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Lady Wynwood #7 early release Kickstarter

I worked on my first Kickstarter and it got approved! It’s for the Special Edition Hardcover of Lady Wynwood’s Spies, volume 1: Archer and the release of Lady Wynwood’s Spies, volume 7: Spinster. I contacted my graphic designer about the Special Edition Hardcover of vol. 1: Archer—it’s going to be SO beautiful! The Kickstarter focuses on the Special Edition Hardcover, but it’ll also include vol. 7: Spinster so that it’ll sort of be like a launch day for vol. 7, too. A third special thing that’ll be in the Kickstarter is Special Edition Paperbacks of all the books in the series. They won’t be available in stores, just in the Kickstarter (and later, from my website, and also in my Patreon book box tiers if I decide to do them). The Kickstarter is not live yet, but you can follow it to be alerted when it has launched. (You may need to create a free Kickstarter account.) Follow Camy’s Kickstarter

Writing a knitting pattern

Writing a #knitting pattern for a 1940s style short sleeved raglan sweater/top bc I love #vintage styles. Will post on blog eventually.
My dog, telling me she wants a treat. And yes, I am sucker-mommy.

$1.99 ebook sale!

The first 3 Sushi series books and the first 2 Protection for Hire ebooks on sale for $1.99! Don't know for how long. Be sure to follow me on Amazon to get informed of my new releases! Sushi for One: Kindle iTunes Kobo Nookbook Only Uni: Kindle iTunes Kobo Nookbook Single Sashimi: Kindle iTunes Kobo Nookbook Protection for Hire: Kindle iTunes Kobo Nookbook BOOKSAMILLION.COM A Dangerous Stage: Kindle iTunes Kobo Nookbook

Prelude for a Lord - names part 6 Sir Hermes

This is continuing my series explaining how I came up with the weird (and not so weird) names of my characters in Prelude for a Lord . Bayard’s stepfather, Sir Hermes Morrish Sir Hermes was one of the easiest characters to name. He’s a bit foolish, and very easy going. The Greek god Hermes is sometimes portrayed as the Fool, with abstract knowledge and child-like innocence. When I looked up the meaning of the word, “moron,” it mentioned the Latin word morus which means “foolish.” I tweaked “morus” into Morrish for Sir Hermes’ surname. Sir Hermes is very carefree, with a boundless enthusiasm for life that makes Bayard’s mother feel young and carefree herself. Sir Hermes is a considerable contrast to the personality of her late husband, Bayard’s father, which might be why she remarried to a man like Sir Hermes Morrish. Sir Hermes is rather self-absorbed. He charmed Bayard’s widowed mother despite the fact he is slightly lower in social status and has less money than Bayard’