Preorders for Postcards!

After months and months of hard work, I’m finally putting out some new fiction.

If you’ve read and liked my books, I hope you’re excited.

As promised, if you’re on my email list there will be opportunities to get upcoming books for free. But if you want to support me by preordering the books I just put up on Amazon, I’ll thank you by sending you a postcard of the cover art, which I hope you’ll agree is fabulous. (At the bottom of this page is a form to send me your address after you’ve preordered a book).

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I’ve decided to leave Shearwater Part One with the original cover, but publish the full book with a new cover. I’m not publishing part two independently, because in this case you really need to the whole book. It’s one, big, epic story and the book should be about 500 pages. I put it up on preorder for 99cents, but I’ll change it to 2.99 in a few days.

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The Scarlet Thread

I adore this new cover for The Scarlet Thread – part one previously ended on a major cliffhanger, I’m adding 3 new chapters to his book and calling it “Book One”. It ends in a good place, and I know exactly where the story is headed in “Book Two” – The Golden Shears.

However, the three new chapters aren’t in this version yet!

I’m going to email them to you once they’re edited in a few weeks. I’ll probably also add them into the beginning of the next book, just so they don’t get missed.

I know most of you already got Scarlet Thread earlier, so you may not be able to buy / download it again to get the postcard. But if you haven’t reviewed it yet, you can post a review and I’ll send a postcard to thank you.

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The Golden Shears

I can’t believe I have a series! Even though I haven’t written this book yet, I have it all mapped out, and I’ve given myself enough time to get it done this winter. If you loved Scarlet Thread and you can’t wait to read more, you can preorder now so you don’t forget. (This is the second book, there will be three in all).

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How to get the postcards

I’ve tried mailing out cooler swag, like mermaid pendants and things, but since we travel nearly full time a lot of the packages I’ve sent got lost in the mail. So I’m going to start using an online postcard-sending service.

If you order/preorder any of these three books, just fill out the form below with the order number. Right after you checkout there should be a button to see the details of the transaction and there should be an order number at the top. Make sure to mention which book you ordered too, so I send the right postcard.

Or, if you reviewed Scarlet Thread (or even Shearwater part one), send a link to your review in the form. You can order all three if you want to get all the postcards!

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PS) This is a test, but I think it’ll work, so I’ll be doing more things with cover art and postcards in the future. Again, please know you don’t have to buy these, they will be made free for a limited time when they launch. This is just for readers who want to help me out and also get some pretty postcards (I may take the titles off and just use the art with a quote from the book or something, so you can frame or hang it).

An anthology of young adult fiction (FREE!)

That Moment When is an anthology of young adult writing featuring some of today’s hottest new talent in young adult fiction. Find your next favorite author as you read through 40 thrilling short stories.

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Love YA paranormal, urban fantasy, science fiction and dystopian books?

We’ve gathered a handful of thrilling stories from all of your favorite genres and put them together into an epic anthology of young adult fiction. Some of them are just the beginning of a unique adventure, while others are complete stories that will spark your imagination.

With over 200,000 words (about three full-length novels) That Moment When will provide weeks of reading pleasure.

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Have you ever reached a moment in your life when everything changed? A crossroads of sorts… a point of no return. An event or realization so enormous you knew it would impact you forever in ways you couldn’t begin to understand? Discoveries so momentous they changed everything you thought you knew about the world, and yourself?

That Moment When is filled with exactly these kinds of moments.

If you read the stories in this anthology, I guarantee you’ll find at least a few that thrill and excite you. Make sure to follow the authors if you want to read more – most of us have at least one free book on our sites.

All your favorite YA genres!

PARANORMAL & URBAN FANTASY

SCIENCE FICTION

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AND MORE (UNIQUELY SPECULATIVE FICTION) 

 

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That Moment When is an anthology of young adult writing featuring some of today’s hottest new talent in young adult fiction. Find your next favorite author as you read through 40 thrilling short stories.

