Beth Hammond Books

Writer of fantasy. Lover of life.



Welcome to stop #32! I’ve taken a look at all the cool stuff you’re getting offered along the way. I’m a little jelly that I’m not playing this time around. But I’m super exited to be offering my own cool… Continue Reading →

So apparently I change book covers and blurbs like I change my pants. I’ll show you what I settled on down below. Why have you changed your cover and blurb Beth? Well, I had several people in the biz tell me… Continue Reading →

I’m just a white girl. I have feelings about the race related riots that were spurred by black people being shot by cops. But I’m just a white girl who grew up in middle-class suburbia. What do I know? I… Continue Reading →

When I met Sabrina a couple of years ago we were still working on our manuscripts. I was refining the dreaded query letter after the umpteenth rejection for my YA fantasy novel The Sound of the Stones. I needed another… Continue Reading →

Giveaways by Beth Hammond

I have a couple of giveaways going on right now. I thought I would blog a little blog, dance a little dance. You don’t get to see the dance. But if you did it would look something like this: Fist… Continue Reading →

Free Children’s Picture Book – 2/16-2/17

My illustrated children’s book Puppy Waits was modeled after my own son’s beloved stuffed puppy. He took it everywhere. Heaven forbid we ever misplaced him. Let me share this sweet tale of a puppy who pretends he is his owner…. Continue Reading →

B&N Book Signing – Army Vet and OSU Grad Visits Her Old Stomping Ground

Let’s pretend that I didn’t write this in third person and that I actually have a book promoter;) I get to do a thing! Columbus, Ohio author Beth Hammond will visit The Ohio State University Barnes and Noble Feb 27th at… Continue Reading →

Free Children’s Picture Book = Happy Tiny Humans

Free this week Feb. 1st – 5th I give to you an absolutely absurd book. Absurd? Yes, the silliness abounds in this tale of toes who are people…with personalities…and smells. Smells? Yes smells. Do Your Toes Stink Good? Public Service… Continue Reading →

Best Selling Robertson Releases New Dark Fantasy

If the cover doesn’t make you want to read Dyndaer – Thrice Nine Legends, the writing surly will. Check out best selling Joshua Robertson’s second installment in the Kaelandur series. You don’t want to miss this.   Branimir emerges from the Netherworld… Continue Reading →

INSPY Awards 2016 Longlists

The Sound of the Stones made the long list of nominations for the INSPY awards 2015 best reads in YA and Speculative fiction categories! You can’t see me now but I’m dancing. Source: INSPY Awards 2016 Longlists

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