Christine Rains! Congratulations! She releases Fearless. She wrote this amazing story for the AtoZ Challenge, and if you missed it, you won’t want to miss it now. Imaginative, original, and fantastic, you’ll certainly be waiting with great anticipation for Christine’s next publication. Hope she doesn’t keep us waiting too long. I <3 Tawa.
Abby White was seven years old when she killed the monster under her bed. Now she slays creatures spawned by the fertile imaginations of children, and the number of these nightmares are on the rise. Neither she nor her guide – a stuffed hippo named Tawa – know why.
When she rescues Demetrius from an iron prison, he pledges his life to protect hers until he can return the favor. She doesn’t want the help. And how can she concentrate on her job when the gorgeous wild fae throws himself in front of her during every fight? No matter how tempting, she can’t take the time to lose herself to him.
To save the children and all she loves, Abby must be truly Fearless.
You can still sign up for her blogfest this Wednesday where we reveal our childhood monsters. Visit Christine.
Also congrats to Madeleine of Scribble and Edit. She releases her first ebook, Ultimate Sacrifice.
When Lyndsay hears the terrible news about her soldier boyfriend, Ben, she knows she must be strong; but just how strong, she is yet to discover… The story encompasses young love, tragic circumstances of war, heart-breaking let downs, temptation and youthful determination to surmount and survive all odds; with the reader wondering which direction Lyndsey will ultimately choose to go.
Stop at Amazon and click like, agree with tags, and download.
She’s also hosting a bloghop to go along with the release where we reveal a person we admire. It’s open until August 7th if you want to join in. Perhaps this isn’t quite what she meant. But I’d like to give heartfelt shoutouts to two friends who have stuck by me and encouraged me since before I created an author blog or website.
In the early days, I scribbled in obscurity. Kimberly Nicole cheered me on since the earliest incarnations of my never-released space opera series … maybe someday in the future after more revisions. She read all my meandering, rambling emails when I got stuck or didn’t know what to do, helped me come up with titles, figured out how to do trailers for me, and pretty much always says she likes my stories as I originally constructed them [after I revised them because of feedback]. We originally met on a Stargate site and have remained friends since. She’s been an awesome addition to my life.
The second is Loretta Stephenson. A fellow Oregonian on a quest for fulfilling her creative talents. She, too, cheered me on before I decided to become really serious about being a published author. She created a beautiful original drawing for Stopover at the Backworlds’ Edge when it was still a short story. It was a for a video that I no longer use, because the story changed to become a series. But Loretta has tirelessly cheered me on and always writes glowing reviews for all my work. She’s wonderful, and I’m better for knowing her.
Congrats again to Christine and Madeleine! I wish you both every success.
Curious to know what’s happening September 10th? Here’s a sneak peek. I’ll be making the official announcement on Friday, but I don’t mind if you peek.