Right now, Lost in the Bayou is no longer languishing in the 186th position. Out of 583 Books You Hate to Put Down on the Goodread's Listopia list by the same name, it is currently in the #4 position, only 18 votes away from the top of the list.
This is so very exciting as Lost in the Bayou is currently in the #1 position on another Goodread's Listopia List entitled Best Books of December 2011. If it makes it to the top of this list, that will an amazing accomplishment.
Thanks to each and every one of you who helped move it up. Much appreciated.
During the night, Lost in the Bayou moved from #72 all the way up to #8. Not bad considering there are 522 books on this list. How did this happen? Well, apparently, some of you went over there and voted for it.
Thank you so very much for doing that. We are currently sitting directly below Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. And only two positions below Catching Fire. Wow! What a great spot to own. About five more votes and the positions will be reversed, and how phenomenal would that be? Pretty much, I'd say.
Here's a LINK if you'd like to add your support. And thanks if you do.
I just learned that Lost in the Bayou is on another list at Goodreads. It's on a list called BOOKS YOU HATE TO PUT DOWN. It's currently languishing in the number 72 position. If you're familiar with it or you'd like to see it move up in the list, here's a link you can click to vote for it and give it a rating. Thanks so much for your support. (You'll need to scroll down to find it. At the time of this writing, it's number 72.)
I previously posted an article on how to make your own book trailer. Here's a LINK to that post. And here's a follow up showing a trailer that was done professionally. This is for my new YA thriller that was released in December 2, 2011 through the Euterpe imprint of Musa Publishing. It's been getting great reviews, so if you're into the thriller genre, with a touch of nostalgia, you may enjoy it. Especially if you're a Baby Boomer. If you're a Kindle user, or have the free Kindle for PC or Kindle for Mac, check it out HERE. If you have NOOK, go HERE.
If the trailer makes you want to know more, there's also a mini website that has a lot more information to whet your appetite until you can get your hands on the book and join Robin and Andrew as they head toward the Voodoo Swamp to escape their crazy Uncle Conrad.
I received an exciting email yesterday informing me that LASR had reviewed Lost in the Bayou. This was great news and I was very pleased with the review they created for it. Kind of made my day, actually.
On March 16th, fans will be able to order this long-awaited epic steampunk adventure released through Musa Publishing.
The first of the Golden Disk Adventure series, Cannibal Island is a race against time to a fog-shrouded island to acquire the mysterious disk purported to be hidden there.
As a tease, and to keep the book in the mind of the reader, three monthly ads will appear in the Penumbra magazine. The first one is shown here.