Thursday, April 17, 2014

Cover Reveal: Fissure by Marilyn Almodóvar + Giveaway

I always love cover reveals, and this one's no exception. Book Two in the Chronicles of the Interred series continues with Baxter Jacobs' story. If you haven't read Interred, you should probably get on that ASAP. ;) 
Baxter Jacobs just survived the worst Sweet Sixteen in history: buried in a coffin, hunted down by assassins, and losing almost everything that mattered to her. She’s ready for some normalcy, but “normal” won’t play any part of this Time Bender’s future.

Now that the immediate threat is over, Baxter learns just how much the English Council expects of the newest Interred. The pressure has her seriously considering her uncle’s offer to take her to New York, especially since she thinks it will keep her Healer, Jack, from overusing his abilities. Knowing the New York Council’s ranks are filled with beings using dark powers, however, makes her hesitate.

Before she can choose, the decision is wrenched from her. Fissures in Time result in a new battle with an old enemy. Someone she thought she’d lost reenters her life, and she’ll discover a web of lies woven into the fabric of Time…lies only she can unravel. Baxter will have to use her growing abilities to try and reveal the truth, even if it forever changes the reality she knows.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Happy Three-Year Anniversary, Silver Moon! ($10 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway)

My baby turns three today. :') I can't believe it's been that long since I jumped head-first into the indie publishing world. Time flies!
In honor of Silver Moon's anniversary, I'm hosting a giveaway for the next week. Want to win a $10 (USD) Amazon gift card? All you have to do is enter via the Rafflecopter form below.
The contest is international, as long as you can receive the gift card via Amazon.
Good luck!
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Monday, April 7, 2014

Dead Duology Cover Reveal

It's time again for another cover reveal! 

The Dead series is only a duology, so there won't be additional books after Already Dead is released, which I'm hoping will happen at the end of this month.

I've had fun writing Flora and Laney's stories, as well as their journeys through Lichburn and the Shadowlands. Unfortunately, as every reader knows, all good things must come to an end. After Already Dead's release, I'll be combining both books into one collection. This is the cover for said collection:
For anyone thinking about reading the Dead Duology, I hope you'll enjoy Flora and Laney's stories. This was a darker series for me to write--much darker than what I'm used to--but I loved exploring a fantasized version of the afterlife. I hope you will, too.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Summarize Sunday

It's been awhile since I wrote a Summarize Sunday post, but have no fear! That doesn't mean I've forsaken the free books on Amazon lately. ;) Here are my latest treasures:


Timebound by Rysa Walker


The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
Earthsea by Ursula K. LeGuin
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
The Companions by R.A. Salvatore
Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card

Friday, March 28, 2014

Almost Dead Price Reduction

In anticipation of Already Dead's release next month, Almost Dead's list price has been reduced to $0.99, indefinitely. For anyone interested in buying Almost Dead, here are a few quick links: 
And here's the summary:
Seventeen-year-old Flora Mackey is not exactly thrilled to wake up from a car accident and find out she’s a ghost. Making this lifelike hell even worse is being trapped with her arch enemy and collision partner, Laney Tipps. The two normally couldn’t get along if their lives depended on it, but now they have no choice.

After recovering from the initial shock of seeing their lifeless bodies—and that they can’t escape each other—Flora and Laney have to find a way out of the twisted, gray realm. But they quickly learn that the farther they stray from their motionless corpses, the weaker they become. Luckily Sara, a spirit guide, shows up to help. Sara informs them they’ll have to wait for someone in their city to die so they can take their place in the land of the living.

What’s scarier than waiting in purgatory? Time. If Flora and Laney don’t return to the physical world and leave clues for their families that they’re still alive, they’ll never be found. Which sucks, because once their bodies give out, their souls will be permanently stuck in the afterlife.

Happy reading!