An April Fool… in Love?

Troll e book launch today — only at Amazon! Here’s a sneak peek at just one of my many illustrations for For Whom the Bell Trolls, the world’s first and only charity anTROLLogy for grown-ups, edited by John L. Monk and me: A Fool for Love. For me, this book has been a year-and-a-half long labor of love, after all. Of course, when you are a troll in love, “clubbing” takes on a whole new meaning…

Romance riotI hope you will buy the book today, if you can; since all profits will be donated by the publisher to Equality Now, the higher we can get the book in the Amazon rankings the more visibility — and therefore the greater income for the charity! Here’s my pitch for this unique book of funny, thrilling, mysterious, moving and sometimes naughty stories. (We mean it; this book is for adults who never quite grew up, not for kids who hope to do so!) In addition to stories donated by 22 authors from all over the world, you will find my first published illustrations… and even feisty troll haiku and an Easter egg hunt! So please share. And have a wonderful April Fool’s Day.

troll ad for back of books larger text See it on Amazon.com or Amazon UK !

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8 responses

  1. Reblogged this on Victoria Leybourne: The Opposite of Popular and commented:
    Available today in Kindle format! We hope you like it.

  2. Reblogged this on John L. Monk and commented:
    I’m re-blogging this because I couldn’t do a better job than Lindy in letting the world know that our troll anthology is FINALLY AVAILABLE! This is simply the nicest, coolest, funnest, neatest, est-est anthology I’ve ever been involved with. I hope you buy it and review it.

  3. I bought my copy! =)

  4. […] this is an anthology or rather an antrollogy about trolls, mostly of the mythological kind. Here, editor and illustrator Lindy Moone talks about the project, while fellow contributor Victoria Leybourne talks a bit about her story […]

  5. […] this is an anthology or rather an antrollogy about trolls, mostly of the mythological kind. Here, editor and illustrator Lindy Moone talks about the project, while fellow contributor Victoria Leybourne talks a bit about her story […]

  6. I’m in love with Fergus Underbridge and several other trolls, and I wonder if it’s possible to buy glossy prints of the illustrations! Next project?

  7. Aww, thank you Carol. Let me think about the glossy prints, maybe talk to the publisher about how to do that (since they are affliated with a graphics design firm)! Right now I’m just trying to get the other formats (paperback and epub-based ebooks) ready.

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