Friday, November 16, 2012
This time, the giveaway is on Goodreads, so even if you're not on Facebook, you can enter!
Don't miss this chance to listen in on the adventures of Mal and Chrysabelle. I'm kind of looking forward to hearing it myself. Is that weird?
Friday, November 02, 2012
Entering is super easy. Check it out here.
You can also listen to a sample of Blood Rights here.
Just think, if you win, you could listen to vampires killing each other while you're on the treadmill! Hey, we have to find a way to make exercise enjoyable somehow, right?
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Stop by and leave a comment to be entered to win the $50 gift card for either Amazon or Barnes and Noble -winners choice!
Feel free to ask me questions about the series, too. I'll be checking in all day.
What are you waiting for? Let's party!
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Monday, October 22, 2012
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Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Thanks again and keep reading!
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Last Blood is the fifth and final book of the House of Comarre series. I'm currently working on it, pushing closer to The End every day and even though these are fictional characters set in a fictional world, I feel like I'm beginning to grieve. A strange emotion to associate with writing a book, but there it is.
Is feeling that way weird? Maybe, but consider that I started writing Blood Rights, the first book, in the summer of 2008. Four years, one novella and five books later, saying goodbye is understandably difficult. At times my relationship with these characters and this world has been love/hate. There are moments in these books that feel like triumphs and yet, some of the details written in earlier books caused me to make decisions in later ones that I might not have otherwise made. Some days felt like slogging through mud and some days like flying. (And those flying days? Those are the days writers live for.)
Such is the writing process when you commit yourself to basically writing a story that is five books long, because that's how these books work. You should really consider books 1-5 all parts of the same story, just broken down into manageable chunks.
Maybe some of what I'm feeling isn't grief, but exhaustion. *grin* It's tough writing something this long and this involved. These characters and plotlines show up in my dreams, pop into my head when I'm supposed to be thinking about other things and distract me daily from the most mundane aspects of life. They have become...part of me. And wow, just writing that sounds a little too precious, but there it is.
Have you as a writer ever felt like this? As a reader, what do you feel when you read the last book in a series?
Saturday, June 02, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Here's the blurb:
Maris's life as a comarré has come down to three options: escape her patron and spend the rest of her days looking over her shoulder, fight him for her freedom with the understanding it could mean her death or undergo dangerous experimentation to transform her blood into something even more powerful.
Before she can make a decision, she discovers the vampire who's been charged with sunproofing her blood isn't so fond of her patron either. In fact, Dominic is unlike any vampire she's ever met, but is she desperate enough to put her trust in another noble? Her heart says yes...
Check it out on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Books On Board.
I hope y'all love it!