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It is cold outside! All my friends in the polar vortex area, keep warm. It’s a good time to make a fire and read a book!

I have found good things come in threes.

This month I will have two stories coming out:

First, Thunderbird is at frontiertales.com free for the month of February.

What would you do to correct the mistakes in your life? One man has the chance to make everything right again, but it will take all his will and courage. Will he survive—or become a sacrifice to the god Thunderbird?

If you like it, you can vote for it to be included in “The Best of Frontier Tales”. Enjoy

Second, my first podcast of my flash fiction story Prairie is on the Manawaker Studio Podcast on Thursday, February 21. You can hear it on ITUNES (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/manawaker-studios-flash-fiction/id980747861), on GOOGLE MUSIC, or on YOUTUBE (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc2pv_XbqvSd2BTkB3mA6jg).

And thirdly, my novel is finished, edited, and I’ll be looking for an agent and a publisher. I’m so excited — it’s like birthing a baby — and it’s the first of a trilogy (or more, perhaps) of my PI Samantha Justice and her dog, Ivan. Stay tuned for more info. When I know, you’ll know!

Thank you for your continued support. Stay toasty this winter. Spring will come soon.

Cheers,

Naomi

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IT’S OFFICIAL!
STRAIGHT OUTTA TOMBSTONE
is a National Best Seller with both USA TODAY and AMAZON.
The mass-market paperback came out in September 2018. If you didn’t catch the SOT train before, visit Barnes & Noble or your favorite bookseller.
Pick it up and leave us a review.
My story is “Coyote.” I hope you enjoy it.

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If you missed it, here is my supernatural fantasy that was featured The Saturday Evening Post to usher in December 2017.

http://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2017/12/01/post-fiction/contemporary-fiction-art-entertainment/resurrection.html

Naomi Brett Rourke

 Writer, teacher, director, wife, mother, grandmother, and Mother of Cats, Dogs, and a Tortoise.

Member:

Greater Los Angeles Writers Society

Horror Writer’s Association

Mystery Writers of America

Sisters in Crime

 

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