Showing posts from December, 2012

The Keeper is in print!

The Keeper is out in paperback!

I feel the need to celebrate. I found out on Christmas Eve, the night before my birthday, (yes, I was born Christmas day) that my eBook was available in paperback format. Happy Birthday to me! One of my publisher ladies, Lisa, of Decadent Publishing posted a message on my fan page to let me know of the paperback. I like how she just sneaked it in there.

First week of January is also the one year anniversary of The Keeper. It was one short year ago that I was going crazy before release day. I was trying to find reviewers, working with Megan McDade to set up a blog tour, filling in spotlight requests, blogging, and answering interview questions. My head was spinning. This year it won't be as crazy so I plan to enjoy it. Not that I didn't enjoy last year, but it was stressful.

I'm excited for the paperback. Now I'll have something tangible to sign that my fans can read. I'll be touring with the girls from YA At Heart Book Tour soon. W…

Protect Us Blog Tour

Today I'd like to welcome Tressa Messenger to my blog. She's on her blog tour for the Protector series. But first before we get into any of that, I would like to wish her a "Happy one year anniversary"! Yay, congratulations! =)
Okay, moving on...  (oh, and don't forget to enter the rafflecopter below for a giveaway).

Anna-Marie and Alessandro work hard to provide a stable life for their only child, Gemma.The child that was bestowed to them by their goddess Ameretat for reasons still unknown.Like Alessandro’s mother did to him, Anna-Marie works diligently to protect her special daughter and lead her away from following in her father’s footsteps in becoming a Protector.Weeks before Gemma’s eighteenth birthday Gemma has a magical night with a boy, Ford Chase, who just may have been “the one”.They laughed and danced and kissed under the moon light.That is before he was forcefully taken away from her by a Rogue.Gemma desperately chases after them, but to no avail.Hea…

Party Like It's The End Of The World


Sins of the Fallen, by Daniele Lanzarotta

Today I'm excited to be spotlighting author Daniele Lanzarotta with her newest, "Sins of the Fallen" (I love that title, and I love the cover). Sins of the Fallen is book #3 in the Academy of the Fallen series which has received great reviews.  

And now, here is a synopsis by Daniele's character, Hunter:

I knew how much Kayla had changed over the past few weeks, but it was nothing compared to what I had seen in her from the moment we stepped into this place. The Kayla from before she learned about this world, was gone. She was already attached to some of their kind and I could see that she felt as if it was her responsibility to protect them all, the haunted and the fallen. She was starting to put them before her in every decision she made. It started sometime before we left the Academy where her father is in charge. After her incubus half-brother and his allies attacked the Academy, we managed to leave and take shelter here. Only, everything about this plac…