Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Stoned in Charm City - On Sale in a Bundle

If you’ve been on the fence about Stoned in Charm City, why don’t you try it as part of a bundle? It’s available with all the other authors listed below. For a minimum of $2.99, you get them all.

(Click the image to get to the sale)

Bump in the Night

Pockets of Darkness – USA Today Bestseller Jean Rabe

Scattered, Smothered, & Chunked – John G. Hartness

Stoned in Charm City – Kelly A. Harmon (Me!)

Rescue from Planet Pleasure – Mario Acevedo

Trifles & Folly – Gail Z. Martin

Fright Court – USA Today Bestseller Mindy Klasky

Heaven Painted as a Poker Chip – USA Today Bestseller Dean Wesley Smith

Chemical Burn – Quincy J. Allen

Southern Bound – Stuart Jaffe

Pay a minimum of $2.99 USD and receive all 9 ebooks. This option is also available at Kobo, Amazon, iBooks, and Barnes & Noble.

Friday, September 7th, 2012

Writing Prompt – Money Saving Coupons

Coupon for a Fictitious Store:  The Time Store, which sells days off.September is National Coupon Month.

If you could make your own coupon, what would it be for?


I want more days in the week. I feel like I never have enough time to do all the things I want to do.

I’d like, perhaps, two extra days per weekend. I’d hit the Time Store during their “50% off Every Day” sale and buy a few extra days for each week for the rest of the year.

(Maybe I’d get all those things on my ‘Too Much To Do List’ done.)


Basic “Mix and Match” Components of a Coupon

  • The name of the product that is on sale.
  • The location of the sale.
  • The amount of the sale, either in a percentage or “cents off.”
  • An expiration date.
  • A bar code.
  • A graphic or clip art.
  • The “Fine Print:” The conditions of the sale, where it’s void, how many products can be purchased with the coupon, etc.

What about you?

Here’s Your Prompt:

  • Make a coupon for something you’d like more than anything. Be creative: whip out the crayons or a graphics program on your computer and get to work. Make it look genuine. (See if you can fool your friends!)
  • If you don’t feel like your art skills are up to par, write the sale out in narrative.
  • Once you’ve set up the conditions of your coupon: write an essay or journal/diary entry about why you desire such a coupon and how you would use the item if you were able to use the coupon.
  • Write a story about someone who finds a fantastic coupon (in the newspaper, at the library coupon exchange, in his mailbox, etc.) and what happens when he redeems it.

Good Luck!


The hourglass graphic in the image I made for this blog post came from

Sunday, December 5th, 2010

Holiday Sale! 25% Off Blood Soup plus a Freebie

Sale CouponHere’s a coupon!

If you purchase an electronic copy of Blood Soup from my publisher, you can save 25%.

Use coupon code 19BloodSoup#72 in the shopping cart.

Here’s the link.

I’ll sweeten the deal: if you purchase a copy of Blood Soup, I’ll email you an electronic copy The Dragon’s Clause. Just send me a copy of the receipt.

(I’ll honor this for folks who’ve bought Blood Soup any time this year.)

Happy Holidays!