Sparrow Squadron: Out Now in Paperback

And you know what that means…

Uh, well, I won’t quite be back to regular programming just yet. I still need to work on e-book channels outside of Amazon. But for the most part, work on Sparrow Squadron is switching over to longer time-frame advertising campaigns, so no more frenzied spam bursts. That means an uptick in properly bookish and historical blog posts.

What to look for soon:

  • The life and times of Sophie Blanchard, the solo woman aviator and one of the first military aviators.
  • Things I would do differently: lessons learned in the mad dash to publish my first book.
  • Me in Book Characters Tag: A getting to know me post that will also get me back into the bookish swing of things (Thanks to Kristin Kraves Books and Emma @ A Dreamer’s Library for the idea.)

Sorry for the tease. Hope to see you back with some real content soon!

The Sparrow Squadron Blog Tour

Announcing the Sparrow Squadron Blog Tour, March 5-16, 2018.

I’m very excited to be able to announce all the tour stops for the Sparrow Squadron Blog Tour! You’ll be able to find lots of interesting content related to the novel that I put together, including guest posts, interviews, a playlist, and a new excerpt from the novel. Find details of each stop after the jump.

It’s Launch Day for Sparrow Squadron

It’s launch day for my new YA novel, Sparrow Squadron!

I’m grateful to have Allie from Girl With A Good Book And Her Dog to help celebrate with a feature post and interview. Here’s a highlight:

Who’s your favorite author? What’s your favorite book?
This may seem odd, because neither their writing styles, nor the genres reflect most of what I write, but my favourite author is the horror writer Thomas Ligotti and my favourite book is Umberto Eco’s Foucault’s Pendulum. Ligotti is such a master at creating a bleak and foreboding atmosphere with his words. I’d love to have that skill, but I’m content to simply be able to enjoy it. Foucault’s Pendulum is often described as a thinking person’s DaVinci Code, and I think it has a lot of the same appeal as that bestseller, except you get to feel snobby about it :-).
For more, check out the link below:

Sparrow Squadron Release Day!


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