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91 Black Friday & Cyber Monday Book Deals (Free and 99cent YA books)

Happy Thanksgiving! It’s the perfect weekend to stuff yourself too full to move and then devour some new books. We’ve got you covered – here are 91 excellent limited time book deals! I didn’t have time to add the price or description, but these should all be free or 99cents. Grab them while they last!

Keep your eye out especially for the boxsets and anthologies – those are massive value.

Some have 20 full length novels for just 99cents.

Free and 99cent book deals


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The Black Mage

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Scarlet Thread is also included in this multi-box set, along with other great books!

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Scarlet Thread cover reveal and SNEAK Preview!

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I’m so excited about this new cover for Scarlet Thread! It’s my most popular book, so with a new cover and a tweaked summary I’m hoping to boost my downloads significantly.

I had meant to publish the 2nd half of this story in “book one” – but since part one is already 60,000 words, and since the full story I have mapped out would be around 130,000 words, I’ve decided to add three chapters to part one and just call it “book one” – it’ll be as long as most normal urban fantasy books, at about 75K, and will end on a cliffhanger, but not quite such a dramatic and annoying cliffhanger as it does currently.

With those changes, I’m going to take it off permafree and change it to 99cents, with book two continuing the story, and book three finishing it.

If you haven’t read it yet, get it HERE.

If you get it before I update it with the new chapters, I’ll try and get KDP to notify you of the updates; I’ll also add the extra chapters to this site.

In the meantime here’s a sneak peek – a never before seen chapter.

(It’s rough and still needs editing).

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My name is Kaidance Monroe, and sometimes when I touch people, I see how they die.

At least that’s how this story began. But last night changed everything. A few days ago I saw Matt die. I saw the sword sticking out of his beastly chest, blood gurgling from his lips. The golden sword, glittering with blue jewels, the crown that symbolized Zeus’s kingdom shining like a beacon in the darkness. All of Zeus’s winged army had swords like that—hunters, created to rid the world of magic.

In the past, every time I had a vision of someone’s death, it came true.

But last night, when hunters broke in through the ceiling like bolts of lightning, it was my death they were after. So I couldn’t let them kill Matt. I couldn’t let him die for me. I was supposed to use the shotgun and sword Sitri gave me, but I couldn’t do it. Not when I saw Puriel. His tall, muscular body. His amber eyes and nearly white hair. The shimmering mirrored wings behind him. I couldn’t destroy something that beautiful. And I didn’t want any more deaths. I just wanted it to stop. So I offered myself to him. Let them take what they came for. In that moment, I was prepared to die.

Instead… Puriel burst into flames, and Matt lived.

Which means, my visions don’t have to come true. Which means, I might not be the monster everyone always thought I was.

But why did Puriel hesitate? Why not destroy me like Zeus ordered him to? He’d become a torch, cast off from Zeus’s favor. After serving obediently for thousands of years. How could that have happened? I was about to find out.

After the attack, Sitri had practically carried me back to my room and told me to stay put. The others started cleaning up the wreckage and removing the bodies. I was most worried about Matt and Priya, because I’d seen them get hurt, but I knew Alice would take care of them. I wondered how many others were injured. Sitri had posted four torches outside my door for my protection. Every time I stuck my head out to see what was going on they crossed their swords and blocked my path. I felt like I was under arrest.

I wanted to talk to Sitri or Able, I needed answers—and if I couldn’t have that, at the very least I wanted to help out and keep my hands busy. Being stuck in my room while everyone else was working was driving me crazy. I couldn’t stop thinking about Puriel. What had happened? Why had he caught on fire like that? Why didn’t he kill me when he had the chance? It was an hour before I realized I still had Able’s invisibility cap—I’d stuck it in my pocket after confronting Puriel.

I snuck through the bathroom into Sitri’s room and opened the door cautiously. With the cap on I stuck my head out to peek at the torches. The floorboard creaked when I took my first step out of the room and I froze, my heart racing. Two torches whipped their heads towards me, but after a moment faced forward again like marble statues.

