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As I mulled over my short fiction, I found seven wildly different stories with one thing in common–a heroine totally unlike me. I’m the girl next door. I have no idea where these strange ladies came from.

In The Oniomancer (Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine), a Chinese-American punk bicycle messenger finds an artifact on the street. In Guardian (Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine), an African-American gallerist resorts to voodoo to confront a criminal. In Felicitas (Desire Burn: Women Writing from the Dark Side of Passion [Carroll and Graf]), an illegal Mexican immigrant faces life as a cat shapeshifter. In Stripper (Unique Magazine), an exotic dancer battles the Mob. In Triad (Universe 2 [Bantam]), Dana Anad lives half the time as a woman, half as a man, and falls in love with a very strange lady. In Destination (Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction), a driver takes three strangers from a ride board on a cross-country trip as the radio reports that a serial killer is on the loose. In Transformation and the Postmodern Identity Crisis (Fantastic Alice [Ace]), Alice considers life after Wonderland.

Strange Ladies: 7 Stories is on Nook, US Kindle, Canada Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, Apple, Kobo, and Sony.

Five stars on Facebook and Amazon! “Great work, Lisa Mason!”

From Goodreads: “Hilarious, provocative, profound.”

From the author of Celestial Girl, The Omnibus Edition (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) on Nook, US Kindle, Canada Kindle, UK Kindle, Smashwords, Apple, Kobo, and Sony; The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series, on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, UK Kindle, Apple. Kobo, and Sony; Summer of Love, A Time Travel (a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, UK Kindle, Apple, Kobo, and Sony; and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel (a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, Apple, Kobo, and Sony.

Visit me at Lisa Mason’s Official Website for books, ebooks, stories, and screenplays, forthcoming projects and more, on Lisa Mason’s Official Blog, on my Facebook Author Page, on my Facebook Profile Page, on Goodreads, on LinkedIn, on Twitter at @lisaSmason, on Amazon, and at Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

If you enjoy a title, please stop by the site where you bought the book and “Like” it, add stars, write a review, Tweet it, blog it, post it, and share the word with your family and friends.

Your participation really matters.

Thank you for your readership!

It’s good to take a moment and reflect on what a great nation we live in. You only have to study history or other nations in the world right now to appreciate the unprecedented freedom we enjoy in the USA today. We each have a huge responsibility to uphold that freedom and ensure our founding principles continue untrampled. Yes, our country has its share of problems—what country or time period or human being doesn’t?—but with good will and good conscience we can and will work things out.

In the next couple of days, I’ll be posting my updated Virtual Bookstore. Only three years ago, I started out with one title—Summer of Love—and a total lack of expertise on how to build ebooks.

As of today, I’ve got twenty-five, beautifully formatted titles—twenty-five!—on each of eight retailers: Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, Apple iTunes, Kobo, Sony, Libraries, and Diesel. The titles are also (in English) on each of Amazon’s nine domestic and foreign sites: the US, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Brazil, India, and Japan.

The updated Virtual Bookstore will list US Kindle, Canada Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords (which covers all those other devices). I’m hoping to include Apple iTunes, Kobo, and Sony, but if we can’t get them up this go round, we’ll get them up for another posting later this month.

The main thing is, we’ve got you covered!

As for the foreign Amazon links, we haven’t decided whether to clutter things up with another seven links that most people reading this probably won’t use. But we’ll see.

I’ve got two interviews coming up and three major new projects in the works, as well as two big backlist projects. The second half of 2013 will be as busy as the first!

Because of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the core principle of free speech in this great nation, I as an author have the right to express any point of view I want to.

No, I never engage in hate speech or defame anyone.

But neither am I required to say one thing rather than another. You only have to study history or other nations of the world right now to fully realize just what a precious right that is. People in the past, people in other countries today were and are persecuted, imprisoned, or killed for expressing their thoughts and opinions.

Let us never take that right for granted.

