Bessaria.

Aedyn Karwyn- The stoic and serious half-elven priest of the Sun God, Durag, is the healer of the time.  Though, he tends to feel like the babysitter with Nimby’s stealing, Fritz’s flirting, and Luke’s reckless behavior.

The Lich-  A dark and sinister villain from the Caster Swamp, this undead spellcaster has been after Luke from the beginning.  His ultimate goals are still unknown, but it seems he has a master.

The Hellfire Elf- The demonic assassin that the Lich summons to capture the heir of Serab and kill Luke Callindor.  He has been given the deadly Chaoswind Blade, which causes extreme pain to those of good natures.  With his shape-shifting ability and demonic strength, Luke is still afraid of this menace.

Cover Art by Jason Pedersen

Cover Art by Jason Pedersen

Queen Trinity-  She is the ruler of the chaos elves and her magic rivals that of Nyx, making them perfect enemies.  More laid back and calm than the Lich, she is always up for a challenge or looking into a mystery.  Hints of a deeper reason for her allegiance to the evil forces of Windemere have begun appearing as well.

Kira Grasdon-  Heir to the Grasdon Merchant Company, Luke runs into her at Hamilton Military Academy.  Eventually, winning our young hero over, she is out to master her own chain and sickle weapon.  A master of changing her mood and behavior to suit any situation, she can come off as two-faced.

Kellia- The school bully that becomes a good friend of Luke and the others.  She still has issues with Fritz hitting on her.

Selenia Hamilton-  The half-elven headmistress of Hamilton Military Academy, this former mercenary dealt with Luke during his first mission.  She’s still angry that he arrived at her school under false papers, but she’s willing to take her fury out on him with detention.

Kevin Masterson- The administrative head of Hamilton Military Academy. This grizzled, crotchety warrior sports a bum leg and shoulder after losing a fight to three ogres.  To be fair, they’re dead and he’s still around to curse at annoying students.

Daniel Skyblade- This noble from the city of Gaia is a former employee of Selenia.  A legend among warriors, he takes great interest in the unfolding events.

Captain Higgs- The sea elf captain of The River Scout, who has the task of escorting the heir of Serab’s entourage down the L’dandrin River.  Very protective of his crew, he is quick to yell at any of his guests if they get in the way.

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Cover Art by Jason Pedersen

Cyril & Willow- The masters of Rainbow Tower and Nyx’s adoptive parents.  Cyril is a dark, stern man while his wife is a smiling, happy woman.  Polar opposites that eternally get along.

Isaiah- A powerful Fireskin (dragon man) and the mysterious caster that rescued Nyx from her burning village.  He has already hinted that he knows about the prophecy that Nyx and Luke are involved in.  His only goal is to keep them alive long enough to see their destiny to the end.

Kalam- The vampiric brother of Isaiah, he is the former mentor of the Lich.  He has agreed to help his old student attack Luke and friends in return for a chance to battle his elusive brother.  He also takes Sari as payment, which might be more than he bargained for.

Talos ‘Doubleblade’ Callindor- The grandfather of Luke and his teacher in the ways of combat and the forest.  He gets his special name from his mastery of the Whirlwind of Uli style, which Luke uses as well.  This old elf is retired and spends his days relaxing in the town of Haven.

Vixen & Ilan Callindor-  Luke’s parents.  Ilan is an elven blacksmith with a bad leg from his adventuring days and he hates that he son has left to be an adventurer.  Vixen is a jewel maker and has spent far too much of her time apologizing for the trouble her son causes.

Gabriel- The God of Destiny and Lord of Hell.  Controlling the fates of the evil and the good, he is the most powerful god in the Windemere pantheon.

Zaria-  The Goddess of Purity and Gabriel’s ally/rival.  Kind and compassionate, she acts as an opposite force to Gabriel’s demeanor.

Uli-  The Goddess of Elven Warriors and the Forest.  She is the patron goddess of Luke and is exceptionally worried about him being under Gabriel’s hands.

Legends of Windemere: Allure of the Gypsies Cover Reveal!!!

