As promised, I have a surprise for everybody. I have always tried to educate as well as entertain in my books and in keeping with that sentiment, and in honor of TDOR, all my books featuring trans folks are on super sale for the next two days. In fact they are free. Here is the list, coupon codes, and links: Seela: ML39F https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/145246 A Simple Twist of Fate: TP68A https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/91159 Shelly’s Turn: RD95Q https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/172270 Dark Traveler: ZA53U https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/493872 Seela features a lesbian couple, Twist of fate a hetero couple, Shelly is about teens learning to deal. All are romances. Dark Traveler is a fantasy adventure. It was designed to give trans and intersexed youth a hero of their own. Please enjoy the stories, folks. They are my gift to you on this Transgender Day of Remembrance. Bless Pru
AD: All Prudence MacLeod books reduced in price by 40-80%. Get ’em while they’re hot!!! Hi Folks, Well, it’s November already. November is a month or remembrance here in Canada. We have our national Remembrance Day ceremonies to remember those who fell in battle on Nov. 11th. Also November is the month for another day of remembrance, Transgender Day of Remembrance. This is a day for transgendered folks, their families, and their allies, to remember and honor the one whose lives were taken by fearful and violent people. That date is Nov. 20th. We’ll be releasing a new book featuring trans heroes in time for this event. Okay, I promised you some people watching. Here goes. The Writer: The cold rain lashed against the coffee shop windows as we shed our wet coats and greedily sipped at the hot liquid we had braved the elements for. The shop was fairly full considering the weather. there were only a couple of laptops in evidence and few phones. For the most part folks were chatting with each others and watching the rain. Not her. She was dressed casually as were we all, but her clothes screamed of money. Her posture was that of a woman from past centuries, edge of the chair, back ram rod straight, one leg crossed over the other. The girl looked to be in her thirties, immaculately groomed, make-up perfect and not a single hair out of place. Her face remained firmly impassive as her fingers flew across the keyboard of her wafer thin Mac laptop, as though it was frozen, incapable of expression or that it might show a wrinkle. We were there for quite a while, but she never stopped, sipped her drink, or acknowledge anyone else in the room. She had put her perfectly contrived image on display then sent her mind off world. We would all be allowed to admire, but not engage. Meanwhile we chatted away, I flirted shamelessly with one fellow who had brought his own cream because it was real cream, but that’s another story. ROW80 Check-in.
It is NaNoWriMo (National Write a Novel in a Month) month and for the first time in years I am not participating. However, I do have my reasons, but that’s a tale for another time. Experience has taught me that ROW80 is far more helpful to me in the long run.
This past week I did manage another two thousand words. Yay me! hehehe
In honor of NaNo I will shoot for five thousand a week this month.
I also want to read more of your blogs.
Well, that’s it for me this week, folks. If you’re doing NaNo I will be cheering you on, and if you’re not, I’ll be cheering you on anyway.