A Door into Evermoor gets four stars on Amazon!!

BerThobberNobbs! My YA fantasy, A Door into Evermoor, gets a four star on Amazon! Thank you to everyone who’s bought and reviewed it! 🙂 🙂 😀

Get A Door into Evermoor here: A Door into Evermoor. Get Kor’Thank here:  Kor’Thank:  Barbarian Valley Girl.  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle  Vol. 3 on Kindle here:  Vol. 3 on Kindle  Vol.4 on Kindle here:  Vol. 4 on Kindle  Echo Omnibus here:  Echo Omnibus  Echo Vol. 1 & 2 Combined Edition here:  Combined Edition  Musings, Volume 1 is available here:  Musings, Volume 1  Here’s the miscellaneous gear that I use to try and become an uber-human:  Optimization!  🙂 🙂 😀

Hold on!  I just got approved to be an Amazon affiliate!  If you’re going to buy ANY product from Amazon, and you’d like to support my efforts for absolutely free, then simply click on one of the Echo links I’ve provided—they’ll send you to Echo’s Amazon page—and THEN buy whatever product you wish.  Amazon gives me a small referral fee each time this happens!  In this manner you can support my books, musings, podcast, zany ads, or my adventures along the noble path known as The Way of The Man Child WITHOUT spending any more money than you were already going to!  Should you do this, I vow to send you a silent blessing, causing your genitals to adopt the optimum size, shape, smell, and death-ray attachment of choice that paralyzes your enemies with fear and envy!  Entire worlds will bow before your nether parts!  😲💪 😜

19 thoughts on “A Door into Evermoor gets four stars on Amazon!!

  1. I just ordered Echo Omnibus! So excited to read the 4 volumes. My grandmother that I never met wrote a book called The Omnibus on a typewriter and I ended up with the only copy. The last lines in her story were about tears for the grandchildren she would never meet, from her writing from HER grandmother she never met’s perspective. Can’t wait to read the masculine counterpart ❤️

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      • I relate well to it, I know some of the grit is takes to be in the military firsthand, and my dad was contracted during and after Vietnam. It’s refreshing to read violence rather than see it. The spoiled pomegranate hit harder than the “failure procedure” for some reason

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      • Wow, I’d like to say I can relate to your dad, but I can only do so in a really distant sense. The military in Vietnam was a completely different animal than what I experienced.

        It’s good to hear the pomegranate bit was evocative. I wrote Echo 1 close to seven years ago, so it’s hard to remember the reasoning behind all my decisions, although they were crystal clear at the time. I remember the pomegranate, however, as a reference to Persephone and how Atriya’s kind of sick of his personal hell, even though it’s a bit of a gradual realization. It’s also reflected in his nasty apartment and, of course, his general unease with Echo at large.

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      • I’ve been in that position, but it was rotten milk in my fridge that did it for me. I relate strongly to Persephone, so maybe that’s why the reference hit. My email is brigidfaye@gmail.com and if you send me a message I would love to send ongoing commentary as I go through the book.

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