Monthly Archives: December 2019


“Santa?” Mable stared at the man in the red coat passed out on her lawn and the overturned sled, ignoring the reindeer munching on her shrubs. Empty beer cans, cookie crumbs, and scraps from her Christmas ham littered the ground. … Continue reading

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WOLF NOTES: An Uncommon Interview – T. Austin Campbell

Welcome to WOLF NOTES, where interview questions stray from the rest of the pack. It’s nice to know the usual stuff like where an author gets their inspiration and why they write, but sometimes we need a little fun in … Continue reading

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December Promote Your Book Party!

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
( It is now almost Winter, and it is time once again for a book promotion party! I want to offer an opportunity for all writers who follow this blog to…

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Free Winter Reads

Check out Kathy Steinemann’s post about free holiday reads. When you’re done there, don’t forget to pick up a copy of Star Touched and Wolf Dawn.      

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