Happy Valentines day everyone! I’m proud to announce that my scifi romance novella Rocket Romance is available for pre-order today on Amazon

I have a goal that I’m trying to achieve with my novella. I want to break into the top 100 ranking of the romance science fiction sub category on Amazon.

My book only cost $1.00 even if you cant buy it sharing this post will be a big help! Thank you!

anonymous asked:

hey, i have a quick question for you! how/where did you get you wax seals? ive been looking to get one here for a while now but i cant find a good place to buy the stamp... any recommendations? thanks! (feel free to ignore this if you feel its too proprietary for you to answer btw! ^•^)

I wouldn’t recommend the place where I had mine made tbh, the handle broke pretty much immediately so I was just using the brass seal. there are a lot of companies that will make a custom seal though. I like looking at ebay for antique seals sometimes… they are usually way too expensive for me to justify buying though. I think I got my little mushroom seal on amazon

I buy my wax from , it’s handmade here in the US. they also sell seals 

oh look you can seal your letters with a velociraptor pulling a carriage 


A masterpost of YA books (and a few crossover MG titles) to be released in April 2015. Check out this month’s new releases below. Feel free to use this as a guide to this month’s releases, but please do not repost it in its entirety elsewhere. If you found this masterpost helpful, a like, reblog, or link back to Paperback’d would be much appreciated! If you know of a YA book to be released this month that isn’t on the list, drop me a message and I’ll update it!

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