Most of the mansion was empty, I thought there would be more damage but it seems the attack was focused only on the upstairs floors—as if they knew exactly where I would be. I heard voices and followed them to the second floor. Eligor was addressing a small group of torches.

“The threat was neutralized quickly—10 hunters drew attention away from the main building by starting skirmishes around the defensive barrier, just as four breached the top floor. Two lost their lives immediately, apparently they didn’t expect to find Stephanie there, or underestimated her power. The third was killed soon after—the fourth captured.”

“Is it true the fourth hunter fell?” someone asked. There were murmurs when Eligor nodded. He held a hand up and continued.

“As you know, hunters rarely fall, the circumstances must have been extreme. I don’t know what it means yet, nor should we be overly curious. We should also not assume, now fallen, he will join our ranks—the fate of the intruder will be decided by Able and the masters of Nevah, and we will accept their decision without question. For now, he’s being held in the dungeon until decisions are made. We should also not assume the threat is over. Zeus’s army did not get what they came for, this time. They will undoubtedly strike again soon with double the force. Be vigilant.”

Eligor gave instructions and the torches left to carry them out. He paused when we were alone and he looked at the place where I was standing. But then he left and I was alone.

I wandered lower and lower into the house until I found a room I hadn’t been in before. In the corner was a descending spiral staircase made of large rectangular slabs of stone. I followed it down into a sublevel of the complex, which looked practically medieval. It was mostly used for storage and seemed to have enough food and supplies stockpiled to last a hundred years. I shuddered as I passed a room full of hooks, chains and complex devices I hoped weren’t tools of torture. Finally I found a row of thick iron doors with tiny barred windows. I peeked through the rusted iron bars until I found Puriel.

I could barely see him in the dark. His pale, white body made him look like a ghost, surrounded by walls of solid concrete. Ash and soot stuck to his skin in dark patches, and he smelled like charcoal, singed hair and burnt feathers. I heard the grating noise of heavy chains being dragged across the stone floor and noticed that the dark cuffs around his neck and wrists were fixed to the wall.

I gasped when he looked up, his eyes were black sockets, gaping voids of desolation and heartbreak. The beautiful thing Puriel had been yesterday was gone, and this thing was ruin incarnate. His eyes sparked like glowing coals, as furious patches of bright orange burned in the darkness of the room. He moaned, straining against his restraints, his muscles tense as he reached towards the door. Towards me.

I choked back a sob at the thing he’d become.

Then I took the heavy skeleton key, turned the giant lock, and stepped inside.

“It’s you, isn’t it,” he said as the door creaked open. His eyes darted across the cell. I realized he still couldn’t see me. I stepped into the far corner of the room, out of his reach, and removed Able’s cap.

“Come to torment me further? Survey your handiwork?”

“I didn’t mean for this to happen to you. I had no idea this would happen, whatever this is… I was just trying to save my friend.”

“And that’s exactly why I fell. A cruel trick. A mean trick. But so what, it’s over now. I’m here, a prisoner without purpose, without hope, condemned forever to waste away in suffering and darkness.”

“Why were you after me? I’d never done anything to you. You chased me from JDRI. Then you followed me here,” I accused. “Why?”

“I don’t ask why. My Lord commands and I obey.”

“You mean Zeus?” I asked. Everything Able told me had been true.

““Zeus is his pagan name,” he spat. “We use his Latin name, Deus. The one true king,” he said. “Pure goodness and perfection. My maker and master. Whom I faithfully served since he gave me life, until today, when I failed him.”

“Failed him, by not killing me?”

Puriel nodded, then he sank his face in his hands.

“I hesitated, because I thought I saw goodness in you, and it made me doubt. Now I understand it was a trick. You are the worst kind of evil. The invisible kind. The kind that thinks they are good, but doesn’t know any better. You lie so perfectly I saw no trace of deceit or malice in you. Only innocence, kindness, courage—”

“Zeus is the evil one,” I said. “He slaughtered his own family. Able told me—”

Able,” Puriel repeated with a sad smile, “has told you nothing but lies. Even the name he’s given himself, it sounds so ordinary. So innocuous. It hides the truth of what he really is.”

