Araphel Release Event

Join me Thursday 9/21 at 8-10pm EST (on Facebook) for the Araphel (Daughter of Mars Book 2) release event!

https://www.facebook.com/events/860828650745696/

Q&A, chat, play some games, and win prizes:

$20 Amazon gift card
2 signed paperbacks of Araphel
2 signed paperbacks of The Hand of Raziel (book 1)
3 ebooks (winner’s choice from my backlist)

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Daughter of Mars Series page

 Humans have killed for land since the dawn of civilization, and in 2418, the fight has moved to Mars. Colonies formed by the two greatest governments of Earth compete for space on the red planet, where borders shift with every drop of blood. Amid this war rises the Pueri Verum Martis; a secretive resistance movement that rejects both governments and seeks to define Mars as a sovereign world.

Risa Black is a true daughter of Mars―a cybernetically augmented spy, assassin, and patriot wanted as well as feared by both sides. Many soldiers facing insurmountable odds ask help from higher powers.

In her case, however, the angel speaks back.


 

Convergence .99 sale

Starting tomorrow (9/12/17), Convergence (Book 1 of the Winter Solstice series) will be on sale for .99!


From J.R. Rain, the international bestselling author of over seventy novels, and bestselling author Matthew S. Cox, comes their first co-written fantasy thriller, CONVERGENCE!

Solstice Winters has spent most of her life halfway between normal society and the world of her magical parents. However, when getting caught between two worlds becomes more than metaphorical, being able to summon light or open locks might not be enough.

Neither her love life nor her professional life are going anywhere in a hurry. Her boyfriend is successful and handsome, but she constantly has to compete with his job for affection. At thirty-two, she works as a photojournalist for The Spiritualist, a small paper dedicated to magic and the supernatural – that most people regard as a tabloid. Desperate for that ‘one break,’ she’ll do almost anything to get that big story and get into a ‘real’ media outlet.

Years of always not quite fitting in begin to make sense after an error at a particle physics laboratory alters the dimensional alignment of the world, strengthening magic and revealing an unexpected truth to Solstice.

She’s not even human.

In the wake of an event her boss at the paper is calling The Convergence, magical beings are appearing all over the Earth. Solstice doesn’t hesitate, racing to be the first to capture indisputable evidence of mythical beasts. Alas, being a magical creature herself, she soon winds up in the cross-hairs of not only a three-letter government agency, but an ancient sect of mages with dark intentions.

 

Grab it here:

Also in paperback:

Cover Reveal | Andrew Buckley – Hair In All the Wrong Places 2

Hi all. The below is a guest post from Andrew Buckley regarding his latest release, Hair In All the Wrong Places 2.

Happy reading!


Last year, HAIR IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES by Andrew Buckley introduced us to teenage werewolf, Colin Strauss, and the creepy and strange town of Elkwood. The book was released by Month9Books and was also picked up by Scholastic Book Clubs in North America. Now it’s time for things to get hairier . . .

Today is the official cover reveal for HAIR IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES 2: THE PERILS OF GROWING UP WEREWOLF! Below you’ll find the official cover along with links to pre-order your copy! The official release date is October 3rd (just a couple of days before this year’s full hunter’s moon) so mark your calendars!

You can check out Buckley’s interview with Month9Books regarding what you can expect from the sequel, why he decided to write a werewolf series in the first place, introducing the new villain, and a couple of hints about the mystery surrounding Jeremy.

Happy Howling!


Being a werewolf is no picnic. Colin’s constantly hungry, spends a ton of time shaving, and fights to keep his emotions in check to avoid turning into a giant, drooling, hairy, smelly, howling wolf. But Colin’s not the only creature hanging around the town of Elkwood. Vampires, zombies, goblins, ogres, and other questionable visitors and their various shenanigans have got everyone on edge.

Colin just wants to live a normal life, date, and get his homework done on time. But the town of Elkwood needs him. So when a secret government organization asks for his help, will he be able to control the animal inside, or will he give in to the perils of growing up werewolf?


Pre-order on Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/Wrong-Places-Perils-Growing-Werewolf-ebook/dp/B074TZJNK9

Pre-Order on Barnes & Noble – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/hair-in-all-the-wrong-places-2-andrew-buckley/1126978969

Purchase Book #1 – https://www.amazon.com/dp/1942664982

Month9Books Interview – http://month9books.tumblr.com

Andrew Buckley’s Website – http://www.andrewbuckleyauthor.com/

DF Anthology – Sale

Greetings!

