JLH news thanks to Croco Designs!

I can finally post a blog again after all the confusion with my missing post editor. Thank you Croco!

Very soon, I will also have  a new look and be better integrated with the rest of my social media. I cannot wait! Stay tuned for all the changes. :)

In the meantime, let me fill you in on the last year of JLH publishing news.

* I have self-published The Murder King’s Woman and The Murder King’s Summons, yay! These are available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, All Romance ebooks and Smashwords.

Cover for The Murder King's Woman

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Murder Tales 2: The Murder King's Summons by Jamie Leigh Hansen

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* I have released an unrelated short story in The Mammoth Book of Futuristic Romance titled Naturally Beautiful. I will be self-publishing that as a single very soon.

* I have another unrelated, complete and raring-to-go short story that should have more news soon.

* I am nearing completion on The Murder King’s Valentine, Murder Tales #3. This story is much longer than the first two combined.

On the International Literary Project to Fight Friedreich’s Ataxia front – we have a complete novel and it’s being translated in full in the primary writer languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese and Italian. We have translators waiting in the wings for many more languages once the full novels have been edited. We also have a cover! I just can’t share it now.  I know. Bummer. :( But soon. In the meantime, if anyone would like to post the logo on their blog in support of the project (Anything to get awareness out!), email me at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

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Another big help is to Like the page on Facebook and encourage your family and friends to do so as well.   That way you’ll have the best access to updates.

https://www.facebook.com/FightFriedreichsAtaxia

And for anyone who would like to join me at this year’s Get Lit! Festival in Spokane, WA on April 13, I am part of a 6 author team providing an interactive, hands-on workshop on Worldbuilding. http://outreach.ewu.edu/getlit/3294.xml More info TBA.

Please stay tuned for more updates – which will be much easier to make now. :)

 

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