Indie Books — New in 2022 & Coming Soon! #NewBooks!

Saturday, August 20, 2022

Robbie Teagan SR Dan books August 2022

It’s All About Indie!

Welcome, my chuckaboos!  Come on in and join this fandango.  To me, sharing indie books is simply rum ti tum with the chill off! It’s so much better to celebrate my friends than to bubble around.  There certainly is a lot to celebrate.  So, pour yourself a mug of oh be joyful, but try not to get blootered just yet — you need to know what we’re toasting.  Is my liberal use of Victorian slang a clue about one of the things in this post?

It might seem like I’ve been publishing like mad this year, but it’s really that I’m finally finishing some things.  Yes, book of The Armadillo Files is new, but the serial started about a year ago.  Dead of Winter, as many of you remember, started in 2010.  Today I’m announcing a non-fiction book I started in 2016.

Not wanting to hog the spotlight, I’m featuring a few friends who have books that are new or coming soon.  Congratulate Robbie Cheadle on her just-released book.  Also, S.R. Mallery, who offers another free book, and Dan Antion on his soon to be released second book. 

About the Books

Announcing Speak Chuckaboo!

Slang of the Victorian and Steam Eras

Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

Speak Chuckaboo & Speak Flapper
Speak Chuckaboo & Speak Flapper

Back in the days of steam engines and mannerly people, a chuckaboo was one’s dear friend.  This volume contains slang from the Victorian Era, as well as the Steam Era, which began before the reign of Queen Victoria, and continued into the early 1900s.  It combines language from the Victorian, Edwardian, and Steam Eras because there was a great deal of overlap.

This slang dictionary also contains a sprinkling of vocabulary words of those eras, which have fallen out of use, along with some history and trivia. Have fun speaking chuckaboo.  You’re positively rum ti tum with the chill off!  Simply hunky dory.

Universal Purchase Links



Haunted Halloween Holiday

Robbie and Michael Cheadle

Haunted Halloween Holiday Caravan promo Robbie Cheadle
Haunted Halloween Holiday caravan by Robbie Cheadle

Count Sugular is delighted when the Sugarpop Bats invites his family to a Halloween party at the Haunted House. He and his wife, Witch Honey, decide to hire a caravan and enjoy a weekend away with their family.  Includes some fun limericks to introduce the various characters.  Coming soon to Amazon, but already available at the following:

Purchase Links

Paperback at TSL Books

eBook at Lulu

Snippets in Time, Book Bites 2

S. R. Mallery

Snippets in Time 2 SR Mallery


Like Murder Mysteries? Time Travel? Historical Fiction? Teen/Family Issues? Cockatoo & Cat Humor? Award-winning, USA Today Best Selling author, S. R. Mallery, presents her second collection of excerpts from some of her newer books––topped off with a couple of short stories.

From her award winning Brooke & Abby cozy mystery series, where going back in time helps solve modern cases, to her award winning Gambit House witch series which also involves time travel, mystery, and romance. Her western romance sequel, “Ellie & The War On Powder Creek” continues on from her “The Dolan Girls” saga. Then comes two complete short stories: Her “On Being Jen” is a Twilight Zone version of how a teenage girl battles envy, and the award-winning short story, “Charlotte,” is an alternative route to a true event during the French revolution.

Here are Sarah’s links



The Evil You Choose

Dan Antion

The Evil You Choose by Dan Antion
The Evil You Choose by Dan Antion

I’m sure there will be “teaser” information before long, because this one is coming soon!  Look for the second book in the “Dreamer’s Alliance” series.  You can get book 1, Knuckleheads here:



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Thanks for visiting. It’s all beer and skittles when you’re here.  I hope you’ll support all these indie authors.  Hugs on the wing!

Speak Chuckaboo by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

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84 thoughts on “Indie Books — New in 2022 & Coming Soon! #NewBooks!

  1. Congrats on all your projects and releases, Teagan and everyone else too 🙂 I have a busy reading schedule ahead that I look forward too. Love the Halloween theme 🙂 Hugs xo

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  2. Oh my. All these new books. I can’t believe you’ve got another new one too, Teagan. You’re a creative machine. Congrats to Robbie, Sarah, and Dan too. Lots of reading ahead for me this fall. Happy Weekend, my friend. Hugs. ❤

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    1. Much thanks! I’ve already used Teagan’s wonderful flapper speak for a couple of my books ….hmmmm.. I guess I’ll have to write a book in a completely different time period so I can use her Chuckaboo book! lol

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    1. I’m so flattered that you remember that, Pat. I hoped to be “bookizing” the Delta Pearl by now, but after “Dead of Winter”, that’s a bigger editing project than I’m ready to tackle. Thanks for your encouragement, my chuckaboo! Hugs on the wing.

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        1. I’ve been having similar problems, Pat. I had been blaming it on my combination of lemon computer and slow Internet. But if you’re having similar issues… I remember one follower a couple of years ago, who was a computer wiz. She said WordPress (a change to it) was eating up huge amounts of her computer’s resources. I’m thinking they’ve made yet another “improvement” that slows us down so far that our computers can’t move as fast as WordPress — and so, WP doesn’t capture our “likes”, comments, etc before our computers time out. That’s my theory and I’m sticking with it. 😉


  3. Four good books (shameless of me to include mine, but…) all on one stick! Yes, I have my copy of Speak Chuckaboo, and It’s an ace-high effort 🙂

    Thanks for including The Evil You Choose in the group, Teagan. I am thrilled to be in such good company. I hope your weekend is all beer and skittles.

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  4. I’ve got Speak Chuckaboo waiting on my Kindle already, and congratulations to Robbie and her son, to SJ Mallery, and to Dan on their new books. They all sound fabulous, and I am sure they will do very well. Thanks for the information, Teagan, and good luck all!

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  5. Reblogged this on Robbie's inspiration and commented:
    Thank you so much to the fabulous Teagan Riordain Geneviene for including my brand new children’s book, Haunted Halloween Holiday, in this marvelous post with her own new book, Speak Chuckaboo, a free historical snippets book by S.R. Mallory, and the forthcoming sequel in Dan Antion’s “Dreamer’s Alliance” series.

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  6. Teagan, your Speak Chuckaboo book just arrived. Another good one on the TBR Teagan book pile. All the new books sound really interesting. You are so supportive to feature author friend’s books. 📚🎶 Christine

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  7. How fun! Learning some of the slang from a different era would be a kick. I’ve always been curious about how you became interested in this topic.

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    1. Hi Pete. It really was a hoot to share bits of this with friends, as I collected it. Those Victorians were not as straightlaced as they’re made out to be! Maybe my fascination with bygone slang is related to my obsession with names and their meanings… I had always heard a few bits of Victorian slang (bladerdash!) and 1920s (you’re the cat’s pajamas). However, I became very interested shortly after my first published novel in 2012. I was reading a fantasy set in the 1920s and the heroine used the expression pos-i-lutely. I was hooked.
      Thanks for reading and commenting, my chuckaboo! Hugs on the wing.

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