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Top Drawer News — Summer Snowflakes

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Nope, no snow here in sunny Carpenter Country during our sultry summer months of June and July. But our book, Pirate Summer, was part of a blizzard.

Our thanks to Darrell Laurent, the very generous author and blogmaster at Snowflakes in a Blizzard. Darrell was kind enough to feature our young adult adventure, Pirate Summer, on his blog this week. Click on over to Snowflakes in a Blizzard to find out why we think time travel is possible.

And if you’re an author, you should know Darrell’s super-easy to work with. Send him an email if you’d like to have your book considered for a spot in the blizzard.

Oh, and one more news flash — Pirate Summer is half-off for the month of July at Smashwords. Be sure to use the link we’ve posted here — the sale price is only available on the Smashwords site and only for the month of July. Hop on over and grab a copy!

 

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***** ABOUT THE AUTHOR *****

HL Carpenter is the pen name of a Florida-based mother/daughter duo who writes from their studios in Carpenter Country, a magical place that, like their stories, is unreal but not untrue. When they’re not writing, the Carpenters enjoy exploring the Land of What-If and practicing the fine art of Curiosity.

Also by HL Carpenter:

Jack and The Fountain of Youth. Some people say the Fountain of Youth is a myth. Jack Ponsi Dileonardo Thomas knows better.

The SkyHorse. Fourteen year old Tovi thinks finding a flying horse is fabulous luck–until a mysterious stranger says finders aren’t always keepers.

Dream Stealer. Is stealing a dream better than losing your own?

A Cause for Murder. Someone at Happy Haven is a killer. Septuagenarian sleuth Emma Twiggs navigates madcap mayhem, multiple mysteries, and murderous motives to discover who has a cause for murder.

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