Tradition time!! The week after each release, I share the fun little somethings hidden (most times in plain sight) in the book, plus provide some commentary extras. So here goes...the Easter Eggs for Wrong Side of the Storm.MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS...
The fab readers at I Am a Reader, Not a Writer and BookLove101 have put together another one of their famous giveaway hops. On this blog, sign up for my ya paranormal Shadows Rising, part of the Midnight Guardian series. I'll give away 3 signed paperback first editions. Hurry, drawing ends Feb. 4th. Just look for … Continue reading Young Adult Giveaway Hop
I can barely contain myself. It's been a long road, and now Book 4 is finally here! The "official" release date for Shadows Rising is January 18th; however, ebook copies are already available through Amazon Kindle and Smashwords. Other major online bookstores (B&N, Kobo, Sony, Apple, Google Play, you know the list) should have ebook and paperback … Continue reading It’s here! The Shadows are Rising!!!
When asked if there would be a sequel for E.T., Steven Spielberg said that he would never make it. He felt that a sequel would just degrade the original work. Spielberg has, of course, gone on to make many sequels of many of his movies, but still left E.T. as a standalone. So what goes … Continue reading Does a Sequel Affect the Original?
This week's Indie Carnival is all about Kiss and Tell. No doubt, my fellow indies have posted kissing scenes from their brilliant works. They are a very talented bunch, so be sure to check them out. I posted my kissing scene excerpt too. This is an excerpt from my newest novel, Midnight Child, which releases … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: Kiss & ______
This week at the YA Indie Carnival, the authors are serving up Fiction Pie and giving up their own special recipes for plotting great stories. With Book #3 of the Midnight Guardian series currently in development, I'm often asked if this will be it...the final one. It's been a fun series to write and I'm … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: Fiction Pie