Hey all! Just wanting to come by and announce that Prophecy’s Child will be released July 30! Unfortunately due to some changes in Amazon practices, I will not be able to make it available for pre-order, but rest assured it is coming!!!!
Here it is. The cover for Book 2 in the Whispered Tales Series. Alice is a warrior. Hatter is a general. Rabbit and Cheshire are undercover operatives. Painted roses and playing card soldiers will even make an appearance. Can’t wait for you all to join me in Wonderland. Coming later this Year!
And the contest is over! Winners have been emailed.
Grand Prize Winner: Suzzanne A. from the UK
Runners Up: Noeline Q from Australia and
Jessica G from the US
We went all over the globe here. How cool is that?!?
If you didn’t win, don’t fret. More contests will be coming, I promise. Thank you everyone for entering.
To celebrate an influx of Facebook likes, twitter followers and newsletter subscribers, I am having an epic giveaway. There are 3 prizes up for grabs. Contest is open internationally!
Two Runner-up Prizes: Receive a free ebook copy of my next three releases. ARCs will be provided based upon request and availability.
Grand Prize: A signed copy of every print book currently available from my catalog including Realm Walker and Death’s Daughter which are currently out of print. In addition, winner will receive signed print copies of my next three releases as they come out. If ARCs are requested they will be provided in an electronic version, with the print version to follow.
***Next three releases as currently scheduled are Prophecy’s Child: Realm Walker #4, Her Kind of Madness: Whispered Tales #2 (This is an Alice in Wonderland story), and a currently untitled collection of short stories. Subject to change.
This is a giant thank you to each and every one of you. You have been a source of enormous support throughout my career. I love each and every one of you.
**please note all entries will be verified before prizes are given.
Here’s a couple of quotes I’ve kept in mind while writing this series.
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Once upon a time…
There was a girl, a boy and a dance. The girl shifted into a golden wolf and ran under the full moon. The boy was a prince with an obligation to his kingdom. And the dance was a moonlight ball for the prince to find his princess.
Josef and Ella have been in love since they were children, but it was doomed from the start. He is the last of the Gauthier line and the law of the goddess herself states a Gauthier must sit on the throne. Her blessing has assured it for hundreds of years. As shifting females can’t carry an infant to term, Ella is not a suitable match for her prince. They both try, and fail, to move on.
It is with a broken heart Prince Josef attends the ball. But there, under the light of the full moon, he dances a moonlit waltz and falls in love all over again. Perhaps there is hope after all.
A Cinderella Retelling
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As I work on Prophecy’s Child which will bring the Realm Walker series to a close, I thought it might be fun to do some behind the scenes stuff. I’m starting with the inspiration behind some of our favorite characters.
Of course we have to start with everyone’s favorite Walker.
Juliana doesn’t look exactly like any of these images, but they give me the feeling for her. The second picture (which is Ashley Greene if you’re wondering) is pretty close. Juliana has emerald green eyes and black hair but the face shape is similar.
Thomas Harrison Kendrick. Resident badass vampire and Juliana’s mate/husband.
Marton Csokas is pretty close to how I picture Thomas, only give him some pale blue eyes.
Michael Gabriel Bishop. Thomas’s second in command and one of Juliana’s closest friends.
Peter Facinelli – give him a shorter, messier hair cut and a more angular face shape and you’ve got Michael.
Hopefully you found that interesting. They’ll be more tidbits to come. What are you most looking forward to seeing resolved or finding out in Prophecy’s Child? Or, which character have you missed the most?