Sacrificing the Season

Long, long time ago (I can still remember…), I wrote a novel that grew up to become The Glasswrights’ Apprentice.  While my agent shopped around that piece, I got to work on another novel, in a totally different world, with totally different characters.  (I wanted to have a path to follow, if Apprentice never sold.)  Ultimately, I signed a contract with Roc for Apprentice, a sequel, and a player to be named later. That...

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Get Yer Hot, Fresh Glasswrights!

If you receive my newsletter, then you know my big news — all five of the novels in the Glasswrights Series, along with my stand-alone traditional fantasy novel, Season of Sacrifice, are on sale for the entire month of May — $2.99 for each ebook, regardless of the venue where you buy.  That means that you can buy my first six novels for less than $20.  Pretty cool, huh? (And if you don’t receive my newsletter, why don’t...

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Bookgiving Giftgiving

Looking for some perfect holiday gifts?  One size fits all?  Easy to gift-wrap? I’d be thrilled if you would consider adding some Mindy Klasky and Morgan Keyes books to your gift pile!  Here’s the deal: DARKBEAST, by Morgan Keyes.  If you contact One More Page books, I’ll personalize copies for you, your friends, your loved ones, whoever.  Really — they’ll get the book out for you in time for the end of Chanukah,...

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SEASON OF SACRIFICE – Now an E-Book!

So, I’ve tweaked things over on the main website, www.mindyklasky.com, setting up a color scheme to complement the As You Wish series (in a store near you, October 1!)  I’ve also played around with my LJ journal format (for the three people who don’t read LJ through their own journal style…)  All of this transition is background for my making my Grand Announcement: SEASON OF SACRIFICE, one of my first...

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SACRIFICE Edited

This morning, I finished editing the file for the ebook version of SEASON OF SACRIFICE.  The entire experience was fascinating. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I found one serious continuity error.  By the time I got to the end of the book, I found a few other continuity errors, and a couple of instances where a character said something that was technically correct, but which s/he had no way of knowing (or which came as a...

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