Monday, November 17, 2014

PreSale of Stealing Time Available on Amazon and Radio Interview

Release of Stealing Time on Amazon


I'm so excited to announce that my book, Stealing Time, is now available on preordrer on Amazon! Please check it out here: Stealing Time 


Here is the summary:

As Hurricane Charley churns a path of destruction towards Orlando, Ronnie Andrews and her best friend, Stephanie McKay, scramble to prepare for the storm. The women separate and Ronnie seeks shelter at her boyfriend’s weather lab while Steph invites her friend Nick to stay at her house. 

During the peak of the storm Ronnie is hurtled back in time to eighteenth-century London where she is caught in a web of superstition, deception, and lies in a life and death struggle to return to her own time. Steph is thrust into the middle of the hurricane to rescue her cat, but it quickly turns into a living nightmare as Steph is faced with losing everything.

Stealing Time: Book 1 in the Stealing Time Trilogy, currently available as an e-book and will be on presale until December 20, 2014 at which point it will download to your device.

In January I hope to have the book available as a paperback and I'll be looking into an audiobook as well. 


Radio Interview

I was on the Tom the Treeman show on November 13 talking about my book, its release, and my writing process. Here is the link to hear the 15 minute interview.




Want a Free Paperback of Stealing Time?

When you read my book you will find a scene where Steph and Nick are listening to the Tom the Treeman show during the storm. If you call the radio station number that appears in the book and mention Stealing Time Tom will buy you a paperback!

What a deal, eh? Thanks Tom and look for a book signing live on the air with Tom the Treeman sometime in the spring.

You can listen to his show Thursday nights at Mixxfm radio here: Tom the Treeman Show

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Fitness Calendar -- Men of Steel Voting on the Cover



Men of Steel Calendar 
Featuring the Models from 
Blondie's Custom Book Covers.

We are in the final stages of designing the fitness calendar and I would love your input on the front cover.  Please use the voting tool to choose the design you like the best.

The calendar features a few of the models from my company, Blondie's Custom Book Covers. The front cover features Zach, a physique show competitor who was in the Marine Corps. 

All photography and design work was done by my business partner, Jody Smyers. You can see more of his work here. All art direction, model wrangling, marketing and business development was done by me.

For more info on our book cover business check out our website here.Blondie's Custom Book Covers.





Cover 1


Cover 2

Cover 3

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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Blondie in the Stream of Consciousness

Blondie in the Stream of Consciousness

Stealing Time

I wanted to post a quick blog to let you know what's going on with me and why I've not been on here much lately. First of all I've been working feverishly on my novel. After nine years I'm finally inches away from releasing Stealing Time. At the moment it is at the editors. So far the feedback from my beta readers has been spectacular, way beyond what I had hoped. Here are a few of the comments:
For more on my book listen to my Interview here!


"Gripping! I can't wait for it to be released so I can have a autographed copy."

"I stayed up almost the entire night because I couldn't put it down." 

"A real page turner."

"Such an original concept!"


If all goes as planned (and Lord knows that's not been the case so far) I plan to have it on preorder on Amazon mid-November and available on ebook and print by the holiday season.

Here is a quick synopsis:

Three days ago Ronnie Andrews moved to Florida just in time for her birthday. With Hurricane Charlie barreling up the coast towards Central Florida, Ronnie takes shelter in her boyfriend's weather lab where they ride out the storm and celebrate her special day. During the peak of the storm Ronnie inexplicably leaps through time landing her in 1752 London. With no clue how she arrived there, she has to find her way back to 2004 before time catches up with her.

I'm also working hard on a website redesign, a book trailer, and of course my social media presence. I just found out I'm ranked in the top 5% for social media users. Can you believe it? At least I have something to show for all my time wasted...I mean spent (wisely) on social media.

Already I have an amazing track for my book trailer composed especially for me by the ridiculously talented BrotheRabbit. He is available for your custom track needs and has a huge array of really unusual and funky music. Check him out on youtube here. I will be working on putting the trailer together in the next few weeks.

Blondie's Custom Book Covers

Secondly, In January I started a business called Blondie's Custom Book Covers where I help authors create high quality covers for their books. Please check out our website at www.blondiebooks.com on twitter at @BlondiesBookCov and on facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlondiesCustomBookCovers. I'd be honored if you'd follow us.

