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Princess Penny Arrives On Nook

Back in February, I published The Plight and Plot of Princess Penny exclusively on Amazon as part of their "Kindle Select" program. The program allows Amazon Prime members to borrow one book per month for free.

Author Interview

Check out a few things I had to say about life and TaleSpins on a very cool YA book blog. Thanks Ana! Mm

FREE Promo Days for Princess Penny

Today through Saturday, enjoy a free Kindle download of The Plight and Plot of Princess Penny: the story of a teen princess who hires the witch from The Frog Prince to get revenge on a Mean Girl

Search Discovery

I've only been blogging for four months now, and I'm still learning the ropes. I've become a bit geeky about the stats Wordpress provides. My biggest surprise so far is what search term has led

TaleSpins 3 Revealed!

After kicking around many ideas, I have finally decided on a third TaleSpins story. It's insanely early, but I'd like to give anyone who visits this blog an exclusive, sneak-peek at the introduction as it

The Ultimate TaleSpin? [Part 3]

Did you hear the one about the guy who became a really famous author because of plays and sonnets some other guy wrote? Me either, but there is some thought-provoking evidence that the author of

The Ultimate TaleSpin? [Part 2]

In my previous post I entered the ongoing discussion popularly known as the "Shakespeare Authorship Debate." Several scholarly observations call into question whether or not the man known as William Shakespeare actually wrote all that

Another Grand on FB

Back in mid-March I reported 1,000 likes for my FaceBook page 8: The Untold Story. So I guess I should take a moment to say it's now up to 2,000. Thanks to everyone who has

The Ultimate TaleSpin? [Part 1]

Whether it's an 8th dwarf or a unknown chapter in the life of a fairy tale witch, I've loosely defined "TaleSpins" as an alternative take on what you thought you knew. An unconventional "what if?"

Creepy the 8th Dwarf’s Guest Post

This mini-essay appeared on the ink scratchers book blog a little while back. It's Creepy writing about Princess Penny. Can't get any more TaleSpins than that, I guess. =================================================== I’m not a big fan of