Eleanor and I are in Tampa at Rainbow Con. Come and visit us in the dealer’s room and enter our giveaway for a chance to win a Kindle Fire and free books. I’ll be wearing the t-shirt that says: “I love boys who sparkle.”
Since next month, Eleanor and I will be attending Rainbow Con in Tampa, FL, The Novel Approach Reviews is celebrating by hosting us on their site. And we are celebrating by giving away our two shifter books, The Moon’s Dirty Light and Beneath the 13th Moon.
You can go HERE and read our interview, or click on the Rafflecopter option below to register for the giveaway. Good luck!
Eleanor and I are taking a short hiatus from the Werewolves of Baltimore series and starting a new project tentatively entitled Wet SEAL. This is about a BUDS recruit who falls for his training officer. Don’t worry, we’re going to get back to Dylan, Logan, Kaden and the gang. Probably towards the summer. We’ll update when we have more information.
Thanks for your continued support!
Eleanor and I are pleased to be the last authors to have a profile piece on Reviews by Jessewave. (Wave is closing her site after the New Year.) Our “interview” is HERE.
We talk about how we started writing our series, Werewolves of Baltimore, Bruce Springsteen and more importantly The Boss’ incredible ass. *g*
So, if you are a Goodreads member, please consider voting for The Law of the Jungle and The Moon’s Dirty Light. Here are the categories:
Best Short Story (25 pages or 15K words or less) – The Law of the Jungle
Best Free Story – The Law of the Jungle
Best Law Enforcement – The Moon’s Dirty Light
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This book has only been out for a matter of days and is already receiving rave reviews. Don’t miss the second installment of this paranormal best-selling series set in my hometown of Baltimore. This time we talk about the Baltimore myth, Black Aggie, a cursed statue which is rumored to crush anyone who sits in her lap overnight!
If you missed the first book, The Moon’s Dirty Light. it is available HERE.
Is Liam Van Zandt living in The Twilight Zone? It sure looks that way. The victims in the murders he’s investigating seem to have been crushed by a cursed statue.
In the middle of his investigation Liam is fighting his attraction to the mysterious Dr. Bartek Szala, a police consultant and amateur folklorist. With everything coming to a head and his Captain breathing down his neck, Liam has been denying his attraction to Bartek. But when they are thrust into a supernatural world of witches, vampires and werewolves they have to join forces or they won’t survive.
Will Liam and Bartek come out alive or will they succumb to the danger that surrounds the Legend of Black Aggie?