Yes it has! It's been three years since I released the first story in my Crescent City Arcana series, The Hunter and the Witch, which is still free at all US eBook retailers and Smashwords! 😉 I released this short story prequel into the wild late April in 2015, then published the first full-length novel … Continue reading Has it been three years already??
If you're a fan of Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction Romance, or Urban Fantasy with romantic subplots, I'd like to invite you to join Otherworldly Romance Reads on Facebook! This shiny new readers' group was created by authors Veronica Del Rosa, E.G. Manetti, Marie Johnston, and myself as a haven for those who love sexy alphas, … Continue reading Love Paranormal Romance, SciFi Romance, or Urban Fantasy?
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted any Crescent City Arcana updates on here, but I finally have some news! In the wee hours of the morning on May 3rd, I wrote the last line of the follow up to The Hunter and the Witch. Yay! It’s been two years since I published HatW and three … Continue reading The Road So Far
Introducing Future Couples Third person point of view Paranormal Romance series featuring a different main couple in each book is my jam. Maybe it's because I don't like staying in one character's head for too long. I also tend to steer clear of first person POV so I don't have to hear the hero or … Continue reading Themes in Writing: Introducing Future Couples
When in Rome (Post #5) The back of him burned from heels to head against cold metal. Sebastian leaned shackled to a silver-coated standing gurney, multiple gunshot wounds to his thigh paralyzing his major muscle groups. They had stripped him down to his boxer briefs before locking his arms and legs into thick silver manacles … Continue reading Subway Snippets | When in Rome (Post #5)
When in Rome (Post #4) Mara motioned for the sniper on the roof to take out the two bloodsuckers at her feet. The silver-tipped bullets cut through the alley right to their heads, the shots muffled by the rifle's suppressor. With two of the vamps now paralyzed, she signaled that the pick-up crew be summoned. … Continue reading Subway Snippets | When in Rome (Post #4)
When in Rome (Post #3) Sebastian's acute sense of smell picked up the sharp scent of adrenaline. A second later, two men rounded the street corner, slowly approaching the girl as she began to back away. He caught their scent as well. Vampire. "Are you bloody kidding me?" Sebastian sighed as their offensive taunts carried … Continue reading Subway Snippets | When in Rome (Post #3)
My library's upper section. Yes, the floors are glass. Eek! One of the things I most enjoy about writing is researching the subject matter. I love hanging out at the library, pouring over both faded tomes you can't remove from the building and newer books or reference material. And I know I'm lucky--I love my city's library … Continue reading Research can Help Make the Pieces Fit
When in Rome (Post #2) He watched from a top floor balcony as the girl refastened her sandals and stumbled away. She would remember less and less about their encounter as the night progressed, until the brief moment in time became no more than a blank spot in her memory. She'd chalk it up to … Continue reading Subway Snippets | When in Rome (Post #2)
Many moons ago I wrote a snippet based on a writing prompt exploring what a person might do if a vampire bit them. I'd like to build on those 200 or so words as an exercise in telling a story without an outline. This Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy tale will be written in short sections, and … Continue reading Subway Snippet Series | When in Rome (Post #1)