“And what is he?” I asked nervously.

“He has many names. Father of Lies. Prince of Darkness. Ruler of the Underworld. In French he’s called Le Diable.”

My knees trembled as the world resonated in the small space. I’d heard those titles before… but they didn’t make any sense here. Those were titles for the Devil in Christian mythology. What did that have to do with Greek legend and mythology? A felt a sinking in the pit of my stomach as I realized the truth. Maybe I’d already known it. Le Diable—Able. I’d dined with the devil and didn’t even know it. Suddenly, everything clicked into place. The hunters could fly and had wings. They served their almighty Lord with pure obedience.

“You’re an angel,” I said, breathlessly.

“Some humans call us that,” he said. “We prefer the term Seraphim. We burn with the inexhaustible energy of Deus, like mirrors reflecting his power and glory.” He looked down at his hands in wonder, turning them over slowly. “I was Seraphim. Now I am nothing. Cast out. Defective. Unworthy. A broken vessel. Yesterday I could have melted through these chains.”

I felt sorry for him, even though he had been trying to kill me. In a twisted way, he’d sacrificed himself to save me. Even if he hadn’t done it on purpose, and even if he was regretting it now, I still felt a twinge of responsibility. My head was spinning as I reached for the door handle.

“Deus does not explain himself to the Seraphim,” he said quietly as I was leaving, “nor do we try to understand his will. But I can share what he called you, the name he used when he gave the order. Deicidium. From Deus, meaning god and cidium, which means cutting. In English, it would translate as godkiller.”

Hope you liked it! If you have read Scarlet Thread please add a review.

Cover reveal! Shearwater got a makeover!

Even though almost everyone loves the original cover for Shearwater, I never felt it was professional enough – some of the photoshopping isn’t well done because of the images I used, and I wanted something better. Mermaid books SHOULD be mostly blue, often with a girl underwater – but I couldn’t find any stock photos I liked enough. And even though it’s a dark fantasy romance, it’s also an epic fantasy, and a LONG one (the full book is 140,000+ words!) so I wanted something more powerful.

This is what I came up with.

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Usually when I post cover remakes, everyone tells me they prefer the original, but I think this will work well. I’ll keep the original cover for Part One, which will continue to be free, and use this for the Full Book (Parts One and Two) which will be $3.99.

If you’re already on my email list, I will email you when you can get part two for free (as promised). So you don’t need to pay for this book – though I hope you’re review it when it’s ready.

However, I will be focusing much more on sales for this one. The more I make with these books, the more time I can spend writing. So if you’d like to support me by preordering, you can do that here.

>>Pre-order Shearwater Book One<<

As an added bonus, if you preorder, I’ll send you these two postcards: one of the cover art, and one of a quote that will be in the front of the book.

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Someone is trying to kill me.
When my parents died in an accident, they left me like a piece of furniture to a grandfather I never knew existed. In Ireland. As if moving halfway around the world wasn’t bad enough, I soon learned my mother had left behind some unresolved drama – dark secrets that were screaming to be uncovered. And then there are the things I can’t explain. Strange things keep happening around me. Happening to me. Is it because of Sebastian, the golden-haired stranger who showed up in town at the same time as I did? Or Ethan, the kid locals whisper plays with dark magic?

Maybe both. Maybe neither. But someone is definitely out to get me, and I need to figure out why, and fast… because I’m discovering powers of my own. Powers that I can’t contain. And no matter what I do or who is to blame, if I don’t discover the real reason my mother fled Ireland, more people are going to die.

MERMAIDS ARE REAL.
And they’re going to kill us all.

