A Boy Named Rabbit is Out on Kindle!

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Now Available on Kindle

Wooohoooo! Finally, in spite of all kinds of obstacles in my way, I was able to upload A Boy Named Rabbit to Kindle last night, and it’s live and available for purchase today!! Those of you who have been asking when it would arrive…it’s here! Lots of launching bells and whistles have fallen by the wayside, due to my long bout with the flu, but no matter. Nothing can make me feel sad today! My third novel, the sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge is out!

If you are one of the ones who read Wake-Robin Ridge and asked if the sequel was coming, you’re in luck. Check it out here! If you haven’t yet read Wake-Robin Ridge, hang in there another day or two, and a boxed set with both books in it will be available at a special, discounted rate, so you can read Book 1 and Book 2 at once. 🙂

A Boy Named Rabbit is very dear to my heart, as it features an extraordinary little boy’s lonely journey through the wilderness on a quest to find the Good People. Rabbit was more fun to write than any character I’ve attempted so far, and his insights on the world (which he has been hidden away from for his entire life) vary from funny to surprisingly profound. I never knew what words were going to come out of Little Rabbit’s mouth until they fell off my fingers and onto the page.

Of course, there’s plenty of drama and danger involved, a few spills and chills, loads of worry from the ever angsty MacKenzie Cole, patient understanding and kindness from Sarah, and plenty of the kind of love only an adorable ten-year-old boy can inspire.  Hope you’ll cheer for him, laugh with him, cry with him, and most of all, never, ever forget him.

Join Rabbit on the journey that begins with his gran’s dying gasps: “Evil’s comin’, Boy…comin’ fast. Look for the man with eyes like winter skies…an hair like…a crow’s wing. He’ll keep you safe…from bad people. He’s the one…you gotta find.”

A Boy Named Rabbit

17 thoughts on “A Boy Named Rabbit is Out on Kindle!

    • From your lips to God’s ears! 🙂 Thanks, Jenny. I’m pretty excited about this one, and will have to figure out how to promote it now. Gah. The part I hate the most. But I’m not going to worry today. Today, I’m celebrating!

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    • Thank you, Deborah! It IS satisfying, for sure. And today’s euphoria should last until at least mid-afternoon, before the reality of what’s ahead of me hits. 🙂 The only thing harder than self-marketing is figuring out keywords, and how to get your book into the categories you really want it in, when amazon does not let you click through to them from the upload page!!! Oh, those blasted keywords nearly did me in last night, before I finally gave up and went with what I had, figuring I could tweak them later, after I bully someone at amazon into moving my book to the smaller categories I want it in.

      Why do they make that so hard? You’d think they’d WANT people to find your work. I mean, more sales and all? Isn’t that good for them, too?


    • That would be wonderful, Aimee! Thanks so much for checking it out. I really hope you like it. It’s an offbeat story that might not work for everyone, but I loved writing it, and I’m so happy that Rabbit has joined my group of characters on my inspiration board. I haven’t done Kindle Unlimited yet, because I’m so greedy. Once I have a book in my possession, I don’t like thinking I have to give it back! 😀 But I think it’s been a good thing, overall, for authors and readers, both.


    • Thanks so much, Karen! I’m thrilled to finally see this published. Yeah, the stoopit flu slowed me down, and it is still tiring me out so much that I haven’t planned a real launch yet, but I don’t care. It lifted my spirits SO much to see it on amazon, finally. And I haven’t forgotten you, even though my reading is backed up like crazy. I’ve been collapsing early (for me) in the evening since I caught this stuff, and doing very little reading. But you, Aimee Easterling, and Callum McLaughlin are my next reads, for sure. And I WILL review all of you guys, I promise!

      Good to see you here today, and thanks for the FB mention, too. You ROCK, funny lady! 🙂


    • Thank you so much, Marcia! I’m really happy it’s published, even if I haven’t started promoting it, yet. It might be my favorite book, so far. Pretty sure ten-year-old Rabbit is my favorite character…oh, the things that boy says! 🙂 Now I’m eager to back to work on “Hunter,” sequel to Swamp Ghosts. Tick-tock, tick-tock. So much to do, so little time! Thanks for stopping by. Hope all is well with you. Any news we should know about, and share for you?


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