Greetings & Salutations, Gentle Readers!
How is it the end of November already, folks? I don’t know about you, but time has flown for me here in Arizona.
I’ve temporarily transitioned from working full time to being a SAHM again, as my new job decides how they would like to proceed. Which leaves me plenty of time to find my muse and get some real writing done. Win-win!
While I’m still writing on Vocal+, I have ventured into Kindle Vella, mainly out of curiosity, but also because it has the potential of being a better fit for my stories than other sites. If you’re interested, I’ve added links to the two books I’ve posted below. The first three chapters are free to read.
I’ve also wandered back to Fanstory.com to workshop some pieces. It’s been interesting to say the least, and it’s nice to have a group of fresh eyes. Way back in the day, I wrote Whispers of the Dead on that site, and it was my first published novel with Evolved Publishing. You can find me here.
BOOKS MAKE GREAT GIFTS
Whether you need a new series to while away your winter evenings in, or you have a reader on your holiday shopping list, may I make a few suggestions in my genre?
You can get all three of my audiobooks narrated by the amazing Kelley Hazen on Audible for $29.95 (a $35 savings box set vs singles!).
Night Monster by Melissa S. Meyer Gatlin has been sent with a mission: procure Evie Franklin. It’s a simple enough task, and she’s performed similar tasks before, but Lilith never expected her simple plans to be derailed when she finds herself captivated by Evie. Lilith has a job to do and she should not let her feelings pull her off course. Evie Franklin has a great family, a 4.0 GPA, and and awesome best friend, Liam. Her life seems perfect in her sleepy Oregon town. But Evie feels trapped by a secret, something she keeps hidden from everyone, including her best friend. The only way to be free is to get out of town, ,and the stunningly beautiful Lilith, the newcomer, is offering Evie everything she’s ever dreamed of. But Evie’s dream has a price and she has to decide if she is willing to pay it.
Swipe Right for Murder by Polly Harris Georgie downloads countless dating apps, determined to find the love of her life as easily as she orders jeans online. And while her love-at-first-sight aspirations don’t exactly come true, she does find someone she likes. Quite a lot. There’s only one problem. Girls are going missing at Georgie’s university, and all the signs are pointing to . . . him? But that’s ridiculous. What are the chances that she’s dating an actual serial killer?
Demon Pride by Ingrid Seymour I have a special skill, special enough to secure me a place at the prestigious League of Demon Hunters. It’s a tough place and I must prove myself so when I hear that a high-level demon has invaded Grand Central Station, I’m determined to send it back to hell. But things don’t go as planned. When do they ever? And instead of trapping him, Drevan Morningstar traps me.
Capturing the Last Welsh Witch by JM Davies Ella Masters’s soul is five hundred years old, and in each life, she’s been betrayed by men. This is her final life. Legend dictates, she must meet her soulmate, or this time, death is eternal. Wanted for the murder of her latest boyfriend and on the run from the FBI, it doesn’t bode well for any would-be suitors. Marcus Drayton has a sixth sense when it comes to people, which comes in handy as a special agent for the FBI. His latest assignment is to deliver Ella Masters, the Witch, in order to get the prized promotion in New York he’s desperate for. But nothing goes to plan.
This year has been another doozy, and I couldn’t do what I do without the support of readers like you. I am grateful for every clicked link, every review, and every share you’ve ever done for my writing. Thank you for making me feel like I’m not wasting my time. Thank you for helping me realize my dreams.
Until next time, folks.