Blondie's Custom Book Covers

I'm working with a professional photographer, Jody Smyers, who is extremely talented in photography, lighting, night shots, time lapse, and of course photoshop. You can see his work here http://jodysmyersphotography.com

We have several covers in process now that I cannot wait to show you, but for now here are a few we created for three authors who have recently released their books.  Please show them some love and check out their work on amazon.

The first four are from author Roger Grubbs. They were shot on location with Roger working closely with us to chose the setting, models, wardrobe and all other details of the shoot, and then the photoshop elements to create a stunning cover. What do you think? I couldn't be happier with the results. Let me know if there is anything we can do for you.



Buy it here!


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We recently completed a travel series for author and editor Jeri Walker-Bickett. Check out one of the covers we did for her here:
Buy it here!

The latest release that Blondie's Custom Book Covers created is a very funny and touching book called The Rejected Writer's Book Club by Suzanne Kelman. This was by far the most complicated cover we've done so far. We found five models that fit the characters, created their look, and found a location and props to suit the storyline. The photoshoot was a blast with this fun group of ladies and Suzanne joined us via Facetime to help direct the shoot. We made a cake inspired by one of the chapters and shot that as well with the letters and teacup. After all of that we then took to photoshop and put all of the elements together creating the light playful mood of the book with the colors and layout.

Buy it here!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you stay tuned for my upcoming novel release! I would love for you to follow my blog and answer the questions below in the comment section.

1. What covers do you like the most? I would love for you to let me know if you were interested enough to purchase one of these books.

2. Do you think you might pre order my novel? If so what would you be more interested in, paperback or ebook?

3. I will send the first two chapters to anyone who preorders the book in early November, just to get you started on the story. Just let me know how to send them to you.


KJ WATERS

Please check out my social media links below. 

I would love to hear from you! Please take a minute and leave a message for me in the comments section below. 

Contact Me
  • Check out my website:       www.kjwaters.com and stay tuned for a complete redesign coming soon. 

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Blondie on the Radio -- Stealing Time Interview on the Tom the Treeman Show July 17, 2014


On July 17, I was asked to join Tom the Treeman on his Thursday evening show on themixx.fm to talk about Stealing Time, my upcoming novel. This is my third time on his show and once again I had a blast. Tom, thank you so much for having me and I hope to come back soon when I'm closer to being done with it. It was great to meet his co-host Baunfire as well.

Check out the segment here:
Part 1: listen to ‘KJ Waters Radio Interview 7-17-14’ on Audioboo


I had a friend record the show, but he missed the first few minutes so the recording will start after our introductions, Also my audioboo only records 10 minutes so I've had to add a second link for the last five minutes.

Tom runs a great show if you haven't listened in you can find them here themixx.fm:

Time: The Treeman Show – Th 7-9P

Details: The TREEMANSHOW is a talk show from 7-9pm every Thursday with of course TOM THE TREEMAN running the show along with his new co-host Baunfire
; if we can find him on Skype, our producer AUGIE. Together we make up one AWESOME show with one AWESOME Brain. 727-235-6330 to call in & join in on Twitter: @TREEMANSHOW1 or Facebook: TOMTHETREEMANSHOW.

KJ WATERS

I am a mom and a writer working on my first novel Stealing Time, that I'm hoping to have out this Fall. It's a time travel thriller set in 2004 Florida during Hurricane Charley. Please check out my social media links below. 

I would love to hear from you! Please take a minute and leave a message for me in the comments section below. 

Contact Me





Monday, December 9, 2013

Blondie on the Cape

Blondie on the Cape


I found this blog that I wrote back in the summer of 2012. Not sure why I never published it but how fun to put it up in the dark, cold days of winter. It has sparked my imagination -- I hope it does the same for you. It fits neatly in between my other blog posts Blondie in the Reef, Blondie Along the Atlantic Coast and Blondie in the Pond. Please enjoy. I would love for you to follow my blog and leave a comment. I hope you have a wonderful and safe holiday season.

As I am writing this I am on Route 6 in Sandwich, Massachusetts in a lovely part of the world called Cape Cod. We are in week 3 of our amazing and fabulous vacation that began in Orlando, Florida, then continued up the coast to Maryland to see my family and then to Cape Cod, Massachusetts for several days. Now we are heading to Maine for a week with great friends and their kids. 

Our time in Cape Cod was spent 
with our feet in the ocean.
Our time on the Cape was spent with our feet in the ocean, despite the cool early June temps. As Murphy's Law would have it, today, as were leaving it is supposed to be 97 degrees. Temps while we were on Cape were in the upper 60's most of the time and definitely not warm enough for this southern gal to disrobe and jump in the cold water.

