Greetings, all! I’m excited to announce that I’m part of the Howling Good Romance Authors Group sale, which they term the Wolf Pack Run. There are 26 paranormal romance and urban fantasy books, each of which is on sale for 99 cents, including The Mountain’s Shadow. There are also a couple of box sets in … Continue reading Wolf Pack Run – Huge book sale!
Greetings, all, and happy new year! I hope your holidays were enjoyable, peaceful, or whatever you needed them to be. To my friends who have had a tough time, hugs! Regular life is starting up soon. My holiday season was busy with lots of eating, cooking, drinking, more eating, more cooking, some writing, and a … Continue reading Calling all Lycanthropy Files fans!
Today I’m happy to introduce Jacci DeVera and her character Calla McAmis, a mountain lion shifter. The interview reminded me of when I lived in Arkansas for a year, and the wildlife service swore that there were no mountain lions in the state but said there was a $30,000 fine if you killed one. Because … Continue reading Characters on the Couch: Jacci DeVera’s Calla
Encountering werewolves can be deadly.Trying to cure them? Murder. I’m pleased to announce that the third Lycanthropy Files book Blood’s Shadow is on sale now through Friday, August 21 for 99 cents. Here are the buy links: Amazon Barnes & Noble Google Kobo Samhain Publishing (all ebook formats) Although this is the third in the … Continue reading Blood’s Shadow on sale for 99 cents through August 21!
It’s release day for Blood’s Shadow, the third Lycanthropy Files book! Thank you especially to my editor Holly Atkinson and Samhain Publishing for helping this dream come true. I’d also like to thank my readers for taking a chance on a new author. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading these books as much as I’ve loved … Continue reading Blood’s Shadow release day!
Someone didn’t get his coffee this morning. (Image attribution via Wikimedia Commons: Puma concolor shot at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum |Source=self-made |Author= User:Cm0rris0n) Fellow author of shifter literature Abigail Owen approached me wanting to make the villain of her second book, Kyle Carstairs, a bit more menacing. Here’s our initial exchange: Character name: Kyle Carstairs … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Getting Catty with Another Villain
So the theme of my reviews this evening is fantasy from the urban fantasy writer’s perspective. First, my long overdue review of Rebekah Ganiere’s novel Red the Were Hunter. What if you were the key to an ancient prophecy that would begin to heal your lands, but fulfilling your destiny meant you had to turn … Continue reading Book Reviews: Red the Were Hunter and Solace Shattered
Encountering werewolves can be deadly. Trying to cure them? Murder. The Lycanthropy Files, Book 3 As the Investigator for the Lycanthrope Council, Gabriel McCord encountered his share of sticky situations in order to keep werewolf kind under the radar of discovery. Now, as the Council’s liaison to the Institute for Lycanthropic Reversal, he advocates for … Continue reading Cover and Blurb Reveal: Blood’s Shadow
My blog tour set up through Chick Lit Plus starts today with a review by Samantha herself:While this isn’t my normal style of reading material, this book really had me hooked. The writing was really strong – from introducing us to the characters, setting the scene, and really unraveling a complex story filled with twists… … Continue reading Book Review: Chick Lit Plus