Tag Archive: horror

Sunday Snippet: “He cringed at the sight of me,” And Tons of Sales!

Firstly, let me say happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Canadians! Are you crying about the snow that showed up uninvited and unannounced? Me too. Good thing it’s Sunday, aka time for Weekend Writing Warriors, the weekly blog post where indie authors share…
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AMBER SKY is now available!

It’s release day yet again! I’m absolutely thrilled to release the first of two Dark Sky novellas: Amber Sky! Press-ganged into servitude by a ruthless band of marauders who survived the devastating Storm, Nash has grown tired of his career– the young, undefeated champion…
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Cursed Box Set Releasing November 6!

I love getting box sets (I like reading all the books in a series/character’s journey and generally find them to be cheaper), and decided that since Cursed wrapped up in June, it was time to try making a boxed set of…
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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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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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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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Sunday Snippet: “They were going to get us killed.”

I’m going to preface this by saying that I’m still working on the kinks for the new website. WordPress is a different beast, so I apologize for any weirdness in structure. Long story short: Editing won’t kill me. Promotion, websites,…
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