Hello once again, readers!
Guess what?! You read that right! Evernight (Night Watchmen, #2) is now available through pre-order on Amazon!
Can I get an oh snap?
And to celebrate this upcoming release (which is also releasing on the same day as the annual Culling … October 31st, 2014), Everlasting (Night Watchmen, #1) will be on sale for only 99¢ for a whopping 96 hours!
Can I get a double oh snap?
Yep! August 22nd – 26th, you’ll be able to snag The Gramm Curse (Night Watchmen, #0.5) & Everlasting (Night Watchmen, #1) for only 99¢ each! All while waiting on pins and needles for the highly anticipated release of Evernight.
And now I’m hearing the infamous infomercial voice in my head. (And if you buy now, you’ll get not one, but TWO magic plungers!)
In other news, I have an official website up and running. You can visit it HERE.
It’s pretty snazzy … considering I put it together myself (and I’m not really that tech savvy). It has all of my books listed with purchase links (in case you want a coveted hand-signed copy to add to your shelf), some of the inspiration behind the series (pinterest boards and spotify playlists), dates of events, and even a faq page telling you how you can read my novels that are sold exclusively through Amazon.
My eyes are barely functioning because of it.
Any who, feel free to share the sale.
Speaking of sale … the Born in Flames Trilogy is also on sale!
It’s a sale-a-palooza! ♥
Hello once again, readers!!!
Well, the author meet & greet was a success!! I was a ball of nerves for most of the day just because this was my first real public speaking, but it was all worth it. Being around the students and talking about the rewards of writing was such a humbling experience. The students were so well-behaved and polite, and the all seemed to have a genuine interest in the things we were talking about.
What more could you ask for when entertaining teens for a day?
We were greeted with southern hospitality and spent the day in good company. There were seven of us total (authors), and we all had a chance to speak to the students and share our thoughts on the process of writing. At the end of the day, we had tables set up for us in the library where the students, parents, and teachers could come and meet us. The picture below is me at Sonya Loveday’s table. Yes, my face is blurry lol. She had shaky hands and we were on a set schedule so there wasn’t enough time to take perfect photos. My table was right next to hers.They also put awesome gift baskets on each of our tables. The students crafted the boxes themselves, and filled them with all kinds of goodies. It was so unexpected and appreciated.
When the day came to an end, Sonya and I found a wall where they had each of our bio’s and books up. It was so awesome being around so many students who appreciated literature and the craft of writing. They were so eager to learn and so full of questions, most of them dabbling in writing themselves. How cool, right? I don’t think to date that I have done something so rewarding in my career.
I can’t wait to go back next year.
Echelon out ♥