Carol White is seventy-five years old. She’s just begun life in a new home – the beautiful assisted living complex of Vintage Hollow. She is delighted with the delicious food, friendly community, and fun travel options. But then came the bus trip to Vermont … * * * “The Bus Trip” is book one in Jane’s short story series set around the retirement community of Vintage Hollow. Each delightfully amusing story traces the adventures and mis-adventures of life in the golden years. Jane Nozzolillo is retired and volunteers with the Grafton Historical Society. In addition to this Vintage Hollow series, she has also written the book “The Little House – The Big Move of the Little Grafton Savings Bank” based on the true story of the building’s move to a new location. Author: Jane Nozzolillo Publication Date: October 11, 2017
New Release! Fantastic exploration of Culture from Ancient Rome to Greece to Germany to England and much more. Not that I’m biased, of course ;). Grab your copy today! Do you like reading about other cultures? Which is your favorite? https://www.amazon.com/World-Cultures-Analyzing-Pre-Industrial-Societies-ebook/dp/B01NBS8ZCI/
Free Ebook! Sit back and enjoy Christmas Eve with a free inspiring SciFi short story based on a true herbal puzzle! https://www.amazon.com/Chartreuse-Sci-Fi-Short-Story-Stories-ebook/dp/B00NCCF43G/
Just Released! Massachusetts Calling. 15 local authors share short stories, poetry, memoirs, histories, and more! All proceeds benefit local charities. Please spread the word! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQX8X2S/
Knowing Yourself – A Medieval Romance is now #23 in the entire Amazon Free store! Thank you all so much for your support! http://www.amazon.com/Knowing-Yourself-Medieval-Romance-Glastonbury-ebook/dp/B006JDEK0I/
Seeking beta-readers for my thirteenth medieval novel Seeing a Ghost! It is a standalone full story. Contact me if you’re interested! Last call before it goes live :).
Citizenchip, by Wil Howitt, is a wonderfully witty look into life of a newborn AI and how she learns to interact with the slow, clumsy humans around her. Citizenship follows the life of Sam, a young AI, who is assigned to help humans in a variety of ways. She’s a “teenager” of sorts – full of knowledge and not always sure how to apply it properly. Along the way Sam comes to care for these meat-creatures she’s tasked to take care of. But the world is changing, and soon Sam finds herself torn between the humans she’s fond of and the AI community which wants to live a life of freedom. The revolution has arrived – and Sam’s caught in the whirlwind. I love the dialogue in this book. It just shines. There are several scenes that make me laugh out loud. I also love the world that Wil has created. It feels authentic and fully developed. Well recommended.