I’m participating in two great multi-author giveaways this month. One is the Spring Fling Giveaway.
The grand prize winner receives a designer Coach Tote filled with romance books and swag, including award winners and New York Times and USA Today Best Sellers! All you have to do is follow me and other romance authors on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram. The more profiles you like and follow, the more times you’re entered.
Lucky runner ups receive ebook prize packs and an Amazon gift card!
The second is #SixFeetofSeparation A Social Distancing Romance Read-A-Thon for April.
Get $0.99 & free books to enjoy now. Plus, enter the contest to win a social distancing shirt and Amazon gift card.
Check out the books on sale here: https://rescuemeauthorservices.com/sixfeetofseparation
The romance reading community has always stood together in good times and bad. Romance authors are smart, tech-savvy, sophisticated, and socially conscious. With movie and television productions shuttering their doors, concert venues canceled, movie theaters closed, and Broadway dimming their lights amid coronavirus concerns, there is one place to turn for entertainment and a temporary escape: books!
The Cry Wolf Series boxed set is now on sale for 99¢ from its usual $4.99 price. This is the first time in almost three years that it’s been discounted, and it won’t be going on sale again anytime soon.
Grab your copy before October 17th!
I’m excited to announce that I’m going to be releasing the complete first season of Beneath the Broken Moon in March. If you’ve read all five parts currently available, then you’ll have read this book. It’ll be available in both ebook and paperback.
Blurb: Carmela she struggles to choose between the alpha werewolf she’s destined for and the vampire she’s enchanted by, but the wrong decision could lead to deadly consequences…
Werewolf relationships are all about influence and offspring, especially as the species is becoming extinct. Carmela Santiago resents that type of life. She dreams of falling in love and being happy, not following the dismal example her parents have set.
When sensual vampire Derek Ashmore rescues her from dangerous hunters, she tumbles head over heels for him. Not a wise decision since werewolves and vampires are mortal enemies.
Meeting her caring mate-to-be Brendan Kelly has her further questioning the future. Regardless, her life has forever changed now that she’s met not one, but two men who pull at her heartstrings…
Until next week,
And I’m back with more news!
Last week, I wrote about how I was dipping my toes into the waters with getting back to my writing business. Not only did I survive the week, but it’s been really fun getting back into things! 🙂
Something else I mentioned last week was that I’d be participating in National Novel Writing Month in November. After puzzling over what book to write and what it should be about, I’m thrilled to say that outline for Cry Wolf 7 is done! That’s pretty awesome. I’d initially thought aiming to have it complete by October 30th would be optimistic.
The story will be about Kelly and Jacob. So far, the plan is it will pick up directly after The Wolf Who Played With Fire. If you’ve read the first three books, you’ll probably know what I mean. I’m imagining this book as the bridge between the events of the first three books to the present with the Scottish Pack’s trilogy.
Speaking of the Scottish Pack, I haven’t forgotten about Cry Wolf 6. Before I took a break from writing, I’d been in the process of going over the edits from my editor. I’ve picked up on completing that while I’ve been planning the book six. More news on it soon!
Until Next Time,
I’m part of the Rockin’ Reads Hop hosted by The Herd Hops. I’ve read several books this year, and surprisingly, I’m well ahead of where I should be for my goal. I’m one book away from finishing it. Basically, I’d hoped to read 26 books this year, and I’ve read 25. But I digress…
The book I’ve read this year that really rocked was Viola Rivard’s Claimed by the Alphas serial. I started reading it, and I could barely stop until I’d gotten through the set. The plot, the characters, the way she describes the werewolves… Heck, even the cover! All of it was rockin’. It was my first time reading one of Viola’s books, but it definitely made me dig into her other books.
How about you guys? What’s your rockin’ read of the year?