Category Archive: Reading

Jul 08

Fated Magic – Chapter 21

It’s countdown to publishing date now. A bit more work and the book will be ready for prime time. Here’s the cover, which I’m pretty darned pleased with. Now I just have to get the descriptive blurb. In the meantime, here’s another chapter. The cards she laid were a nightmare. Emilia swept up the third …

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May 27

Fated Magic – Chapter 18

It’s the Memorial Day weekend here in the US. To all our veterans, thank you for your service. Vadim drove the highway to Salinas, skirting past Pebble Beach and Monterey, then turning to wind into the oak-studded hills of the coast range. It would’ve been far quicker and easier to make a phone call. But …

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Nov 24

When the Pig Came to School

Every once in a while, I think about posting a review for a book I’ve read. Like many good intentions, I never quite manage to get around to it, instead spending my writing time on my own books. Well, this time I’m finally putting thought into action. My stepmom, Ewa Carlsson, who designed my Flying …

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Nov 13

Fateful Magic – Chapter 5

Well, the election is finally over. Everyone seems variously shocked, panicked, horrified, elated or some combination. Certainly we’re on uncharted and uncertain ground, waiting to find out what happens next. I’d sure like Emilia’s ability to see the future! …or maybe not. For now, I’m finding solace in writing about my crime lord. I enjoy thinking …

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Apr 18

Amazon and the Attack of the Zombie Scammers

It’s a day just like any other. The sun is shining, birds are singing. A neighbor calls a cheerful greeting as Mom and Dad see the kids off to school. Then, from across the street, a scream splits the air. A young mother flings her phone away and presses her children back from the menace on the screen. A teenage …

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Oct 27

Could It Be Magic – Chapter 2

Here’s a new chapter of Book 5 in The Land of Enchantment series. Click here to read Chapter 1. Santa Fe Amethyst’s relationship was Jas wasn’t, as she’d told Mama, strictly a professional one. But it sure wasn’t a romantic one, either. She was morbidly curious to find out what a real, live, official date with …

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Aug 31

99-Cent Sale on Flying Tiger Books

September is Sale Month for Flying Tiger books To celebrate the release of Crooked Magic, $0.99 promotions are running through the month of September for most Flying Tiger Press titles. Check them out on Amazon. By K. Lynn Bay: September 1 – 4 – ChanceShaper      September 9 – 12 – Blackthorne          …

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Feb 02

What the Hack?

I’m suddenly seeing the word hack word come up in popular usage. “Productivity hacks for writing.” “Healthy hacks for game day.” “Simple life hacks.” I’m having a lot of trouble with this word. What does it mean? Okay, it’s being used as a noun. Reading from context, it seems to have about as much meaning as …

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Jan 27

Writing Rules

A graphic I recently saw on Pintrest called “Said is Dead” made me want to ::headdesk::. Now, to be fair, it’s from a fourth-grade teacher’s blog, but seems to have found its way onto writing boards. Don’t even ask me how you can smirk or giggle and speak at the same time. “Nothing screams ‘amateur’ like this …

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Jun 16

Flying Tiger Press T-Shirts

Check out the new Flying Tiger Press T-Shirt store on Zazzle.com! You can choose from a variety of designs in both men’s or women’s shirts, and customize your shirt in your choice of color, size and style. Designs include cover art from Flying Tiger Press books including taglines on the back, or with taglines only. If you …

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