Fianna the Gold Rafflecopter Winners!

As you may remember, a few weeks ago, we hosted a blog tour for Fianna the Gold by Louisa Kelley. As part of that event, we put together a giveaway featuring prizes from a bunch of fabulous authors. Below is a recap of the prizes, including the names of the winners! $20 Amazon.com gift card... Continue Reading →

The Magical Book Launch: When Portland Weather Became a Dragon By Louisa Kelley

When I realized my good friend and local jazz singer, Rita Marquez, was in the middle of recording her first CD, I had a brainstorm about doing a mutual promotion. The release of my new book, Fianna The Gold, was due to happen on September 13th. So, of course I thought, dragons and jazz! Why not?... Continue Reading →

Fianna the Gold by Louisa Kelley

Hi everyone! We've officially made it to the last stop on the Fianna the Gold by Louisa Kelley blog tour. Thanks for sticking with us! The schedule for the other stops is listed below in case you missed a day. Also, don't forget to enter the drawing. The winners will be selected today, so this is... Continue Reading →

Enchanted Oregon by Louisa Kelley

Today starts the blog tour celebrating the release of Fianna the Gold by Louisa Kelley. Check out the schedule! You can follow along every stop. 9/16 Dirt Road Books / Louisa Kelley 9/17 KD Williamson 9/18 RG Emanuelle 9/19 Clifford Mae Henderson 9/20 TB Markinson   9/23 Annette Mori 9/24 Andi Marquette 9/25 Women and... Continue Reading →

Join DRB for NaNoWriMo!

The NaNoWriMo challenge Can you write a novel in one month? Every November, authors all over the world come together, both physically and virtually, to meet one challenge: write a novel (defined as 50,000 words in this situation) in 30 days. On November 1, the challenge starts anew for 2017, and three of our authors... Continue Reading →

Pride Month by Blythe Rippon

Pride Month has just ended, and it makes me wonder, what does that mean to all of you? To some LGBTQ people, Pride is filled with love and joy. It’s a chance to celebrate our community and ourselves. To others, Pride feels like a painful reminder of a bad breakup or an unsupportive family. To... Continue Reading →

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