Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Banewolf (Dark Siren #2)

Things (editing, cover art, and more editing) came together even better than I could have hoped! Expect Banewolf , the sequel to Dark Siren, this fall!

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Banewolf (Dark Siren #2)
Publication Date: November 21, 2013
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Design by Nathalia Suellen

New enemies are made. 

New allies must be forged.

Kali is beginning to regain her memories. In doing so, she discovers old secrets and betrayals that threaten to unravel her present and shake the foundation for Rhane’s belief in her innocence. While her maturing abilities present unique challenges, a bigger problem arises when Kali learns her ex-boyfriend has made a misguided deal with the enemy in order to win her back—a decision that may ultimately cost him his humanity.

Keeping Kali safe has become a full time job for Rhane. And struggling to gain control of the immortal Banewolf isn’t making that task any easier. The power to eliminate the growing threat against Kali lies at Rhane’s fingertips, but using it means risking his friends to the insatiable blood lust of a monster. So Rhane is forced to forge a shaky alliance with creatures he has sworn to destroy. Despite these new allies, the danger pressing on their borders intensifies, culminating in a heartbreaking and shocking finale.

The strength of the bond between young and ancient lovers will be tested…and if Kali and Rhane are to survive, they must find a way to be unbreakable.

Banewolf (Dark Siren, #2)

Other Novels: 

Dark Siren (see how it all begins)
Thinner than Blood (available now for Kindle, Kobo, Nook, and Apple devices. oh. And it's free!)

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Thinner than Blood

Thinner than Blood: A dystopian novelette
Publication date: September 2013
Genre: Paranormal, Young Adult
Cover Design by Laura Gordon

“He…looks like a god. Battle worn and weary. But still beautiful. Still dangerous.” 

Monday, August 5, 2013

Indie Author Land: A Great Resource for Self-Published Authors

About a month ago, I discovered this lovely website called Indie Author Land. The home page held dozens of books, some with eye-grabbing and professional looking covers. Quite a few demanded my attention, so I began exploring. And discovered these weren't just book listings. They were interviews with the actual authors, a chance for each of them to discuss so much more than the pitch! 

So of course my next thought was, how can I do this?

Not only did I learn I could be interviewed, but that it was completely free! 

My interview is here

Indie Author Land is a great resource for self-published authors. Not only is it free publicity, but David Njoku, the interviewer, has constructed a set of questions that allows professional gushing about all the points you most want to discus on your novel. It's more than just the pitch. It's what's motivates you, the characters, even why you named the book what you did. 

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Did I mention that it's free?

Check it out. 
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