“It’s like The Little Mermaid for adults. I couldn’t stop reading.” ★★★★★

“Not just another Twilight—even though we do have sparkly mermaids instead of sparkly vampires. But the story itself is well told and the characters act and respond like real people instead of cardboard cutouts. The mystic premise of the mer-people is even almost believable in the context of the Irish coastal culture, and the interactions between the characters are more encompassing than just the make-believe of the story. Although it’s written for young adults, as a mainstream adult I found the story entertaining and readable, and even subscribed to the author’s site to get the next installment as well as his other books.” ★★★★★

“The author’s writing and editing is impeccable, and his research is substantial. I feel like I’m at the exotic locales described. His backstory and science behind the mermaid phenomenon is solidly explained and more than adequate to suspend my disbelief. The author also presents a lot of this backstory as not an info-dump, so kudos for that.” ★★★★★

“Part One” of this book was made available last year.
This is the first FULL book of the Ocean Depths Series; it includes parts One and Two and is almost 140,000 words long.

Shearwater is a young adult mermaid novel that will appeal to lovers of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, witches, Irish mythology, supernatural folklore and, of course, mermaids.

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Dark Legends Flash Giveaway for myth lovers!

My book Scarlet Thread will be in The Dark Legends boxset launching this January. We’re trying to boost preorder sales today (Nov. 3rd) so I put together this flash giveway. Golden Scissors (for Scarlet Thread), $50 in Amazon credit and a cool art print that fits the theme. I’ll ALSO be giving out 100 copies of the boxset later so you can win one of them if you don’t feel like preordering now just by sharing.

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Scarlet Thread Updates

If you’ve read part one of Scarlet Thread you know it ends on a cliffhanger – my plan was to finish the *complete* story and publish one full book.

However as I’m learning with Shearwater, I tend to write long stories. Shearwater will be over 130,000 words and I don’t want to break it up into chunks because it’s one big epic.

For Scarlet Thread, however, it makes more sense to split the first major plot line in half so books one and two are around 75K each.

What that means…

Book one will end about 3 chapters after it currently does; I’ll just upload a new version and get Amazon to notify everyone. Then the story will continue in book two, with all new content.

The Dark Legends boxset will have the updated book one – I’ll also be giving out a lot of copies when Scarlet Thread launches, and hope to have book two up soon after (February 2017).

So you can enter this giveaway and get the boxset to win lots of books and get the updated version of Scarlet Thread, or wait until I release the individual book if you aren’t interested in Dark Legends.

Thanks!

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20 YA paranormal romance and urban fantasy books based on myths and legends

Most of my YA dark fantasy books are based on mythology or legends so I was excited to get a spot in the boxset anthology of full-length PNR and UF books coming out in January 2017 called Dark Legends.

I’ve been working on Shearwater (and I’m only 5 chapters from the end) but am switching gears so I can finish Scarlet Thread and include it in this anthology. My book will be 2.99 but start with some free and 99cent promotions (sign up to my list to make sure you get a free copy). If you like Scarlet Thread and are willing to support me by buying the full book, it should be out in December. OR you can get it along with 19 other books for 99cents by buying the Dark Legends boxset. That’s a much better deal, but you’ll have to wait a little longer (mid January) to start reading it.

Here’s the sales copy:

Don’t miss this collection of more than twenty unique twists in paranormal romance and urban fantasy, providing over one million words of supernatural suspense that will transport you to new worlds with smoking hot action and heart-throttling adventure!

The DARK LEGENDS boxed set includes: Mermaids, Sirens, Shifters, Vampires, Dragons, Sorcerers, Warriors, Angels, Faeries, Demons, Witches, Psychics, Ghosts, Mythology, Folk Tales, Legends, Dark Magic, Time Travel, and More!

 

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Links:

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M27CAGU
Nookhttp://www.barnesandnoble.com/…/dark…/1124659666
Kobohttps://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/dark-legends-1
iBookshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1156914318

 

