The cover of Pixie Warrior, a bewitching story by Rachael de Vienne from Drollerie Press. She is also, with collaborator B.W. Schutz, the author of a non-fiction work of serious and painstaking scholarship, Nelson Barbour: The Millennium's Forgotten Prophet.
Those of you who frequented Miss Snark's blog during those glory days may remember her better as Sha'el, Princess of Pixies, who often posted highly entertaining comments from Bill E. Goat.
She still blogs at Who Said Pixies Were Rational Creatures? If you take the time to read her archives, you will be enchanted. She often posts pictures of fantasy artists's work, historical photographs of street scenes and people, and old post cards, some naughty, always nice.
And the particular reason I mention this is that the Pixie Warrior has weighed in on my side in the promotional war and invited me to guest blog on her site today.
Out of the blue she emailed me. Once more, the numinous unites with the mundane.
LATE BREAKING NEWS!
Here I go with the exclamation marks again!
After lurching off to a doctor's appointment, then to physio, I staggered back just in time to hook up for a Live Meeting with Carina--and learned that Dark and Disorderly will be one of the first five Carina Press books to be made into an audio book by Audible.com. in July!
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