Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Funny Fantasy and Silly Scifi

The YDP Audio Roadshow: It’s Like Thanksgiving in February!

Written By: Tracy - Feb• 12•13

It’s February! It’s the month of Romance! Everywhere except here. Join us for the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow where our themes this month sound more like it should be Thanksgiving. We’ve got a big fat bird for dinner as Katherine Eliska Kimbriel reads her short story Ducks from the chapbook Wings of Morning. Then get your commercial groove on just like Black Friday with a very special Yard Dog Press commercial. Finally, Robert Brown shows us what it’s like to spend time with the weird relatives in Savin’ Ned.

In addition, we have a little bit of news from the yard:

Yard Dog Press and Dusty Rainbolt will be launching their newest title “Death Under the Crescent Moon” at Con DFW. Mention that you saw it here and get $.50 off the cover price at the convention.

YDP has also re-released the popular “The Four Redheads of the Apocalypse” chapbook with a new, perfect-bound cover. The cover price is $6.00, but you will also receive a $.50 discount at Con DFW if you mention that you saw it here.

William Ledbetter has a Non-Fiction article up at the Baen Website (www.baen.com) entitled “Family Therapy: Learning to Love Mercury and Pluto.” The article discusses the probes that have been sent to those two planets (or one planet and one whatever they’re calling Pluto these days).

Melanie Fletcher just sold a paranormal Erotic Romance Novellette titled “A Boon by Moonlight” to Evernight Publishing for their Romance on the Go line. Look for it under her pseudonym Nicola Cameron.

Tracy S. Morris just launched a second podcast along with longtime Yard Dog fan Rosemary Johnson, which they call Lunch on Fridays. Two geek girls talking about geek things. The first podcast is up at www.lunchonfridays.com.

If you are going to Con DFW, we hope you’ll download this podcast and listen to it in your playlist on the way there.

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