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Kerry Egan, author of On Living, is a Harvard Divinity School-educated hospice chaplain. When one of her patients asked if she could tell the patient’s story, so that others could learn from her life, Egan carefully considered the consequences of taking on such a project. For hospice patients, this was the final gift that these people could leave behind as they departed this life, so the responsibility of getting their stories right weighed heavily. Continue reading “The Introvert “On Living””
I have not read nearly enough young adult dystopian novels to do this post justice. But I do love zombies, so maybe that will make up for it. Continue reading “Survive the Zombie Apocalypse with the Introvert”
New to the series? Now’s your chance to catch up.
I’m participating in a Goodreads Giveaway – 5 signed books will go to a few lucky winners. https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/enter_choose_address/250619-soul-search-a-zackie-story
I’ll also be running a Kindle Countdown deal from Aug. 24 – 31. SOUL SEARCH will be $0.99 for these days only. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LZBO66R
Happy, happy, joy, joy! Soul Scent is finally published. If you enjoy books about the supernatural, steeped in history, and offering a surprise at every turn, this book is for you. Available in softcover and eBook and free on Kindle Unlimited.
Remember when I broke my front teeth and considered joining a vampire coven? After reading Ancient Enemies, I have reconsidered this option because of the highly developed level of political intrigue running rampant in covens. If I ever become a vampire, I intend to fly solo to better soothe my introverted nature. I’m pretty sure Rich would be able to put up with the new lifestyle. He’s so far managed to accept the writer’s life and the strange dinner conversations this breeds, so he’d probably barely notice if I took things one step further. He’d do especially well with the blood drinking, since he rarely comments anymore when I consume something from the refrigerator that is long past its due date. Continue reading “The Introvert and the Vampire Agenda”