I’ve often said here and elsewhere, my writerly obsessions are self-empowerment, especially of women, personal freedom, and justice.

Yes, I write fiction and yes, I write science fiction, fantasy, romance, and suspense.

Especially today, I think readers understand that beneath the gloss of entertainment, there is a serious underpinning of thought. After Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, George Orwell’s 1984, even Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games, readers may look to fiction, even genre fiction, for provocative ideas.

I invite you to sample some of mine.

So there you have it, my friends. As Patrick Henry said over two hundred years ago, “I may not agree with what you’re saying, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”

Stay tuned! The new Virtual Bookstore is coming!

New! After two days, flying off the shelf! Strange Ladies: 7 Stories is on Nook, US Kindle, Canada Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords (all other readers including Kobo, Sony, and Apple). Short fantasy and science fiction by Lisa Mason published in magazines and anthologies worldwide.

From the author of Celestial Girl, The Omnibus Edition (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) on Nook, US Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series, on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, Summer of Love, A Time Travel (a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel (a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle.

Visit me at Lisa Mason’s Official Website for books, ebooks, stories, and screenplays, forthcoming projects and more, on my Facebook Author Page, on Amazon, on my Facebook Profile Page, on Goodreads, on LinkedIn, on Twitter at @lisaSmason, at Smashwords, and at Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

If you enjoy a work, please “Like” it, add a bunch of stars, write a review on the site where you acquired it, blog it, Tweet it, post it, and share the word with your friends.

Your participation really matters.

Thank you for your readership!

Here are the links to our five Time Travel Blogs. Enjoy!

Join Laura and me for Part 1 of the Time Travel Blogs discussing the books that inspired us to write time travel and gaining perspective about your own time by looking at another era.

http://lisamasontheauthor.com/2013/06/22/lisa-mason-talks-time-travel-with-laura-vosika-part-1-sfwapro/

Join Laura and me for Part 2 of the Time Travel Blogs about time travel as social commentary, how daily life has changed over time, and how women from other eras compare to modern women.

http://lisamasontheauthor.com/2013/06/22/laura-vosika-talks-time-travel-with-lisa-mason-part-2-sfwapro/

Join Laura and me for Part 3 about how our characters time travel, time machines, and thin spots.

http://lisamasontheauthor.com/2013/06/23/lisa-mason-talks-time-travel-with-laura-vosika-part-3-sfwapro/

Join Laura and me for Part 4 about the rules of time travel, whether our characters are aware of how going to the past works (Laura’s don’t, mine do only too well), and the dangers of time travel.

http://lisamasontheauthor.com/2013/06/25/laura-vosika-talks-time-travel-with-lisa-mason-part-4-sfwapro/

Join Laura and me for Part 5, the final installment of the Time Travel Blogs, discussing the research we each did and the joys of the telling detail.

http://lisamasontheauthor.com/2013/06/26/lisa-mason-talks-time-travel-with-laura-vosika-part-5-sfwapro/

New! Strange Ladies: 7 Stories is on Nook, US Kindle, Canada Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords (all other readers including Kobo, Sony, and Apple). Short fantasy and science fiction by Lisa Mason published in magazines and anthologies worldwide.

From the author of Celestial Girl, The Omnibus Edition (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) on Nook, US Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series, on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, Summer of Love, A Time Travel (a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel (a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle.

Visit me at Lisa Mason’s Official Website for books, ebooks, stories, and screenplays, forthcoming projects and more, on my Facebook Author Page, on Amazon, on my Facebook Profile Page, on Goodreads, on LinkedIn, on Twitter at @lisaSmason, at Smashwords, and at Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

If you enjoy a work, please “Like” it, add a bunch of stars, write a review on the site where you acquired it, blog it, Tweet it, post it, and share the word with your friends.

Your participation really matters.

Thank you for your readership!

 

Welcome! We’ve asked authors Lisa Mason and Laura Vosika to talk with us about their time travel books.

