On this last day of 2011: Looking back…and forward

First of all, since this is the last day of the year, I’d like to thank everyone who supported me this past year by buying my novels or my short stories.
Although reviews have been few and far between, I can’t complain about sales figures, which were up from last year, so I do feel the support.

February 7th saw the release of Clouds and Rain, which made Book of the week at Whipped Cream reviews.
It was followed June 10th by Earth and Sky which got a slow start, but has definitely picked up since then.
December 1th, Happiness for Beginners saw the light as part of the Dreamspinner Christmas Advent.

Next year is shaping up to have a busy start as well.

January 11th the sequel to You Can’t Choose Your Family, You can Choose Your Friends will be published. Since this story was heavily inspired by The It Gets Better Project, all my proceeds from the sale, this means $1.20 per bought copy, will go to ItGetsBetter.org. So please mark your calendars and Be The Change!

In February I’m trying my hand at sci-fi with Isali Dreams, co-written with Stuart Wakefield.

And in March the third book in the Clouds and Rain series will be available. It’s called Floods and Drought and follows the story of Tim and Rory. Not going to say much more, because if you haven’t read Earth and Sky, I might reveal some plot. If you don’t mind spoilers, read my Coming Soon page.

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