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Oracle Bay everywhere!

You guys! The Wings of the Wicked box set, of which I am a part, is up for presale for $0.99! Get it while it’s hot! We are trying to hit the USA Today bestseller list and every $0.99 purchase gets us a little bit closer.

Wings of the Wicked releases 1/8/19 and has 25 books in them – this is a pretty fancy bargain!

One of those books is my Oracle Bay novella Wing and a Prayer.

Come see the darker side of Oracle Bay…there’s a lot more heat and a little bit of sin (but only the fun kind…).

 

And if you haven’t grabbed the first (much lighter and fluffier) Oracle Bay book, you can pick up Not in the Cards up today and dive into the world of psychics, mysteries, and romance.

You might want to get on that pretty soon, because book 2 comes out next week! That’s right, First Hand Knowledge is available for preorder right now and has a scheduled release day of 11/27. If you’re looking for love, goat shenangians, and divinely inspired kidnappings (heh. kidnappings. because goats.) then you’re going to enjoy book 2…

I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving if you celebrate, and managed to keep it completely clear of all casual racism! Good luck with your aunties, everyone.

Broken World Cover Reveal (plus Presale links)

I tried to hold out on you, but I just couldn’t do it.

Book 4 of the Eleanor Morgan Series is out there in the world, ready for you to pre-order it and then sit around in anticipation for five weeks.

The Blurb

A year of travel, countless battles, betrayal, love, and loss—all lead to the final gate, the last sacrifice, and the end of the world as we know it.

Eleanor has only two gates to open to restart traffic between Earth and the Fae Plane, and the only certainty is that either way, the world will change. For the first time, humans are the biggest threat to Eleanor. The government is descending into chaos and groups of humans are determined to eradicate the supernatural scourge they believe is destroying their world.
From the desert southwest back to the place it all began, old friends will reunite, old enemies will create chaos, and myths will walk the earth again.

An ancient prophecy comes to fruition through Raj’s Ruby Blade, and the only question that remains is who will wield it as the world breaks?

DRUMROLL PLEASE!

 

The Cover

 

The Pre-Order Links

Amazon

ibooks

Kobo

Nook

The Pitch

This is my favorite Eleanor Morgan book so far! It’s the end of the first major arc, and sets up the next couple books pretty well, if I do say so myself.

I hope you buy it and then, I hope you love it.

The Paperback

The paperback will be up for sale in about a month, and soon you’ll be able to preorder your autographed paperback here, too. (Probably as soon as tomorrow.)

Psssstttttttt…

For a limited time, i.e. until the release of The Broken World, The Cardinal Gate is on sale for $0.99. Now’s your chance to grab it at that price while you can. It won’t go on sale again until 2019!

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Too Many Words Wednesday

Remember yesterday when I was full of hope and optimism and had finished my digital book uploads and all was beautiful?

 

Yeah. So about that…

I got the proof of my paperback today and didn’t quite like the way the margins worked. It’s another 24 hour turnaround to make the changes, upload it, and make sure it looks right then proof again, but I’ve got time.

I fixed the margins. Swore for a bit. Then, I noticed something…odd. There was a typo. And another. And an extra space. And a couple names spelled wrong once each. And three end quotes facing the wrong direction. And then more things! And more! AND MOAR!

 

I have decided that everything is fixed now. I made changes, uploaded new digital files for the ebooks, and resubmitted the paperback for review. Funny story? Approximately 10 seconds after resubmitting the paperback file I saw ANOTHER error. It is admittedly a very, very small error. I was able to fix it in the ebooks, but I’m thinking that the paperbacks might just have one, eensy, weensy mistake. For character.

 

I see typos in most books that I read. They exist. I’m great at finding other people’s errors. But there is no way to 100% eradicate all typos, right? RIGHT?!

(I may have to fix the paperback file. I am ahead of schedule with it, so what’s one more change?)

 

***abrupt subject change***

Did you know that it’s only two days until my birthday? Did you? Well, if you were wondering what the perfect thing to get me forty 40th (such a milestone!) birthday, maybe go check this out…