Lisa Mason is the author of Summer of Love, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords. Summer of Love was a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book. Locus Magazine said, “Remarkable. . .the intellect on display within these psychedelically packaged pages is clear-sighted, witty, and wise.” The Gilded Age was a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book. The New York Times Book Review called The Gilded Age, “A winning mixture of intelligence and passion.”

Summer of Love is also serialized in seven affordable parts. Start with Summer of Love, Serial 1: Celebration of the Summer Solstice on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

Visit Lisa on the web at Lisa Mason’s Official Website or  Lisa Mason’s Blog.

Laura Vosika is the author of Blue Bells of Scotland, on Kindle, Nook, itunes, and at Smashwords, lauded as a book in the vein of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, and earning many five-star reviews. Nan Hawthorne, author of historical fiction, called Blue Bells of Scotland one of her favorite books of the year. The praise was echoed by Robert Mattos of Book and Movie Reviews, adding that it is a must-have for the book shelves of any serious reader. The Minstrel Boy, Book Two in The Blue Bells Chronicles, is also out.

Visit Laura on the web at www.bluebellstrilogy.com or  www.facebook.com/laura.vosika.author

Q: Do your time travelers have to observe certain rules of time travel or do they get into trouble?

Lisa: Of course they get into trouble! And there are sanctions and restrictions my time travelers must observe, starting with the classic “grandfather paradox;” if you traveled back in time and killed your own grandfather, you wouldn’t exist in the first place to go do the deed. Then there’s the “butterfly principle,” in which a time traveler goes back to a primordial jungle and accidentally kills a butterfly, changing all of reality.

Both Summer of Love and The Gilded Age begin with stringent “Tenets of the Grandmother Principle,” supervised by the Luxon Institute for Superluminal Applications, a far-future bureaucracy. Please go to the books to see what they are.

Like many authors before me, I played with these concepts and their ramifications, adding quantum physics into the mix. Under the Uncertainty Principle, the observer changes the observed, proven in the famous experiment in which a photon appears as a wave or a particle depending on how the experimenter sets up her observational apparatus.

I wanted to add another favorite trope of science fiction authors—that a sweeping and seemingly beneficial technology can go terribly wrong. Consider the automobile, a technology which has given us freedom and mobility unprecedented in pre-car history, reliable distribution and delivery of goods, and a lot of enjoyment. Cars have also blighted the landscape, caused us to be dependent on foreign oil, caused pollution, injury, and death, and alienated people. I explored the notion that the far-future technology of “tachyportation,” which could be employed to colonize planets and right historical wrongs, had sweeping unintended consequences.

Laura: Throughout Blue Bells of Scotland, Shawn and Niall have no idea what they’re dealing with. Niall, being from 1314, has no concept of Grandfather Concepts or of changing history. He gets Amy to help him research what happened to his people at Bannockburn–in her world, the history says they all died–and he doesn’t care much about changing her present or anyone’s future. He cares only about saving the people he loves.

Shawn, for his part, spends his first few days in medieval Scotland in a wilderness that looks much like parts of present-day Scotland. He is not aware of just how badly off track his life has gone, and even if he had been, he cares only about his own pleasure. Once he does understand that he’s not in his own time, his only motivation is survival and getting back where–make that when–he belongs, to safety.

In The Minstrel Boy, these ideas are delved into a little more, but my characters are dealing with something unheard of, something nobody else knows about, and something of which they have very little understanding. There’s no machine, no control, no bureaucracy, no answers to any of their questions. Their motivation continues to be mainly survival and setting their own lives right.

Thanks to Lisa Mason and Laura Vosika for a lively and thought-provoking discussion. If you, the reader, wish to join the discussion or have any questions or comments for our authors, feel free to contact them at their websites.

And please buy their books! Like them, review them, add stars, blog them, post them, Tweet them, and share the word with your friends. Your participation really matters.

