I'll add my cover later to the side bar to join Dream Walker. Both are from my back list of Western Historical Romances published by Topaz in the 90s. I just received word that the next two are currently being scanned, so I can soon go to work editing, formatting and uploading these to Kindle.
My workshop, scheduled for October 1 at Ozark Folkways, will cover publishing your book to Kindle. It's posted in events on my Facebook page. Cost is $25 for the full day and I'm only taking ten (well, you know if number 11 called, I'd probably make an exception.) Everyone will need to bring their laptop. Once you're registered I'll let you know what you have to download into your computer to take part in the workshop. We'll be uploading to Mobi Creator, which is one of the easiest and best I found after months of comparing various ways to publish to Kindle.
Those of you who look forward to my regular writer's workshop can plan on a spring event. This one on Kindleization has been heavily requested.
To read a first chapter of Montana Promises and Dream Walker, go to my website. My two blogs this week have contained some shameless promotion, but I've also tried to add helpful information for those who follow me.