Draxton’s Destiny releases next week! Wheee! This novel has been a wild ride from start to finish. Originally written in serial flash format using prompts, Draxton suffered far too many years of attempted revisions until I settled on a full rewrite. It didn’t come easy, but with only one week remaining until it’s out in the world, I can honestly say I’m absolutely thrilled with the end result. This week’s teaser is another deleted scene, the last full interlude I wrote then discarded. I hope you enjoy it, and Draxton’s Destiny.Continue reading “Teaser Tuesday -Draxton’s Destiny”
Draxton’s Destiny is one week closer to release, and I’m
terrified excited to see what everyone thinks of the wounded sergeant and his Minshaari. Last week, I presented an interlude from the Ravyn’s point of view which was cut from the final novel as extraneous information. This week is no different. Read on for a deleted scene featuring my original space boys, Petri and Grokhaar.
The photo which inspired this flash piece is one I took at Lake Wenatchee in Washington State. The piece of driftwood, snarled and smoothed by time and water, looked (to me) like a dryad emerging from a protective shell of roots. The story took off from there. Enjoy!Continue reading “Flash Fiction Friday – The Dryad’s Grove”
Draxton’s Destiny is approaching its release date, so I thought I’d share a few thoughts on the book, a peek at the early reviews, and a deleted scene that I loved but didn’t fit.Continue reading “Teaser Tuesday -Draxton’s Destiny”
In August, fellow author Ellen Mint is coordinating an amazing giveaway of over a hundred books divided into Contemporary, Paranormal, and Historical subgenre grab bags. Each bag will contain several books in the subgenre.
I’ve placed two of mine in the giveaway, both first in their series. Subject 5691: Petri, first book of the Edgeworld Chronicles, and Shoba, first book in the Wolves of Sorrow series. Keep an eye on this space or head over to Ellen’s blog to follow her. We’ll have more information as the giveaway approaches.