We arrived four days ago midday and the sun was shining as a bonnie wee welcome.  So we quickly dropped our stuff off at the Sesuit Harbor Hotel, a quaint little place in Brewster, and headed to the beach.

I love the water, but I can't lie, I love being warm even more, and with the cool temps there was a zero percent chance of me swimming. At Crow's Pasture in Dennis Beach we parked the car and walked about a half mile to the beach through beautiful scrubby pine forest chock 'o block full of poison ivy with constant reminders for the kids, "Do not let any, I MEAN ANY, plant touch your body!" With last year's fiasco still fresh in my mind where Shorty got a month long rash from something and I spent the entire trip with hydrocortisone cream in my pocket waiting for the, "I'm itchy" to begin again. I was determined to sleep through every night without 'bug goo' at the ready this year.

We arrived at the beach and walked over the grassy poison ivy filled dune (no lie, it was all along the path) expecting to see the glorious Cape stretched out before us. To our surprise there wasn't a lick of the sea in site. It was low tide and an incredible view. The tide was at least a half a mile out, leaving small puddles warming in the sun. You could see the oyster beds exposed as we squished along in the sun warmed sand, all of us eager to get our feet wet in the salty water.


Oyster beds at low tide basking in the sun.

The dry crusty layers around my soul began to fall away as I got closer to the sea and were completely gone by the time I got knee deep in the glorious water. Dirtville was becoming a mere memory. We spent the rest of the afternoon playing in the shallow waves, my spirit soaring with the gulls in the sky. Sun, sand, and beach were the perfect tonic to the dry, dirty, and hot place I call home.  

The next day we went back to the same beach at high tide. This time the sun was hiding, the clouds taking over the afternoon. It hardly looked like the same place. We walked around the dunes to the part of where the cars can drive on the beach, with a permit.


The dunes were gorgeous!

Now as I write this we are stuck in traffic in Quincy, Massachusetts. I remember now what I didn't like about this area. There is no rush hour in Dirtville. Doesn't help that they drive like complete Massholes! 

The kids had a ball just digging in the sand and finding seashells. There was a tiny tidal creek on the back of the beach with water still heading out to sea. Of course I walked the entire length of it in the water. Small minnows skitted out of the way as my feet squished in the soft sand littered with shells and rocks. It was blissful to be in the water for so much of the day.


Me happy to be in the water all day!

Tidal creeks heading out with the tide.
After a few hours of poking around we packed it up and went to another beach where the whelk shells littered the beach ready to be added to our massive shell collection. This place was stunning with a small strip of beach and a hill leading to some amazing homes. The wind whipped up making us all wish we had another layer on. It didn't keep me out of the water though. It was surprisingly warm and delish.

I don't remember the name of this beach, but it had huge whelk shells.
We are slowly crawling through Boston on 93N. Man I miss the city. Wishing we'd left a day to explore my old haunts on our way to Maine.

After many good finds (sea shells) we headed out to Kate's in Brewster for some fried clams. The kids even tried it. "You mean that wasn't chicken?" The sun came out and we decided we had to hit another beach and I am so glad we did. Panes Creek Beach is an amazing place. If you time it right you can ride out the tide about half a mile on a narrow strip of water that flows at a good clip like a lazy river as the water is heading out.


Pane's Creek at low tide -- an amazingly beautiful place.
We hit it at low tide and walked the four inch to about 2 foot deep sections of the flowing water towards the beach. The kids enjoyed their new shovel and dug up the sea snails, hermit crabs, and clams.

The bright sun gave the water a mesmerizing shimmer (see video), and we walked for what seemed like forever to reach the bay. The sun was so low in the sky it made everything just a few shades more beautiful. If it had been earlier I would have tippy toed out to the sand bar that was another 500 feet or so out, not caring a bit if my pants were completely soaked. 

video

As it was my family almost had to drag me out of the water kicking and screaming, but they lured me away with the promise of a 'lobstah' dinner. I thought it would taste just as good in another hour, but the kids were hungry and would have become insufferable if I let my whims take over. I'm sure there would have been another sand bar just a bit further out and who knows how long I'd be in the water.

'Lobstah' dinner was waiting for me ...