Legends of Windemere: Allure of the Gypsies is set to debut on December 1st!!!  Let’s kick off this week of hype with a bang!!!

The epic adventures of Luke Callindor and Nyx continue after their journey down the L’Dandrin River in Legends of Windemere: Prodigy of Rainbow Tower.

Reeling from his failures in their previous adventure, Luke leads his surviving friends to his hometown.  With his mind frayed and his confidence fractured, Luke must face the family and fiancée he left behind.  It is a brief homecoming when the vampire Kalam attacks the village, forcing Luke and Nyx to break into his lair for the key to resurrecting a fallen warrior.  It is a quest that will force both young heroes to reach new heights of strength and power that they never knew they had.

Can Luke and Nyx escape the lair of Kalam?  And, what role will the orphaned gypsy Sari play in their looming destiny?

Charles author photo B&W

Author Bio:

Charles Yallowitz was born and raised on Long Island, NY, but he has spent most of his life wandering his own imagination in a blissful haze. Occasionally, he would return from this world for the necessities such as food, showers, and Saturday morning cartoons. One day he returned from his imagination and decided he would share his stories with the world. After his wife decided that she was tired of hearing the same stories repeatedly, she convinced him that it would make more sense to follow his dream of being a fantasy author. So, locked within the house under orders to shut up and get to work, Charles brings you Legends of Windemere. He looks forward to sharing all of his stories with you and his wife is happy he finally has someone else to play with.

Follow him at the Legends of Windemere site.

Still to Come:

We’re still taking volunteers for the December blog tour.  Raise your hand and join in the fun next month.

Don’t forget that we’ll be holding a Twubs Chat on November 30th from 8pm-10pm EST.  Ask the characters of Windemere any question that you want by going to #windemerespeaks.  If you haven’t read the series and want to participate then check back here on the 30th for a list of characters and a short description.

Read the Previous Volumes of Legends of Windemere!!!

Click on the Cover to go to the Amazon Page

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

Cover art by Jason Pedersen

Jump on the Bandwagon. Want to Steer?

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Author Photo

Thanks to Ionia for letting me make another request for help.  This one will be brief because I’m sure we all want to get into the weekend.

Legends of Windemere: Allure of the Gypsies debuts on December 1st!!!

To spread the word, Ionia is helping me run three events:

  1. Cover Reveal on November 25th to kick off the big Pre-release Hype Week!
  2. Blog Tour throughout December.  Sign up, wait for November 30th/December 1st for the blog tour package to be emailed to you along with a schedule.  Post the information on your assigned day.  It’s as simple as that.  ADDED BONUS: Any indie authors who participate in the blog tour will have their book mentioned on my blog.  Every day of December I will be doing a ‘Thank You’ post to direct people to the blog and published works of the day’s volunteers.  Think about it.  Getting some free publicity by connecting your book to another book’s debut?  What do you have to lose?
  3. Twubs Chat on November 30th.  This is an interview through Twitter where you log on and go to the hashtag #WINDEMERESPEAKS.  I will be posting instructions on my blog and Readfulthings that morning to help direct people. The fun part is that you won’t be interviewing me.  You’ll be interviewing my characters, so there will be a list of them with brief descriptions along with the instructions.

Those are the big events coming up for the book debut.  So, join in the fun and enjoy your weekend.

Call to Arms and Legs . . . Bring Your Whole Body

This is Charles E Yallowitz of the blog Legends of Windemere.  Coincidentally, I’m also the author behind the blossoming fantasy series, Legends of Windemere.  Slight connection there.  Now, Ionia has graciously offered to let me make a post about the upcoming third book of the series Legends of Windemere: Allure of the Gypsies, which will debut on December 1st.  I have a load of fun posts to make, but it’s more enjoyable with interactions.  So, I would greatly appreciate volunteers for the following events:

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Cover Reveal

This is rather simple.  I send you the information for the cover reveal and you post the information on November 25th.  This will include the cover, links to the first two books, link to my blog, author bio, and book blurb.  I’ve already had several volunteers and sent off the information.  Best part about this is you can make it, schedule it, and walk away within minutes of receiving the information.

