A Special FREE Book & Other Reasons to be Thankful

demon hunter, jenny schwartz, kindle unlimited,Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, and especially to my American friends. I’ve put Demon Hunter, the first book in my Collegium series, free for Thanksgiving (free ends November 25). While you eat all the yummy leftovers, you’ll have something to read 🙂

Phoenix Blood Cover Reveal

phoenix blood, jenny schwartz, pnr, paranormal romance, kindle unlimited,Lou Harper has outdone herself with the cover for Phoenix Blood. I worry so much when I fill in a cover art design form. What do I say to get my visual ideas for a book across to someone I’ve never met? In real life, a lot of my conversation involves me waving my arms around trying to explain what I mean. That doesn’t actually translate to a cover art form. But somehow, Lou performs magic.

With Phoenix Blood in particular she has taken the essence of the book and put it on the page. This is a paranormal romance with depth, where the hero has suffered, where magic doesn’t make things sparkly and easy. Intense emotion, vulnerable hearts that the hero and heroine protect ferociously, and a road trip unlike any other.

So, today, I want to say a huge thank you to Lou Harper for turning words into a visually stunning cover.

Suburban Adventures

Finally, I want to say thank you for the fact that I live in such a cool city. Perth is situated along the Swan River. We sprawl a fair way in all directions, but this is our starting place. The river is wide and lazy. It’s really an estuary. It’s beautiful. The silence of limestone cliffs and a quiet cove in the middle of the city is something special.

Me and my dodgy knee tackled the uneven steps, taking due care thanks to sign warning of potential rockfalls.
Me and my dodgy knee tackled the uneven steps, taking due care thanks to a sign warning of potential rockfalls.
It was totally worth the climb.
It was totally worth the climb.
There was even a cave, but my knee and I played it safe and stayed on the beach.
There was even a cave, but my knee and I played it safe and stayed on the beach.
The cove was pretty special. So quiet that all I heard was the river.
The cove was pretty special. So quiet that all I heard was the river.

5 Replies to “A Special FREE Book & Other Reasons to be Thankful”

  1. I am finally on your side of the coast. Unfortunately, my computer and therefore my access to my email is still travelling along with the rest of the fun stuff like lounge chairs and beds. I knew there was a reason I didn’t ‘do’ camping, but we will survive. ? Hopefully everything else will be here soon.

    We have watched our first sunset over the Indian Ocean, checked out our little suburb and are planning to see all the beautiful places you’ve shared in your blog. