An Air of Suspicion, the New Whisper Novel, weaves a tale of conflict and intrigue. Duvall, WA– An Air of Suspicion, the new novel in the Whisper Universe by Bonnie Elizabeth introduces new characters and new elemental spirits. Meg Barringer is back, still recovering from her near death experience in Taken by the Sound. She’s […]
After taking the covers class from Dean Wesley Smith, I decided to redo the Whisper Bound cover. I’ve also added it to Draft to Digital so I can make it available on the itunes book store. It’s still available on the other ebook stores as well as in print. No price change. No interior change.
After hesitating over a number of things, I sort had a break through. I have my goals for this year of publishing. To that end, last year I wrote a short book on acupuncture called 10 Myths about Acupuncture. It’s only about 8,000 words long and deals with 10 common myths of acupuncture. I chose
Okay, if anyone is actually reading, my apologies. I’m a new author. It takes longer to get a book out than I thought. Then, of course, the revisions. It will be a few more months as I adjust my schedule. It will be a better book though, which means, I hope, that it’s worth the
Well, I’ve almost got an image in my head about what I want the site to look like. It’s coming along. The most exciting thing is that I have some ideas for blog posts as well. After all, what does a writer write about? What do people really want to know about the writer?
Driving up through Chicago to Milwaukee I am surprised at how close Chicago is to Wisconsin. I forget every time I visit. I expect the long drive from Portland to Seattle but I end up with an hour or so drive. Dennis drove, following the directions of the GPS, which has the intense desire to