Apparently you can see it in the Northern US tonight. It’s one of my dreams to see it. I hope that many of you have the chance to step outside and experience something exquisite! All of my love, friends.
I’m listening to BLACK TAPE FOR A BLUE GIRL. Their song “Knock Three Times” is one of my favorites.
Tired of happy, fluffy bunnies and darling little baby chicks? How about some horror? If you haven’t had a chance to read Shock Totem, or even if you have, this week is the perfect time to pick up the mag for free on your Kindle!
Click the links below to download!Monday/Tuesday: Shock Totem 1: Curious Tales of the Macabre and Twisted
Tuesday/Wednesday: Shock Totem 2: Curious Tales of the Macabre and Twisted
Wednesday/Thursday: Shock Totem 3: Curious Tales of the Macabre and Twisted
Thursday/Friday: Shock Totem 4: Curious Tales of the Macabre and Twisted
Friday/Saturday: Shock Totem 5: Curious Tales of the Macabre and Twisted
Last time we ran this promo, we had over 10,000 downloads. We would LOVE to hit that number again! If you have a chance to download it, please do. And would you terribly mind passing this on? Read us, read us, read us!
Thanks so much, my darling ones. I appreciate it.
Also, I’m taking a Facebook hiatus for the month of April (I know! Crazy talk!) but I will still maintain the blog. Hopefully this will help me update the blog even more! So. Yay. THE BLOG!
Have a lovely day! And download us! Give Shock Totem as gifts to your granny! Dear old Grannies love ST.
Oh, and the print edition of Issue #6 is now for sale. GORGEOUS. Absolutely. And for some reason, it’s selling for two dollars cheaper than normal. Grab it while you can!
And as always, you can pick up Beautiful Sorrows, too, which is also on sale for four dollars off! Woo hoo!
I will never again write a book with “BS” as initials. Let me just be clear on that.
TT Zuma wrote a wonderful review for Beautiful Sorrows over at Horror World. He said: “Mercedes M. Yardley might just be one of the finest and most imaginative storytellers since Neil Gaiman, she is that good.”
What an honor! It really made my day. Thank you, TT! I’m so glad you liked it!
Won’t you go and read it? You can find it here. Also, it was my birthday last week, so maybe we should all celebrate by going and picking up a copy of BS?
I’m sorry. I promised Ken of Shock Totem that I’d make that plug. I’m a terrible marketer, apparently. Bad Mercedes! Bad!
Anyway, I miss everybody! I haven’t been blogging as much as I’d like. I’ll try to manage my time better. Lots to update on. Things are going well here at the Yardley household. Today the Easter Bunny dropped by. Pictures to come later.
Have a lovely day, friends!
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Why, look at this! The Yardley girls all found a quaint little duck park. With real, live ducks! And geese! And whatever the heck these mutant duck-things are!
We played. We pranced. I took a few picture with my phone. Blurry ones. Why are they so blurry, you ask?
Because the mutant duck-things swarmed us. And we ran. See Itty Bit running toward me in that last picture? That was seconds before she tried to climb my body like a tree. The Middlest did the same thing. Imagine me pelting down the sidewalk, in heels, holding two screaming girls while these weird, flesh-eating duck hybrids honked and waddled after us on their surprisingly swift Feather-Feet.