Had to buy a new tower. Finally was able to log into the website. Will work on Innkeeper this weekend. Fans are still going. Life is loud.
We are doing some housekeeping on the website and you will see menu items moved around at the top. Please bear with us while we are getting our ducks in a row. We are trying to make the website more accessible to you and important things like free fiction and newsletter easier to find. As
Today is the day for it, I guess. D writes, I was on eBay searching for a copy of Magic Breaks as well as Magic Binds signed by the author. To make this quick,and this gentleman claims too work with you directly and offers signed copies of all of your books signed by the both
For business reasons, we had to pull together a traffic summary from the website. Turns out that Maud’s novella is our most successful Innkeeper to date. That’s pretty amazing. Thank you, guys. The comment section is blowing up at the latest Innkeeper posts, with some posts getting over 600 comments. That’s a lot of
Innkeeper is coming to you later today. It’s almost finished, but we got the first sketch from the cover shoot and it derailed us a little bit with its hotness and we had to have some phone calls to discuss it and oooh and aah. So heads up, looking at the afternoon. And no we
Ignore this post. Troubleshooting website.
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Okay, so the fix is not working. I am going to now test the site by disabling everything. It will look weird. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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