There’s plenty of news to share this month!
The Thief’s Gambit is on pre-order and is available at all the retailers! In addition, The Assassin’s Mark, the first book in the Edge of Oblivion series is no longer exclusive to Amazon. Give those a look, especially if you enjoy urban fantasy romance!
Something else that’s pretty awesome is I’ve started releasing Beneath the Broken Moon: Season One on Radish. If you enjoy reading on the app, be sure to check out the available episodes and subscribe to get notified when new ones come out.
I’m also excited to announce the title for Cry Wolf 7. Titles are usually harder than writing the book for me, but I’ve finally settled on The Wolf Who Kept A Secret. Hooray!
At the end of this week, I’m taking a holiday break to spend time with my family. It’s something I’m really looking forward to. But I’m delighted about the possibilities for the new year and new decade, too.
I hope you have a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year!
Until next time,
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It’s almost Valentine’s Day! I hope you have an amazing February 14th whether it’s with a loved one or by simply treating yourself.
For a limited time, The Assassin’s Mark is currently marked down to 99¢ from it’s usual $2.99 price. Be sure to grab your copy by February 16th! The sale lasts only lasts until Saturday evening, and this book won’t be marked down again anytime soon.
I hope you had a Merry Christmas yesterday, and that you’ll have a Happy New Year starting next week.
It’s still a shock that the year is almost over, but I’m more prepared for 2019 than I have felt about any year in a long time. I’ll explain more about that in next week’s post.
As for what I did during Christmas, my husband and I spent time with family over the weekend. Christmas Eve and Christmas were all about enjoying one another’s
Our time with one another has been really relaxing. We’ve watched a Christmas movie on Netflix, drank hot chocolate, enjoyed a fire in the fireplace, and, of course, played plenty of computer games together.
Until next week,
Each Thanksgiving, one of the traditions that my husband and I have is to write a list–or at least discuss together–things we’re grateful for that year. During day to day life, it’s pretty easy to get frustrated or not feel thankful when things aren’t going great. Thanksgiving serves as a time to reflect for us.
Things I’m grateful for this year:
- My family
- My friends
- My readers
Our other tradition, aside from cooking an almost traditional Thanksgiving lunch/dinner, is to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. If I’m lucky, hubby and I will put up our Christmas tree after Thanksgiving lunch/dinner! If not, we’ll have the weekend to tackle it.
I’ll be sure to post pictures next week!
Until next week,