This year has been challenging for everyone. Apparently, I decided to take my own spin at that. I am writing to you 5 weeks out of brain tumor surgery. It was not cancer. I am walking, talking, and unlikely to have a recurrence. What makes me want to share the story (besides the obvious […]
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Author: Jacqueline Simonds
What I’m Listening to: Stay the Fuck at Home I hope this finds you, and all those whom you love, well and safe. Like many of you, I have been in home lockdown. In my case, I’ve been in the house since March 20, only leaving twice. Unlike many people, I used […]
Just last week, I submitted the last book in the Heirs to Camelot series – MISTRESS OF THE ROSE MOON – to my publisher, Vagabondage Press/Strange Fictions. Their editor will read it and make the usual points about where I’ve dropped a stitch, but I think it’ll come out about mid-year.
Happy 2020! My birthday was January 5, and to celebrate, I’m giving YOU a present (on January 7 – 14).
Had a wonderful time at the Reno Pop Culture Con, 3 days of costumes, celeb sightings, meet & greets, and panel moderation. This was my first fan con so a lot was new, but then I’ve done a lot of book trade shows, so many things were similar. The best part was meeting new readers!
I’m thrilled to reveal the final cover of THE SOLSTICE BRIDE, Book 2 of the Heirs to Camelot series.
By now, you will no doubt be aware that Barnes & Noble Booksellers (for whom I work part time) has been sold to Elliot Advisors, a Private Equity/Hedge Fund that had already bought out the U.K.’s Waterstone’s.