The first of my maps have been revealed for The She-Wolf of Kanta (April 17, 2018) and it’s so beautiful! Radiant Crown Publishing has truly outdone themselves with the quality of these maps and I’m so excited to be able to share them with you!
Here’s just a short snippet of what it looks like. Click to see the full history and map!
The History of Kanta:
Kanta used to be a small city with big hopes and dreams. The people pushed back the wilderness and claimed the land for their own, creating a haven amid the old forest…
See the full map and history of Kanta!
I’m so excited guys. This cover is freaking gorgeous. I just finished confirming the maps that’ll be included as well. I know it’s still 8 months out before this gets officially released, but there’s no stopping the hype train now.
Here take a look so you can get pumped too!
Did I mention there’s a giveaway going on too?? I know, the good news just keeps on coming!
Enter to win an advanced reader copy of this very novella! You can also get a $5 Amazon gift card too, but that’s not as cool as getting to read about werewolves, a mad scientist, and a strong female protagonist, is it? 😉
Here’s the link to the raffle, you can enter via Facebook or with just your email.
The Huntress Becomes the Hunted
Mercy has always dreamed of becoming a werewolf trapper like her father. In Kanta, one must learn how to survive one way or another. A dark-skinned, blue-eyed young beauty, Mercy understands that she brings out the beast in monsters and men. When a routine werewolf delivery turns into a vicious assault from a pair of human traffickers, Mercy’s life changes forever. Somehow she must endure in a dangerous city where women and werewolves are hunted.
Sign up to see the cover reveal for The She-Wolf of Kanta tomorrow morning! We’ll also be giving away an eARC and a $5 Amazon giftcard! Note that this is available internationally!
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MomoCon has made me a bit behind on announcing things, but check out my author spotlight where I talk about my upcoming novella and what inspires me to write. 🖊📖
Every January I make a To-Do list of all my major works in progress and figure out which ones I want to prioritize. Here’s the 2017 edition.
Looking back over last year, I’m super proud of all the work I’ve done. So many short stories got finished up, published, and I’m hoping that more get picked up soon. Here’s a quick rundown of everything I published this year.
- January 2016 – A Slippery Customer
- Hit top 10 on Amazon’s Horror anthology list multiple times
- February 2016 – Tiny Necks
- Almost entirely 5-star reviews and more keep rolling in
- May 2016 – Curse of Beauty
- Received several excellent reviews! ❤
- October 2016 – Dead Man’s Hill
- A Halloween tale with a dash of dark humor
However I did notice that I hadn’t made much progress on my novels. Outside of Beyond the Treehouse, I didn’t do that much work on the WIP novels I had. There’s a good reason for that actually.
At the beginning of the year I got a publication offer from a small publishing company, one that I had worked with before. Their communications were a little sporadic, but I was excited to get my book published. However the contract they sent me gave me major concerns. It took me a bit to find some legal advice, but once I did I felt like I had a grounded ability to negotiate and listed out my requests. Unfortunately a big request on my list was not available to negotiate, and I had to reject the offer. A few months later I found out that the publisher was closing shop after being in the business since 2012.
I was upset to hear what had happened to them, and to the amazing authors who worked with them. It was also hard for me to get back into working on my books after that. Short stories I could dive into easily, but books were harder. Books take a lot of commitment, and after having plans fall through like that, it’s been hard to get motivated again.
I’m hoping to change that in 2017. This year I’m planning on focusing a lot more on my novels, and hopefully knock out book 2 for one of my series on the list. I also have a standalone horror novel that I’ve been itching to start too. Here’s my list of WIP novels and short stories for 2017. Look at how complete that short story listing is too! ❤
If you want to see my 2016 WIP to-do list, check out my post:
Hooray for To-Do Lists!