Fans of Wisp of a Thing and The Hum and the Shiver can now sip their morning Joe in a genuine replica of the coffee cups provided by Ms. Peggy Goins at her fine establishment, the Catamount Corner Motel, in Needsville, TN. Being a stylish Southern woman of a certain age, she’d never accuse a guest of stealing a coffee cup, so if one ends up missing, it must be a mistake, bless their hearts. Order here from Zazzle, or click on the image above.
This official authorized t-shirt commemorates Angelina’s Tavern, where Eddie LaCrosse has his office. All proceeds go to support PROTECT, a lobbying organization that fights for stronger laws to protect children from physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Click on the image above to order.
I have a thing for indie book stores, and I’d like to see them stick around. Purchase any of the following books from Powell’s by clicking on the cover. Books are available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble as well, and you can feel free to purchase them anywhere you like, but I think Powell’s is pretty darn cool. (Note: The Firefly Witch chapbooks and Time of the Season are collections of short stories currently available as ebooks for the Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook.)
Looking for signed copies?
My local independent book store, the Prairie Bookshop, carries signed copies of all my books. If you’d like them personalized as well, just let them know and I’ll be glad to stop by and sign them to whomever you’d like.
The Prairie Bookshop is so traditional, there’s no website for it yet. But you can reach the immensely helpful John Stowe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-437-4118 to place your order! And if you’re in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, stop by the shop at 117 East Main Street!
The following audio books can be purchased from Blackstone by clicking on the cover.
I still have a thing for indie book stores, and I’d still like to see them stick around. Purchase any of the following books from Powell’s by clicking on the cover. Books are available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble as well, and you can feel free to purchase them anywhere you like, but I still think Powell’s is pretty darn cool. (Note: Dark Light is an ebook available thru Amazon; Triumph Over Tragedy is an ebook available through both Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.)