Quick update – the Divergent Fates Anthology is on sale today and tomorrow on a Kindle countdown. The ebook version is .99 today and tomorrow, going to $1.99 the next day, $2.99 the day after that, and back to the normal price of $3.99 after.

Once again, thank you to all the authors who contributed to the anthology!

Happy reading!

Blog tour | The Eldritch Heart

Happy almost-end-of July!

It’s an exciting few days coming up with three new releases coming out almost back to back. On July 27 (tomorrow), look for The Dysfunctional Conspiracy [with Christoper Veltmann]. Monday Jul 31 is the release date for Convergence [with JR Rain], and on August 1, The Eldritch Heart finally comes out (pun intended).

Check out the backstory here.

I’m pleased to be working with Xpresso Book Tours to host a blog/review tour in support of The Eldritch Heart’s release. You can check out the participating blogs on the schedule here:

July 31st
Loves Great Reads>> Excerpt
Full Moon Bites>>Guest post
Rainy Days and Pajamas>> Excerpt
Amies Book Reviews>> Review
Hike2Forty and beyond>> Spotlight

August 1st
SolaFide Book Club>> Guest post
Treestand Book Reviews>> Review
With Love for Books>> Review
Bookish Revelations>> Top 10 List

August 2nd
Girls With Books>> Excerpt
The Mortal Jessica>> Review
Brooke Blogs>> Excerpt
Celticladys Reviews>> Spotlight

August 3rd
CBY Book Club>> Excerpt
Bibliobakes>> Review
Urban Fantasy Investigations>> Excerpt
So Few Books>> Interview

August 4th
Jazzy Book Reviews>> Excerpt
Shomeret: Masked Reviewer>> Review
Casias Corner>> Review
Abooktropolis>> Review
The Avid Reader>> Review

August 7th
BookWorm8619 😉>> Excerpt
Everything Alyce>> Review
Literature Love>> Review

August 8th
RiverMoose-Reads>> Top 10 List
QueenBeeBooks>> Excerpt
50 Book Challenge>> Excerpt

August 9th
Shh, I am Reading>> Excerpt
Style Reader>> Guest post
The Cover Contessa>> Interview
Book Huntress World>> Review
Hot Off the Shelves>> Review

August 10th
All Things Dark & Dirty>> Excerpt
Hauntedbybooks13>> Review
Reviews in the City>> Interview
Adventures Thru Wonderland>> Review

August 11th
Ms. J Mentions>> Review
Second Run Reviews>> Top 10 List
Bookgasms Book Blog>> Review
Two Ends of the Pen>> Interview

Cover Reveal | Convergence

Greetings all!

I’m excited to be able to share the cover for an upcoming urban fantasy thriller I had the pleasure of writing with JR Rain!

Convergence, the first in the new Winter Solstice series, is coming out later this month. Eugene Teplitsky from Curiosity Quills has created the wonderful cover.

Also, another collaborative effort between JR and myself, Silver Light, will be following soon, though I don’t have a specific release date yet.


Solstice Winters has spent most of her life halfway between normal society and the world of her magical parents. However, when getting caught between two worlds becomes more than metaphorical, being able to summon light or open locks might not be enough.

Neither her love life nor her professional life are going anywhere in a hurry. Her boyfriend is successful and handsome, but she constantly has to compete with his job for affection. At thirty-two, she works as a photojournalist for The Spirtualist, a small paper dedicated to magic and the supernatural―that most people regard as a tabloid. Desperate for that ‘one break,’ she’ll do almost anything to get that big story and get into a ‘real’ media outlet.

Years of always not quite fitting in begin to make sense after an error at a particle physics laboratory alters the dimensional alignment of the world, strengthening magic and revealing an unexpected truth to Solstice.

She’s not even human.

In the wake of an event her boss at the paper is calling The Convergence, magical beings are appearing all over the Earth. Solstice doesn’t hesitate, racing to be the first to capture indisputable evidence of mythical beasts. Alas, being a magical creature herself, she soon winds up in the cross-hairs of not only a three-letter government agency, but an ancient sect of mages with dark intentions.