February Update

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Thanks for tuning in, folks. Here’s an update on Looking for Dei’s ongoing production and distribution efforts: February 28th marks the completion of the audiobook project, and I know you’ll be delighted to hear Tanya Eby’s voice in action. Such a talented narrator! The final version will be available on Amazon, Audible, and Apple’s iTunes […]

January Update

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Don’t forget to pre-order the Looking for Dei ebook on Amazon for only 99¢.  The price will go up shortly after launch, so reserve your copy soon! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078KNKC7D I’ve been mailing out advance reader copies (ARC) with the intent of having reviews hit right around the March 23rd launch date.  Some of the early reviewers […]

November Update

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Hello friends. I hope Halloween ‘treated’ you well and you are all recovering from the sugar high. Book efforts are moving along nicely, and the most recent copyedit is due back any day now; I’ll soon incorporate those changes to the manuscript. Recent efforts have involved not only polishing up the latest draft, but exploring […]

October Update

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The new cover is looking good, the manuscript has been submitted for a content edit, and I’ve begun to seek auditions from audiobook narrators.  Progress! In the meanwhile, I thought I’d offer some thoughts on human conflict that have been dancing about my brain lately. Conflict is everywhere, in political, social, and interpersonal realms.  With […]

Win Some FREE LFD Art!!

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Enter the Giveaway! Surf on over to our Facebook page and enter to win a 12″ x 16″ canvas of Looking for Dei art! https://www.facebook.com/lookingfordei/posts/1099779576821527 The art is on canvas with a wood frame, depicting two characters in the novel, Nara and Kayna, or the prologue scene (little girl blowing on dandelion seeds). See the […]

A bit about runes…

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July update, 2017 Someone I care very much about happens to be fascinated with names. And words. And languages. By age nine, this interesting person had already accumulated half a dozen baby-name books. Not because she was obsessed with motherhood, but because the actual names, their pronunciations, and their origins transfixed her. Quite often I […]