Monday, April 9, 2018
Hello, all. Forgive me if you saw this review at Jazz Age Wednesdays last week. Now that Olga Núñez Miret has it on her blog, I had to share. Let’s blouse over to her place — click here*. Since I want everyone to get to know Olga, I have disabled comments here. Olga writes valuable, mindful reviews, and she’s a translator as well. She’s also a talented author. Take a look at her collection of novels!
It’s really a challenge for me to work on my novels, as well as all the technical aspects of producing them, as well as blogging, along with my “real job.” So I can’t project dates — but I want you to know that eventually I’ll be publishing the third of Pip’s adventures, A Ghost in the Kitchen — Three Ingredients 2, and a collection of short stories and vignettes from the “Pip-verse.” And if I’m on this planet long enough, my various draft novels: The Guitar Mancer, The Dead of Winter, Tatterdemallian — the Electric Zucchini, Copper the Alchemist and the Woman in Trousers, The Skull of the Alchemist. As well as Atonement in Bloom which is currently in the editing process, and hopefully a third book in the Atonement series… and the short stories and vignettes. That should keep me busy for about a hundred years.
Meanwhile, here are the links to my 1920s books about Pip and her friends. Thanks for stopping here. Be sure to click over to Olga’s place. You’re the cat’s pajamas!
Murder at the Bijou — Three Ingredients I
The Three Things Serial Story: A Little 1920s Story Kindle
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Huge thanks for sharing, Traci. Hugs!
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