Just coming up for air at the beginning of Week Eight of my first semester as a doctoral student. Haven't pulled late nighters like this since grad school days, but so far I'm only behind on about fifty pages of reading before the new assignments kick in tomorrow. One more major paper due in two weeks, and then I will be "free" for a few weeks until starting all over again in January.
This week I'll be discussing my latest paranormal activities on Debbie Chistiana's blog. Hint: East Meets West. Click on over for a chance to win free copies of Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft.
Here is the official press release for my latest publications. Publishing Syndicate is planning a book tour for authors featured in the debut book in the Not Your Mother's Book Series. I don't have details as yet, but will let you know where and when I will be reading and signing.
"A Catholic Schoolgirl's Primer" is an excerpt of my memoir Someday I'm Going to Write a Book: Diary of an Urban Missionary. It appears in Not Your Mother's Book: On Being a Woman, which was released on October 9 and already has five star reviews on Amazon. Not for the easily offended, this book will make you laugh out loud and is a great gift for like minded girlfriends--and guys who really want to understand the down and dirty details of what being a woman is all about.
For the less intrepid, a tribute to my dear Grandma Clo, who died on November 18, 1999, appears in A Quilt of Holidays, an anthology of sweet, inspirational stories. This one is work and family safe.
The press release below has links to my new fiction: urban fantasy stories set in the world of my novels, featured in the Ten Tales Series Anthologies edited by Rayne Hall.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Rayne, editor and teacher par excellence, for keeping all the Ten Tales writers writing. And Deborah Blake, whose wonderful books and classes help writers portray the essence of witchcraft in a respectful, accurate manner.
The nonfiction books make great gifts for family and friends (honestly) so if you'd like signed copes please contact me at caroleATcaroleannmoletiDOTcom for details.
Carole Ann Moleti is a nurse-midwife in New York City, thus explaining her fascination with paranormal and urban fantasy that infuses everything she writes. Her newest fiction is featured in Beltane: Ten Tales of Magic. Excerpts of Carole's memoir, Someday I'm Going to Write a Book: Diary of an Urban Missionary range from the sweet and inspirational in A Quilt of Holidays to the edgy and irreverent in Not Your Mother's Book: On Being a Woman.