Mythical Monday:  Something’s Mything by Mae Clair

I know it’s Mythical Monday and I should be Mything but I actually have a blog tour kicking off today for TWELFTH SUN. The tour was supposed to happen way back in January, but if you recall, Lyrical Press was acquired by Kensington Books and it took a while for the dust to settle and new Kensington titles to be issued.

Book Promotions by Literary Nook Book was happy to work with me in delaying the tour, so here we are five months later, and it’s finally under way. Something is definitely mything from my blog today, but maybe the timing worked for the best as TWELFTH SUN is a breezy summer read.  Here’s where I’ll be should you like to drop by and say hello over the next few weeks:

Tour Banner Twelfth Sun

May 12
Kristy Centeno – Promo with excerpt
KMN Books – Author Interview, promo with excerpt

May 13
JM Stewart–Contemporary Romance Author – Promo with excerpt
The (Mis)Adventures of a Twenty-Something Year Old Girl – Promo with excerpt

May 14
Some Like It Hotter – Promo and excerpt
Triad Literary – Promo with excerpt

May 15
Musings of a Writing Reader – Promo with excerpt

May 20
Mythical Books – Review

May 21
Have Novel, Will Edit – Promo with excerpt

May 22
Deal Sharing Aunt – Author Interview, Promo with excerpt

May 26
My Devotional Thoughts – Promo with excerpt

May 28
Literary Nook – Promo with excerpt

May 30
Book Reviews by Xunaira J. – Promo with excerpt

June 2
Crystal’s Many Reviewers – Review

Solstice Island Final smallIn other news, I’m also visiting with Brooke Williams today, promoting SOLSTICE ISLAND . . . also a summery read, and a adventure involving a mythical sea creature.

And, since this is turning into a book update post, here’s where my latest WIPs stand:



Shot of a lake at summer twilight
Romantic mystery, family drama, and an unsolved missing person’s case.

I still hope to publish this title in June.


Romantic mystery involving ghostly happenings and sabotage at a secluded corporate retreat.
Takes place in October and over Halloween.
Should be ready for submission by the end of the month.


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Urban fantasy/horror.
A haunted house, a family curse, and an evil presence that will stop at nothing to continue its legacy of darkness.
My current WIP.
I’m going back to my roots with this one. Fantasy/horror was my first genre as an author.


Mythical Monday will return next week as usual. In the meantime, I’d love to know what you’re working on at present, or news on your latest release. Please share!

14 thoughts on “Mythical Monday:  Something’s Mything by Mae Clair

    • Awesome, I would too. I’ve got a paranormal that might be a better fit but I’m welcome to whatever. And I would love to host you. Let’s schedule something!


  1. Yay for getting the blog tour going! I really enjoyed TWELFTH SUN, and can’t wait for a spare minute so I can settle in with SOLSTICE ISLAND. I’ll probably have to steer clear of your ultra-scary books though. I’m WAY to impressionable for scary stuff. Eeek!


    • I know how you are about the scary stuff, Donna, LOL. MYTH AND MAGIC is tame (mystery and romance) but you’ll definitely want to avoid A THOUSAND YESTERYEARS when it sees the light of day. I’ve got to work that one out of my system before I can get back to my regular mysteries, LOL. Glad to hear you’re looking forward to SOLSTICE ISLAND! 🙂


  2. They all sound wonderful – except the scary one cause I am a total wuss – so well see. I am definitely going to enjoy your “beach reads” in my backyard! hehe


    • The beach is where you take it, Heather, LOL. Everything with the exception of A THOUSAND YESTERYEARS is romantic mystery reading, ideal for the back yard or anywhere else 😀 But ATY…um, that one is a wee bit dark 😉


  3. 5 months went by very fast. Eek – 2014 is sailing by way too quickly. Enjoy the tour, Mae.
    Congrats on all your books and releases this year. I am in awe.


    • Hi, Emma. I actually feel like I can’t keep up most of the time. When everything is grouped here together, it does look kind of cool 🙂 And you’re right. 2014 is almost half over!! I can’t believe how quickly time flies. Thanks for all your support!


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