Apparently, the way to tell if you have an interesting start to your book is to add "And then the murders began." to the first line. I saw a few authors trying it out, and since it sounded fun, I figured why not give it a shot with my stories.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! And what better way to celebrate when you can't drink alcohol like me than with some awesome paranormal romance and urban fantasy books? These stories are on sale for a limited time, but if you have Kindle Unlimited (KU), you can read them any time for free! KU is as good as finding a pot of books at the end of the rainbow. (Can you spot mine? Yup, Mike is in there.)
I'm at a cross road and I'm not sure which way to go. Path of Angels has been out for an entire year and I actually remembered to celebrate one of the release dates. As of right now, PoA is in Amazon Select and Kindle Unlimited. When I first released them, it was a good idea. I got plenty of reads. But as time went by, reads trickled off. They spike when I do a promotion, but then go back to flatlining with the occasional blip.
Happy New Year!
2017 is here and what better way to ring it in than with books! Eighteen authors have signed up to put their books on sale for 99cents. Why so little? Because of the gift cards that people have gotten as Christmas gifts. We want you to spend that money on us!
While I was pimping for authors to join this year's Trick-or-Treat Reads, I had someone ask me what sort of results authors could expect. I hadn't written down numbers of previous events, but knew I had hit #1 on a few freebie lists with Snapshots one year.
Has everyone got their book bags ready? All day today, authors are handing their books out like candy. Dressing up is optional (pants are too) but if anyone wants, grab some books from your bookshelf, put on a costume, and tweet me the picture. This is supposed to be fun, after all.
IWSG is posted the first Wednesday of every month, but I'm posting early this month. Explanation is below with my writing goals. It is the brain child of Ninja Captain Alex J. Cavanaugh. Get your fears and insecurities out or give words of encouragement. We're writers, let's support each other!
The awesome co-hosts for the September 7 posting of the IWSG will be C. Lee McKenzie, Rachel Pattison, Elizabeth Seckman, Stephanie Faris, Lori L MacLaughlin, and Elsie Amata!
If you've read the second book in Path of Angels, you'll get the blog title. If you haven't, sad face! Kidding. What it is, is Zephyr calls Zade and his brother bird boys.
Uriel is the last angel name that I never got around to talking about the meaning of his name. I held off since he doesn't come into the series until Jophiel. Plus, I didn't want to give spoilers by talking about him too much. Although, not sure why I was that worried. All I have to do is not say his role in the series.
This was a post I wrote back during Path of Angels releases, but I never found a good moment to squeeze it in. I decided since one of my 2016 goals was to market my books throughout the year, today is as good as any to finally publish this post.
Metatron–Angel of Thought
His name literally means "the throne beside the throne of God." He is considered one of the most important archangels who led the children out of Israel and also stopped Abraham from sacrificing his son, Isaac.
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