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2017 Mid-Year Review

Well hell, is it already the halfway point?

Thus far, 2017 has seen the release of Rising for Autumn back in February, and in July, book 4, Waking for Winter will come out with Loose Id. What does that mean? It means my final Philadelphia Coven Chronicles book will release!

This time last year, I was prepping the second Take to the Skies book, and I’m happy to say I just started writing the third and final, so you can probably look to the horizon for that release next year.

On the writing front, I’ve kept busy. I have a YA space opera project I’ve been jamming away at, as well as a shifter series in the works. I just sent the first novel in the series to publishers, so fingers crossed–you may get Forged Alliances and the start of a fun new series before the end of 2017!

I also entered into the foray of contemporary romance with a novella that I’m preparing to submit–Captured Memories. This was a super intense story for me, and I’m hoping you all love Zane and Liv’s story as much as I do.

So what do you have to look forward to the rest of 2017? More releases from me, of course, and I hope more announcements of future books for you to read. If you’re an audiobook fan, An Airship Named Desire will be available in audiobook later in the year, an the voice actress is hella talented.

I’ve been jamming this year full of projects that I can’t wait to share with you, ones that include the strong, capable females I write, plenty of snark, complicated men, and stories that represent real problems. For those who have stuck with me so far and continue to do so, thank you a thousand times over–I write these stories for you ❤

 

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Weekly Word Count #104

Word Count: 259

What story I’m working on: Guys, it’s been a slow week lol. I switched gears into editing mode, and so I only did the tiniest smidge of work on The Airship Also Rises. But it’s starting to percolate in my brain, which is good. I promise next week I’ll be back on track and writing more heavily.

What I’m editing/marketing: This week however, my time was pretty much devoted to finishing the line edits for Waking for Winter. It’s READY TO GO!!!! We just have to wait until July 4th for the release! Future King’s been sitting around–I really just have one more massive sweep to do, so I recruited some more beta readers to take a look. I simultaneously started looking at the Cupid’s Cafe edits–I think they’ll be quick because its a shorter story!! So of course, my marketing for Waking for Winter will be ramping up to 11!

Teaser of the week:

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Line of the week:

Sabine stood a foot away from me in a corset and chemise that begged for a couple stains and her perfectly curled hair pinned back and out of the way. She was supposed to be watching my back, but instead, she picked at her nails.

“Your fingers are all still there, girlie,” I murmured, irritation besting me. “But they won’t be if you don’t keep your focus.”

#sassyBea

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Waking for Winter Cover Reveal!

That’s right guys, it’s HERE! The cover of the final Philadelphia Coven Chronicles book!

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Add it to your Goodreads!

The Philadelphia Coven has thwarted the Order of the Serpent’s every attempt to destroy their city only to draw out the scariest nightmare from the Otherworld, the Caoranach. One of the Coven’s own, Cami Akiyama, has already met this creature—the very monster who tortured her, branding her with a mark. Given Cami’s history with the big bad, the Coven leader assigns her a bodyguard, none other than the gorgeous and lethal necromancer, Dante Martinez, the ex-boyfriend she disappeared on years ago. One conversation confirms the spark between them never died, and based on the way Dante flirts, he won’t allow that flame to extinguish out without a fight.

No one has ever compared to Dante and the incendiary passion he inspired in her, but the Caoranach broke her—Cami’s too damaged for any sort of relationship. Not like that stops him. If anything, he fights harder for the memories of a love that kept her sane on the bleakest nights. And despite every effort to distance, she finds herself falling for him all over again. Except the Caoranach isn’t finished with her—the branded mark holds the secret to the city’s destruction or salvation, and Cami stands in the center of the storm.