Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Enchanted Runner is Back In Print!

Enchanted Runner was my second published novel, but my first book about the Snake Clan and the magical power of their runners at Acoma, the city built two thousand years ago on top of a 400 foot cliff in the gorgeous New Mexico desert. Runners and rattlesnakes and wild horses fill the pages of this gripping novel and due to a publisher buy-out and a total editorial upheaval at Avon the year it was originally published, the book went sadly out of print. But it is now back in a beautiful paperback with the original cover art and the Southwest Book Award Gold Sticker! (I have a sticker, how cool is that?)This book in its short life-time was also on the Land of Enchantment List, the Battle of the Books list, and The Pennsylvania Reader's Choice list.
You can get copies through me by posting on my blog or my web site and at, too.

This book is in demand by teachers and librarians all the time so I'm thrilled it's alive again. Class sets are available from me at half price, too, so all the teachers/librarians out there please spread the word.

Enjoy an exciting read that boys will especially love, but watch out for Trina, that feisty cousin of Kendall's with her stories about the runner's feet getting cut off and blood stained rocks on the old rock trails . . .


Barbara O'Connor said...

That is so great, Kimberley!! I was so happy to see that cover again!! Good for you!

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

Thank you, Barbara! It's so nice to have it available after so long and so many requests.

Candace E. Salima said...

Congratulations! I'll have to get that for my library. My nephews and nieces are always spending the night and we always end the evening with me reading something to them.

As to: "Gotta email you about me and another LDS writer gal from Iceland who will be in Provo for BYU's graduation in April. Any chance we could meet other Utah writers for dinner or a schmooze?"

Absolutely! Email me ( and we'll coordinate date, time, place and I'll grab who I can to be there.

Janette Rallison said...

Look at that cool sticker! Congrats!



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