Participating Authors

  • T.F. Walsh with Demon’s Mark 
  • Monica Corwin with Soulless
  • J.L. Weil with White Raven
  • Laxmi Hariharan with Redemption
  • JA Culican with The Keeper of Dragons
  • Muffy Wilson and The Para-Portage of Emily
  • GK DeRosa with Wilder: The Guardian Series
  • Marilyn Peake with Shade
  • Kevin McLaughlin with By Darkness Revealed
  • Carissa Ann Lynch with Midnight Moss
  • Vivienne Savage with Making Waves
  • Anna Hub with Beyond the Shadows
  • HJ Lawson with New Order
  • Emma Nichols with Blood Moon
  • Shelley Munro with Claimed & Seduced
  • J.A.Armitage with Two of Clubs
  • Leilani Love with Violca’s Dragon
  • Demelza Carlton with Ocean’s Gift
  • Xyla Turner with Broken Treaty
  • D.S. Murphy with Scarlet Thread
  • Jeremy Williams with Winemaker of the North

Scarlet Thread Update

Scarlet Thread is by far my most popular book, with almost 50,000 downloads – the second half of book one is roughly sketched out but since I need to finish it quickly this month I’m also calling for plot recommendations. If you’ve read part one and would like to suggest a plot twist, character development or something you’d like to see happen, please comment on this Facebook post!

 

 

 

Nanowrimo 2016… writing retreat in a castle! (Sponsored by Derek Murphy)

I started planning Nanowrimo 2016 in December of last year. I booked a castle for an entire month in January. I didn’t know who was going to come… but I knew spending Nanowrimo 2016 in a castle with a group of authors was exactly the kind of thing I wanted to be known for.

And it’s really happening.

I gave away a few slots to writers, and invited some USA Today and NYT bestselling authors to join.

Now in just a few weeks, we’ll move into Chateau de Cadres and get busy writing. We’ll also do visit some other castles in the area, do a little archery and horse-back riding, and other medieval things. But mostly, writing. I’m really excited to finish part 2 of Shearwater and hopefully Scarlet Thread this winter – part 1 of both have been downloaded over 50,000 times this year, and readers keep emailing me asking for the rest of the story.

So that’s excited. I can’t wait to finish and get the whole book out!

If you’re doing Nanowrimo 2016, you can follow me here.

28 best dark fantasy books for Fallen movie fans!

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I just watched the Fallen movie trailer and it looks epic! I’m pretty excited because Lauren Kate’s books were influential when I started writing (also, I did my PhD Thesis on Paradise Lost so fallen angels are kind of my thing).

I threw together another giveaway for 28 dark fantasy books. The winner will also get this awesome pair of black feather wings and a feather charm bracelet.

>>Click here to enter<<

Because there are so many books in this giveaway, and we’re traveling (Ireland, en route to France), this giveaway will be for ebook versions of all the books + the wings and feathers.

How to win: sign up to get your “lucky URL” – when you share the giveaway you’ll have a special link – anybody who signs up with that link gives you extra entries. So you can put that link everywhere – add the giveaway picture, tag some friends, get them to share and retweet for you. I’ll have some runnerups that win just 3 of these books – you can comment on the 3 you want to read on the Facebook page here and I’ll pick five winners.

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Shearwater and Scarlet Thread updates!

Shearwater and Scarlet Thread are my most popular books – I’m working on Part 2 of Shearwater now (in Ireland!) and thought I’d post some updates. Firstly, this book is kicking my ass. I’ve only gotten 10 chapters passed the end of Part One and have 20 to go. Here’s a sneak preview…

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I’ve never been satisfied with the cover, so I tried to make a new one… but when I posted it on Facebook almost everyone preferred the original. I’ll try some more and ask for feedback once I have some final options.

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This is our (amazing) apartment in Portrush. So much space, great for writing.

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This is our neighborhood:

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I had hoped to finish Shearwater but the end of September, but it’s not going as quickly as I’d hoped. I wanted to have it out by Halloween but that’s looking unlikely, so probably in November…

In November we’ll be living in a castle in France, and I plan to finish Scarlet Thread (by far the most popular). I’d like to get a new cover for it as well. If I have time this year I’ll finish Orpheum and Prescient.

Since my first books are free, I’m not earning any money from my writing yet and still need to work, which means, less writing time. Hopefully by the end of the year I’ll have four full books out earning some money, so I can focus on writing and get more stories out to you (I have so many stories!)

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