New Release Gratitude

New Release Gratitude

As you know if you follow my blog, I am in the midst of  my new release weekend for Call of Brindelier, book three of the Keepers of the Wellsprings series.

For this release, I did something I’ve never done before. I arranged a blog tour, or at least I think it was a blog tour! So many of my friends and fellow authors agreed to post about my release, and I’m so grateful to each and every one of them for doing so. The indie author scene is as talented as it is generous and supportive, and I’m so proud to be a part of it.

Please take a moment to read through this list of amazingly talented, hard-working authors. I hope you find a book or two you’d like to read!

Ann Livi Andrews

Ann is the Supreme Overlord of Support for Indie Authors, and I’m so grateful for her sage advice and encouragement. She’s a kind and understanding overlord who works way too hard in her efforts to provide a supportive, kind place for indie authors to meet and exchange ideas. If you’re an indie author and not a member of Support Indie Authors on Goodreads, go join right now!


Ann has also written several very entertaining fantasy and superhero novels, check them out here:

Her blog is:

Joshua Blum

Josh is a talented author, artist, and musician who recently featured me on his weekly podcast. His illustrated fairytale series, The Thirteenth Hour, is available on

His blog is:

Heidi Lyn Burke

Heidi is the author of a four part fantasy/romance series entitled “The Scholar and the Dragon,” YA/Fantasy “Beggar Magic,” and MG/Fantasy “Thaddeus Whiskers and the Dragon,” among others:
Her blog is:

D. G.  Driver

“There are no bad stories, just ones that haven’t found their right words yet.” – D. G. Driver, author of Cry of the Sea, Whisper of the Woods, and Passing Notes.

Donna has a very colorfully formatted blog chock-full of advice and resources for authors:

Jess Elliott

Jessica is a fellow CIR Author who is currently in the midst of a very cool blog fiction series called Scarlett and Blizzard, a novel written throughout the year and posted as chapters on her blog every two weeks. Each blog ends with a poll for readers to vote on some aspect of the story they’d like to see happen next. Very cool!

Ray Holloway

I had the pleasure of putting a flag on top of the hamburger for the cover of Ray’s latest short, The Deathburger Saga, the tale of a small town diner with a deadly menu (or is it?).  He’s an excellent writer and friend. Ray’s books are on available on

His blog is:

Annie Douglass Lima

Annie is the author of the Krillonian Chronicles series, following Bensin, a teenage slave who is forced to fight as a gladiator for the Krillonian Empire. Read more about her books here:

Her blog is:

Nancy W. Moors

Nancy is the author of the Antrim Cycle, a series of stand-alone paranormal/fantasy romance books which hint at the realm of the Fae in their descriptions:

Her blog is:

Christina McMullen

Christina is a fellow moderator of Support Indie Authors on Goodreads. She’s a prolific author of several novels and series and has been a great source of support and advice. My favorite book of hers is Kind of Like Life, a young adult fantasy, sci-fi, supernatural, western adventure. Don’t ask me how, you just have to read it:

Her blog is:

Owen O’Neill

Owen has been a huge source of encouragement for me while I was writing this last book. I’m so grateful to him for spending the time to read all of my books, enjoy them, and even review them for me. Owen co-writes the Loralynn Kennakris series, a sci-fi space opera, along with Jordan Leah Hunter. Read more about their series here:

His blog is:

Laura D. Palmer

Laura heads up the League of Scribes, an elite squad of authors of G to PG-13 sci-fi and fantasy. She’s the author of the fairytale fantasy series The Pippington Tales:

Here’s her blog:

Joshua Robertson

Josh was a huge help to me in putting together my marketing kit. HIs most recent release is the Hawkhurst Saga, a dark fantasy saga available on Amazon:

His blog is:

Heather Sutherlin

Heather is a fantasy author and a fellow member of Clean Indie Reads:

Riley Westbrook

Riley is also a member of Support Indie Authors on Goodreads. He’s a huge supporter of indie authors via his reviews blog and an expert tweeter. He’s also the author of the Breath of the Titans fantasy series:

Find his blog here:

Kandi Wyatt

Author of The Dragon Courage Series, Kandi is a fellow member of Clean Indie Reads. She has a fascinating history of being a traveling teacher, and her her blog is definitely worth a read:

Call of Kythshire is FREE this weekend!
Call of Sunteri is 99 cents this weekend!
Call of Brindelier is now available on Amazon!

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