By Cameron Dokey - February 9, 2019
Q: What does it take to make Seattleites long for rain?
Welcome to 2019 and Seattle's coldest, snowiest February in thirty years. While the parts of the country accustomed to snowy conditions laugh and point, we hunker down. And some of us finally make time to tackle the to-do list of unfinished projects.
Such as getting this website back up and running.
Now that this has happened, there will be some changes coming along. New content to add, maybe a new look, but for now, please click on over to the contact tab and follow the link to my publisher, Simon and Schuster's, website. There, you'll find current information about my titles and how to have them for your very own. You'll also find a link to contact me, if you'd like to be in touch.
Here's hoping the new year brings us all many wonderful new adventures, in reading and in life.
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By Cameron Dokey - March 6, 2013On Saturday, March 2nd, I had the very great pleasure of signing copies of KISSED at Magnolia's Bookstore. I think I've signed my books at the store since I first began to write. The staff have been incredibly loyal over the years, but they're not the only ones. Last Saturday's signing saw some old, and some new fans show up at the store. Not only that, they brought their own stories. Read more »
By Cameron Dokey - January 30, 2013Yikes! I've been ... KISSED. Not a bad way to start 2013, huh? Seriously, though, Happy New Year everyone! And please allow me to introduce my newest title (the name of which you surely know by now). It's a collection of three of my fairytale retellings, Belle, Sunlight and Shadow, and Winter's Child. Read more »
By Cameron Dokey - November 12, 2012It's November. How on earth did that happen? What happened to August, September, and October along the way? I don't know what you've been doing, but I've been writing like mad. Net result: 2013 will see some out-of-the-box works from me. Here's a snapshot of what's upcoming. Read more »