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Thursday, March 29, 2012

FREE Short Story Celebration


If you've been around at all for the last couple of days, you will have seen that I am having a pretty happy writer's week. This blog was featured as the "Website of the Week" over at the Writer's Digest site, which is a HUGE honor, and tickled me pink. (And a few other colors.) The blog also hit 30,000 views, which just blew me away. I finished up another great class over at my workshop loop, and started on the revisions to Seeds of Change, the current WIP.

Anyway, the point is, when I announced my happy dancing over the Website of the Week, I said I might celebrate with a gift for all the folks who read this blog. *blows kisses*

So I called the amazing Robin Wright, who is my website guru and mistress of all things eBook-ish, and she arranged for the new short story, WITCH UPON A STAR (which follows the events in the paranormal romance novel, WITCH EVER WAY YOU CAN) to be FREE for the next couple of days. Yes, I said FREE. For anyone. Just go to Amazon between midnight PST tonight and midnight PST Saturday night (basically, Fri & Sat) and you can have it for free. It's a gift from me to you, to thank you all for being so supportive and fantabulous!

THANKS! YOU ROCK!!!

Witch Upon a Star (A Star Stone Story) Available for free starting at midnight (Pacific time) tonight!


5 comments:

  1. Congrats on being Website of the Week! That's huge!

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  2. Kim/Sapphire BettyMarch 30, 2012 at 11:17 AM

    Congratulations on your blog being picked as the Website of the Week! Thanks for passing on the love. I was looking for something to read and this was on my list of choices. :)

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  3. You rock Deb! I am glad so much good stuff is happening. I loved the book and I am looking forward to reading the short story!
    Nancyf

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  4. Don't forget to leave rate and comment on it. We want more Star Stone books! ;-)

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  5. Oh, good point, Robin! Reviews and ratings would be really helpful, as well as passing along the word to all your friends. After all, who doesn't like a free story???

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