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A Sea of Green Unfolding is now Available in Print!

Hello! Welcome back! In New Zealand, AS OF NEXT WEEK, you will be able to find it in print HERE,  on Fishpond.com. If you want it personalized and signed, please message me to let me know what you want it to say! From most of the rest of the world, it is available on CreateSpace or Amazon  at …

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A SEA OF GREEN IS OUT!!! This month's giveaway below!

  Hello to my wonderful readers! Thank you for making the release of The Hills of Gold Unchanging so successful in February! I'm very excited to tell you that A Sea of Green Unfolding  is Now Available in eBook! (and I redid the cover!  I hope you like it!) It will soon be available in …

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Hi all!

I just put together a giggle for you over here on Authors of Main Street… Come on by right here!!   And yes, A Sea of Green Unfolding will be available very soon!!!! Please don't buy it yet until the latest version loads, probably by tomorrow afternoon. I'll post again when it's up. This was …

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Blogging at NZ Book Council's blog today!

Hi all! I'm blogging about my newest novel, The Hills of Gold Unchanging, on the New Zealand Book Council's blog today! In this post is the first public peek at the start of this novel! Even the beta readers haven't seen it!   CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE POST! 🙂   It's to be released …

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Talks around the world, anyone?

Hello Everyone! I'll be on the road in June and July and wonder if any of you could please give me any leads you might have on bookstores, libraries or the like which might be interested in hosting Lizzi Tremayne for a book talk and signing? I'll be in Salt Lake City, Utah (To ride …

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20th Anniversary of the Pony Express Re-Ride is ON!

Who's excited! I wish I could be in the States right now! The Pony Express Re-Ride began today, from St. Joseph to Old Sacramento! Patrick Hearty is my Utah contact for my  NEARLY- completed novel Express Desire.   Photo above: Patrick and Joseph's book. Photo to right: Joseph L. Hatch, left, and Patrick Hearty talk …

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