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The #AngelicBusiness series (@OlgaNM7) is available for pre-order. And a video (sort of)

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: I thought at first about doing an extra post to let you know I’ve managed the mammoth task of uploading the 6 books (3 in English and 3 in Spanish) or Angelic Business everywhere and then do a standard post, but some of my brain seemed to die…

I need help with my new #YA series. Anybody for a #blogtour post in June?

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: You know I’ve been pestering you all about my new YA series ‘Angelic Business’ and asking questions about marketing to try and put a plan together. OK, I’m not sure it’s a fully-fledged plan, but I’ve decided a few things.  As I’ve written already the three novels, I will…

Angelic Business. WIP, NaNoWriMo and angels.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you will have noticed, recently I’ve been talking to  you a bit (well, a lot) about my new novel. And I thought it was time to tell you a bit about my projects instead. A couple of years ago (give or take) I wrote the first in…

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