Yippee! I am so excited. You can now purchase my first novel Miss McGhee in ebook format!
Did I say I am excited? Twenty first century, meet the South of the civil rights era. I think you two will get along just fine.
Here’s the link to Barnes & Noble, if you’re a Nook addict:
And here’s the link to amazon, if you’re a Kindle fanatic:
If you’re like me and you have an iPad, you can use either.
Modern technology allows you to carry around your entire library wherever you go. Isn’t that a wonderful thing?
As a writer, it means I can take my entire research collection with me and I don’t have to lug a box full of books. I can bookmark and highlight passages. It’s a great tool.
In other news: My second novel What’s Best for Jane, will be released this spring. Very soon. Another yippee! I will be doing some readings and a panel discussion at the UNC Queer Studies conference (Queer as an Active Verb) March 31-April 2. The readings will be at Malaprops bookstore.
I will also be attending the Saints and Sinners lieterary conference in New Orleans in May.
Let’s see, in June I’ll be at the GCLS conference in Orlando:
So you see, I have reason to be very excited. Lots of good things coming soon.