Friday, April 14, 2006

Some Australian Heat

It's another MELTDOWN!

For those of you who enjoyed Alexis Fleming's Outback Sizzle, with Changeling Press, the follow-up to it, Outback Meltdown debuted earlier this week. This one involves a swearing Aussie parrot, an American in a fix, and the Australian female cop who'd like nothing better than to keep him shirtless and handcuffed.

Outback Meltdown
by Alexis Flemingcover art by Karen Fox
ISBN (10): 1-59596-338-3 ISBN (13): 978-1-59596-338-3
Genre(s): Humor and Satire
Length: Novella (12k - 28k words)

read an excerpt


I'd also like to tease you with a book by the fabulous Cat Marsters, an English pal who writes for Changeling as well as Ellora's Cave. Here's Cat's latest with Changeling:

Sundown, Inc: What Wizards Want
by Cat Marsterscover art by Sahara Kelly
ISBN (10): 1-59596-311-1 ISBN (13): 978-1-59596-311-6
Genre(s): Paranormal, Humor and Satire, Urban Fantasy
Theme(s): Interracial, Witches, Wizards & Magic
Length: Novella (12k - 28k words)

Five Things You Never Knew About Wizards

1. You don’t need all the proper crystal ball-type props to do real magic. Although things can get kind of interesting when you improvise.

2. There is no wizard academy full of jolly thrills and spills. You get pushed in at the deep end, and only the really lucky ones get a nose plug.

3. Faeries like wizards. The same way that humans like pack mules - except we’re way kinder to pack mules.

4. We’re not immune to a shapely female form, although sadly, they’re not as available as I’d like.

5. Sometimes — just sometimes — we get things wrong. And when we do, the results can be pretty spectacular.

How many pirate queens have you freed lately?

Have a fabulous weekend, everybody. I'm planting veggies and herbs and flowers...I've been nursing a cold well over a week and am gonna try kicking it in the butt. For those on the road, be safe - enjoy the holiday (Easter is Sunday), and save me some chocolate eggs & bunnies.

Okay, okay, okay...diabetic here just got smacked by conscience. Save me some carrots.

Oooh, oooh (reminiscent of Horshack on "Welcome Back Cotter")...addendum to this blog post. I love reading astrologer Madeleine Hill, and her blog post on FENG SHUI for Spring just can’t be beat for uplifting my spirits. Give this post a look and see if you don't feel energized about doing some spiritual spring cleaning.



At 8:02 AM, Blogger Amie Stuart said...

Hope you have a happy and quiet Easter weekend!

At 3:43 PM, Anonymous Doug Hoffman said...

Hey Lyn! Here's the URL for the saltwater chicken recipe. Let me know if you try it.

At 9:14 PM, Blogger Merry said...

I'm back!

Feel better, enjoy your new space, eat well, keep laughing and BEHAVE. Well, I know that last is a tall order. Do the best you can LOL.

I promise to blog at the old place soon...did you see the Construction Dairy?

Love, Merry

At 2:46 AM, Blogger Sam said...

Oh Sotp! LOL
Too funny. Is it for real?
Have a GREAT Easter -
hugs -
PS thanks for the head's up for the books - I have Cat's book and would love to get the other two - drool, drool!

At 12:29 PM, Blogger Daisy Dexter Dobbs said...

The books sound like great reading, Lyn. And I’m still laughing over the “SOTP” in the street. Hilarious!

Wishing you a happy diabetic-chocolate-filled Easter. ;-)

At 8:38 PM, Blogger Jordan Summers said...

Love Maddie's stuff. Always a positive force on the web.

At 3:33 PM, Blogger Shesawriter said...

I actually have that last picture. It's hilarious. BTW, that guy's pants are unzipped dangerously low. :-)

At 9:42 PM, Blogger Lyn Cash said...

THANKS, Cece - it was. THANKS, Doug - yeah, gotta try that recipe! Merry, I've been keeping up no those photos and love, love, love 'em.

Sam, Daisy, Jordon, and Tanya, it's ALWAYS great to see you!!! (and yeah, Sam, I fear that photo was the real deal - lol)


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