Posts made in November, 2014

MARK OF THE THIEF arc giveaway

Posted by on Nov 30, 2014 in contest, Mark of the Thief | 197 comments

Here it is, the promised giveaway! I’m offering the chance to win one of 8 arcs (short for Advanced Review Copy) for MARK OF THE THIEF, and some secondary prizes (book giveaways from The Ascendance Trilogy). MARK OF THE THIEF tells the story of Nicolas Calva, a mining slave in Ancient Rome. One day he is forced by a Roman general named Radulf to enter a sealed cave believed to contain the lost treasure of Emperor Julius Caesar, seeking Caesar’s childhood bulla. All Roman boys have bullas, amulets worn around the neck to bring them good luck. But Caesar’s bulla contains the magic of the gods....

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Signed Books for the Holidays

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 23 comments

The holiday season is here! If you want to give one of my books as a gift (which, frankly, I think is a marvelous idea!), and if you want to give a signed copy, here is how to do that. 1. If you’re a Utah type, come in to The King’s English in Salt Lake City (1511 South 1500 East) on Sat, Nov 29 from 12-2 pm where I’ll be a guest bookseller for Small Business Saturday. I can sign your books in person then. 2. Order your book from The King’s English in Salt Lake City. a. Choose the book you want and add it to your cart. b. Click the button to check out. c. This will...

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Big Long Trip

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Uncategorized | 12 comments

Stats: Days Away from Home: 15 Total # of Airports Passing Through: 9 States: 5 (Nebraska, Texas, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois) Schools: 9 + 1 Library Conferences: 2 Diet Mt. Dews Consumed: Don’t ask Highlights: * That 6th grader in Omaha who told me you didn’t like to read until you found THE FALSE PRINCE, and now you’re reading everything you can get your hands on. Never stop reading. Never stop growing. * That standing room only crowd that came out to the Omaha Public Library even though it was freezing outside. I didn’t expect to see so many of you. Truth is, I...

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