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The Machine God, now at Amazon!
The Victorian science fiction story Dalston Junction is free through 12/27/11 at all Amazon Kindle stores (US, UK, DE, etc)! It even made the UK top 100 in science fiction. Yay!
I just got my Christmas Kindle, and Meilin Miranda is my very first author on it!
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE leave me a review! You will love having a Kindle, they are so awesome. Mine goes with me literally everywhere.
Grabbed it even though I already have Other Sides--got to complete my MeiLin Miranda collection and help raise your numbers
Clare K. R. Miller, author of Chatoyant College
First time I've cracked any of the top 100 lists anywhere.
Several of my friends said they'd go download it - I asked them to leave reviews, so I'm hoping they will. I got to start reading it last night, but the child is being difficult today!
I don't think you're crazy. I think you're colorful. The kind of colorful that does well with medication!
My wish list
I left a 5 star review for you!
Nothing of me is original. I am the combined efforts of everybody I've ever known. -Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters
All reviews, even negative ones, help.
And I have to say, if you haven't, you should. I don't cry easily, although easier than I did before the boy was born, and this story had me misty-eyed. Just WRITING about it makes me start to tear up! Holy hells, MeiMei...
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An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom, The Drifting Isle Chronicles and Scryer's Gulch by Lynn Siprelle writing as MeiLin Miranda are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
In a utilitarian age, of all other times, it is a matter of grave importance that fairy tales should be respected.
— Charles Dickens