One Turn of The Wheel

I have some really exciting news that I want to share with you all today.  My first little book, One Turn of The Wheel, has just been published by Three Drops Press.

Isn’t the cover beautiful…

Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn – so the wheel turns. 
As they journey through the seasons, readers of all ages are invited to meet nature deities, a bewildered changeling, loving families who stick together, so-called friends who cannot be trusted, goblins, wizards, vengeful witches, helpful witches, and many others besides. Right at home in the long folk and fairy tale tradition, these are stories for enjoying year after year, and in all weathers.

You can learn more about One Turn of The Wheel, by following this link to the publisher’s website, where you can also read one of the stories from the collection, The Goblin Dance.  (If perchance you do, please, please, please let me know what you think!)

I can’t thank Kate from Three Drops Press enough for all her hard work.  This has been such a fun and exciting experience.

I shall have to think how to celebrate – maybe with a book launch right here on the blog?  If you have any ideas, please let me know!

One Turn of The Wheel can be purchased through Lulu.

18 thoughts on “One Turn of The Wheel

  1. Hey Sammi, Namaste 😀

    I am bowled over for you! 😀 Absolutely delighted by this news, a long time coming, but worth the wait….the cover image is mind-blowing, I love it. If the quality of that image is representative of the content then it should be a truly bewildering read as befits the central theme of the book, enchantment..

    Wonderful news indeed, I’m beaming for you 😉 You must be very proud, and rightly so. Indeed celebrate it in style here and don’t forget to bake a cake! 🙂 Brilliant, thank you so much for letting us all know! I’ll think on ideas but I’m certain your creative mind will ciome up with something unique by way of celebration.

    Hoping your weekend is brimfull with magic 🙂 Take care.

    Love and Peace. Namaste 🙂

    DN

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    • Thanks so much, Dewin. I fell in love with the cover as soon as I saw it – it captures the essence of the collection perfectly 🙂 It wouldn’t be a celebration without cake! I shall have to think of a suitable one – perhaps one shaped like a wheel…? Hmm…we shall see… 🙂 Hope you’ve had a great week. Have a great weekend 🙂 Brightest Blessings

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  2. Congratulations, I’m so excited for you! I really enjoyed the sample story — your use of repetition gave it a very authentic fairy tale / oral tradition feel, and you made the magic seem exciting and scary. You’ve convinced me: I’m staying home locked up tight on goblin dance night!

    The book cover is amazing, wow. Did they pick it for you, or did you find it, or some combination?

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  3. Congratulations! I followed the link and read Goblin Dance. Up front I will say that goblins and witches is not my genre, not my preferred reading. And I enjoyed your piece for the poetry of it. Your repetition, imagery, and well crafted sentences made it an enjoyable, lyrical read. If they are all, as the cover states, “tiny tales”, perhaps people like me who claim to not read the genre will be more likely to. Because shucks, now I do know to be careful when goblins are about, so I am glad to have read this. It’s a good looking book too. Again, congratulations, and good luck.

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  4. Ah, Sammi, I’m so pleased for you! You’re one of the most active, hard working and determined writers I know, so to see you have this anthology out is absolutely delightful! Hope you don’t mind me reblogging, because Im off to share your news right now. Well done again 🙂

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  5. Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    It’s a dark and gloomsome time of year here in the UK. A time to sit by the fire and listen to the rain drumming in the roof, to watch the snow transform the familiar landscape into another world, somewhere almost anything could happen. It’s the kind of weather that turns your mind to dark spirits, to mischievous fairies … If you imagination is drifting that way, I have a Christmas gift idea for you. The wonderful Sammi Cox has just had her first anthology, One Turn of the Wheel published with Three Drops Press. Inside are ‘Tiny tales of myth, magic, folklore, and witchcraft’ – perfect for a winter’s evening read. Congratulations Sammi.

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