News Roundup: Cover Reveals, Release Dates, Print Books, and a Giveaway

I know it’s been a while, but I’ve got some news to share, and when it rains it pours, so there’s a bunch of it! First, I’m so thrilled to be able to show off the covers for my next two books, both of which will be releasing from Grand Central…

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Through The Static is here!! And so is my new website!!

I am so thrilled to announce the release of my latest book, Through The Static. It’s a sexy adventure, set in a high-tech, near-future world where smart phones are a thing of the past, and the devices we use to communicate are wired directly into our minds. Our hero, codename…

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Meet Jinx and Aurelia from Through The Static

This #TeaserTuesday, I’m introducing the world to Jinx and Aurelia, the hero and heroine of my brand new futuristic erotic romance, Through the Static: Meet them for real on January 20, when Through the Static hits ebook readers everywhere. Available for pre-order now on Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Samhain – or add it to your shelf…

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Tiny Treats: A Holiday Collection

Get in the mood for the holidays with Tiny Treats: A Holiday Collection. It’s a free set of short stories by 20+ romance authors, and it includes a Thanksgiving-themed piece by yours truly. Downloard your free copy today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Smashwords, or find out more at the Tiny Treats website.

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Get What You Need release day, book deals, and appearances at RWA!

Hi there! Guys, I have so much news to share, it barely all fits into one post, but I’m going to make it work. I have new release information! I have a literary agent! I have a book deal! I have conference appearances and book signings! I have lost my…

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Now Represented By…

Exciting news! As of late last night, I am a proud to be represented by Mandy Hubbard of D4EO Literary Agency. Mandy is an established agent with an impressive list, specializing in young adult, middle grade, and romance. One of the amazing people she represents is my critique partner, Brighton Walsh. Brighton hasn’t…

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