The cover reveal will also kick off the big hype week, which will see several theme days on my blog.

December Blog Tour

This is the big event in December that is similar to the Cover Reveal, but differs in that it will include a link to the newly released book.  Also, volunteers will be divided into groups and given a specific day to post the information.  This is a method to spread the word throughout the month instead of having a single day of blog posts.

I won’t be sitting on my haunches during this either.  I will be making daily posts on my blog to thank the volunteers and mention the following:

  1. The blog (s) of the volunteer.
  2. A published book or series of the volunteer with link to the sales site.

All I ask is that you tell me your blog and the name and link for your book.  Leaving me to guess doesn’t always work.

Twubs Chat

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This is the big fun and you only have to pay attention to when it happens.  November 30th, I will be setting up a Twitter Chat area with the help of the smarter and wiser Ionia.  For a few hours, people can log on and ask questions that I will do my best to answer in 140 characters.  I hear you thinking this is nothing new, so here is the where the fun comes from:

You won’t be interviewing me.  You will be asking questions to my characters.

I will be jumping character minds to answer questions and seeing how long it takes for me to go insane.  It should be a lot of fun the day before the release.

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Yahoo Image Search

I sense questions, so here are some answers:

  • I don’t have many followers for my blog, so would I be much help in the Cover Reveal or Blog Tour?

Yes!  Here’s the thing about indie authors and word of mouth.  Every mouth counts.  That one person who reads your blog can reblog and then more people see it.  Even beyond that, helping an indie author strengthens their resolve and confidence.  I’ve mentioned on my blog a few times that support is one of the most important ingredients to an indie author’s success.  So, never think you’re blog isn’t important when asked to join a blog tour because it really is.

  • How can I ask your characters questions if I don’t know them?

A perfectly good question that I’m still fine-tuning an answer for.  Currently, I’m thinking of making a blog earlier that day that lists all the characters and connects to the ‘Origin Post’.  I will admit that if you’re not familiar with the characters then it will be hard to ask a question.  Still, we’re looking for fun and you don’t have to ask heavy questions.  Ask Nyx the Sorceress what her favorite pizza topping is or ask the Lich if a movie ever made him cry?  My blog is full of information on them.  Although, I’m happy to hear of any suggestions on how to leap this hurdle

That’s all that big events of the Legends of Windemere: Allure of the Gypsies hype month.  Another big thank you to Ionia for letting me write and post this on her blog.  Hopefully it isn’t so boring that she hurls me clear across a clearing.  (Inside joke that she’s still going to kill me for.)

Guest Post: Catalysts by Charles E Yallowitz

CatalystsBig thank you to Ionia for letting me post about my debut Horror novella.  I promise to clean up after myself and lock the door when I’m done.

Synopsis-

When trapped in an elevator together, Jeffrey and Darla learn that misery doesn’t always love company. With the screams of death and chaos echoing from outside, they find themselves slowly slipping into a world of fear and darkness they may never recover from. All the while, something is terrorizing the convention outside and turning the guests and celebrities into psychotic monsters.
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The inspiration for Catalysts is that I wanted to try another genre.  I’ve spent most of my life playing in the fantasy genre, so I set out to prove to myself and one annoying friend that I could step out of that comfort zone.  Supernatural horror came to mind because I use monsters in fantasy.  The difference is that I had to focus more on the mentality of the humans as they were hunted, killed, and driven to their breaking points.  Unlike fantasy adventures, every character felt like they needed to have fear in their actions and hearts.  Even those that are fighting back are doing so with the desperation to survive instead of heroic courage.  So, my main goal in this experiment was to bring across the terror of the characters.
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There is also Jeffrey and Darla who are stuck in the elevator.  While the people within the carnage are running in fear, these two are trapped within their own misery.  I went dark for them and will admit that I can to be careful about making myself depressed when writing their scenes.  The elevator scenes and the carnage scenes are aimed to contrast each other.  Jeffrey and Darla are slowly falling into their personal abyss and trying to retain their sanity.  The people on the outside are rushing around and trying to get out alive with very few moments to relax.  In fact, characters relaxing tend to be a sign that something is about to go wrong.
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Anyway, that’s the origin of this idea.  I’m stepping out of my comfort zone and hopefully everyone gets to reap the benefits of it.  If horror isn’t your thing then you can read an exciting fantasy adventure in LEGENDS OF WINDEMERE, each for 99 cents.
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Hopefully this meets with Ionia’s approval.  Don’t want her to get mad and throw me clear across a clearing.  (I made that writing mistake and I have to live with it, so I might as well own it.)

