A nameless evil lurks in the side streets and back alleys of Spokane, Washington. Unseen, but felt by the more sensitive human residents and smelled by the Guardians of the mid-sized metropolis, it hunts the sweet taste of its next victim, a vulnerable soul.
Hudon contrasts the horror of the hunter’s depravity and destruction with the tale of a bumbling housewife as she discovers her very own superpower. Creative cusswords are not only G-rated but hilarious. Humor and hope are interwoven skillfully with terror and trepidation as the author reveals the true nature of the Guardians and the reader discovers that, at least for some, Waxing is Useless.
Waxing is Useless is available on Amazon and Kindle. Click on the book’s cover below:
and be sure to write a review for the author when you’re finished. Thanks.
Here we go, folks. Send in the Drones, the third book in the Emily Trace Mysteries series, is live on Amazon. Here are a few early comments from people who have read the book:
I started to read Send in the Drones Sunday afternoon and finished it the next day, Oh, my! It left me numb ― not just an open end but a cliff-hanger. I almost cried at the ending, but I guess that’s what science fiction is supposed to do. It’s a delightful story, and I’m so glad Archie is still a part of the books. — Marie S., Spokane
Your latest book ― Send in the Drones ― arrived in the mail. Thank you for writing it. I sat down and started reading it right after it got here. I even stopped what I was doing outside. — Loretta C., Dufur
If you like a good mystery with a Sci-Fi edge, you will enjoy Send in the Drones. Emily Trace finds the key to literally unlock the mystery of who killed her husband. I hope she can relax for a while, but I’m sure Sue is busy writing the next book in the Emily Trace Mystery series. I thoroughly enjoyed this story as I did the first two in the series. Sue’s characters are believable ― in an out-of-this-world way. Joyce C., Cheney
Here is the link to get your copy on Amazon:
If you live in or near Spokane, Washington, you may also purchase this book at 2nd Look Books on 29th and Regal.
Here are a few more events in the Spokane area:
Connecting Writers With Hollywood
From organizer J. D. DeWitt:
We’re so happy to announce that Connecting Writers with Hollywood is back for its 2nd year! This conference is for writers, producers and screenwriters.
Additional speakers were added this year in order to provide more opportunity for pitching to executive producers and agents.
Don’t miss out on the Early Bird Registration, it ends 4/15!
Featured Guest Speaker – Shari Smiley of Gotham Group (Gone Girl, Wild) Featured Guest Speaker – Rich Peluso Sony AFFIRM (Executive Vice President)
Please direct any questions to JD DeWitt at firstname.lastname@example.org
From poet and speaker and radio personality Stephen Pitters:
KYRS Thin Radio personality Stephen Pitters hosts six Poetry Rising events a year at the Northtown Spokane Barnes & Noble. I was honored to be invited to participate in the January event last Wednesday, Jan. 17. Steve Schennum entertained us with a variety of music and singing, Beth Cooley read several of her poems, and Afaria McKinney improvised poetry using words suggested by the audience. I chose to read an excerpt from a story I wrote titled “Wayne’s New Television.” The audience response amazed and pleased me, and as a result of their requests, I decided to publish the story as a short ebook with Smashwords.
As of today, Jan. 21, 2018, you will be able to find “Wayne’s New Television” by clicking on the link embedded in the cover below:
I would like to thank Stephen Pitters for encouraging and promoting music, poetry, and prose through his radio show on KYRS Thin Air Radio and his Poetry Rising events at Barnes & Noble’s Northtown store. Pitters will be speaking at several locations in the Inland Northwest during the month of February to help celebrate Black History Month. He will be at Spokane’s South Hill Library, 3324 South Perry, from 3-4 p.m., and will explore his family history, life lessons about racism, and experiences such as being the first black person to live on campus at an all-white Southern college in 1967.
Posted in Black History Month, ebook, Events, music, Poetry, Science Fiction, Sue Eller, Writing
Tagged 1950s, Black History Month, new ebook, readings
I hope this missal finds you warm, cozy, well-fed, and loved. To add to the love, I’ve decided to offer the three ebooks I have available on Smashwords as an end-of-the-year gift to you. All three are available in just about any format you would need, including Kindle, Nook, Epub, and Kobo. Just go to Smashwords.com and search for me among the authors.
To facilitate it even more, I have links to the Smashwords site for each of my books. Click on the title, and it should take you to the appropriate page.
Meadowlark Madness Taming of the T-Bird The Gluten Free Gourmand
One more thing: this offer is only good until New Year’s Day, so don’t delay! If you take advantage of this offer, please write an honest review of what you thought of the book.
Watch for the notice of availability for the latest Emily Trace Mystery, and for the date of the book launch party.
Posted in Book Series, Ebook giveaway, Emily Trace Mysteries, Special promotion, Sue Eller
Tagged Ebook giveaway, End of the year special price, Meadowlark Madness, Send in the Drones, Smashwords, Taming of the T-Bird, The Gluten Free Gourmand
For the past few years, one of the things I did at this time was send out cards to my friends and family. This year I upgraded my computer, and have spent the last month looking for my list of addresses. Since I haven’t yet found them, and since I’ve received cards from quite a few people this month, I decided I’d better do something to let everyone know how much I appreciate them. This post is part of that attempt.
There may be some of you who celebrate different holidays, and some who don’t celebrate any, but my wishes to you are the same. You are each precious to me, and I wish you the very best of happiness, health, and security for now and the coming year.