Tag Archives: Thomas K Carpenter

A Cauldron of Secrets (The Dashkova Memoirs #2)

TweetRelease day part deux!  Yes, it’s only been a week, but I didn’t want to put out the first book without having the next couple of books in the series complete, so readers wouldn’t have to wait to wade into the story. … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Why You Should Know Princess Dashkova

TweetHistory is a fickle beast.  Sometimes the most important people get lost in the annals of time.  Maybe they were on the losing side of a war, or they existed so long ago, that records no longer exist.  I find … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Magic (The Dashkova Memoirs #1)

TweetRelease day!  Not only a new release, but the start of a whole new series!  I’ve been working towards this day for a couple of years now, so I’m very excited for this launch. The Dashkova Memoirs is a new … Continue reading

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New Release – Women of the Apocalypse Bundle

TweetI have a confession.  I used to daydream about the apocalypse when I was growing up.  Nothing passed the time in class like deciding what my weapon of choice would be against a horde of slavering zombies.  Or figuring out … Continue reading

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Women of the Apocalypse on StoryBundle

TweetThe end of the world comes with a BANG!, a sword thrust, and a whole bunch of kick-ass heroines. Don’t lie.  If you’re like the rest of us.  You’ve harbored secret desires about surviving the end of the world as … Continue reading

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Thank you Readers!

TweetA book without a reader is just a diary.  I’m happy to report I haven’t just been writing notes to myself these last few years.  The promotion of the Alexandrian Saga (Books 1-3) was a smashing success. Here are a … Continue reading

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Alexandrian Saga (Books 1-3) – $0.99 Promotion

TweetGreetings Travelers! Right in time for gift-giving time, I’m running a big, big, make that HUGE promotion on the first three books of the Alexandrian Saga.  You can get the bundle of three for only $0.99 at all major retailers (links … Continue reading

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New Release — Goddess of Alexandria

TweetI have to be honest.  During every round of editing and proofing, when I read the last few lines of the novel, even though I knew the words backwards and forwards, it made me tear up.  It’s hard saying goodbye … Continue reading

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New Release — Voyage of Alexandria

TweetGreetings Travelers! My pen has been racing across the parchment as the steam-trams thunder through Otherland Station like ornate mechanical elephants.  Upon their graceful backs, I took another journey to that far-flung place, ancient Alexandria, bringing back tales of Heron … Continue reading

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The First Run: A Sorri Lyrax Story

TweetGreetings, travelers. On my last visit to Otherland Station, I observed the story of a girl named Sorri Lyrax living in a far-flung future in which humans can travel the stars as easily as we cross the street.  I recorded … Continue reading

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