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Vampire Book Sale and Catching Up
Friday, October 16th, 2009

I’m back at home for now. Have to head back to my daughter’s on Sunday night. Gawd, I’m exhausted. I’m hoping I can work on new material next week in between changing diapers and de-pooping dogs (It did feel like the theme of my week was “shit”!). We’ll see. Right now I’m sleep-deprived and feeling a bit like a walking zombie. Tomorrow’s the monthly Diamond State Romance Authors meeting, and some of us are planning a trip to watch a live Roller Derby match afterward. So, needless to say, neither rest nor writing is on the horizon.

To celebrate Halloween, Ellora’s Cave is offering every vampire book up for sale. If you haven’t read the My Immortal Knight books yet, here’s your chance to save some cash while you catch up on the series. It looks like book #7 will be out in November, so there’s no time like now to find out what happened prior to the next installment!

One comment to “Vampire Book Sale and Catching Up”

  1. Wesley Nichols
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      · October 17th, 2009 at 1:57 am · Link

    I was wondering if you have had any chance to order and read

    Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry
    by Willaim Butler Yeats

    and

    The Folk Tales of Scotland by Norah Montgomerie and William Montgomerie .

    The Folktales of Ireland would be useful for your research on Celtic fairy mythology, because it has several sections on the fae like Trooping Fairies, Solitary fairies, Giants, and even Fairy Doctors, witches who learned their craft from the fairy people.

    Foltales of Scotland has several tales on Sailors marrying Selkies and Mermaids and princesses being kidnapped by maneating ogers.