Q: Are your books available in print?
A: Unfortunately, not at this time. At the moment there just isn’t enough interest for print copies. If that changes in the future, I will definitely look into all possibilities. If you would like a hard copy of one of my books, you can purchase a PDF version of them at Liquid Silver Books (for The Blood Series) or Smashwords (for The Beast and Dragonborn) which are printable.
Q: Are your books available on Amazon? Barnes & Noble? …Kobo?
A: You can find links to all available retailers on each book’s page. Not all books are available at the same retailers yet. I am adding new ones as they show up in the proper place. However, all major formats supported by eReaders are available at the publisher website (the very first link in the list)
Q: Can I get an autograph?
A: I can’t send you a whole autographed eBook (due to formatting, which I still haven’t figured out how to do properly) But I’d be more than happy to send you an autographed cover image. Drop me a line on the Contact Me page and let me know which one struck your fancy =)
Q: What are you working on next?
A: My wolf-shifter series got put on hold for the moment. I was going to do it, I really was, but then I got sidetracked with Pixie and Nialei and all the stuff that came with them. It is still there in the wings, waiting for me, just the timeline has changed. Hopefully once I finish Blood Hunt I will have enough breathing room to get to the wolfies (I really, really want to get to the wolfies…) Side characters from this world are featured in a couple of past blog hop posts, which you can find here. They are not connected to the main plot, as I don’t want to give away spoilers, but they are still great fun. Check them out I will post more when I have something to share.
On The Blood Series
Q: How many books are in this series?
A: At the moment, there are four planned: Blood Moons, Blood Trails, Blood Debts and Blood Hunt.
Q: Do these books need to be read in order?
A: Yes. The stories take place one after the other and even though each has different main characters, certain people and events play big parts in them. The reading order is Blood Moons, Blood Trails, Blood Debts, Blood Hunt.
Q: What is the connection between these books?
A: It’s actually one character. Dr. Amelia Chase begins this series by creating a serum that can give humans the ability to shift shape in Blood Moons. In Blood Trails, her sister Hailey almost kills herself trying to show her up, and in Blood Debts, Dr. Chase is the heroine.
Q: Will there be more books in this series?
A: At this point it looks like Blood Hunt will round out the series. If there are other characters who stick in my mind after that I may revisit it at some point in the future but for now, since I have never been a huge fan of never ending series, four seems like a good number to stop at.
On The Beast
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Q: How many books are there in this series?
Q: Do they need to be read in order?
A: The Beast was written before Bastien, but Bastien happens before The Beast. Really, it’s up to you with this one. You might like to read in order, in which case I recommend starting with Bastien. But if you’re unsure, check out The Beast first to see if you like it. It’s a freebie so you’re not risking anything. =)
Q: What’s this whole thing about?
A: It’s my own twist on the classic Beauty and The Beast. This fairy tale is my all time favorite and I’m not in a minority. There is something very compelling behind this story and everyone who reads it gets something different out of it. For me, it was Bastien. He grabbed me from the start and I couldn’t not tell his story.
Q: Who is the hag??
A: LOL I like to think of her as Beauty’s Faery Godmother, who’s not above making a guy’s life hell for 300 years to get him where he’s supposed to be. Who knows? Maybe she’s the Faery Queen herself.
Q: Will you write more in this series?
A: Alas, no. I thought it was finished when I wrote The Beast. But then Bastien appeared and took up residence in my mind and just stared at me. Day and night. I couldn’t get away from him, so I figured he’d leave me alone if he got his say in. I wrote him one chapter to satisfy my own curiosity and thought that would be the end of it. Nope! I wrote the majority of his story, 22 chapters, in 5 days. I was literally stuck to the computer all day and all night in one of those absolutely brilliant flashes of inspiration I rarely get. When it was done late at night on the fifth day, I sighed and got ready for bed. That was when Bastien showed up out of the blue at the edge of my bed and glared at me. “You’re done,” I told him. He wouldn’t budge. “No, really, you’re done!” Nothing. I ended up writing one more chapter, and then three more during editing just so he would shut up. I am now confident he’s said his peace, because I haven’t seen him for a few days. That tells me that this story is finished. Anything more would just ruin it, so I am more than happy to let it rest.