A Tale of Two Launches

And today’s book launch is…  Oh.  Wait.  I’m not launching a new book today.  Two book launches a week is my limit.  (At least for now…  ::grin::) I’m thrilled with the launch for SIX TIMES A CHARM (Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | (more links to come!)  At $0.99, lots of people are stocking up on light paranormal reading — and some folks are giving the set to friends!  (Really, at less than a buck,...

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Trumpet Fanfare and Drumroll, Please — DARKBEAST REBELLION!

I am ***thrilled*** to announce that today is the release day for Darkbeast Rebellion (Amazon | B & N | Indiebound), the second volume in The Darkbeast Series (written by me, under the pen name, Morgan Keyes). And, in the way of such things, Darkbeast (Amazon | B & N | Indiebound) is now available in a low-cost paperback edition (in addition to its hardcover and electronic versions.) Here’s the cover-flap description of Darkbeast...

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Ding Dong!

And look what just appeared on *my* doorstep! (That’s hardcover copies of DARKBEAST REBELLION and paperback copies of DARKBEAST.) Hmmm…  Looks like I’m going to have to host a few contests next week… Mindy, off to enjoy a celebratory dinner! Share...

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Wish You Were Here!

With one week to go until the official release of DARKBEAST REBELLION (pre-order:  Amazon | B & N | Indiebound) I’m starting to bounce off the walls with excitement! For those of you who have somehow missed the news, DARKBEAST REBELLION is my latest traditional fantasy novel.  It’s directed to middle grade students, and it’s published under a pen name — Morgan Keyes.  You can read more about the book at...

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Why I Love Being a Writer

Although my life has been consumed with SINGLE WITCH’S SURVIVAL GUIDE, the first volume of the Jane Madison Series, which will be in stores on August 13, I haven’t forgotten my *other* writing identity, as Morgan Keyes, author of the Darkbeast Series.  DARKBEAST REBELLION is coming out on September 24, and I’m starting to line up speaking engagements, conference appearances, etc. Writing for middle grade readers has its own...

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