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Y’ALL. It’s finally here.

My book, Threadwalkers, is finally OUT for purchase on Amazon! WOO HOO!

You can also find it on Goodreads, if you like to track your reading that way.

AND we’re having a virtual BOOK LAUNCH PARTY on Wednesday, 25 October, 2017 so Save the Date!Β You can RSVP for over here at my publisher’s event page on Facebook. (And be sure to like my Facebook page, too!)

So now that it’s here, here are some updated FAQs:

Can I find it in my country?

There’s a solid chance that YES you can find it in your country! The publisher set it up for the widest possible distribution in hard copy and ebook, so take a look on your local Amazon site before paying for international shipping.

Is it only on Amazon?

For now, yes. In a few weeks, it will be picked up elsewhere, and then I’ll have info for you lovely indie bookstore shoppers on how you can request it (and I’ll be submitting it to bookstores as well).

Will you sign my copy?

I would love to sign your copy! However, please do NOT mail your book to me. Instead, reach out directly and I will either let you know when I will be in your area or arrange something else specific. (For friends and family, email me directly!)

Book signing events???

I don’t currently have any scheduled, but will let you know as soon as I have anything to share! I’m relocating in December, which is taking most of my fall schedule, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be anything.

Speaking of events, how can I reach you to discuss hosting one?

Email me directly or fill out my contact form, and please be as specific as possible. Is it a library, bookstore, school event? Where is it? What time frame do you have in mind? And so on.

What if I have other questions?

I am happy to answer questions either on my contact form, Facebook, Goodreads, or via email.

So here we are!

Thank you to everyone who has already supported the book by purchasing a copy, sharing it online, or generally telling folks about it. I really appreciate it, and you. ❀

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HELLO.

It’s been a busy summer. I said that already, didn’t I? But here in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s now officially FALL which means…. It’s nearly time for THREADWALKERS!

Along those lines, here are some updated FAQs (and maybe not all are frequently asked, but things that have COME UP) for you:

Release Date?

MOVED UP to October 16! That means it’ll be here in about 2 1/2 weeks! EEK. I’m furiously working on last line edits (making sure the commas are all where they are supposed to be, to the best of my and my editor’s abilities!) and then it’s getting submitted VERY SOON.

Where can I pre-order?

Unfortunately, it’s not currently available as a pre-order, but you can bet I’ll be making LOTS of noise when it’s available for pre-order and then purchase!

Where can I find it to buy?

Amazon, mostly. But you can also request it at your local bookstore! I’ll have more details on that closer to release day. (I know, it FEELS awfully close already.) BUT it will be available in both print AND ebook to ensure that the most number of people possible have access to it!

Lydia asks: What type of tea should I drink whilst reading Threadwalkers?

I LOVE THIS QUESTION from Twitter so I have decided to answer it here as well.Β The story takes place in the autumn, so a nice chai (or even chocolate chai) might hit the spot nicely! (Feel free to ask me for any other food or beverage pairings, though I will say tea is pretty much my drink of choice for most books.)

I want to review your book!

THANK YOU. I ALSO WANT YOU TO REVIEW MY BOOK.

Where should I post a review? (Amazon, Goodreads, other?)

Amazon is a good place to start, as that will help me encourage sales in the initial release, but I would also appreciate Goodreads reviews (I’ll link it as soon as I have the page for the book live!) and any other press you would like to send my way. Got a question? Just reach out!

Will you come to my library/bookstore/school?

YES (within reason, obviously). My travel is all out of pocket, but if you are, say, within an hour’s drive of the Chicago metro area, and you would like to invite me to your library or bookstore or school, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH. Or if you know I will be in your local area for some other reason, ALSO GET IN TOUCH. I am excited to talk to as many readers as possible, especially students! (PLEASE NOTE that my “home radius” will be changing this winter, so if you are in SoCal… after January, LET ME KNOW.)

What can I do to support the book?

Buy the book! Bug your friends about buying it. Give it as a gift. (See, your holiday shopping list is now DONE. YOU’RE WELCOME.) Post reviews online. Creating buzz is key, and you are all part of my swarm now. D’awwww.

Got other questions? Ask them here! I’ll answer what I can.

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