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News and updates from author Margaret Windsor

Month: November, 2013

Stolen–Chapter 22

You’ve reached the page for Chapter 22 of STOLEN.  Now that STOLEN has been published, this chapter is no longer available on the site.  You can now find the story on AmazonBarnes & Noble, Apple, KoboSmashwords, and Sony.

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Quotes (CS Lewis)

“There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it.”
–CS Lewis, The Chronicles of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia

The Psychology of Abandonment (Goodreads)

What Makes You Put Down a Book? We tried to find out!Found originally via Pinterest
(I myself am usually a finisher no matter what!  Though I did abandon The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo after one chapter…)

Stolen–Chapter 21

You’ve reached the page for Chapter 21 of STOLEN.  Now that STOLEN has been published, this chapter is no longer available on the site.  You can now find the story on AmazonBarnes & Noble, AppleKoboSmashwords, and Sony.

If you want to be informed of new content, including upcoming serializations and releases that you can follow along with on the site, you can subscribe to my newsletter.

Thanks for stopping by!

Quotes (Tennessee Williams)

Time is the longest distance between two places.
–Tennesee Williams

The Glass Menagerie

Cartoon–Editors

Editors
Find this and other comics on Creators.com.

Stolen–Chapter 20

You’ve reached the page for Chapter 20 of STOLEN.  Now that STOLEN has been published, this chapter is no longer available on the site.  You can now find the story on AmazonBarnes & Noble, AppleKoboSmashwords, and Sony.

If you want to be informed of new content, including upcoming serializations and releases that you can follow along with on the site, you can subscribe to my newsletter.

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Quotes (E.L. Doctorow)

“Writing a novel is like driving a car at night.  You can see only as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.”
–E.L. Doctorow


Ragtime: A Novel

Cover Reveal for Stolen

Good morning!  Lots of interesting book news recently.  First, Amazon announced it was offering a way for independent bookstores to partner with it through a new program, Amazon Source.  Not surprisingly, any whiff of Amazon expansion has ruffled a few feathers, though others say that it’s worth considering.  Publishing consultant Mike Shatzkin spoke to Digital Book World and said that publishers don’t need startups (right now)–they can instead adopt a wait-and-see approach.  And NaNoWriMo sparks discussions about hobbyists vs. professionals over on Kris Rusch’s fantastic blog.

Today, though, I wanted to share the final cover for Stolen with you:

Stolen Professional 200x300(Design by LFD Designs for Authors)

Just a little over a month now until publication!  As a reminder, on that day (December 22nd), the story will no longer be available on this blog or on Wattpad.

The first chapter is currently available for download on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo.  Thank you to everyone who has written to me about the work; it’s lovely hearing from you!

Stolen–Chapter 19

You’ve reached the page for Chapter 19 of STOLEN.  Now that STOLEN has been published, this chapter is no longer available on the site.  You can now find the story on AmazonBarnes & Noble, AppleKoboSmashwords, and Sony.

If you want to be informed of new content, including upcoming serializations and releases that you can follow along with on the site, you can subscribe to my newsletter.

Thanks for stopping by!