I’ve managed to escape the computer for a couple of hours two Fridays in a row! This is an awesome achievement. I’ve been writing and organising marketing for my books like a machine for all of 2016, so I’m glad to be sneaking in a little bit of balance. Why, yes, there is a world outside!
Yesterday, I was near the coast, so I managed a few minutes at the beach. It was a windy day with the clouds rolling in, but so beautiful.
For those of you who signed up to my new Review Team, advanced reader copies should be with you in a week, possibly two, for Plague Cult. (For those interested in reviewing my new releases, please contact me. I need your name, email and preferred digital format for reading; i.e. mobi, pdf or epub).
Plague Cult‘s blurb:
In a small Texas town a desire for love becomes a curse that unleashes a deadly plague.
Ruth Warner is estranged from her family. She loves them, but her magic makes her an outsider in Bideer, Texas. Ruth has built a new life in New York as a healer at the Collegium.
Sometimes, though, you have to go home.
After the local coroner reports a suspicious death, the Collegium’s Chief Healer orders Ruth to Bideer. There’s a new cult in town, a lonely hearts club, and it’s playing reckless games with a death curse.
But Ruth isn’t going home alone.
Danger is in Shawn Jackson’s blood. He is a Collegium guardian, a mage trained to fight evil. He’s also a man accustomed to keeping secrets. He’s a hollerider, a huntsman; one of those who birthed the legend of the Wild Hunt. When he unleashes his magic, terror rides with him.
He’s also Ruth’s back-up.
As evil stalks an innocent town, the dedicated healer and battle-hardened marine must trust their own hurting hearts to prevent a devastating plague.
Warning: “Plague Cult” includes a haunted house, an unconventional ghost, and a home renovation romance.
Plague Cult releases June 27, 2016.