Writing Updates

September has been a great month so far, and I have a few things to share with you…

First, I’ve been traveling the web a bit. Deanna Jewel is interviewing me on her blog today, and I believe this is the first time I’ve been asked how I spend my time these days. Hope you can stop by and check it out 🙂 If you get a chance to stop by, please comment. One lucky commentor will win their choice of one of my published e-books! Click here to take a look

Kayelle Allen featured one of my colors on her Romance Lives Forever blog last week, and I was so immersed in the party then that I forgot to post it here! Here’s the link.

As I work on “”Dark Sentinels Book Three: Parrish,” (I’ll tell you more about that when you scroll down) Sky Purington invited me to her blog to feature the “Dark Sentinels” series up to this point (Prequel, Book One, and Book Two). Please show Sky some love for me 🙂

Event cover final

Second, the “Unforgettable Lovers” Multi-author Book Party is over, and I announced winners today. In the announcement post, I show all of the books and links from the event plus the original post links to make navigation easy. Take a look when you can. The POV posts are really entertaining. Click here to see the final winner announcement post.

Finally, regarding “Dark Sentinels Book Three: Parrish,” I’m coming along. Finally settled on Parrish. Here’s his pic…

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I’ll show you the working cover in a few weeks…Meanwhile, here’s the working blurb…

Parrish Blurb – DS3

In dire need of a respite, Dana flees to a remote area to commission the designs of a famous, yet reclusive architect few have ever seen, but their meeting ignites events so powerful, neither of their lives will ever be the same.

Dana Rainwater is a professional musician suffering from stress induced fatigue. Constant travel, public appearances, demands from everyone around her, and lack of privacy have left her hollow, empty. A child prodigy, there has been no time for love or affection. Her life has been filled with constant coddling and overprotection from her mother, and the pressure to live up to her potential above all else. Coupled with a chronic life-altering disease, she is willing to go to any lengths to find the life she’s been missing.

Wolf sentinel shifter Vadrian Parrish was born to a high calling, but his increasingly disturbing visions render him nearly inaccessible to others, unable to fulfill his purpose. Caverns of murdered wolves plague his sleep, their howls and cries ever present, constant reminders of his failure, until he hears her music… Dana Rainwater.

My goal is to release “Dark Sentinels Book Three: Parrish” in December. I don’t believe in luck where I’m concerned, so wish me discipline and minimal distractions. LOL