Much Awaited November Book Releases

November 1

Underneath The Sycamore Tree by B. Celeste

Room to Breathe by Liz Talley

November 5

Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

Leave Me Breathless by Jodi Ellen Mapas

Tell Me Everything by Amy Hatvany

Stealing Her by Rachel Van Dyken

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

We Met in December by Rosie Curtis

November 8

Captain Dreamboat by Tawna Fenske

November 12

The Light We See by J. Lynn Bailey

November 19

Inexpressible Island by Paullina Simons

Demise of a Self-Center Playboy by Piper Rayne

November 26

Where Winter Finds You by JR Ward

The Ring by Jillian Dodd

Eight Will Fall by Sarah Harian

Spy by Danielle Steel

November 28

Ophelia by Tara Brown


Millhaven’s Tales of Wonder

This is going to be a short and sweet post. As you all know, one of my short stories has been published in Millhaven Press quarterly journal. Volume one, issue one of Millhaven’s Tales of Wonder was released on April 1st and will be available through June. All the short stories in this issue are fantasy or sci-fi, so if you like those kinds of stories, I’m sure you will enjoy this.

There are several amazing short stories in this issue that I’m sure you all will love. It only costs $9 for a paperback version and you can get a Kindle version for just $2.99, or free if you have Kindle unlimited.

You can purchase the paperback on the Milhaven website here.

If you want to buy on Amazon’s you can get it here.

Unlike a lot of publications that pay their contributors a flat rate when their stories are accepted, Millhaven pays their writers through royalties. This means what we make is directly affected by how many copies are sold, so please share with your friends and family.

I also posted earlier this month that another short story of mine will be published in the second issue of Millhaven’s journal. The second issue will be mystery, crime, and espionage stories. I’m also working on another short story that I’m going to submit to for their third issue, which will by horror and dark fantasy.

Get in on the Millhaven train. It’s changing the way we read. I love what they are doing, and the fact they are trying to recreate a tradition from the past. If you want to stay up-to-date with what’s going on with Millhaven, like their Facebook page.

Remember: share, share, share.