You’re invited!

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I’m very excited to announce the launch of my first ever humor book, I Never Drove a Bulldozer / There’s a Hole in my Bucket List. We’ll be partying down at my Telega Tales Facebook site.

Set aside Thursday evening, April 11, from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT for a chance to have  some fun, learn more about my book, give me a pat on the back (not required, but strongly suggested), and win some cool prizes (no, there will not be a pony). You can come and go as you wish during that time. I’ll be sending out Facebook invitations, but I’d love to see you, even if you don’t get one. Just show up – bring your friends!

Hope to see you all there!

To sleep … perchance to dream

I dreamt recently that I was wearing a cowboy hat with the brim bent up tight against the crown. I looked like I was wearing a mackerel on my head, and I did not feel like I was boldly making a fashion statement. I just felt stupid.

So what was the hidden meaning of this dream? I already know that I’ve made a number of poor fashion choices in life. The piece of fabric that could be used interchangeably as a headband, tube top, or mini-skirt is a fine example.

My friend, Terri Sonoda, invites us into a world where dreams seem to have sinister meanings. Can they be trusted? With the release of Terri’s first novella, Sara’s Sleep, Sara takes us on a compelling journey through a widow’s depression, self-destructive behavior, and horrifying nightmares. Where does the dream end and life begin?

Sara’s Sleep is now available at Amazon in print and ebook (we’re talking less than a buck, folks). You can click on the book above to be whisked away to Amazon land. This compelling drama will keep you at the edge of your seat.

Please join Terri on Sunday, July 1 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM Pacific time at her Facebook online launch party for Sara’s Sleep. Click this link for details

When I learned that Terri wanted to self-publish her novella, me and my fledgling publishing company jumped on it. I’m so thrilled to be part of her writing career, and I hope she’ll remember us when she’s signing her six-figure contracts with the big boys. If you’d like to be a part of Terri’s wacky, inspired, talented world, you can find her at Terri’s Little Corner.