“Bring me your night terrors. I will make them stand silent. Give me your fears and I will replace them with pure calm. I will gather your demons and slaughter them one by one. I will empty your heart of stress, anxiety and discord. I will fill it with love, peace and happiness.”
I have been busy getting books packaged up to send out to reviewers and contest winners. If you are lucky enough to be one of those, keep a watch on your mail box. Mr. William Porter does not like to be kept waiting.
Thank you for each one of you who have shown interest in my work. I am so thrilled to share my stories with you.
Like my Facebook page and comment on the giveaway post to be entered into a drawing for your choice!
A copy of Almost There or We Will Get There!
Drawing held on April 18th, winner announced and contacted through Facebook.
We had a wonderful time in Chipley, FL. We talked books and writing. The friends of the library were so much fun. They fed us well and bought books. Thank you to Renae Roundtree the director of the Washington County Library System, for inviting us.
P.S. The dino is Blue the Literary Velociraptor, learn more about him here.
New Book Series by Brendan and Lori O’Gara
Johan, Wandalor, Dar, Thalin and Gadlin, came from different backgrounds, thrown together by fate and these are their stories.
The Travelers’ Song (Necromancer’s Song Book One)
The Gathering of Five (Necromancer’s Song Book Two)
Serpent and the Six (Necromancer’s Song Book Three)
On April 1st it will be Easter and the famous Fool’s day. On April Fool’s day in Ireland, a common practical joke was to send someone to deliver a note by way of several people who kept him going on to someone new until the last person opened the note that read “send the fool further.” In many places, these ‘fool’s errands’ would be accompanied by a verse for the recipient which said “don’t you laugh, and don’t you smile, send the gowk another mile.” A gowk is a Celtic word for cuckoo, a gullible or naive person. It was also a day of celebration in honor of Lod, the Celtic God of humor. The people took delight in anticipating spring with fun, frivolity and foolishness – usually at the expense of their friends. There was also dancing and merry making of all sorts.
I can promise you that the note in the April newsletter is no joke however there will be some fun involved. In the next installment of The Inner Circle I will reveal some amazing things. I hope you have signed up so that you do not miss it.
We had a great day yesterday! Thank you to everyone who came out to the library in Pace Florida to see us.
We wish we could tell each and everyone of you in person who has purchased or read our books Thank you! We wish we could send you a thank you card or even hug you!
It means more to us than you know!
~ Lori and Brendan O’Gara