Thursday, October 18, 2007

It's official!

This week I received notice of my reversion of rights for A Year and a Day.
It is a double-edged sword as my current publishing situation is finished, but that means I can move onto other things. Sadly, my publisher ran into some major financial issues that turned into a 6 month struggle between them and us authors. But we have won the day and are free to take our publication rights back and move onto new venues. I have some great leads, so fret not, dear readers, I will be back before you know it!

For now, I am relieved and optimistic.
Books continue to be available on Amazon's marketplace and on a STEAL, too!
Also, I was also awarded custody of the remainder of the stock. So I have a few at my disposal. Let me know if you want a signed copy!

Thanks for everything! We'll meet again soon, I know it!
But keep an eye out here and on my website for all the latest developments.

Friday, October 05, 2007

For the record!

There is one more copy of A Year and a Day left on Amazon, but you can find both used and new copies easily on Amazon's Marketplace and eBay. Both covers are available, just be sure to search under "Sara M. Harvey" as there two other popular novels titled "A Year and a Day."

Also, the cottage is officially named The Cottage Caravansarai ( or The Cottage Caravansary, depending on your spelling preference!). It is still really not in any reasonable order, so pictures will have to wait just a little while longer.

...that is all.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Autumnal musings!

Things have been supremely busy!

I have been busting my chops working for my non-fiction publisher, Greenwood Publishing. I had to do an emergency fix in their 19th century chapter. I cranked out 51,000 words in 10 days. Yeeeaaaahhhhh....I now have the flabbiest butt in Nashville. But a good friend and yoga diva and I are working out a exercise routine.

I am also working on a fabulous sewing project for Catherynne M. Valente's novel Orphan's Tales. Pictures to follow, I promise!

And the biggest news of all...I am getting married! Matt proposed on August the 11th at Pi-Con and we are planning to tie the knot in September 2008!

And there are new shiny bits on my website, updates and excerpts! Go check it out!

And now to go enjoy the is finally not 100+ degrees. ^_^