I’ve been keeping seeeeecrets! Working together with artist Jennifer Munswami, I have a new cover to reveal for See Me! My coming-of-age Irish fantasy is on sale for $1.99 during St. Patrick’s week! The sale price will go from now until Friday, March 20th.
You asked for it. You got it. Or, rather, you’re *going* to get it September 8, 2015 – a book entirely from Kaidan Rowe’s point of view. Get ready, Kai-sighers!
I’m so thrilled to be part of Gena Showalter’s cover reveal! This is book 3 of her Alice in Zombieland series, YA paranormal romance, and I highly recommend them. You must meet Cole!!!
This little book has been a long time coming. I wrote it two years ago. I’ve always had this sort of obsession with all things Irish, even though I’ve never been to Ireland. Maybe it’s because my birthstone is an emerald – I don’t know. But I love me some Emerald Isle.
Oh my goodness, you guys!!! What a crazy year it’s been! With all of the Sweet Trilogy business, my novella has sort of been brushed aside. Here’s the deal. During the summer we weren’t certain if the final two books in the Sweet Trilogy would be picked up. When HarperTeen made an offer, everything happened really fast. At the same time they made an offer for books 2 & 3, they told me about a new line they were starting called HarperImpulse – a line of short stories and novellas that would be available at discounted prices in ebook form. They asked if I’d be willing to contribute and I grinned and blubbered “YES” with lots of overwhelmed, goofy excitement. I was asked to write a YA contemporary/realistic fiction piece separate from the Sweet Trilogy.
YES! This is my favorite part of the whole journey to publication. I love, love, love seeing the new covers! It makes me HYPER, guys. I’ve been hard to live with for the past two days, absent-minded and goofy with excitement. Not to mention trying to set up a last minute cover reveal. Whew! But bloggers are awesome, and they roll with it.
I could continue to babble, but I know why you came here, so let’s just get down to it, shall we?
I had the privilege of reading the follow-up to Carrier of the Mark last year as one of Leigh’s critique partners. Very rarely do I find a sequel to be even better than the first, but this is one of those times! I’m so excited to read the final draft because I know it’s changed a bit since I read it. I hope you’ll all check it out!