Hello! 2022 has been quite a year. I’ve continued my inability to concentrate on television or movies, so there’ll be no recap of what shows I’ve enjoyed or movies I’ve watched. The answer is none. Always none. I have hit a slight reading slump, preferring rereading favorites or sticking with trusted authors. However! I have been writing. Here’s what I’ve done and a peek at what’s in store.Continue reading “End of Year Recap, 2022”
It’s that time of the year. No, not that one. Nope, not that one either. Wait…no, stay on track! This isn’t about holidays, it’s about the most wonderful, hectic stressful time of the year! It’s time for National Novel Writing Month, where authors near and far scramble to write 50,000 words in 30 days.
With the Wolves of Sorrow the perfect length for a NaNo project and Sorcha giving me fits, I’ve chosen to throw my sanity through a shredder and try to work out the kinks of the story under a series deadline.Continue reading “Teaser Tuesday -Wolves of Sorrow: Sorcha”
Today, I’m stepping back into Barif, the new home of the wolves of Sorrow for a sweet flash piece. During Izabel’s book, she and her mate fly over a scenic area of waterfalls unlike anything remaining on Earth Prime. They aren’t able to stop. So much had happened and Ranoch needed to return to Korlyn’s Glen, but he promised his Izabel they’d return. This is their first trip.
Warning: this story may be NSFW and references events in both Izabel and the upcoming book, Jelayan. I don’t think they’re spoilers, but as always YMMV.
The photo which inspired this flash piece is one I took at Mt. Ranier National Park in Washington State. The waterfall is one of many flowing down the mountain, and it’s as cold as the glacier which feeds it.Continue reading “Flash Fiction Friday -An Unexpected Holiday”
Today, I’m participating in Ellen Mint’s amazing Halloween giveaway. Thirteen days of paranormal romance books featuring vampires, werewolves, ghosts, and even a Rifaniir security director!Continue reading “Ellen Mint’s Halloween PNR Countdown”
I’m going a different route with this Thrifty Thursday. Instead of focusing on the weird stuff which often lurks at thrift stores, I’ve chosen some photos I’ve taken of places which have an alien feel. This is to celebrate the upcoming release of my third scifi romance Wolves of Sorrow: Izabel, and the sale (the thrifty part of this post) of the first in the series: Shoba.
Let’s explore the alien landscapes here on Earth Prime with a bit of background on the pack when they lived in Sorrow.Continue reading “Thrifty Thursday: Aliens”