Reviews are greatly appreciated!

If you like Moonblood or any of my other stories, please leave a review online. Even one or two sentences can help future readers decide if it’s a book they’d also enjoy.

I appreciate your support!
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Audiobook of MOONBLOOD is here!!

From my wonderful narrator, Amanda Leigh Jerry:
“I made an audiobook! If you’re looking for a fun summer listen and you love immortal societies of women, rebelling against corrupt systems and/or listening to me tell stories, please check out my narration of Moonblood by T.W. Fendley! I can’t tell you how much it would mean to me to share it with you.”

Amazon | Audible 

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100+ sci/fi & fantasy books free to 9/15!

Summer’s not over yet!  
I’ve teamed up with more than 100 other bestselling authors to offer you an amazing selection of new books for free, including my young adult science fiction novel, Moonblood. CLICK HERE
Don’t delay! This offer ends Sept. 15.

Praise for Moonblood:
“A fantastic book from beginning to end, well worth the time reading.”
–M. Mackey, Amazon Review

“I really enjoyed this book a lot! It was very hard for me to put down. I definitely have not read any other book like this one and I’m impressed!”
–T. Marie, Amazon Review

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Moonblood “Recommended Read”

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New dystopian books free for limited time!

Searching for your next favorite story? Look no further!

I’ve teamed up with 18 other bestselling authors to offer you a selection of riveting new books for free, including my just-released young adult science fiction novel, Moonblood.

Don’t delay! This offer ends soon.

Check out the new dystopian titles here before July 21!

Praise for Moonblood:

“Fans of dystopian fiction looking for something refreshingly original and truly different in the society-building/destruction theme will find Moonblood a standout….”
–D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

“In a dystopian future mired in traditions whose origins have been lost, can one woman’s search for truth bring answers for her and for all of humanity? … Moonblood is an imaginative story with complex characters set in a future landscape that is all too easy to extrapolate from today’s world. It pulls you and will not let go.”
–Al Gritten, Goodreads review

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Audiobook in the works!

The very talented Amanda Leigh Jerry has agreed to narrate Moonblood! Expect to see it on the virtual shelves of your favorite audio store by mid-summer.

Meanwhile, check out Amanda’s music on Spotify and YouTube, and her storytelling for children on Amanda Reads Aloud.

Amanda Leigh Jerry is a multidisciplinary artist from Los Angeles. She has worked as an actor onstage and on film, and is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association. She has composed and performed music for projects ranging from film scoring to musical theatre to her own upcoming album.

She is a narrator of novels and children’s stories, and is currently writing and illustrating her first children’s book, The Quiz Wizard Visit.

Amanda lives with her partner Alex and their two cats Hades and Masago. She enjoys making art about empathy, spirituality, and living in the future.

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Moonblood review giveaways

Throughout the month of June, sign up on Library Thing’s Early Reviewers for a chance to get a free copy of Moonblood, my latest young adult science fiction novel.

If you are a reviewer on Net Galley, it’s also available there this month.

As always, reviews are greatly appreciated.

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Join the fun at ARCHON 43!

If you’re a fan or a writer of science fiction and fantasy, don’t miss ARCHON 43, the Midwest’s Premier Science Fiction and Fantasy event. This year’s theme is “A Celebration of the Imagination.” It will be held October 4-6 at the Gateway Convention Center and DoubleTree Hotel in Collinsville, IL.

This year I’ll be sharing Table 20 on Booksellers Row with Jennifer Lynn, author of the Bree MacLeod series–“Glimpse the world through the eyes of a modern-day shaman.”

See the complete Program here. We and other members of the St. Louis Writers Guild will make the following presentations:


Publish Your Book (Without Spending a Fortune!)
Steven M. Thomas (M)
Marquette B – Gateway Center 8:00 PM

Audiobooks for Authors on a Budget
It’s easier than you think to join publishing’s fastest growing segment! Learn how to find the perfect narrator/producer and ways to promote your audiobook.
Jennifer Lynn (M),T.W. Fendley,Debbie Manber Kupfer,Steven M. Thomas
Madison C & D – DoubleTree – Collinsville
10:00 AM

Jules Verne, A Writer’s Guide to Imagination and Exploration
Follow Jules Verne on his journeys. Poe and Dumas were his inspiration as to style, but the science, imagination, adventure, and camaraderie were all his!
Ronald R. Van Stockum Jr. (M)
St. Clair A & B – DoubleTree – Collinsville
10:00 AM

Writing Mental Illness
Characters reflect real life, and sometimes are metally ill. Writers discuss the challenges and benefits of creating mentally ill characters.
Cole Gibsen (M),M. R. Sellars,Christine Amsden,Thomas Stratman
Salon 2 – Gateway Center
12:00 PM

Escape from Archon – An Interactive Puzzle Panel
The Plutonians are furious. They have heard that upstart Earthlings have downgraded their planet and they want revenge. They have traveled to our world and have infiltrated this convention. However as they are microscopic they can only communicate through a series of puzzles. Help us solve these puzzles to escape this room and save mankind!
Debbie Manber Kupfer (M),Joey Kupfer
Madison C & D – DoubleTree – Collinsville
4:00 PM

Writing Speculative Fiction for Children -Picture Books to Young Adult
Not sure if you’re writing a middle-grade or young adult book? Learn how to write, pitch
and market stories for young readers.
Jennifer Lynn (M),Debbie Manber Kupfer,Jessica Mathews,T.W. Fendley
Marquette A – Gateway Center
6:00 PM

Writing Realistic Fight Scenes
Do your fight scene seem outlandish or fall flat? Come get tips on making your fights a knock-out!
Thomas Carpenter,Walt Boyes,Kasey Mackenzie (M),Cole Gibsen
Marquette B – Gateway Center
6:00 PM


When One Story Becomes Many
How to proceed when you realize your story is too involved for one book.
Cole Gibsen (M),Robin Wayne Bailey,Glen Cook,Thomas Carpenter
Salon 1 – Gateway Center 10:00 AM

Writing What You Don’t Know
Authors write about things they’ve never done all the time, whether it’s killing another person, working in zero gravity or something as “simple” as riding a horse. How much can you research and how much is built on reading other writers who may not have direct knowledge either?
Kristin Bailey,Ethan Nahté,Tracy Morris,Les Haven (M),Cole Gibsen
Salon 1 – Gateway Center 11:00 AM

Shamans, Druids and Wise Women-Writing the Mystic in Fiction
Discover European Mystical alternatives to the Native American medicine man, including an introduction to the concepts of mystics, Druids, Scyrs, and wise women.
Jennifer Lynn (M)
Marquette A – Gateway Center 2:00 PM

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See you at the Crossroads Metaphysical Fair!

Come celebrate Mother’s Day weekend at the Crossroads Metaphysical Fair, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., May 11-12, at the Holiday Inn SW – Route 66 (10709 Watson Rd., St. Louis). Join me, other metaphysical authors and vendors, including Sandy Schulz of Earth & Wheel Pottery.

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Join me May 8 at SLPA to discuss “Author Journey”

Join Brad R Cook, Cynthia A. Graham, Peter Green and me to explore our Author Journeys at the St. Lous Publishers Association 6:30 p.m., May 8, meeting at the Richmond Heights Community Center, 8001 Dale Ave. in Richmond Heights.

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