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The Sunday Post I meant to write last night and get out? Once again, I was so focused on other things it failed to come out of my brain until this morning. I know I should schedule them in advance but I just never think about it! Which is uber annoying when I want to participate in things that have linky lists that have to be filled out 24 hours (ish) in advance. That’s why I haven’t done Weekend Writing Warriors in ages. *pout*

If you’re a friend of mine on Facebook, this whole last week has had me focused on studying more of that something I mentioned last week and the week before. If you’re a friend of mine on Facebook, you’ve seen the subject come up time and again (*here’s an idea Juli. Save the links here instead of on Facebook!). Why yes. Good idea, I’ll get right on that.

(Yeah, we’ll see if that happens!)

Anyway, two bits of news for you all: I was part of a fun Facebook takeover last week and I want to say again, thanks to all who popped by and to Decadent Kane for inviting me! Generally, I don’t care for the vibe of Facebook, but I don’t mind the parties. They can be a fun confrontational-free, Politics-free zone in the quagmire that is Facebook.

Two, the giveaway for an audible coupon for Lady of the Tarot, is …about over. ( I hope the rafflecopter doesn’t keel over early, it tends to always thwart me that way.) At any rate, the giveaway doesn’t end until the 30th so feel free to pop over and join in, should you wish.
3. I’ve been wrangling with this all week but it is so importante, I need to stop babbling and say…I HAVE A NEW BOOK OUT!!!
With the recent Photobucket debacle, (pb can bite me), I haven’t had a chance to upload the cover everywhere, but it’s an historical fantasy and the story goes a little something like this:

FRIGGA’S LOST ARMY.




Synopsis:
In the winter of 1943, Benjamin is just a grunt and Army cook—until he finds himself captured, along with his unit, taken prisoner by Mussolini’s troops after the Battle of Tunisia. Read More »I give up–and a new release. #Sundayblogs #BloggersBlast