This is the twenty-seventh edition of Lots-O-Links, posts where I randomly share links. Fun, huh? I can now call it the weekly post that four (real, I presume) people have gone on record as liking. Pretty cool!
In view of all the contest posts I was going to skip it this week, but I just have too many links that can’t wait!
Susan Koenig’s story Nineteen hundred is now available on Amazon and Smashwords. Though it is a sort of prequal to a longer story she is working on, it can stand on it’s own. Be sure to check it out!
Her Heart’s Desire by Ruth Anne Nordin is now available – check out her post for all the details.
Stephannie Beman also has a new release Þrùđr: Forever Loved Shorts #1 – it’s free on Smashwords an $.99 everywhere else.
Sam Havens has set up shop on etsy selling his artwork and even his book! Check out his store.
Roger Lawrence has posted the first chapter of his WIP – Three Hoodies 2! No, that’s not really what it’s called. It has a better name than that, but if you want to know what it is, go check his post 😉
Looking to buy a used car? Check our Brad Crouch’s book How to Buy and Maintain an Used Car for the non mechanical. yeah, non-mechanical describes me for sure!
Reena Jacobs’ birthday is coming up and to celebrate she is giving away prizes! To enter, leave a review of her book(s) on any of a variety of places – check out the blog for more details!
A huge congrats to James Brock, whose newest book, Tailor made is riding at #1 in the Gay & Lesbian Romance catagory on Amazon!
And if you’re feeling a bit down, be sure to check out the fantastic post on Lariats and Lavender about positive thinking.
And in line with that is a post by M. Selene, who writes an opened letter to all the discouragers in the world, without whom we might never need to “prove oursleves”.
If you hurry, you can just catch the Geek Pride giveaway on I Smell Sheep, loaded with superhero swag! Go, enter – hury! It ends the 31st!
Looking for inspiration? I’ve found a new blog – the one minute writer. They post a daily prompt and you use it to write for – you guessed it – one minute. Sounds like fun to me!
If you have any links to share please mail them to me at Joleene (at) JoleeneNaylor (dot) com or else post them in the comments! And that’s all I have right now. Have a great week everyone!