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An Artistic Temperament FREE on Amazon Dec. 5-9

Free Dec. 5-9 on Amazon -- my funny short story AN ARTISTIC TEMPERAMENT -- featuring another favorite character of mine, Cyril Payne, who might have stepped out of a Saki story.

Here is the Amazon description:

AN ARTISTIC TEMPERAMENT is another quirky comedy from children's author Laura L. Sullivan. Though intended for adults, it features a sixteen year old girl as one of its central characters.

Cyril Payne, one of society's most delightful parasites, is staying at the seaside at his friend's expense. Though he'd much prefer to lounge in the shade and nibble at plums, he leaps languidly to the rescue when his friend announces he is bored. Cyril lights upon a sheltered teenaged girl and begins to spin his web of meddling machinations. Before long, the poor girl finds herself in a sauna with a dead body. Will she be scarred for life, or embark on a new career?

With echoes of Saki and Wodehouse, AN ARTISTIC TEMPERAMENT is a quick, clever romp that introduces one of Ms. Sullivan's favorite characters, Cyril Payne.

You can get your very own free copy here.

(And please, please review! Just a line or two on Amazon is very helpful.)


One of my favorite characters -- LANA HALLIDAY -- FREE

For the next five days, my short story LANA HALLIDAY will be free on Amazon.

The captivating, sly LANA HALLIDAY is part detective, part guardian angel, part trickster. When her friend Ronnie Acton loses his gold-digging fiancé -- and the huge diamond engagement ring he gave her -- Lana steps in to set things aright. Her methods aren't quite ethical, but they are always comical.

You can get your free copy here.


He Hunts Butterflies... With Guns

My next FREE story is The Butterfly Hunter, a horror(ish) story that originally appeared in the horror magazine Necrotic Tissue. (Is that not a perfect name for a horror magazine? I think it is now defunct, which is unfortunately also appropriate for a horror magazine. Perhaps it will one day be undead.)

O. Beauford Jasper began life as a contented baby surrounded by a garden of flowers. But when one of the flowers torments him by flying away, Jasper begins a lifelong obsession with butterflies that leads him to the wildest reaches of the globe. But he doesn't collect butterflies – this butterfly hunter slaughters them with a gun. He stalks the world's rarest butterflies, and takes joy only in seeing them obliterated by a bullet.

But Jasper gets his comeuppance deep in the Amazon rain forest when he tries to shoot a butterfly thought to be extinct.

You can get the Kindle edition FREE on Amazon November 25-29. Happy reading! (Well, rather disturbing reading, but you know what I mean.)


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About Me:
I'm a former deputy sheriff who is now a full-time writer and stay at home parent. I also write in another genre, under another name, but shhh.... it's a secret!
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Reader, Writer
Books And Authors I Like:
Elmore Leonard
Carl Hiaasen
Charles Dickens
Wilkie Collins

Sullivan Lee's Blog

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Posted on July 19, 2011 at 7:15am — 1 Comment

BRIGHTWING is Now Available

I'm thrilled to announce that BRIGHTWING, my first self-published book – and my first novel for adults – has hit the virtual shelves! Right now it is available on Amazon and…

Posted on July 15, 2011 at 6:07am

Debauched and Defiled

**Don't forget to follow and comment at The Omniscient Third Person before tomorrow morning, July 12, for a chance to win a $25 Amazon card and a signed hardcover copy of Under the Green Hill. Giveaway closes after I've had my coffee.**

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Posted on July 12, 2011 at 12:19pm

Free Stuff to Shamelessly Lure You In

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Posted on July 9, 2011 at 11:36pm

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At 4:43pm on July 8, 2011, jack everett said…
For the first 21 years of my life I was called Lee only spelled Leigh, and you are the first one other than myself I have ever met. I'm delighted to be your friend and one of these days I'll tell you the tale of why I'm not called Leigh anymore.
At 7:00am on June 4, 2011, Mark Young said…
Thanks. Look forward to you opinions on Crimespace about writing and related matters. Have a great weekend.

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