For those of you who haven’t yet read my new adult post-apocalyptic series, the first two books are currently on sale for $0.99 each, and you can find them here! However, that sale ends tonight, May 13, at midnight (West Coast time), so there are only a few hours left.
The Queen of All that Lives was probably one of the hardest (and most rewarding) books I've written. It was far longer than the other two in the series, so it simply took longer to write. It was also so heavy, and heavy can be really hard headspace to be in day in and day out. But I'm in love with the end result, and I hope you, too, enjoy this final installment in The Fallen World series.
By the way, keep a look out for another email on Blood and Sin! Dan and I have bumped the release date to July 15, but it could potentially be released even later. (I'm a slow poke when it comes to writing, and obsessive when it comes to editing, so blame me for the schedule changes!)
Anyway, have a great weekend you all, and thank you for taking a chance on my books! You are what makes my job so special.
Freedom or death (you'll get it soon enough), Laura The Queen of All that Lives description: She’s a martyr. A myth. A ghost. A legend. She’s my soulmate and my captive, my conscience and my wrath. I love her too much to let her die; I fear her too much to wake her from her slumber. She’s mine. And now she’s gone.
He’s unnatural. Undying. Unethical. Unstoppable. He’s the keeper of lies and lost souls. Mine slipped through his clutches. I am his wife, his queen, the love of his very long life. And soon, I will be his executioner.
After reading Rhapsodic (The Bargainer #1) , my NA paranormal romance novel, many of you had questions concerning various details of the story. Below I've answered many of them. Reader beware, if you haven't yet read Rhapsodic and you intend to, there are many, many spoilers ahead, so read with caution. Release date for A Strange Hymn (The Bargainer #2) I’m not giving a specific release date for this book mainly because I have a bad habit of either (1) blowing past my deadlines, and/or (2) stressing out and being a pain in my friends’ and family’s ass trying to finish my novel in time. It takes me about three to four months to write a book, and I’m starting book two January of next year, so you can roughly expect the book to be out around mid-spring of 2017. Where did you come up with the story line for Rhapsodic? So, back in early 2014 I agreed to be part of what was to be the Moonlight Cravings Anthology. I was supposed to write a paranormal romance novel
I’m so excited to announce that Bewitched , the first book in my upcoming paranormal romance series, will be coming April 18, 2023! Even more exciting, you can pre-order it here ! Below is the new and improved description (I had help) as well as a teaser! *** *** For months I’ve been saying that Bewitched would release winter of this year, and when I made those announcements, I was slated to have it out around the holiday season. However, since then I signed over the series’ print rights to Bloom Publishing, a decision I’m SO thrilled about. My being with Bloom means that you’ll be able to find Bewitched in more bookstores, and it also means the book will be more polished than it might otherwise have been, and the physical copies will have professional touches that some of my previous indie books might’ve lacked. It also means—and this is a big one for me—that my schedule will be more reliable. I’m a hot mess of a human. I don’t say that to be cute—I really will accidently let all
Bewitched , the first book in my new paranormal romance series, is out now! You can find it here ! For someone who is supposedly good with words, I don’t really have any to adequately describe how I feel right now. It’s been five years since I started a new series, so this feels oddly momentous. I began writing Bewitched as a sort of palate cleanser between my Four Horsemen books, which were dark, heavy, and—many times—bleak. My first love has always been paranormal romances, so writing this book was like returning to the heart of what I loved about reading and writing—falling into a world of magic and ancient curses and, most of all, love. As soon as my Four Horsemen series finished, I was drawn right back into the story of Selene, a witch who suffers from magical memory loss, and Memnon, the ancient warlord Selene accidentally awoke from deathless sleep. Bewitched is the first book of a planned trilogy. There will also be two additional novellas (books that are about half the