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The Official Lisa Mason Website has been updated and is up and running! There you will find corrected Barnes and Noble links, UK Amazon links, and new pages for:

Celestial Girl, A Lily Modjeska Mystery, Book 1: The Heartland, and Book 2: Jewel of the Golden West. (Book 3: The Celestial Kingdom should be up and running on Barnes and Noble and Amazon in four to six weeks.);

The Summer of Love Serials;

The Garden of Abracadabra Trilogy, The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series in three affordable installments;

–My chat about writing with author Ryan Schneider;

–and news of Forthcoming Titles.

All the wonderful book covers and descriptions, my Author’s Bio, Ruminations, adorable cat pictures, and more are there.

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

From the author of The Garden of Abracadabra, Volume 1 of the Abracadabra Series, on Nook, Kindle, and UK Kindle, Summer of Love, A Time Travel (a Philip K. Dick Award Finalist and San Francisco Chronicle Recommended Book) on Nook, Kindle, 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, and UK Kindle.

Thank you for your readership!

Every now and then Network Solutions, my website host for, changes everyone’s FTP password, doesn’t send a notice this has been done, and doesn’t have a menu where you can see the new password. So when you go to update your website, you can’t connect to the server and instead get a notice listing 10 different arcane things that could be the problem.

Don’t you hate it when some tech thing that worked perfectly fine before suddenly doesn’t?

It makes me CRA-ZEE.

Two customer service phone calls later, we finally nailed down problem, and I have now learned how to go to a page where you still can’t see the new password, but you can change it to a password of your choice. So I don’t have to freak out, curse violently, or punch my fist through a window the next time this happens. I can calmly take care of it myself.

I sure wish Network Solutions would send a notice when they roll in there and change my password “for security purposes.” They sure send me lots of emails pitching all the other stuff they’d like to sell me.

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