We thank you for your readership!

Summer of Love, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, by Lisa Mason. Summer of Love is also serialized in seven affordable parts. Start with Summer of Love, Serial 1: Celebration of the Summer Solstice on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

Visit Lisa on the web at Lisa Mason’s Official Website or  Lisa Mason’s Blog.

Blue Bells of Scotland, on Kindle, Nook, itunes, and at Smashwords, and The Minstrel Boy, Book Two in The Blue Bells Chronicles, by Laura Vosika.

Visit Laura on the web at www.bluebellstrilogy.com or  www.facebook.com/laura.vosika.author

Welcome! We’ve asked authors Lisa Mason and Laura Vosika to talk with us about their time travel books.

Lisa Mason is the author of Summer of Love, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords. Summer of Love was a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book. Locus Magazine said, “Remarkable. . .the intellect on display within these psychedelically packaged pages is clear-sighted, witty, and wise.” The Gilded Age was a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book. The New York Times Book Review called The Gilded Age, “A winning mixture of intelligence and passion.”

Summer of Love is also serialized in seven affordable parts. Start with Summer of Love, Serial 1: Celebration of the Summer Solstice on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

Visit Lisa on the web at Lisa Mason’s Official Website or  Lisa Mason’s Blog.

Laura Vosika is the author of Blue Bells of Scotland, on Kindle, Nook, itunes, and at Smashwords, lauded as a book in the vein of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, and earning many five-star reviews. Nan Hawthorne, author of historical fiction, called Blue Bells of Scotland one of her favorite books of the year. The praise was echoed by Robert Mattos of Book and Movie Reviews, adding that it is a must-have for the book shelves of any serious reader. The Minstrel Boy, Book Two in The Blue Bells Chronicles, is also out.

Visit Laura on the web at www.bluebellstrilogy.com or  www.facebook.com/laura.vosika.author

Q: Do you employ time travel as social commentary or as a way to point out how daily life has changed?

Lisa: Not all time travel authors write about social commentary, but a lot have and I’m one of them. What struck me about 1895 and 1967 were the pervasive sexist and racist attitudes, which Chiron and Zhu each rail against. My time travelers also take aim at the huge effects of the consumption of resources, pollution, and overpopulation.

Each year in the past I chose was a true time marker. 1895 was a pivotal year for the woman suffrage movement, movements to recognize racial minorities and to protest cruelty to animals, advances in medicine, like the germ theory and antiseptics, and technology, like the telephone, telegraph, horseless carriages, and moving pictures. 1967 was the birthplace of the women’s rights movement as we know it today, the equality of racial minorities, the gay movement, the space race, and the first computers. Both my time travelers stand as witnesses to those historic moments and add their encouragement.

It is one of the delights of time travel fiction to point out how daily life has changed. Yet in both Summer of Love and The Gilded Age, my time travelers eventually have to admit that those retrograde attitudes resurface even in their enlightened future and those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it. Both come to realize that, despite the wonders of far-future technology, in many ways the quality of their lives is poorer than in simpler, more natural times.

I should add there’s also plenty of fun and romance in both books.

Laura: I definitely focus on social commentary and daily life. In Blue Bells of Scotland, Shawn starts out as real womanizing, self-centered player. In medieval Scotland, where he is mistaken for Niall, he finds that what he considers having a little fun, what he considers fairly normal, is heavily frowned on by fathers and sometimes by the women themselves. Coming from an age where we express our displeasure with words and lawsuits, he is shocked to find that people have no hesitation about physically harming him. And they don’t ask questions afterward, either.

One idea The Blue Bells Chronicles touches on is that of respect for women and women’s strength, as Shawn sees the contrasts between the lives of medieval women who appear very sheltered and protected in many ways, but must be very strong to get through a hard life full of work, famine, war, and disease; and the modern women he knows who are in many ways more independent, but suffer from their own problems and societal pressures.

