With my friend Nikki Loftin, our conference keynote speaker.

With my friend Nikki Loftin, our conference keynote speaker. And check out her amazing new novel, Nightingale’s Nest.


So I’m in Nowheresville with Meghan Pinson, and I’m going to spend the next 2.5 weeks immersed in the next-to-final rewrite of Going for Kona, my fall novel, and not blogging. I’m also recovering from an exhausting but very rewarding and successful Houston Writers Guild conference. In the meantime, I really need two HUGE favors from you guys, and they’re both so easy.

1. I’ve put up a SHORT story that is 99 cents on Amazon and soon will be free. It needs reviews. If you’ve read Leaving Annalise, you’ve read most of this story. Could you PLEASE leave a review so that it has some traction when it becomes free? http://www.amazon.com/The-Jumbie-House-Katie-Annalise-ebook/dp/B00JKPOXLI

2) Please vote for Finding Harmony on 50 Indie Romance Books Worth Reading:http://www.indieauthorland.com/vote-50-self-published-books-worth-reading-201314-2/ then click romance & then Finding Harmony, as many times as you want. It’s in the finals. :-)

That’s all I’ve got.

Pamelot

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3 Responses to Off the Grid

  1. Hokie dokie, I’ve done my duty. I bought and read that shorty short ebook about Annalise and have to say that is has a more powerful impact when pulled out of the book and showcased this way! Loved it!

  2. Eric Hutchins says:

    I am smiling about your version of off the grid but you are trying, I KNOW. You just have so many incredible things happening I know how hard it is for you to fully disconnect but….. KONA is calling, and it is a damn good book.
    Go Pamela Go.

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