Finally! ‘The Throne’

The Throne (Bell Mountain, 9)

At last, the ninth book of my Bell Mountain series, The Throne, is on sale. There’s been some difficulty in preparing the e-book edition, but the paperback is out and you can order it straight from the publisher, at (click “Store,” then “Fiction”), or from, where they don’t yet have the picture, but that will probably come today.

Shout-outs to contest winners Savannah and Heidi: Savannah, I have your address, thanks so much for your patience, and I’ll ship your autographed copy to you ASAP (I’ve just received my author’s copies). Heidi, I need your address. Email it to me at .

I’ll have more to say about this letter. For now, I’ve got to hustle because I have another doctor’s appointment this morning. *sigh*

And thanks to all of you who kept at it last night and helped me get those 6,000 hits for February!

7 comments on “Finally! ‘The Throne’

  1. Hurray! Finally 🙂 This has certainly been much anticipated.

    And I pray your doctor’s visit will bring only a good report.

  2. Blessings on all of your efforts. Blessings at the doc’s with a good report.
    congrats to the new winners.

  3. Lee, you may be interested to know that at least two of your books in The Bell Mountain Series are quite valuable – at least to a few sellers on Amazon:.

    The Glass Bridge is listed at $1,471.48
    The Last Banquet is listed at $689.59

    In all seriousness, you may want to look into this. I’m not sure how it all works and I suppose sellers can list products they own at whatever price they wish, but I can’t imagine that this wouldn’t affect sales. It’s rather disturbing. I just typed your name into the search address bar on Amazon and your books all came up – most at normal prices, but these two . .

    1. Oh… fudge! We thought the problem was limited to The Cellar Beneath the Cellar, going to $2,900+. Ssss, gollum, gollum! Guess I’d better check ’em all. *Sigh*

  4. I’m looking forward to it. Currently, I’m nearing the end of the Last Banquet and, at this point, all but living and breathing the story. Next in the queue, I have a couple of non-fiction works I need to read, but then I’ll be back at it.

    I am always quite impressed be the pace of your books and the way that characters are introduced and made a part of the story. The only writing I’ve ever done relates to business matters (contracts, RFPs, etc) and/or some very light duty technical writing, which experience teaches me that writing well is never easy. I can’t even imagine how you do it.

    1. I think I’m going to have this comment framed. Rocky Bridges said there are three things that everybody in the world thinks he can do: manage a baseball team, run a hotel, and write a book. By and large, he was right. So what you’ve said makes for a refreshing change!

    2. May I add my complete agreement with Unknowable. And while I agree that anybody probably can write a book, it takes the skill of a master to write one that everyone wants to read. You, Lee, have accomplished that, while always leaving us with anticipation for the next one! 🙂

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