Thanks to Lisa Mason and Laura Vosika for a lively and thought-provoking discussion. If you, the reader, wish to join the discussion or have any questions or comments for our authors, feel free to contact them at their websites.

And please buy their books! Like them, review them, add stars, blog them, post them, Tweet them, and tell your friends. Your participation really matters.

We thank you for your readership!

Summer of Love, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel, on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords, by Lisa Mason. Summer of Love is also serialized in seven affordable parts. Start with Summer of Love, Serial 1: Celebration of the Summer Solstice on Nook, Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

Visit Lisa on the web at Lisa Mason’s Official Website or  Lisa Mason’s Blog.

Blue Bells of Scotland, on Kindle, Nook, itunes, and at Smashwords, and The Minstrel Boy, Book Two in The Blue Bells Chronicles, by Laura Vosika.

Visit Laura on the web at www.bluebellstrilogy.com or  www.facebook.com/laura.vosika.author

Lily is not quite a typical woman in Toledo, Ohio, 1896. She may be repressed and dependent on her husband, but she supports the vote for women and has a mind of her own. When Johnny Pentland is found dead at a notorious brothel, Lily discovers her husband is not the man she thought he was.

Pursued by Pentland’s enemies, Lily embarks on a journey that will take her across the country to San Francisco and across the ocean to Imperial China as she unravels a web of murder and corruption reaching from the opium dens of Chinatown to the mansions of Nob Hill.

Her journey becomes one of the heart when she crosses paths with Jackson Tremaine, a debonair, worldly-wise physician. Lily and Jackson begin a conflicted, passionate relationship as they encounter the mysterious Celestial Girl and her dangerous entourage.

Celestial Girl, Book 1: The Heartland (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) is on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle! Lily flees Toledo on the Overland train. She must share a seat with Jackson Tremaine and befriends the Celestial Girl, the daughter of a Chinese dignitary. But appearances are not what they seem.

New! Celestial Girl, Book 2: Jewel of the Golden West (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) is on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle! Lily and Jackson arrive in San Francisco and discover the murder of an immigration official connected with the Celestial Girl. She and Jackson are compelled into a dangerous murder investigation. As they begin a passionate affair, a contract for murder is taken out on Lily’s life.

New! Celestial Girl, Book 3: The Celestial Kingdom (A Lily Modjeska Mystery). Lily and Tremaine journey to Imperial China, confronting soldiers of the Boxer Revolution and brutal slavers. Lily discovers secrets vital to the identity of the Celestial Girl. On Nook, US Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

Includes Celestial Girl, Book 4: Terminus (A Lily Modjeska Mystery). Lily and Jackson return to San Francisco and solve the tragic mystery of the Celestial Girl. . On Nook, US Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

New! Celestial Girl, The Omnibus Edition (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) includes all four books. On NookUS Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords!

Of The Gilded Age, the New York Times Book Review said, “A winning mixture of intelligence and passion.”

From the author of The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series, on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, Summer of Love, A Time Travel (a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel (a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle.

If you enjoy a title, please “Like” it, add stars, write a review, blog it, Tweet it, post it, and spread the word to your friends. Your participation really matters.

Thank you for your readership!

Visit me at Lisa Mason’s Official Website for books, ebooks, stories, and screenplays, forthcoming projects and more, on my Facebook Author Page, on Amazon, on my Facebook Profile Page, on Goodreads, on LinkedIn, on Twitter at @lisaSmason, at Smashwords, and at Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

More affordable titles for your reading enjoyment:

Thriller! Don’t miss SHAKEN, my sexy thriller, an ebook adaptation of “Deus Ex Machina” published in Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, republished in Transcendental Tales (Donning Press), and translated and republished worldwide. SHAKEN is on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords and UK Kindle.

