Highslide for Wordpress Plugin

Category Archives: Moonsong

Moonsong is now available online!

My new werewolf paranormal romance Moonsong is now available for sale on Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com! It’s out as an e-book for $3.99 but you don’t have to have a Kindle or Nook to read it, they have free downloadable apps so you can read it on your PC, or even your phone. It’ll be available in print as well in a couple of weeks through Amazon.

I’m already deep in plotting mode for my next book Nine Steps to Sara which is a spooky thriller set in the remote English countryside.

We Have A Winner!

Moonsong has a new cover and CL Parks is the winner of the free book!

Well, it pretty much came out as a tie, so in the end I went with the greener one. I agree, the blue is much prettier, but the green seems to catch the eye better.

Thanks again to everyone who voted, I appreciate it more than I can say.

P.S. Moonsong should be available any day now in ebook format, the print version to follow soon.

Vote for Cover Art – Moonsong

It’s that time again to give me your thoughts and feedback on the cover art for my new book, Moonsong. Anyone who comments on the covers on the website will be automatically entered for a chance to win a copy of one of my books (your choice of books).

I know the difference is subtle, and please remember this will be mostly seen against a white background on Amazon.com, since that is where I sell the most. I’d also love to hear constructive criticism and ideas for how to improve them if you have any suggestions. Please keep in mind that they have to be not only eye-catching, but easy to identify when much smaller in ads and for sale on websites.

Here is a little blurb of what the book is about:

After werewolves attack her family, Amelia Singer escapes to Cutter’s Folly in search of her long lost Grandmother. There she finds the strangest revelation yet; not only is she descended from a long line of shapeshifters; Amelia’s firstborn is destined to lead the pack to dominion over all others. Now power hungry shifters everywhere will stop at nothing to share in that prophecy. Choosing a mate is the only way to end the violence, but how can she be expected to choose a man she’s known for less than a week? At the heart of this struggle, Amelia is torn between Chase, who makes her pulse race with a single sultry glance, and Cutter, a reclusive but tempting loner with secrets of his own. Can fiercely independent Amelia find happiness with the pack, or will she rebel under the pressure and take her chances on her own?