So excited about this one! What a fun story to write, and my
first endeavor into an urban fantasy world.
Off today for my first real book signing in St. Cloud, Florida. (If you are in the area, it’s being held at the library. Come by and say hi. There will be over 50 authors there.)
But before I leave, I just had to let you know that my first Boxed Set, Books 1 and 2 of my Wake-Robin Ridge series, is out! For those of you looking for a bargain, here it is. You can get my newest book, A Boy Named Rabbit, of course, and for only $.99 more, you can also get Book 1 of the series, Wake-Robin Ridge, normally $4.99, itself. Hope you’ll check it out!
Just a heads up that Megan Cundy’s Young Adult book, Serissa, will be free Friday, Saturday and Sunday. I know Megan from her blog, and though I haven’t finished reading her book yet, I’m sure I have followers it will appeal to. She has a different take on angels and a story that involves pop music, along with the romance factor. Check it out. Did I mention it’s free?
My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars and A Lot of Romantic Swooning
Let me get it out of the way up front: This series made me “squeeeeeeeeee” like a fifteen-year old fangirl! I admit it. I’m a hopeless romantic, and a growing fan of steampunk, and the series worked for me on every level. It was crazy good, for what it is. Is it “Great Literature?” Probably not. Do I care? Definitely not. Why? Because I was pulled into the world from the very first book, Clockwork Angel, and wasn’t sent back to the merely mundane (pun intended) world until the last page of the last book, Clockwork Princess. And frankly, I really didn’t want to return to reality at all. I wanted the story to go on and on and on, kinda like the theme song from Titanic! Read more…
My Rating: 3-1/2 Stars of 5…(I think)
Well. Sandman Slim is one of those books that makes me crazy. I love it. I hate it. It’s hilarious. It’s disgusting. It’s dark and disturbing. It’s so over the top, it’s silly. It’s all of the above, and probably a whole lot more I haven’t even thought of yet. And I thought every one of of these things while reading it, from one page to the next. I would decide to just scrap it because it was Read more…
My Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Well, what to say about this little book? On the one hand, I liked that the hero of the book, Remy Chandler, was an angel on earth by choice, and not just one more Urban Fantasy staple, an irresistible Fallen Angel. And I liked the descriptions of Read more…
After finally finishing Cold Days and Monster Hunters Legion, both fairly long books that I moved rather slowly on (due strictly to time constraints and not the fault of either book in any way), I am feeling like a couple of lighter, shorter reads are in order. In one of my recent anthologies, Read more…
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