It’s release day for CK#1 Christian’s Promise! I’m excited about the premiere of the new series and hope you are, too. This series is a labor of love on my part, so it’s dear to me in a lot of ways. Christian’s Promise is available for purchase on Amazon and Smashwords.
Here are the buy links
Besides preparing for release day stuff, I’ll be working on edits for CK #2 and #3 this week. Tomorrow, Christian’s Promise (CK #1), is releasing. I always feel nervous before book releases and it never gets easier. To tell you the truth, I’m never really been “excited” about a release, I always feel the opposite. I worry a lot.
You can now pre-order Christain’s Promise on Amazon. Its official release date is 5.25.17
I’m not writing today, but I’m working on a few other projects. I’m finishing a mockup for a new cover (and hopefully getting it sent off to the publisher to get approved today too), and doing CK2 edits. I made some authors scream (literally) yesterday when they saw their cover art, AND I got books in the mail. So that’s my happy thoughts for the day.
What are you up today?
Look what I got in the mail today. I love packages like these 🙂
Okay, here’s my first “Teaser Tuesday”. I’m doing mostly graphic work today, but in-between that I’m working on edits for CK2. Here’s a small tease from the book. A little tidbit–“the list” is a hit list given to the vampires.
He handed the list to her. “Go to Caron and find Master Vallore. He’s the leader of the vampires. He’s the only one who can help you with this. Find him fast enough, and you may convince him to pardon someone on this list.”
Taking a deep breath, Addison snatched the paper. She opened it up and looked at the names, which were in alphabetical order by last name.
Covering her mouth when she read a name she knew, she began to cry, big tears rolling down her cheeks. She tried to hold them back, but couldn’t dam them.
He plucked the list from her hands and put it back in his pocket. He was observing her tears with silence, his expression hard. He spoke softly. “Make a decision, Miss Collins. You can’t outrun fate.”
He motioned with his head toward the hospital. “Choose your leader wisely. The time has come for your life to change. No more running.”
“I’m not ready.”
“Get ready, because you’re out of time.”