Thursday, April 23, 2009

News on release dates


Vampire mercenary Gabriel McPherson must protect small town girl Christine Fitzpatrick against the very thing she loves the most: her family.

When Christine learns her brother Mike is a vampire, her peaceful world quickly turns violent. Especially when she meets Gabriel, a vampire who’s currently assigned to track down and kill certain members of her family. While Christine struggles to keep Gabriel from killing her family, Gabriel turns the tables on her and reveals her deepest and most shameful secret to the very people she has kept it hidden from. Christine is half-demon.

No longer burdened by her secret, and unable to keep her girl-next-door persona, Christine must fight beside Gabriel to save her remaining family members while battling the fear and doubt of misplaced loyalty. In the process, Christine realizes that not all love is eternal, though eternal love can heal the deepest betrayals. As the impending battle among the ravaged family draws near, Christine’s feelings for Gabriel grow deeper than the fiery pits of Hell. Ironically for her love, Gabriel becomes damned to those very pits, eternally bound by a pact made with Lucifer to save Christine’s soul.

Also, Asmodeus now has a print release date - November 1, 2009!

Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Recession Heats Up Romance Novels

I've seen this article listed on several of my Yahoo! groups, and some authors are finding it offensive.

I think it's funny. lol Call romance novels bodice-rippers, trashy novels, formulaic - it's YOUR opinion. But enough people like them enough to make it a billion-dollar business.

Here's the link to the article - http://www.delaware apps/pbcs. dll/article? AID=200990406060

Monday, April 6, 2009

Busy Busy Busy

Okay, so that's a dude in the picture, but I couldn't find a haggard-looking woman writing behind a desk, so this pic will have to suffice. I've been writing a chapter a day, keeping up with emails (you can't imagine how many emails fly through my inbox in 24 hours), and bouncing from blog to blog. Not to mention the kids had their Spring break this past week. Busy mom by day, and motivated romance author by night! :)

I did get a gorgeous surprise in one of my many emails - the cover for Heaven Sent. It's AWESOME. Anne Cain - a spectacular cover artist - really did a fantastic job. I can't wait to post it all over the web. lol

When I get the finalized cover I'll post it. :) Until then, I will be pretty quiet. I think I'm a step away from going no-mail with many of my yahoo groups, only I think I'm too addicted to go that route. I wonder how much more writing I could get done if I quit spending so much time in my inbox. lol That's like finding out how many licks it takes to get to the tootsie roll center of a tootsie pop. A-one, A-two, A-three...I give up.