Tag Archive: favourite things

Sunday Snippet: “…until I saw her eyes.”

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, the weekly blog post where indie authors get together and share 8-10 sentences of their newest or upcoming releases. I decided to stick with Midnight Sky and will continue to do so for one more week before I…
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Book Review: Hidden Blade

Pippa DaCosta became one of my new favourite authors when I read Beyond the Veil, the first in The Veil series, in a free urban fantasy collection called Gods and Mortals. So when I saw the cover for Hidden Blade, the newest book in…
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Over 100 Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books for 0.99 Sep 3-4, Including CRIMSON SKY!

Crimson Sky is part of a massive promo! For this weekend only, you can get it and hundreds of other science fiction and fantasy novels for 0.99 on virtually any retailer. This deal is amazing, so don’t miss out! Click on the image below…
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Sunday Snippet: “Leave it alone, Firecracker.”

I wasn’t sure I’d make it to this week’s 8Sunday post for Weekend Writing Warriors! But we got back from our cabin vacation early, and it was amazing. But more on that later. Right now, let’s focus on the reason…
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MIDNIGHT SKY Releases Today!

The wait is finally over. Midnight Sky, the sequel to Crimson Sky and second novel in the Dark Sky series, has now been released! There are secrets, there are betrayals, and there are sacrifices… The Behemoth has been destroyed, and the bloodthirsty Hellions seem…
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Sunday Snippet: “… Couldn’t even get their arms up to defend themselves.”

Another week has passed, and with it, the knowledge has come that in three days, I’ll have the seventh book of my career published. Seventh. Wow. Can’t believe I got to that point. Flashback to the present, and the next…
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MIDNIGHT SKY Releases Next Week!

In one week, I’m launching the release of my seventh full length novel, Midnight Sky. Yup. Seventh. The second in yet another trilogy. I couldn’t be more excited about it, though I am getting some of the new release jitters. Writing…
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