February Self-Promotion Party!





It is deep in the winter season, and where I live in Pennsylvania, we have just had an enormous snowstorm–24-30 inches! Yes, that makes me happy–I love winter. I wanted to share this photo of the old industrial quarter in Bethlehem, PA, a very beautiful place.

This is also a good time to do some unashamed self-promotion!

Tell us about your book(s)!

Leave links and images.

Shout to the world about your work!

You are writers–be proud of what you make.

So as many as possible can see your work, please like, tweet, and reblog this post!


Available on Amazon


Get The Draft Done! is available here: Amazon.com


Gallows Hill can be found here in ebook.

Gallows Hill in paperback can be found here.

An interview about Gallows Hill can be found here.


Please follow the following links to find my novel:


Print book

Thank you!

The book trailer:

Maledicus:Investigative Paranormal Society Book I

My radio interview:



Available on Amazon

French On English

Available on Amazon

40 thoughts on “February Self-Promotion Party!

  1. I have written a young adult epic fantasy novel titled Mystical Greenwood, which is filled with magic, adventure, gryphons, dragons, unicorns, and a strong emphasis on Nature. I’ve also contributed to various journals and anthologies, four of which came out last year; these include poetry, short stories, and an essay about my experiences with Asperger syndrome. They can be found on my Amazon page.

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  2. Loved your photo of the snow!! Just beautiful!! I enjoy these parties you host. Thanks for inviting us! I’ve recently illustrated a book for kids “Pembral Forgets”. The story is about fall leaves, good food, and a boy who forgets something very important. The story was written by Steve Tubbs and illustrated and produced as a printed book and a unique artist book by me. Photos and links here: https://sueclancy.com/portfolio/pembral-forgets/

    Free ebook and audiobook versions here https://storyberries.com/bedtime-stories-pembral-forgets-short-stories-for-kids/

    I hope you enjoy it and that you can share it with any kids in your life.

    P.S. Charles there’s a slight, kid friendly, horror element in Pembral Forgets 😉 And thanks again for this party!

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  3. Goodness, what a storm you’ve had!

    My recently released book, “Apples of Gold: Timely Advice When the World Doesn’t Seem Lovely,” is now available on Audible.


    “Timely advice is lovely, like golden apples in a silver basket.” (Proverbs 25:11, NLT)

    The turbulent times we live in require us to look at our changing world in new ways if we hope to find the blessings that will sustain us. The short, easy-to-read vignettes in this book focus on sifting the true and positive out of the grit and grime of daily life.
    Like the abundance of apples we can choose from to satisfy our varying tastes, there are different kinds of stories in this book. A few are specifically about the Coronavirus; most are not. Some mention God; most are as practical as they are spiritual. There are even some poems sprinkled in for good measure. All of the pieces are intended to help readers seek strength and joy in the challenging days that have come upon us.
    Delve into the silver basket and find the golden apples that await you.

    Jo Elizabeth Pinto was among the first blind students to integrate the public schools in the 1970’s. In 1992, she received a degree in Human Services from the University of Northern Colorado. While teaching students how to use adaptive technology, she earned a second degree in 2004 from the Metropolitan State College of Denver in Nonprofit Management. These days, she freelances as an editor and a braille proofreader.
    As an author, Pinto entertains her readers while giving them food for thought. In her fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, she draws on personal experience to illustrate that hope is always an action away.
    Pinto lives in Colorado with her husband, her preteen daughter, and their pets.

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  4. I didn’t realize you got as much snow (and more) as we did. It is beautiful. Thanks for the photo of Bethlehem. I have always loved Pennsylvania’s old stone houses.

    I sent an email to my families at school last night telling them the importance of large muscle development, and how walking and playing in deep snow triggers the brain for learning. Let’s hope all the children bring boots and snow pants today!

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  5. With Valentine’s Day coming up, you might be in the mood for a good romcom, so I present Turning 30! Ashlynn loses her job in the city and is forced to return to live with her parents in the town she grew up in. While she’s there, she discovers that her best friend from high school, Tadd, is going through a difficult break up and isn’t handling it well at all! She recruits the rest of the bunch she used to hang out with to help cheer him up before he turns 30. Along the way, they discover issues of their own that they want to resolve before their own big day!

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