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My latest work, 3/17, has just come out in Kindle (and iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.) format. Learn more here.
I am delighted to announce that my third novel, 3/17, is now available for $20 at my eStore (an Amazon.com storefront). Within a few days it will be available at Amazon.com and will be at other online book stores such as Barnes & Noble and Powell’s or available to order at independent book stores within six weeks. I’ll keep you posted!
I just created the blog for my new novel, 3/17. The book is in final editing stage. Follow all the latest news on it here.
My new novel, 3/17, is now off to the editors. This is not a book in the Maeve Kenny series, but it is another Irish-themed story. I plan to launch it as an e-book first, then publish it in paperback. Stay tuned…
Next time I visit Keuka Lake, I plane to visit Loughmare Winery. It’s a small operation, but their strong Celtic/Irish theme is intriguing.
Welcome to the further adventures of Fergal & Brídgeen & Andy & Maeve. Hopefully you have met them already in my debut novel, “The Cyber Miracles.”
If you take a peek at the tags I’m using for the first post of this blog, you will see the story of these characters has shifted from Manhattan, Queens & Binghamton to County Clare in Ireland, Bruges in Belgium, Ithaca, Binghamton and the Finger Lakes Wine Region.
I finished the second draft of the novel this morning. Now my editors will take a close look and offer suggestions for fine tuning.
If all goes as planned, expect copies out in July.