I’m back! And much sooner than six or nine months, eh? I’m trying to get into the hang of posting more regularly. Heck, I think I burned out on blogs/websites/social media ages ago (yes, I remember CompuServe). But I still want to connect with my readers so I keep this website and Instagram and Bookbub and Pinterest.
And here’s some great contest opportunities! I’m part of a multi-author promotion. If you want to follow me on Bookbub (follow link at the contest page) you will get a chance to win a Kindle eReader! Click here for that contest.
If you want to follow me on Instagram (again the link is at the contest page) you will get a chance to win a 6-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited! Click here for that contest. (You can enter both.) My Instagram account is mostly cats, succulents, crystals, and daily walk stuff, with the occasional book announcement. It’s just a place where you can get to know me better. I love the visual media!
And speaking of visual…if you’re ever curious about the images, faces, and places that inspire my stories, check out my Pinterest account. I have pages for each of my hero/heroine pairs; just page down to see where they begin in alphabetical order by the hero’s name.
Now, a few weeks ago, I rereleased BEAUTIFUL DANGER, a story set in my world of Beautiful Creatures. It features a human heroine who slays vampires and…the hero is a vampire. He’s an extremely tortured vamp (literally). You see, the werewolves held him captive and forced him to fight against his own kind to the death. He walked away alive, but not without some serious physical and mental issues. I adore this hero. I just want to sweep him into my arms and tell him everything is going to be okay. But since I don’t live on the page, I gave him the perfect heroine to do that for me. Add in some cello and violin music (yes, I’m an orchestra geek), action and danger, Paris, and plenty of sensuality, and this is one of my favorite stories.
A heads up on my next rerelease: The Vampire Hunter. Also, watch for a Halloween sale (of which, I haven’t quite figured out what to do, but I will!) toward the end of October.