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Being blood bound to Caius, a powerful and rather irritating demonborn, was never on my bucket list. Of course, neither was being a reaper or learning I’m not fully human.
In fact there are a lot things going on in my life now that weren’t on that list. Like almost having my immortal life cut short. Or finding out my unusual heritage may get me killed.
As if that wasn’t enough, it seems everyone around me is either keeping secrets, or wants to see me dead. Except Caius, who isn’t what I expected. He’s moody, annoying, dangerous, and hotter than hell. He’s supposed to be my enemy. Yet, he saved my life and told me the truth when no one else would. And now…I think I feel…
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All of my published books are in the process of getting a face lift and the Bound books are in line to be done first. The interiors are being worked on now, new content is being added to Bound by Time, and both books already have beautiful new covers created by Katie Jennings. I am truly thrilled with these covers. It’s the first time I’ve actually been happy with them and I would like to spread that happiness around. So here is my cover reveal for the Bound books.
It’s recipe time! Today I’m serving up Parmesan Fish with Cheddar Biscuits. I know, I know, some of you are saying, “Ewwww, Talapia!” for reasons. Some may not like it for the taste, some may not like it because it’s supposed to be a dirty fish or some such. But, I’m feeding a family of seven on a budget. Have more money or less mouths to feed? Get another kind of white flaky fish that better suits you. Easy as that. Also, keep in mind that most of my recipes are geared toward the many mouths to feed around here (two of them teenage boys), so feel free to cut the recipe in half, or into 1/4, or 3/5, or 7/16, whatever floats your boat.
You will need about 8 fish filets. I use talapia, but feel free to use whatever white fish you want. I’ve never tried…
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Absolutely brilliant books
Betrayed releases October 13th and is up for pre-order for only .99! It continues the story of the Raven Daughter series. If you like a bit of fantasy mixed into your paranormal romance, this is the series for you.
Sometimes the actions are worth the consequences…
I was never supposed to go to the Between. I was never supposed to fall in love with Caius. And yet, I’ve done both. Since stepping through that portal, I’ve done a lot of things I never thought I would.
Like coming face-to-face with a god. Or encountering the one person in all the worlds I didn’t want to meet. Or having a fairy floor me with just a few words and realizing things are a lot more complicated than just stopping the Lost.
Everything is changing, secrets are revealed, and something that shouldn’t even be possible has become reality. I never imagined…
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I got my ebook files for Unveiled finished. Went to KDP and uploaded everything, but it wouldn’t let me set the pre-order option. It said I was ineligible to use that function. So today I called Author Central and they put me through to KDP. And it was as I feared. The files for my last book weren’t uploaded in time (you have to have them uploaded in advance of the release date) and so my ability to set up pre-orders was suspended for a year.
As irritating as it is, I have to blame myself. I was using a design company and they consistently failed to get files to me in time for release. Every single time they got them to me just in time to upload with no time to proof them before release. This resulted in having to go back in and make corrections in both the…
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Love this ….
December brought a big change for my writing. At first I wasn’t sure it was a good thing. I soon realized, it was my early Christmas present from the universe.
For the past four years, I produced my books using a design company. A couple of weeks ago, I came to a diverging path. As most other authors know, there is a reason for the phrase “starving artist.” And where I’m not actually starving, paying out large chunks of money to produce each book isn’t always feasible. Honestly, the stress of wondering how I was going to pay to have covers and formatting done had affected me to the point of interfering with my writing, and making me generally crabby and unhappy. It sucked all of the enjoyment out of writing to constantly be worried if I was throwing away money that had every possibility of never coming back to…
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