Now that Dreamer has been released, I have set up a Goodreads giveaway. Just enter on the link below. And keep your eyes open for another giveaway for my non-fiction book about autism, It's Not About Destination.
After the confrontation with the triune, both Elizabeth and Lev are forever altered. Elizabeth no longer possesses the ability to kill angels. Lev is now human. Yet no action is without consequence. The void left in Elizabeth from that power has marked her and attracted much attention from sleepwalkers, rogue spirits left behind from sojourns gone wrong. They see Elizabeth as a conduit to return to the world of the living, no matter that such an act might destroy her.
Lev, on the other hand, has become completely mortal and is overrun by all the emotions he's not experienced before. While his love for Elizabeth is very powerful, it is just one emotion among many, and when Elizabeth is taken by the sleepwalkers, he is at the mercy of other volatile feelings like anger and vengeance, putting lives at stake.
Griffin, Celia, and Even must not only track down Elizabeth, they must also stop Lev from becoming a human time bomb.
For those of you waiting for my next young adult paranormal with angels, you can read the first chapter free. Go to the Dreamer page here, and you will see the link to download the free PDF. Happy reading!
Thank goodness for Fall Break! I'll be finishing up the first draft of The Whispers tonight, and then I'll be looking at my NaNoWriMo project, gearing up for November 1st. The novel I'll be working on is December Rose, and I'm both excited and nervous. I'm always excited by a new project. I'm nervous because this will be my first historical novel. Still, it's going to be an interesting 30 days to nail down 50,000 words. I didn't quite make it last November, but I still finished the book in January of this year. Let's see if I can make it this year. And if you are also participating, send a buddy request for dannie18 so we can commiserate.
As a national bestselling author, Rose Conrad has entertained millions of readers, at least before Altzheimer's set in. Now Rose is dying, and her granddaughter, Clara, has come to care for her. Desperate to know more about the grandmother she's losing, Clara looks at the novels Rose has written to find one striking commonality--all of them include a character named Peter, starting when he is a young man, a rebel fighter in WWII, and ending with his last breath as an old man.
Clara senses a story here, one that goes beyond fiction, and even though it seems the only person who knows the truth is dying, she has to find out the truth about Peter before Rose is gone forever because the key to Rose is Peter.
I'm always glad when one book ends so I can start writing another. I think it's the fact that all these fun ideas come at me, and I really can't do anything when I'm in the middle of a book so it's kind of like being a kid in a candy store when I go to pick my next project. Since the last two novels I've written--Dreamer and Witness--were both young adult, I decided on a women's fiction title. Here's the cover, which was designed by Claudia at Phatpuppy Art:
The only thing worse than an abusive husband is a dead abusive husband bent on revenge.
That's what Kate Thibeaux is facing, considering last year she killed her own husband, Kevin Garrison, when he'd left her no choice. She's changed her name, her looks, and everything else about her, as if that would stop Kevin. Kevin haunts her every step, and she wonders if she's going crazy when she moves back to her hometown in a last-ditch effort to leave the past behind.
Kevin, however, won't be forgotten even as Kate reunites with her best friend, Melody Kriss, who introduces her to her brother, Adam Kriss. Neither Melody nor Adam knows about Kevin, but some people refuse to stay buried. When their lives collide, Kate isn't looking for love, and Adam isn't looking to save anyone, but sometimes people find what they need in the last places they expect.
It's summer, and for me that means lots of work on novels, so I thought I'd share what's coming up. Currently, I have two books that are ready to be edited.
The other project is my current work-in-progress, and I'm currently about halfway through the first draft.
I guess I'd better get off this blog and get to work!
Twenty-two-year-old Jordan Carroway has a plan--marry his best friend, Alyssa and start a family. A month before the wedding, he meets Nicole O'Roarke during a physical education class. Nicole--the woman who tips his canoe, steps on a cactus, and makes him laugh. They fall madly in love, though neither confess it as they both feel the weight of responsibility. Jordan ultimately keeps his promise and marries Alyssa. Nicole also returns to her life, not realizing that love left its mark, and it's not through with either of them.
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