Hello! Yes, I meant this to go out last week, but my brain is currently a sponge that’s been squeezed for all it’s worth. There’s just no words remaining in there. I managed to soak up a few over the weekend, so I’m going to do a recap of the book festival I attended. Let’s hope this makes sense!
I’ve been working on an exciting new project, and it’s just about ready for release. This one is completely disconnected from my other series. It’s romantic urban fantasy set in the deep south – Montgomery, AL, to be exact – with the city’s beauty and its ugliness. It’s in final editing now, so I’m hoping for a winter release. Stay tuned for ARC opportunities!
Hello, everyone! There’s been some work behind the scenes that’s slowly working its way through the various systems, so I thought I’d chatter to you about it. First up, The Wolves of Sorrow: Sorcha is the final book waiting to leave KDP Select. What does that mean? It means none of my titles will be available via Kindle Unlimited. They’ve had a good run there, but it’s just not worth limiting them to a single…
Yes, I announced this was the plan a few weeks ago, and it’s finally here. Mostly. I’m still waiting on some retailers, but they’re marked as taking longer so I’ll go with what I have. I’m using Draft2Digital as the aggregate site which pushes to the larger markets like Kobo, Apple, and Barnes & Noble, and I am placing the entire series in Kobo Plus. They’ll also be available on Overdrive, so ask your library…
Sorcha, the fifth book in the Wolves of Sorrow series, is now live on Amazon. Searching for her place on Barif, Sorcha buried herself in her studies. That is until Zahar walked into her life and walked away with her heart. Now she’s trying to navigate a relationship, an assessment exercise, and an unknown saboteur with a certain wolf in their sights.
Jelayan, the fourth book in the Wolves of Sorrow series, is now live on Amazon. Check out the warrior wolf and her spymaster mate as they travel across the provinces in search of the person behind the growing violence in Warrior’s Weald. Visit the port city of Enisen Point, the deserts of the Kaviai Plains, and Smoke and Mirrors, the flagship casino berthed off the cost of Port Ciroc.
f Things It’s been a frantic few weeks here with the big giveaway over on Ellen Mint‘s page followed by the upcoming release of Wolves of Sorrow: Izabel (two weeks! *internal screaming*). In between the promo of those I’ve been working on my secret project, plotting out the next two books in the Wolves of Sorrow series, while trying to settle on the direction of the Ravyn’s book which will conclude the Edgeworld Chronicles.
In the middle of what’s already been a stressful, infuriating year, I’m continuing to work on my projects and expand on the universes which I’ve had so much fun creating. With Draxton settled into Seshinaar with his Minshaari, I’ve turned my focus back to Barif and the Wolves of Sorrows series.
Draxton’s Destiny, the sequel of Subject 5691: Petri, is now available on Amazon in ebook, paperback, and in Kindle Unlimited. This book was a labor of love, and sometimes there was a lot more on the side of labor than love, but I feel it was worth it. So please, go! Buy if you can, read on KU if you think it may suit you, or considering sharing on your socials.
This is your seven day warning! Brienne, second in the Wolves of Sorrow series, releases on Monday, March 14. In preparation, and maybe to entice folks to give my hybrid wolves and their Rifaniir mates a try, I’m running a sale on the first in the series, Shoba. Details below.