I’m celebrating Revive’s release with a giveaway (hosted by Xpresso Tours). Enter below to win a copy of Revive and/or a $15 Amazon gift card. Open internationally.
Read the first chapter here, then go forth and enter.
I’ve had a very busy fall, and 2015 is going to be a very busy year. So I thought it was time to share some updates.
First, it’s official – Darkest Misery (Miss Misery 4) is releasing August 25, 2015.
Also, Misery Loves Company (Miss Misery 3) is releasing January 27th. And Wicked Misery (book 1) is now out in print.
Revive, the first book in my new romantic NA sci fi series is releasing May 19th, and the cover reveal will be December 3rd. If you’re a book blogger who wants to participate in the reveal, you can sign up at Xpresso book tours.
Finally, Another Little Piece of My Heart is coming up on its one year book birthday. To celebrate that, and Wicked Misery’s paperback release, I want to shower everyone with swag. Want a signed bookmark for either one? Just email me!
Also, as many people know, I’ve been dealing with some serious health issues since May. On one hand, throwing myself into writing has helped me deal with the stress. On the other, dealing with doctor visits and the side effects of strong medications can be very time consuming.While 2015 is going to be a busy year for book releases, my next books might take a little longer. But Jess’s story will wrap up in Miss Misery 5, and the cast of Revive will be getting a sequel. Just not perhaps as fast as I’d like.
Ever wonder what would happen if Terminator and Alias had a NA book baby?
Okay, you probably haven’t, but I’ve answered the question anyway because obviously I did. I’m super excited to announce that I sold my NA romantic sci fi, Revive, to Samhain!
Revive will be coming out next year, the first in a new series (called RedZone).
The totally unofficial description:
Alone in a train station bathroom, Sophia Hernandez has no memory of who she is or how she got there. All she’s certain of are three things: her college ID is a lie, bad people are coming for her, and no one can be trusted.
The only clue to her past is the fellow student who finds her. Although Sophia is certain he’s lying when he claims he can’t help her, his touch makes her heart race. Is it a result of how hot he is? Or a memory of how dangerous?
As two men chase them from the station, Sophia’s memories return in frustrating fragments. Unknown to her, if she can’t figure it out in the next forty-eight hours, someone she loves is going to die. Because not only isn’t she a normal college student, she isn’t a normal human at all.