Welcome to the Website of Gail Dayton.
Gail is on Twitter. Look for GailDayton.
The latest book news:
While I am waiting for the mess with Tor to get straightened out, I am getting some of my older manuscripts out into the e-book market. The books are available for Kindle through Amazon, for Nook through B&N, and also through Apple, Sony, Smashwords and all the main outlets. Knight in Black Leather is a contemporary, non-paranormal romance set in Pittsburgh. Heart of Stone is an alternate-universe fantasy romance with a hero from a magical world coming to ours on a quest. Look in My Books for more information. Or just click the links.
My agent has sent a letter to Tor demanding that they either publish Heart's Magic (Harry and Elinor's story), or give me the rights back so I can publish it for those who would like to read it. We have not yet heard from anyone--she can't get anyone to return her calls. Keep an eye on the blog and/or Twitter (though I know I'm horribly behind in both locations), and I'll keep you posted. And if you need a quick, printable list of my books, it's here.
If you want to keep up with the very latest info about Gail Dayton, and the books I'm writing and what's going on, skip over to my blog. It's as much about my life as about the writing. Everyday sorts of things like walking on the beach or sticking a toe into this self-publishing thing or my family. (We have a new grandbaby! Our first little girl!) When things are going well with the writing, I do note it down, as well as the days when I want to beat my head against the desk. You're not going to get stories about me chasing shoplifters down the mall.
I'm a writer. I spend my working days sitting in my office, writing stuff at my desk (I'm one of those freakish throwbacks who writes first drafts in longhand.) (Yes, I am insane.) (Rollerball pen on college-ruled looseleaf notebook paper kept in colored manila folders, for those who simply have to know. And I change from black ink to blue ink and back again every day, so I can tell when I start and stop for the day.) and staring out the windows when the words aren't coming. Stop by and say hello.
No book signings at the moment.