The Bowdancer Saga Has a New Home

I just got word today from Muse It Up Publishing that they will be picking up The Lost Song trilogy (books 5, 6, and 7 in the sequence) of The Bowdancer Saga. I'm waiting now for the paperwork. 

This is exciting news because Muse It Up has been so very good to give this series a careful reading and to offer it a new home. What this means is that Muse It Up will be able to offer The Lost Song trilogy as both an ebook and printed version. In addition, they are very eager to offer more of Jan-nell the bowdancer's adventures.

This couldn't have come a better time. We are preparing a huge book launch event here in Grand Forks November 5, 2010 when Warrior Women, book three of the saga, is released by Breathless Press. We will be scheduling a number of events that day to celebrate.

We are excited about having Chris O'Brien and his band Enchanted Ape and Matthew Probst and his band Gypsy Lumberjacks on the stage at the Crosstown Lounge that evening at 10 pm. Chris and Matt wrote the music for the first two Bowdancer book trailers and are busy writing the soundtrack for Warrior Women. They will be rolling up their sleeves for The Lost Song trilogy as well. (In addition Chris has expressed interest to write music for the Ruins trilogy and for Sugar Magnolia which will be out next year from Muse It Up.)

Chris and I will be appearing on local radio and doing a couple of public readings with music.

We will be sending out more details in the next week or so.