As part of my Writer’s Life series, I thought I’d share links that I use either during the writing process or when I’m editing or searching for services. There are in no particular order.
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What harm could come from impersonating royalty?
After years on the road conning wealthy nobles out of their gold, Kiera is ready to give up her life of crime and return to her childhood home of Cearbhall. She’s got one last job in mind, one that will see her set for life. What harm could come from impersonating a country princess to marry a prince and live wealthily ever after? Except her childhood home is nothing like she remembered. The king has gone senile, his younger sons rule with terror, and the crown prince is missing. The prince she’s to wed is only interested in siring an heir, and her future brother-in-law wants to get into her skirts. Deciding the grifter’s life wasn’t so bad after all, Kiera plots her escape. Before she can steal away, she’s discovered and thrown into the dungeon with a crazed wolfborn to die.
Lachlan never thought that he’d see his childhood sweetheart once his wolfborn affliction set in. Nor did he expect to ever see daylight. Imprisoned in the dungeon since adolescence, his brothers have usurped the throne and trail evil in their wake. When Kiera lands in the dungeon with him, he recovers his will to put things right. Kiera may not remember him, but he remembers her, and Lachlan vows to save her from his brothers and their schemes.
Except Kiera wields a power unlike any other, and she doesn’t need saving. But the people of Cearbhall do. As Kiera and Lachlan fight the evil princes, they uncover a greater magic in the world around them, and a powerful magic between them that can’t be denied…
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Stealing the Wolf Prince, my new fantasy romance ebook, is coming out on January 16th! Books N Pearls is hosting my Facebook release party that Friday and I’m brainstorming ideas for giveaways. Like most people, I’m multifaceted. On top of writing fiction, I knit and crochet, and hand stamp cards and bookmarks. Since this is an ebook first release, what about a kindle cover? If you knit already you can follow the image to the website and make your own but I’m counting on most people not being able to knit. I’m not sure what color to make. Should I make one now or let the lucky winner choose the color? What do you think?
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When Madison goes to sleep at night, she transcends into the body of another woman. Each night she wakes as a victim of a violent, senseless crime. With each waking day she bears their pain, experiences their death, and is helpless to stop it from happening. With only her aging butler at her side, Madison tries to survive each day without falling into madness.
Brian Brinkley chose to save the life of his young ward marked for death. Thrust from the heavens because he dared disobey God, he tries to find some type of life quiet life among the humans. One chance meeting with Madison and his tranquility is shattered. When she becomes the target of a sadistic man, he vows to do everything in his power to protect her.
“The Light” is a sweet romance published through Champagne Books and written by Kristy Denice Bock. Kristy throws you into the thick of things as we follow her dynamic characters through every hardship the villain can muster. The story has several twists and turns that keep up momentum all the way to the end. You will not be disappointed with this one.
I must mention, however, that there are formatting problems with the Kindle edition. I read this on my iPhone Kindle App and on my Kindle Fire and there were paragraphs starting mid sentence. Additionally, the publisher could have run this through one last copy editor before posting this live.
I highly recommend this book because the story is great; the author tells a fantastic tale. Just be aware that the formatting might not be up to par. The Voice, book 2 in this series, is scheduled to come out soon!
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One woman. Seven men. All bound by one man’s undying devotion.
Fundraiser Linden Hill has knack for reading people. She always knows which conversations will put a prospect at ease, which drink will loosen a patron’s lips—or his wallet, and how cleavage will make a donor sweeten the deal. She’s even foreseen her dateless weekends four hundred and sixty-four times in a row.
But ten years after watching life drain from her former mentor’s and first love’s eyes, her skills for divining the predictable are lost. When Cyril returns, he’s still gorgeous, but this time he’s beyond human, far less dead, and pissed. His lack of memory drives him to desperate acts, and his turbulent re-acquaintance with Linden pulls her into his war with a creature hell-bent on his destruction. His group of six supernatural men share a tantalizing secret, but despite the hunger…
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I’ve made it through week one and I’m right where I need to be as far on words. Week two is where I really start to doubt myself. At this very moment I am thinking that I might not have enough story to make it to 50k. I’m also thinking that my premise it too weak or my characters are lame… You name it, it’s probably rolling around in my brain. Week two is about determination, more than any other week I think. I have to get out of my brain as much as possible and just write. I might see if I can find some writing sprints to participate in. Those always help. Remember, NaNoWriMo is meant to help you get a rough draft, not a polished prize winning novel. 🙂
As of last night, my NaNoWriMo novel hit 6k words. I managed 2k words a day, not a bad start. I know that there is a least one NaNoWriMo participant who has already reached 50k and that’s just nuts. In fact, there is another challenge that I recently learned about a competition called The Five Day Novel. Now, I like a challenge but even I am not that crazy. I’ll stick with a 30 day novel, thank you!