The last chapter of Oysters, Pearls and Magic is up and running.
Rakshya fed me nourishing soups, made with fish and herbs. How she managed to get fish remains a mystery. Occasionally, Dorje Dawa would come and massage my body with warm fragrant oils, murmuring words of healing as she did so, her fingers kneading all the knots of pain away.
… here ends Oysters, Pearls and Magic, both Books 1 and 2. Thank you for being readers and supporters of this web-based novella. Throughout January, I will post Bonus Tales. Hopefully, by the end of the year, Oysters, Pearls and Magic will emerge as a print book. Likewise, if you like the novella, do help me give it a signal boost. Perhaps, we can pitch it to publishers. Make it the first web novella to cross over to traditional print. It is pitched at the YA audience (but adults do enjoy reading the novella).
As a gift, I will offer you the whole Book. Free and web-based.
Added: If you are on Twitter, use #OPMya, #YALITCHAT and #weblit so that you can give the novella a boost. Spread the word!
EDIT: Oysters, Pearls and Magic is on available on Amazon Kindle