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I’m excited to report that Girl Gone Nova and Mystery of the Green Mist are EPIC eBook Awards finalists! 


About my short story in Mystery of the Green Mist: 


Deleting DennisCapri Hinkenlooper thought her name—and Monday mornings—were the worst things in her life, but then her fellow editor and all around slimy guy gets deleted with her letter opener. On the upside, the two homicide detectives investigating the murder are seriously cute…
I’m excited to have been a part of this fun anthology!



About Girl Gone Nova:




Doc–Delilah Oliver Clementyne’s—orders are simple: do the impossible and do it yesterday. A genius/bad ass, she does the impossible on a regular basis. But this time the impossible is complicated by an imminent war between the Earth expedition to the Garradian Galaxy and the Gadi, an encounter with some wife-hunting aliens, and not one but two bands of time travelers.
The only way it could get worse? If the heart she didn’t know she had starts beating for the wrong guy…

I’m also excited to report that I’ve started the pre-launch contests for Tangled in Time. The fun starts at AuthorIsland and click on contests, or start here. This is just the beginning of a slew of fun, steampunk-themed prizes I’ll be offering through the December release!

About the novella:

Colonel Carey (from The Key and Girl Gone Nova) takes a test “flight” through the Garradian time-space portal, but an unexpected impact lands him somewhere and some when. As he attempts to get to Area 51, he crosses paths with Miss Olivia Carstairs, who could be Mary Poppins’ twin sister. Or maybe her cousin. Olivia’s got a transmogrification machine powered by steam and something more, and a mouth he’d like to kiss like it was his job. Can he get them both to safety before the buzzard eats them or she shoots him with her derringer?




I’m also going to be participate in a special, Thanksgiving event at Romance from the Back Seat called “Month of Thanks.” Stay tuned for details on this special event. 

In the meantime, I hope you have a fun and spooky Halloween and that as we edge into November we can all remember how much we have to be grateful for.

Perilously yours,
Pauline