Sweet Blood of Mine is FREE on Amazon for the next few days. If you know of anyone who might enjoy it, please spread the word! https://amzn.to/2I85bbQ
What's your favorite revenge story? Speaking of revenge, OC Book 10 is out in audio format.
Guess what dropped just in time for the weekend?
Last night I dreamed that Phyllis from The Office was shooting a brain with teeth from her mouth. It would latch onto people and turn them into brain zombies while covering them in slime. After a car full of my friends were turned to Phyllis zombies, I ran into a two story house, went upstairs, and performed parkour to escape.
But Phyllis had agents everywhere and they found me in Decatur Square. I jumped up on a car and started yelling. I said, "Help! There's a woman turning... people into zombies and she looks just like Phyllis from The Office!"
This got everyone's attention and we started rounding up the zombies. But we had to be careful not to let them puke brains on us, or they'd turn us to zombies too. Then Phyllis showed up and she glared at me. A brain protruded from her mouth, teeth glistening with slime.
Someone gave me a gun, and it was time to save the world. "You won't be Phyllin so good when I'm done with you!" I shouted. I charged towards my nemesis. Phyllis charged me.
Then my alarm went off and I woke up.
What do you prefer, audio books or reading? In other news, Wicked War of Mine is now available in audio!
Tag your top 2 authors you think people should read next. Thanks to last week's question about new authors, I've added a lot to my reading list. Let's show other authors some love.
Book 7 in the excellent Vesik series by Eric Asher is out!
Vesik 7, Witch Queen's War is live!
There's a turning point in every war, but I didn't expect this one to be in my front yard. Allies of the Fae king have moved... against the military stationed in Saint Charles. Our unsteady alliances are threatening to fracture, providing the water witches and vampires an opportunity to strike. With losses on both sides, things are far more dire than we realized, and the return of a long-forgotten enemy has made that clear. Thankfully, I know a very grumpy parrot.
Good news! Conrad Edison and the Infernal Design is now available on Kindle Unlimited. This means that I'll have to pull it from B&N and iTunes because it has to be exclusive with Amazon to be on KU. Enjoy!
Get it here: http://amzn.to/2xhx7FH