First, I want to thank everyone who has supported me in anyway, you have my thanks from the bottom of my heart! The last several months, because of current circumstances, authors’ sales have been understandably low.
Here’s where I need YOU!
If you haven’t read either PREMONITION or BOUND, now’s the perfect time. Both will be **FREE** on Amazon this whole weekend, as Kindle ebooks! And after finishing it, please give it a review. Just a few words is all it needs to be
For those of you who HAVE picked up a copy of either PREMONITION or BOUND, reviews (on Amazon, Goodreads, etc.) and social media shares help authors like me more than you know! Each algorithm boost allows indie published authors like me get more opportunities to advertise, more exposure, and increases our chances of showing up in book lists.
Thanks again for all your support and stay healthy!
The last few months have been hectic to say the least–I think we can all agree! With that being said, I never popped back on here to provide the link for Bound! So, if you’d like to purchase Bound, please click here! Bound is available in both paperback and Kindle. Thank you for your support!
Here it is! The STUNNING cover for my forthcoming debut novel! Thank you, Celin Graphics, for this epic cover! One day, I will write a little bit more on covers and how I ended up choosing her as a designer, but until then–
The countdown has begun over on Instagram! Today will be the fourth day in to the ten day countdown! Come and get an inside look at my writing process and learn little details about The Anima Trilogy’s Book One!
Guys, exciting things are happening! For the past few weeks, I’ve been working with a cover designer for the first novel of the Anima Trilogy! Yay! I can’t wait to do a cover reveal once it’s done, sometime in the very near future.
With the cover almost ready to go, I can start seriously considering an exact date for release! I’ve had in my mind March, but hadn’t picked a date because I didn’t want to say one and then not be able to deliver. But now . . .