I bet you all thought I had forgotten, but Ghostly Scream is out today!
Exclamation points all around!
You’ll have to excuse my rambling. I haven’t slept since June.
Anyway! You can get it at Amazon and just a ton of other places. You can also just not get it, and make a certain author very, very sad…
You don’t want me to be sad, do you?
(Seriously, I haven’t slept since June.)
I will be making some more announcements when I get around to it. There will be something about a convention appearance, and probably a giveaway or the like. I haven’t made up my mind.
By the way, if you find some of the missing pieces of my mind, please give them back. I know I left them around here, somewhere…
“Maiya was an archangel,” Selissa reminded him.
The Nephilim shot her a look. “So is Cadeyrn.”
“I’m a little fuzzy on the details, but I get the impression that being trapped inside a human body severely hampers your ability to zap demons off the face of the earth,” she said dryly.
Seymour blinked. “‘Zap’?”
Selissa rolled her eyes. “I don’t actually know how demons are banished. I imagine a big bolt of lightning to be involved, for dramatic effect.”
‘Nothing quite that flashy. A bit of smoke and fire, but no wrath from above.’
‘No one asked you,’ Selissa shot back.
It took me way too long, but I’m happy to finally announce a release date for Ghostly Scream.
You’re not getting a lot of warning: Ghostly Scream will be out as ebook on October 17!
If you want the paperback, it’s already available here.
They might be better dressed, but mages can be just as fickle as demons . . .
Disavowed by the clergy, Selissa is left to fend for herself when her actions lead her to become a prisoner of Var’nori.
She is given the choice between staying locked up within the walls of the mage city or accepting to become an apprentice of the secretive magister, Feryll. It’s really not much of a choice.
Because while her life has changed a lot over the last few years, one thing is still very much true:
Selissa really, really doesn’t like mages.
Since I’ve been so slow with everything, I’m going ahead and doing the cover reveal at the same time. The first reaction I got on this went something along the lines of “I love it, but mostly because it screams ‘vampire’!”, so I feel obligated to say that this book features no vampires whatsoever. I’m very sorry if I got your hopes up.
Without further delay, here you have the deceptively vampire-y cover of Ghostly Scream:
After redoing my website earlier this year, I have made an effort to keep the blog updated. But you might have noticed that it has included very few writing-related posts, so I thought I would give you all a little update on what I’m doing lately.
I’m proud to say that I finished Ghostly Scream, the fourth book in the Angel’s Voice series, last fall. However, I’m not quite ready to send it off for editing, and I can’t give you a final release date yet.
But I’m working on it!
One of the reason it’s taking me so long is because I’m also working on revising the old books in the series. It’s something I have wanted to do for a long time, and I finally got around to it. I won’t be doing any major rewriting, but the writing will get a round of polishing, so hopefully it will match the shiny new covers all the books are getting. Can’t wait till I get to show those to you!
The work is going slower than I’d have liked, but it’s steadily coming along.
In the meantime, I hope you’re enjoying my weird, random and geeky posts on this blog, even if they’re short on book news these days.
Trust me, when I finally have news, I’m going to have so, so many of them!
At this point, captain Orrell had known her for all of ten minutes and was already looking to be on the brink of a nervous breakdown, so Selissa let him deal with that and turned her attention elsewhere.