Night Owl Reviews Spring Fling Scavenger Hunt!

Greetings, Gentles,

I’ve got a treat for you. I’m one of the sponsors of the Night Owl Reviews Spring Fling Scavenger Hunt.

During this event, I’m going to help you find some great new books. Make sure to check out my featured title, The Blood Waltz, along the way.

The grand prize is a $100 Amazon Gift Card. There will be over 90 winners. The prize pool is $850!

It’s away!

SELENA’S REQUIEM has been sent to the publisher, and I received a confirmation e-mail yesterday. I’m using Aventine Press this time – I’ve heard a lot of good about them. It’s too soon for a potential release date but, hopefully, it should be out before the end of the year. In the meantime, if you have not yet read THE BLOOD WALTZ, it is available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble’s website.

Any reviewers out there, let me know if you are interested in reviewing it once the reviews copies are available.

True Love Deserves a Second Chance

“…Selena, the moon, lighting up the darkness of my night.” – from The Blood Waltz

For those of you who enjoyed The Blood Waltz, Selena and Kieran’s story continues!

Despite the ending, I really did not intend to write a sequel at first. I just like to go out with a bang. I will only write a sequel to anything I’ve written if I have something new to offer. I can’t stand sequels to books – or movies – that simply rehash the same thing all over again. It’s lazy, and an obvious ploy to make more money out of the fans who liked the original.

But Kieran and Selena’s story wasn’t over yet. I am working on the final draft and hope to have it out before the end of the year, if all goes well. My target is, appropriately enough, Halloween. It will be print-on-demand, like the original.

For those of you who haven’t read The Blood Waltz, I’ve gotten iUniverse to re-release it. You can find it on their website and Amazon. You really need to read it first, because the sequel takes up where it leaves off. Keep checking back here, as I will post updates and previews as things roll along.

You can’t keep a good vampire down!