Literary science fiction! And don’t miss TOMORROW’S CHILD, The Story That Sold To The Movies. This began as a medical documentary, got published in Omni Magazine as a lead story, and finally sold to Universal Pictures, where the project is now in development. My 30-day blog, The Story Behind the Story That Sold To The Movies, sets out the twists and turns the project took from inspiration to movie deal. On Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle.

Thank you for your readership!

Lily is not quite a typical woman in Toledo, Ohio, 1896. She may be repressed and dependent on her husband, but she supports the vote for women and has a mind of her own. When Johnny Pentland is found dead at a notorious brothel, Lily discovers her husband is not the man she thought he was.

Pursued by Pentland’s enemies, Lily embarks on a journey that will take her across the country to San Francisco and across the ocean to Imperial China as she unravels a web of murder and corruption reaching from the opium dens of Chinatown to the mansions of Nob Hill.

Her journey becomes one of the heart when she crosses paths with Jackson Tremaine, a debonair, worldly-wise physician. Lily and Jackson begin a conflicted, passionate relationship as they encounter the mysterious Celestial Girl and her dangerous entourage.

Celestial Girl, Book 1: The Heartland (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) is on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle! Lily flees Toledo on the Overland train. She must share a seat with Jackson Tremaine and befriends the Celestial Girl, the daughter of a Chinese dignitary. But appearances are not what they seem.

New! Celestial Girl, Book 2: Jewel of the Golden West (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) is on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle! Lily and Jackson arrive in San Francisco and discover the murder of an immigration official connected with the Celestial Girl. She and Jackson are compelled into a dangerous murder investigation. As they begin a passionate affair, a contract for murder is taken out on Lily’s life.

New! Celestial Girl, Book 3: The Celestial Kingdom (A Lily Modjeska Mystery). Lily and Tremaine journey to Imperial China, confronting soldiers of the Boxer Revolution and brutal slavers. Lily discovers secrets vital to the identity of the Celestial Girl. On Nook, US Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

Includes Celestial Girl, Book 4: Terminus (A Lily Modjeska Mystery). Lily and Jackson return to San Francisco and solve the tragic mystery of the Celestial Girl. . On Nook, US Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords.

New! Celestial Girl, The Omnibus Edition (A Lily Modjeska Mystery) includes all four books. On Nook , US Kindle, UK Kindle, and Smashwords!

Of The Gilded Age, the New York Times Book Review said, “A winning mixture of intelligence and passion.”

From the author of The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series, on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, Summer of Love, A Time Travel (a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle, and The Gilded Age, A Time Travel (a New York Times Notable Book and New York Public Library Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle.

If you enjoy a title, please “Like” it, add stars, write a review, blog it, Tweet it, and spread the word to your friends. Your participation really matters.

Thank you for your readership!

Visit me at Lisa Mason’s Official Website for books, ebooks, stories, and screenplays, forthcoming projects and more, on my Facebook Author Page, on Amazon, on my Facebook Profile Page, on Goodreads, on LinkedIn, on Twitter at @lisaSmason, at Smashwords, and at Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

If you enjoy a title, please “Like” it, add stars, write a review, blog it, Tweet it, and spread the word to your friends. Your participation really matters.

More affordable titles for your reading enjoyment:

Thriller! Don’t miss SHAKEN, my sexy thriller, an ebook adaptation of “Deus Ex Machina” published in Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, republished in Transcendental Tales (Donning Press), and translated and republished worldwide. SHAKEN is on Nook, Kindle, Smashwords and UK Kindle.

Literary science fiction! And don’t miss TOMORROW’S CHILD, The Story That Sold To The Movies. This began as a medical documentary, got published in Omni Magazine as a lead story, and finally sold to Universal Pictures, where the project is now in development. My 30-day blog, The Story Behind the Story That Sold To The Movies, sets out the twists and turns the project took from inspiration to movie deal. On Nook, Kindle, Smashwords, and UK Kindle.

Thank you for your readership!

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