The Storm and the Darkness by Sarah M. Cradit

The Storm and the Darkness (House of Crimson and Clover Series #2)

I have been looking forward to reading this book ever since I first heard about it. I FINALLY got to and it is amazing. So please, drop by Sarah’s blog and say hello to her. Congratulate her on her success now and get to know her and make her give you an autograph whilst she is still talking to us little folk. Just don’t offer to buy her a Pepsi.

Sarah’s Blog

The Storm and the Darkness by Sarah M. Cradit

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ana Deschanel has made a terrible mistake. The only chance of protecting the other people involved is to flee New Orleans, the only home she has ever known, for the quiet solitude of Summer Island.

Summer Island, Maine (population 202) is not the tranquil escape Ana imagined. The locals are distant and cold, especially her neighbor, the reclusive veterinarian Jonathan St. Andrews. Her only lifeline is the kind but odd caretaker Alex Whitman. Showing up at all the right moments, he warns her she is completely unprepared for a Maine winter. As the first winter storm approaches to whispers of an island shutdown- Ana realizes that she may soon be cut off from the rest of the world.

After a surprising encounter with Jonathan’s brother, Finn, Ana finds herself braving the storm to return something to him. Unprepared for the Maine storm, she slips and falls onto the jagged rocks along the shore. The St. Andrews brothers find her in the nick of time, but she remains unconscious. As the storm worsens, the St. Andrews brothers learn there are other, more sinister forces at work closer than they ever imagined.

With no help from the outside world, they must find a way to protect themselves from both the storm, and the growing darkness that looms across the island.–Description unceremoniously stolen from Goodreads for the purpose of making this post look more official.

Published July 6th 2013
ISBN
1490589481 (ISBN13: 9781490589480)
edition language
English

My thoughts on this novel:

I expected great things from this author. I read her blog often and I know how intelligent she is, but this truly astounded me. I don’t think I was prepared for how well this book flowed from her pen, nor how easy it was to lose yourself in it.

I love the way the chapters in this novel are arranged. You get the opportunity to learn about the characters individually and build a relationship with them before moving on to the main portion of the story. I enjoyed the gentle introduction to the characters and appreciated that Sarah Cradit did not do a huge information dump right at the beginning of the novel. Instead, the book progresses naturally and allows you to explore the characters, the setting and come to know the plot without feeling rushed or overburdened.

Sarah Cradit’s writing is tight and masterful. There were no points during the journey through reading this novel where I thought anything could have been removed or expanded upon. Her keen sense of how to pace a book and her ability to use just the right language to express the desires, fears and hopes of her characters is flawless.

This story will make you fall in love, shock you, keep you in suspense and make you stay up all night (warning) just so you can find out what happens next.

If you have ever read a book that you never want to stop reading, or if you have ever thought about a novel long hours after finishing it, then you know how I feel about The Storm and the Darkness. This is a beautifully crafted book and I am very much looking forward to the next book in the series.

I received an arc of this book in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was provided and my opinions are my own.

Want to win a copy of this book? Check out this link: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18046472-the-storm-and-the-darkness

Only good until the 6th of August so enter today if you want a copy!

Holy S*&% there is something good about Kindle!

So after more than a year of adamantly denying that there could be much of anything good about kindle, I have just discovered that I was wrong. Well, I don’t like that word. I was not a hundred percent totally and completely right. I was a bit wrong, a little–but just.

We  closed down a bookstore we had been running for the last couple years. The economy slowed and I didn’t see much point in keeping it going when the sales were down. So, long story short. We just went through and sorted all the books into piles. The sci-fi and fantasy titles we are hanging onto so they can be sold at conventions (more like because I am to geeky to part with them.) The classics I kept a lot of for my ever expanding personal collection. The kids books found their home with the children. 

