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January 14, 2017 at 11:58 AM UTC

I just read through Snowflakes – how fun to have a chance to step back into the world of the snow queen!
It was a wonderful read but I was disappointed not to see a story about how Phile got to Verglas as mentioned in the book description. My kindle version was very glitchy though – the book ends at the Attendant’s Story and the only way I could read The Wolf and Forgiven was by clicking on them directly from the Table of contents. That said, there were 11 stories in all. Did Phile’s story not make the cut after all?


January 14, 2017 at 08:21 PM UTC

Hi Anne-Marie, thank you for your message! I can’t believe I forgot to include that short in there! I’ve gone and added it in and re-formatted the book, which is updating, and I’m attempting to chat with Amazon to see if I can get it pushed onto everyone’s kindle. Unfortunately they may not get back to me until Monday, so it’s not going to be a quick fix 🙁 Thanks again for letting me know, I’m glad you enjoyed it!


January 05, 2017 at 05:25 AM UTC

Hooray! I can’t wait. It’s right after my birthday, too. Thanks for the “late birthday present”! 😉


January 05, 2017 at 11:53 PM UTC

That’s perfect! Happy early birthday to you! 😀 (I love middle of the month releases, so you’ve got a good chance of getting this as a repeat experience!)

C.M. Williams

January 04, 2017 at 11:07 PM UTC

Lovely! The Snow Queen books are some of my favorites of yours! Is this one going to be kindle only, or will it be coming out in paperback as well?


January 05, 2017 at 11:52 PM UTC

I’m thinking Kindle only, mainly because it’s not nearly as long as a typical Timeless Fairy Tale book. The paperbacks are rather expensive, and the length doesn’t make much of a difference on the price, so I would feel horrid for charging $10 for a short paperback.


January 04, 2017 at 10:55 PM UTC

Yay! for the anthology!!!
And speaking of the TFT world, I think the 12 Dancing Princesses is the ninth book and the Frog Prince is the eleventh (right?), but what fairy tale are you using for the tenth book?


January 05, 2017 at 11:51 PM UTC

Snooooowww whiiiteeee~~~ (Because I don’t have a hard enough time keeping Swan Lake and Wild Swans straight, I now I have have Snow Queen and Snow White, too!)

Cover Reveal: Snowflakes: A Short Story Collection

Good day to you, Champions! The big news for today is that Snowflakes–the Snow Queen short story collection–is now available for pre-order! Woohoo!

Snowflakes will launch January 14–that’s a Saturday, or Friday night if you’re a midnight reader–and is temporarily on sale for 99 cents! Once it’s released, I’m going to up the price to $1.99, but I wanted to give you all a chance to buy it for 99 cents first.

This collection contains all the extras/short stories that were available on my website, as well as three new ones! 1) A short story told from Steinar’s POV. (I wrote it to finish off The Attendant’s Story and the Captain’s Story, so they’re a matched set now!) 2) A short story that examines where Farrin got his barely mentioned jade wolf statue from. 3) A short story–the longest of them all–that brings in the adorable dogs shown above (those dogs should ring bells for any Rumpelstiltskin fans out there) and also reveals what happened to Aleifr–the soldier who tried to kill Rakel.

I’ve been planning for those dogs since I wrote Rumpelstiltskin, so it was great to be able to finally bring them into the story! And as usual, Myrrhlynn–my cover artist–did another fantastic job with this cover! I fretted a lot because I wanted to make it obvious it was a short story collection and not a new novel, so I really appreciated the banner she added at the bottom. (That banner actually matches the binding of the paperback books. Woohoo for a cover artist who appreciates details!)

That’s all for today! Tomorrow you’ll get another Sleeping Beauty post, and the last freebie! (Which, yes, is about Delanna.)

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