Joy of Witchcraft — In Stores Today!

It’s finally here! The first new Jane Madison novel in two years!  Joy of Witchcraft is in stores today! (Along with Author’s Preferred Editions of the first three books in the series.) Everyone’s favorite librarian-witch, Jane Madison, is back at work, running a school for witches. Alas, nothing is going quite the way she planned (but what’s new about that?!?) Here’s what it says on the back of the book: Sometimes...

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Return of the Prodigal Writer

Well, it’s been far too long since I’ve posted here.  (Insert boring explanations, involving writing deadlines, family fun, blah, blah, blah…) But I’m back now–with news that I think you’ll find worthwhile: the fifth book in the Jane Madison Series, Joy of Witchcraft, will be published on August 4, 2015! I’m in absolute love with the cover of this book! And I’m sort of a sucker for the story, too...

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Another Wednesday, Another Contest

Here we are, on another Wednesday morning.  It’s cold out, my enthusiasm for New Year’s resolutions is already fading, and I’m ready to curl up on the couch with a good book and a cup of tea.  So, it’s time to shake things up! It’s time for another giveaway, in the Great January Giveaway!  This time, there will only be one winner, because I only have ONE print copy of Sorcery and the Single Girl in my possession. ...

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Psst! Wanna Hold a Book in Your Hands?

These days, it’s easy to think about books as a collection of pixels, read-able on just about every computer and e-reader on the market.  But I still read more than half my books in print.  And a lot of my readers ask for my books in print.  (Many have been out of print for a few years, and some have never been available in paper.) And I’m an obliging author, if nothing else.  So, I’m pleased to announce that the entire Jane...

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Cover Art

Readers often ask me about cover art – how I choose what goes on the cover of each of my books.  The answer is very simple – I don’t.  I don’t have any say in the cover art; it’s created by a trained artist, coordinated by  in-house-to-my-publisher art directors, all with careful input from my professional editor, subject to the recommendations of her professional marketing team. I’m extremely...

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