Live Free or Die is the state motto of New Hampshire that we just entered, or as I like to fondly call it New Hamster. I had an amazing canoe/camping trip from NH to Maine years ago with the same friends we're meeting in Maine. Great fresh bread, Kahlua, and steak cooked on a dirty rock followed by the sounds of coyotes in the night...but that is another blog post for another day. Just paid a $2 toll with a $100 bill -- the guy is loving us! Only 4 more hours in the car. Whew, why did we decide to drive from Dirtville to Florida and then to Maine? Oh yea, I needed some time with my favorite coast, the East one.

Another day we went to Coast Guard Beach and enjoyed a windy and sunny day in the sand. Too bad the weather was still too cool to swim. Actually, I take that back. We found out the following week that a great white shark was spotted about 15 feet out in the water just where we were sunbathing. Very glad we didn't run into that guy! I supposed everything happens for a reason. 


Coast Guard Beach, visited by us and a great white shark!

I can't wait to get back to Cape Cod. Next time we'll come a bit later in the summer to get in some swimming and more water adventures! And a major bonus none of us got poison ivy so our days in Maine were itch free!

If you ever get the chance, you really need to spend some time on the Cape. In a lot of ways it is like going back in time. The small quaint towns and miles and miles of the bay and ocean to explore are heavenly. You will leave refreshed and your soul recharged. I know I did! Now for a blissful week in Maine. I fully expect to be knee deep in the icy water most of every day. 


KJ WATERS

I am a mom and a writer working on my first novel Stealing Time, that I'm hoping to have out this spring. It's a time travel thriller set in 2004 Florida during Hurricane Charley. Please check out my social media links below. 

I would love to hear from you! Please take a minute and leave a message for me in the comments section below. 

Contact Me



Monday, November 18, 2013

Blondie's Books From Friends (BFFs)

Blondie's Books From Friends (BFFs)

Welcome to Blondie's First Author Spotlight

I wanted to introduce you to a few of my close author friends who have been supportive of my writing. I hope you will take a few minutes to check out their new books and follow their blogs and social media sites as a favor to me. You will not be disappointed. I have very good taste in friends as you will see these are quality folks, and mighty fine authors with great stories to tell. While you're doing your holiday shopping, consider adding a few of their titles to your wish list, gift list, and e-readers! I know I am!

There is something for all tastes with these 7 Books From Friends (BFFs) with very diverse subjects ranging from a science fiction tale from a NASA Astrophysicist to a Chef's love story. There is an autobiographical story from Kenya and a horror ballet frightmare to thrill you, with two short story collections with real world character driven tales. Finally a horror Christmas story sure to make you look at the holidays a little differently. 


If you purchase any of these books please take a few minutes to write a review on Amazon. This is the bread and butter for the Indie author -- reviews! I would love for you to share this post so we can get as much attention as possible for these great authors. Thank you! 

So without further adieu -- Blog readers, please meet my BFFs...


Terry Tyler

How Do I Know the Aqualicious Ms. K J Waters?

Terry Tyler, Author of 7 Books
We are but online friends, alas, but then that’s the way with so many people these days, isn’t it? I ‘met’ KJ when I first joined Twitter two years ago – I had just published my first book on Amazon and I was told I need to tweet to promote it. I joined Twitter but wasn’t at all sure what to do, so I just used to chat to people; KJ was one of the first with whom I did. She calls me ‘Glodie’ because I remind her of Goldie Hawn (all we have in common are the wrinkles, but never mind!), and I make a lot of typos, so have been known to refer to myself as ‘Glodie’….! *Terry is covering for me. I was the typo maker.*

KJ and I have since become Facebook friends, followed each others’ fledgling (now well established!) blogs, and I’m massively dying to read her debut novel Stealing Time, when it comes out. I’ve been waiting for it for two years – hurricanes and time travel? It’s so far up my street it’s practically through the door, down the hall way and in the living room!


My Latest Book
Very soon, very, very soon, I shall be publishing my seventh book, which is a collection of nine short stories called Nine Lives. It will be free on publication, for five days only, so please look out for it – I know KJ will tweet about it! *Of course I will Terry!* 

Nine Lives does not have a single theme; the stories are about such things as extra-marital affairs, jealousy, weight loss, first love, mistakes made under the influence of alcohol – much like what I write about in my novels! I’m planning publication day will be November 20, so I hope you will download!

Thank you very much for featuring me, KJ, and I am proud to be one of your BFFs!



