A year ago saw the debut launch of Ripper, My Love by Glynis Smy.
Today, the sequel makes its presence known: Ripped Genes.
Ripped Genes will be at a special launch price of 99c(77p approx) for the ebook version, until end of May.
The descriptive blurb holds a spoiler for those who have not read the first book. If you would like to read Ripper, My Love first, then contact Glynis at: glynissmy at outlook dot com, and put FREE BOOK PLEASE in the subject line. You will be sent a code for Smashwords, where you can download a copy in any format you please. This offer will finish at the end of May, so spread the word.
Growing up in late nineteenth century East London, Kitty Harper’s life is filled with danger and death – from her mother, her beloved neighbour and the working women of the streets ... Read more.
In June 2013, Glynis returns to her hometown, Harwich, Essex, in the UK, where she will gain inspiration for her next novel, The Man in Room Eighteen.
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Glynis also runs a site where she showcases (not reviews) books for authors. It is free of charge, with no catch: New Book Blogger (not just for newly published books). She actively encourages self-published authors to submit to the blog.
In the face of all that excitement, I'm almost ashamed to check in for ROW80 - I haven't even checked in on the Goals threads on the Forum lately (though there are some wonderful writers' exercises going on!).
The one thing I can say is that I've been reading a lot, and am hoping that this will continue to fire up the inspiration and eagerness part of my mind - the way it did last week. Love it when short stories appear out of the blue!
I've won two blog awards and will be passing them on soon! The trouble is, it's too lovely out - averaging 25 degrees Celsius all week, and sunshine galore!
Here're a few glimpses from recent weekends:
Images from Cornwall, Ontario
Old-timey Guinness ad about a drinking mouse!
Chicago, Montreal, Canadiens Fan Zone, and Montreal's milk bottle
The playoffs are here!
Random statue of Queen Victoria (well, her location isn't random, but me adding this photo in here is!)
View of Montreal looking down from the mountain (near Queen Victoria Hospital (yup, that's where the statue was))
Voyageur Provincial Park entrance
Voyageur Provincial Park resident (look for the darker green in the lower-left of the photo)
Images from Hawkesbury, Ontario
Trillium, Ontario's official flower
Duck on the St Lawrence River!
The view across the river.
I wish I was on a boat on the water in the sun...
What are your plans for the summer?