This month, we’ve got 2 YA books, 2 nonfiction (business and spiritual), and 1 collection of short stories!
A quick look at recent adventures…
for Aethon Audio (YA / LitRPG / SciFi/Fantasy): THE ACCIDENTAL CONTRACT (Book 3 in the System School series) following the continued adventures of Melvin and Kalli. Find part 1 here and part 2 here.
Fire in the Machine by Jonathan Tofel and Carolina Sasson (nonfiction, business)
As an innovator in a large company working hard to drive growth and deliver products consumers love, your size is an advantage—one that you can leverage for incredible results.
Winds of Spirit by Renee Baribeau (nonfiction, spiritual)
Winner of the 2018 Nautilus Award.
Winds of Spirit is a practical guide to connect to powerful wind energies that navigate us toward authentic joy, power, and purpose.
Revisiting 1 year later!
Two titles for Penguin Random House from April 2022…
People from Bloomington by Budi Darma (short stories)
An eerie, alienating, yet comic and profoundly sympathetic short-story collection about Americans in America by one of Indonesia’s most prominent writers, now in an English translation for its 40th anniversary, with a foreword by Intan Paramaditha.
Multiple narrators, and here’s a sample from my story, “Yorrick”.
The Amazing Beef Squad by Jason Ross (young adult)
Meet the Beef Squad: a group of unforgettable kids who are serious about pranks but also about doing whatever it takes to help the people and places they care about.
My first “YA” book and very fun to record. Would love to see these kids go on more adventures!
Outside of the booth…
Winter continues up here in Siskiyou County! So naturally we’ve kept snow-shoeing, in different areas around Mt. Shasta.
Plus, I picked up the game of Pickleball in December, so have been playing that indoors to stay active and social! Hoping to get back to tennis with the imminent arrival of (fingers crossed!) warm weather!
I’d love to hear what you’ve been up to and any other comments you have – leave a note below!
More ahead! Be well and keep in touch!
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