Links
If you would like to take a look at my books, here are the links to my author pages: Terry Tyler on Amazon UK and Terry Tyler Amazon USA.

Terry's snarky and fun blog: Terry Tyler's Blog

Twitter, Goodreads, Facebook



John Malik


John Malik, Author and 
Award Winning Chef
I love salt water. I love being tossed about by the waves and I love feeling the tug and push of the tides.  I find it mesmerizing. I can’t think of a better example to describe our planet’s forces of nature. Get into the salt water on an East coast beach and you won’t need to think about how complex our planet is, you’ll feel it.

I think KJ shares that same love for salt water and that’s why I love reading her blog.  She clearly understands the attraction. There’s a sensuality to being immersed in warm salt water and there’s a wonderful attraction to being part of the ocean’s complexity. 

The grit of the sand, the brine of the water, the possibility of an encounter with a fish, crab, urchin or jellyfish is irresistible to me. Sure I’ve been stung, pinched, bumped and bit by all matters of sea creatures but I expect that when I jump into the ocean. I think KJ shares that sentiment.  And I’m pretty sure she’s part mermaid. *I am, John, it's true.*

If you’re looking for a love story, take a look at KJ’s novel, Stealing Time.  It features a hurricane as the central character and there’s a bit of time travel too. *He's kidding, it is a thriller. I do love severe weather, though, he's right about that!*

My Novel

And what about my novel, Doughnuts for Amy?  Well I’ve been picked up by a publisher, Winter Goose. Doughnuts for Amy isn’t currently for sale. It will return in late Spring of 2014.  I would love for you to become a follower of my writing. 


Links

You can connect with me on my Facebook fan page or on Twitter and my blog.

*I asked John to submit a few paragraphs for this Author Spotlight blog and he completely shocked and delighted me with an entire post called Blondie in the Water on his blog 'Chef John Malik -- A Writer Trapped in a Chef's Body.' See the full post here.  Thank you again, John! You are amazing!*


Wendy Potocki

Wendy Potocki, Author of 6 Novels
Ahoy Mateys and Manatees!

The meeting of K J, a.k.a. Blondie, was quite natural since we both frequent the same ocean. You see, I’m a navy seal … and I’m not talking military. I mean that I’m literally a dark blue seal. You know, the kind that claps and balances things on their nose for treats?  In fact, Blondie taught me those tricks. 

Now while some may eschew my rather elegant blue coloring, the only real problem I’ve encountered is finding suitable flippers. They’re almost always black—and navy paired with black is a big fashion faux pas. And in case you’re wondering if any of this is true, I should add that I relentlessly create fiction to spice things up. When I was young, it was called lying, but it’s now known as creative license. *Wendy, you're crazy! ;)x, but in the best way possible!*



My Latest Thriller -- Black Adagio


I put that imagination to good use in my latest thriller entitled BLACK ADAGIO. The genre is horror, but this frightmare can be read by anyone 15 and up. The description is as follows: Melissa Solange is presented the chance of a lifetime. Chosen as a member of a new dance company, she works tirelessly perfecting the one element of ballet she's never mastered—the adagio. 

As she rehearses, a dark force watches. Resurrected by the surprise addition of a classic ballet to the repertoire, the sinister work is thought to be cursed—destroying anyone who attempts to dance it. When the production's lead dancers begin to disappear, the old warning is taken more seriously. A death worshipping cult called The Innocents is blamed, but Melissa is not so sure. They may be the scapegoat for an ultimate evil living in the woods of Holybrook. Desperate for an answer, she searches for what lurks in the shadows of the old trees before she becomes the next victim of the Danse Macabre.



Links



Jeri Walker-Bickett

Jeri Walker-Bickett, Author
and Freelance Editor
I first encountered KJ in my earliest days on Twitter. She was a larger-than-life figure in 140 characters or less. In the months that followed, she’d occasionally say a hello or make a wisecrack. 

When she posted on Blondie in the Water to ask for input on choosing a cover for Stealing Time, I think that’s when we started to get to know each other better. She is very open to learning all she can, and not afraid to ask for help. I find that kind of openness very appealing.  


Once we friended each other on Facebook, I became even more aware of her awesome sense of humor. *Aw                                                                                         shucks, thanks Jeri*
My Short Story Collection 

Such is Life contains realistic short stories that feature characters down on their luck, yet stubborn enough to move on. A tryst between a carnival worker and a pretty high school student begs the question of who takes advantage of who. 

