Happy Sunday, friends and family! The Witcher Chime will be available for Nook, Kobo, Kindle, and over at Smashwords, which will
make it available on iBooks. It will also be available in print at B&N.com and Amazon.com.During the next week I will be posting links to the different sites for any available pre-orders. It’s up for pre-order for Kindle already so I’m adding that link here. (Pre-orders really help the book’s rankings!) Please share and spread the word to friends who love to read new horror stories. The release date is 07/31/16. I am thrilled. <3 Thank you!
I just want to clear up a little something about Phantom Limb Itch, which is book two in my gargoyle series. Most feel Scales (book one) is YA, and understandably so. That’s fine for book one. Book two, is not YA. It is adult urban fantasy. It is vary dark and there are elements of horror throughout, along with other adult themes. The biggest reason for this change is because Tessa, herself, is growing up. In book one she was age eighteen and freshly emancipated from being raised by a “gaggle” of nuns. In Phantom she’s been forced to ditch any remaining adolescence. We can’t expect our dear girl to stay young. Tessa isn’t a child any longer and she doesn’t act like one in book two.
I’m working on the rewrite for PHANTOM LIMB ITCH right now and it’s crazy exciting to see how The Fate and Fire Trilogy will progress with the release of Book 2. My publisher is gearing up over at Strigidae Publishing and they’ve hinted about the cover design. Cover reveals are one of my favorite parts of the process. A good cover will be relevant and encompass a project in an image. They nailed it with SCALES. I’m dying to see the cover for PHANTOM!
This is the first opportunity to purchase The Witcher Chime. This is also the first time I’ve ever been a part of a pre-order campaign for one of my projects, so it’s pretty exciting for me. You can pre-order the book at Amazon for release on July 31.
Cover Reveal for The Witcher Chime! Pre-order at Amazon.com for release on 07.31.16!
In 1922 and in 1988 a deadly, possessive entity imprints on members of the same family, ancient as Genesis and determined to be free. Savannah Caleman is the latest object of obsession in this chilling, historical tale of haunted legacy and terror.
I had a cool local book signing at The Bookman in Old Colorado City recently and I met some great people! If you’re a new subscriber who signed up for my newsletter at that event, welcome!
I’ll be speaking at the Pueblo West Library in Pueblo, Colorado, Saturday, July 23rd from 10-12. We’ll cover topics like pitching projects to publishers, and other important issues for writers. I’ll also have a few books on hand for signing. Come on out!
Bette Short of Georgia, Heather Estes of Florida, and Jamie Jackson of California!
These three lucky duckies won out of 970 entrants to win a free, personalized print copy of SCALES. I can’t wait to get them signed and in the mail. Thanks to everyone who entered the drawing. We’ll do it again sometime soon.
See the full review post here at Emily’s Book Review site.
“Scales is about a young woman, Tessa, who traveled to London for school. She finds a lot more than what she was expecting. A whole new world. Tessa is unexpectedly turned into a gargoyle in a local bookstore. Forced to leave everything behind, a dark force rises and takes someone dear to Tessa away. Tessa will discover secrets and horrors in this new world.
Scales is fantastic! I’m so happy I was able to read a well-written fantasy novel that isn’t cliche. I would have never thought of a book about gargoyles. It is really cool to step into this new world that Tessa is brought into.
I felt Scales was very faced pace which I enjoyed because I was never bored. I felt that there is a great balance of good and evil in the book. I also love the relationship between Tessa and Bree. It showed true friendship because every obstacle Tessa faced, she pushed forward so she could save Bree. Ms. Green did an awesome job! Five stars!”
Change is Fate’s little sister. Fate and I shared a long, hateful history, where Change and I were virtual strangers. Change can make you or break you, just like Fate. I’ve let them do both. The trick is to embrace what they bring.
I was nineteen the first time I killed another person. Blood dripped from my claws, and I
just stared as he went. I stood over him, watching his paling face while sight left his eyes, breath left his lungs and his soul went straight to hell.
There’d been a time when I didn’t even like to watch such scenes play out in a movie. Change played time like a fiddle while Fate watched me dance.
I hated to love my new life. Most nights I raged inside. Some nights I remembered the girl I was in another lifetime—a pastel-tinted, musical, lonely life in the sunshine. Those times were a few short months ago that felt like decades on the day. Sometimes I wondered if my new way of life was also my own, personal brand of mourning for the girl I used to be. . . .