I’ll be doing a guest blog at ParaYourNormal today and talking about lesser known creatures and why they’ve fascinated me over the years. Come check it out!
So if you’re still on the fence about whether to put my book on your TBR pile, you’ll get a chance to see if it’s worth it because I have a Review Tour coming up in a few days. Even if you’re still not convinced, you should still comment because there will be a drawing for a $15 gift card at the end. Sounds good?
A huge thanks to Goddess Fish Promotions for putting this together for me.
It’s finally here and I’m thrilled beyond all get out. The Light at the End of Judgement and Day has been released. Woohoooooooo! Make sure you purchase your copy today in my new Urban Fantasy series from Mocha Memoir Press. Blurb
Violinist and angel, Yvette Mills has spent almost 200 years living among humans while rounding up ghosts to send into Judgment. Back on the mend from her last confrontation with a malevolent entity, she’s ready to reenter the classical-music scene. One problem. She’s not facing one ghost. She’s facing hundreds with a few demonic entities sprinkled in.
Dozens of tenants have left the Folsom Building in downtown Charlotte because of the strange goings on. When Yvette’s agent goes for the bargain-basement rental prices and now has an office there, her mission is clear. Rid the building of the paranormal vermin to keep him and the few tenants left, safe. It won’t be easy when a psychic, who’s leading a team of paranormal investigators, discovers she can see ghosts, too.
With a job this big, Yvette will need all the help she can get. But if they discover her angelic identify, hell will become her new home.
If you’re going to be in the Roanoke area, drop by MystiCon. Here’s where I’ll be…
10pm: Iron Author
Noon: Exposition in SF and Fantasy
2pm: Ending Stories with a Bang or a Whimper (M)
11am: How to Get Rejected
Come check it out! I’m talking about females portrayed in horror movies and how things have changed throughout the years.
You read that right. Alexa York will live on in STRICKEN, thanks to the fabulous publishing house of Purple Sword Publications. Now whether not I’m going to keep that series name is another story. That was just me playing around because I have Harry Potter on the brain and have no clue as to why. Anyway, no word on a release date, but I’m pretty sure it’ll be some time this year. Nevertheless, you’ll know as soon as I do because I’m planning some release-day promo around that date, which will probably come with a giveaway or two.
Check out the blurb…
Personal tragedy convinces half-werewolf Alexa York to get away to the town of McCormick, Pennsylvania where she’s charged with protecting Dr. Aiden Joss, physician to the supernatural community. Not only does she need the money, she needs the distraction. Unfortunately, she gets it in spades when Joss’s personal issues and a myriad of dangerously sick patients make her new job nearly impossible.
A mysterious disease is running its way through the New York Order of the Amazons and leaving bodies in its wake. The same warrior who had chosen her clan over Joss has asked for him help. Even though the disease is real, Alexa has reason to believe his ex’s sincerity is not.
Given the other numerous problems she has to deal with that are outside of her job description, Dr. Joss might be the biggest threat to his own safety. But, protecting him comes first. That’s difficult to do when his efforts to find an antidote put everyone in his remote clinic in danger, including Alexa.
Mocha Memoirs Press is celebrating Women in Horror month and I couldn’t be prouder than to be a part of that. To celebrate, they’re posting Teasing Terrifying Tuesday blog posts and Frightening Friday blog posts every Tuesday and Friday this month. Check out the amazing authors scheduled below and be sure to tune in.