A young man’s encounter with a drug addict finds him striking out on his own in hopes of a better life. An English teacher publishes literature deemed inappropriate by a Mormon community. A mother goes on a quest to get rid of the family’s aggressive pet. Finally, New Orleans provides the backdrop for a stroll with a psychotic housewife.

JeriWB writes short stories, creative nonfiction, and psychological suspense. The rough Idaho mining town she grew up in populates her literary landscape. She also works as a freelance editor.

Links
You can buy Such is Life at Amazon Author Central
Blog JeriWB: What do I know?
Elisha Chirchir, 
Author and Software Developer

Elisha Chirchir

Once in a long while, you run into strangers online not knowing what will come out of it. Some will help you set up Facebook pages while some will keep the humor jar always full. K J Waters did both for me. Trust me, her smiles and straight talk keep me on my toes.

When I learned that she was working on a book, I told her I will be the first fan to buy it - and I can’t wait! *:D *Thanks so much, E!*









My first book “My Life Sentences - A True Story” has seen some significant success especially in the United States and Europe. I attribute this to the fact that it is a true story based on my own life. It took a lot of courage to write the book, let alone publish it for the whole world to see. 

In brief, it involves my personal story which is partly based in my home country Kenya (Africa) and the second part which is based in the United States. I have been humbled by the thousands of readers who have downloaded the book to date.


Links
My book is available on Amazon: My Life in Sentences
Website: http://simpledeveloper.com/about/
Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest

David Batchelor

David Batchelor, Author,
NASA Astrophysicist
I met KJ on Twitter through our mutual friend Charles Munn. I have retweeted lots of KJ's humorous postings, so various paper.li editions published her writing, too. But she usually didn't notice that she was in all of those paper.li's until I told her! Guess she doesn't do much vanity searching.

I especially loved the Blondie post about the 3 bears in Jellystone  (oops! Yellowstone) Park. And she's a great beach photographer and tweeter. We have both lived in Maryland and she thinks I'm in Baltimore but I really live in Beltsville. *Actually, Dave I said you're a Baltimoron, like me. Beltsville is close enough to qualify! ;)* We are both science fiction lovers    and writers, so I look forward to reading Stealing Time. 


My Novel

My first novel is The Metalmark Contract. It's about an alien trader who visits Earth in the near future, offering a deal for starship technology IF we trade him the planet Mercury and moon Triton of Neptune. A drama of international adventure, politics, intrigue and hard science fiction in the Asimov/Clarke flavor. Is Metalmark an honest dealer, or is it a contract with an interstellar devil? 

Please peruse these reviews by The Wisdom Cube and authors Christine Rice, Yolanda Reid, and Charles Munn. *Tell me you aren't intrigued by a NASA scientist's science fiction novel!*

Links


You are invited to follow me on Twitter.


Ron Chapman


A while ago I made a friend on Twitter who just happens to be a blonde hair, blue eyed, water loving time traveler by the name of KJ Waters. We encouraged each other about our writing and after a few months KJ convinced me to set up my blog, The Kilted Monkey. The name came from KJ’s fetish for Scotland and men in kilts, and somewhere a monkey was thrown into the mix. It’s now a running joke that if she doesn’t keep working on her book the kilted monkey will show up and crack his whip!
A Christmas Horror Story

My first novel is a horror story called Kringle. It’s a Christmas story that includes Kris Kringle and most of the holiday legends. Kringle reveals a lot of secrets from my past that have made me into the person I am today. Along with a little bit of A Christmas Carol, Kringle is a story like no other. You can find it on Amazon here: 

You can see what has inspired me for Mrs. Kringle on my blog, kiltedmonkeyauthor.blogspot.com, Check out some of the other pictures that inspired the characters in Kringle. I have a new short story up on there called Safe Sex, if you're into Zombies, for adults only.

Links

Find out more about me and my writings at:

Twitter, Facebook and Klout


Which Titles Catch Your Eye?

Please leave a comment and let me know what books piqued your interest and if you purchased anything. I'd like to provide some feedback to my authors. As always, thank you so much for reading my blog. 

KJ Waters

I am a mom and a writer working on my first novel Stealing Time, that I'm hoping to have out this spring. It's a time travel thriller set in 2004 Florida during Hurricane Charley. Please check out my social media links below. 

I would love to hear from you! Please take a minute and leave a message for me in the comments section below. 

Contact Me



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