I’m finally free to share the cover of Soul Ink with you! Soul Ink is a e-only novella, about 1/3 the length of a full novel, set between Free Agent and Armageddon Rules. It releases January 6th!
I’m heads down finishing up proofing for Armageddon Rules, but next week I’ll have the cover of Soul Ink revealed! It’s beautiful, and I’m looking forward to sharing it. Publishing moves slowly right up until it doesn’t, but soon, AR will be out of my hands and ready for yours.
I can finally share the cover for Armageddon Rules, Grimm Agency #2 with you! Without further delay, here it is (Click for bigger)… I love the colors in this, and it lines up well with the rest of the series, but what’s a cover reveal without a blurb? Marissa… Read more »
I’m spending this week getting Armageddon Rules whipped into shape based on my editor’s feedback. She’s fantastic, and I think you’re going to enjoy Marissa’s next adventure.
My Grimm Agency novella, Soul Ink, is now available to be added on Goodreads. If you need an Agency fix between now and Armageddon Rules, this is it!.
Today I’m over at Laura Kreitzer’s blog, talking about Hansel and Gretel REALLY should have ended. We all know the story. Candy house, diabetic kids, obese witch, and they go home happy to a father who tried to kill them. You can read more here.
Today, over on Jason Rust’s Puddintopia site, I’m talking about the most annoying fairy tale creatures, and why. Read on to get my breakdown on the bad, the worse, and the truly awful…
Today I’m over at rabid reads, participating in their “Stomp vs. Romp” contest. You can bet I came firmly down on the side of team stomp, as I tend to believe there’s nothing a good explosion won’t solve. There’s a give away as well!
Today I’m over at Sharon Johnston’s, talking about why fairy tales still appeal to us…
This post is my mentor for Brenda Drake’s pitchwars contest. In it you’ll find a little about me, what I’m like, and what I’m looking for: About Me: I’m a native Texan but I’ve lived so long in the Pacific Northwest, I melt at temperatures past 85 degrees. I’m a… Read more »