Sunday, July 13, 2014

Blind Stitches! Now Available! — And an Interview!

I’m a little ahead of schedule—Blind Stitches is now up and running!

Not only that, but I have the pleasure of answering a few questions for one of my readers, Ariffa Bevin, about Blind Stitches, Portrait of a Girl Running and Portrait of a Protégé, and also my writing process—even some bits of information that I’ve never shared on this bog. Go have a look!

Ariffa read my two Portrait novels recently and contacted me. One of the best perks of writing and publishing is finding out that a complete stranger has read your work and enjoyed it enough to send off an email. Come to find out, Ariffa has also recently published a novel, Kingdom of the Sun.

Ariffa’s novel, to quote her, “… reflects the desire that most of us have to make a change, whether it be in the world or in our own lives, and how we may lack the strength or the courage to do it. The novella highlights the significance of what it truly means to be educated as well as the power that one possesses when they are.” Sounds like my kind of story! I’m looking forward to reading it now that I have Blind Stitches up and out. 

Oh, and here’s where you can find Blind Stitches:
·         Amazon paperback
·         Kindle
·         iTunes
·         Smashwords

It will soon be available through Barns & Noble (paperback and Nook), Kobo, Indiebound, and loads of other online ebook retailers!

If you do read Blind Stitches and care to leave a review on Goodreads or Amazon, or anywhere else, that would be grand!


  1. Congratulations, Bridget! This is a tremendous milestone and I hope you enjoy striding past it. Try to take some time to savor & celebrate--at least an afternoon!

    1. I've been celebrating incrementally, Anesa! Tomorrow I leave for a mini vacation--that's when I will finally relax and try not to obsess over publishing (and numbers and reviews and...). I hope you've been taking at least an afternoon to celebrate OUR ORBIT!

  2. Can't wait to read this one! I adore the covers on both the books. :)

    1. I hope you enjoy it, Michelle--it's kind of dark and whimsical at the same time!