The Dwelling of All Souls eBook is available for purchase right here on my website. If you don't use Kindle or don't want to go through Amazon to order, this is a great alternative, and all the profits go directly to me. Both MOBI and EPUB formats are available.
Photo of a box of paperback copies of The Dwelling of All Souls (The Hole in the World Book III) I have a very limited supply of signed paperbacks available for sale now. Hopefully I'll have ebooks for sale directly this month, but I need time to work the elaborate pipework that magically allows me... Continue Reading →
The Dwelling of All Souls is back from beta readers. The next step is to get up close and cuddly with the manuscript. I like to do this part with red glitter pen because I need a little joy.
Valentine’s Day’s impending arrival put me in the mood for some great queer Gothic vampire fiction. But honestly, I can’t think of a time when queer Gothic vampire stories don’t sound like fun!
Ascension by David Combs I wanted to get this review posted sooner, but when you get head-down in the final stretch of a draft, it’s easy to lose track of time. Oops. What day is it again? Ascension by David Combs is a story of descendant Guardians (read: witches) whose power and duty is passed down to... Continue Reading →
The Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith I struggled with the first half of the book, likely a combo of what felt like slow pacing and my own reading slump. The Library of the Unwritten and I took a break (NOT A BREAKUP!), and I am glad I came back to it! The premise... Continue Reading →
Crooked Rock Braves (Crooked Rock Book Four) by Pamela Sanderson Early 2020 I was looking for some light reading that would keep me from sinking into a dark hole of grief. Romance is almost always the way for me to do this, but I was also hungry for Native stories. Never in my wildest imagination... Continue Reading →
Can't Catch My Breath by Sarah Sutton I've read and enjoyed all of Sutton's books, but I have to say I think Can't Catch My Breath is her best yet. Sutton has deviated from the usual type of male character she writes. I've never disliked a single one of them in the past, but I... Continue Reading →