The rest of the books will be donated here and there. Roughly there were about 10,000 titles to sort through. At first it was kind of fun. Getting to go through piles of books I hadn’t paid much attention to for a while was like visiting an old friend or rather a lot of old friends. Then after twenty or so times of filling up a heavy box, lifting said heavy box and loading stupid heavy box to new location, unloading heavy box only to have to rearrange setup to make everything fit…I now have new respect for kindle. Got ten thousand books on Kindle? Still weighs in at less than one pound. 

Got ten thousand books in real life? I lost more than a pound. 

So there you have it folks. My well thank you Captain Obvious moment of the week.

There are worse things than being surrounded by books. Like having to part with them. Do well in life my darlings……

The Night I walked Off Boot Hill by the lovely Briana Vedsted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am happy to post my review of Briana Vedsted’s “The Night I Walked Off Boot Hill.” Briana is a young author and fellow wordpresser with an immense talent for writing. I am hoping to see more from her in the near future. You can go say hello to Briana over at:

Kindle Edition, 42 pages
Published February 5th 2013 by Briana Vedsted Books
ISBN13
B00BC1H1XA
edition language
English
My thoughts on this book:
I found this book to be unique and completely original. You don’t see too many YA westerns and this worked out pretty well. I have never been a huge fan of the first person narrative, but in this case I actually thought it was a good choice. The author managed to describe the other characters adequately through the main character’s eyes.

When you meet Barabdos Tom, you aren’t really certain who(or even what) he is. How old is he? Is he a ghost or a man? It was these questions that pulled me into the story searching for an answer. What kept me reading was the author’s writing style. She has such a way of wording things that even when you are in a slower scene where not much is happening, the writing itself is good enough to keep you entertained.

I thought the wording she used was appropriate for the time period this book was set in and the character’s speech was perfect. Jim was my favorite character. I liked the way he was innocent and sweet and was happy just to spend time with Tom and have someone to look up to.

for the most part the pacing in this story was great. It isn’t a long book, but a lot happens in a short while and the author manages to tell a complete story in the space she allotted herself. The only area of this book that I felt could have used any improvement was the window of time it took for two of the characters to fall in love. They literally met, fell in love and were engaged within the course of what seemed to be just a few hours. Even for a novel intended for young adults I thought that might have been a bit of a stretch.

Overall this was lively, entertaining and just a lot of fun to read and relax with. there is nothing in this book that you wouldn’t want your young teen or preteen to read, and I would recommend it to all fans of westerns and romance. Sweet and charming.

 

Even More Stuff (Too lazy to think up a better headline)

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So, more stuff. I recently did an interview with Jim Gibson about his children’s book series featuring Perdita the loveable Dog, which you can find here: http://wp.me/p2SbOP-cL

Jim’s book, The World According to Perdita Whacknoodle: The Thanksgiving Pageant of Doom will be free this Saturday and Sunday. Pick up a copy for the Little one in your life! (Trust me even the parents have fun with it!) You can find it here:

http://www.amazon.com/World-According-Perdita-Whacknoodle-ebook/dp/B00A571W9Q/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1364603655&sr=8-2&keywords=jim+GIBSON

I am going to make another fabulous attempt at the Scarlet Letter this evening, and since the common idea seems to be that I should just skip the first chapter, that is what I intend to do, along with no comfortable furniture and a proper meal that does not consist of sugar and more sugar. Maybe a little sugar. I will report progress tomorrow:)

So now let us have a bit of fun before I go and make that proper dinner I spoke of. I love one sentence reviews because they are rather pointless but also a lot of fun. So, I thought it would be fun to write a one sentence synopsis of your favorite Book, Movie or game. It can only be one sentence but must tell about the plot. There is no prize other than my uproarious giggles. Sorry that.

Because I am a good sport, here is mine: The Scarlet Letter –

ZZZZZZZzzzZZZZZ.  See, there you have it. One sentence.