I tell you, we are here on Earth to fart around, and don’t let anybody tell you different.
Author: Sam (Page 1 of 10)
Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.
Without music, life would be a mistake.
It’s been a while since you’ve heard from me, and I’m procrastinating, so I thought I’d come show you what I’m working on.
The lovely and talented Madeline Farlow is doing the covers for The Rowan Harbor Cycle, and here’s her piece for Stag and the Ash, which is slated to be released on Thursday, June 28th:
Mr. Burns tells me that this one is his second favorite after the cover for Blackbird in the Reeds, which I think will always be my favorite, too. What do you think?
Anyway, here’s the (working) burb:
Jesse Hunter is finally trying to be an adult, but still feels like an act. His place on the town council is a sham. He’s rarely called on to do anything. His boyfriend is grieving the loss of his mother, and while everyone seems to think he’s doing a great job caring for Sean, Jesse feels like he’s more of a distraction than a real help.
March is shaping up to be a bad month. First, random chance leads him to the realization that the town’s recent trouble is his fault. Then new werewolves come into town, and it turns out they’re also Jesse’s responsibility. He feels like he may be at his breaking point, and he doesn’t want to drag his friends and loved ones down with him. But how will he handle it alone?
So many books, so little time.
Be yourself; everyone else is already taken
Last week about this time, everyone on the mailing list got a free copy of my Rowan Harbor novella, Succubus and the City. Now, I’m making it available to anyone who would like to sign up.
Succubus and the City is the story of Sean’s brother, and how he’s doing in the fallout of Hawk in the Rowan. You don’t have to have read Hawk, or any Rowan Harbor book, for Succubus to make sense. But it does contain a spoiler for something that happens in book four of the series.
As of Tuesday, Blackbird in the Reeds is available on Audible, and I have to say I’m incredibly excited about it. Chris Chambers has done an amazing job bringing the book to life, and I cannot wait to hear what he does with the next book in the series!
(for anyone who gets this far, I know I’ve been thoroughly remiss in updating recently, and I’m trying to do better. Thanks for sticking with me.)
If you haven’t got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me.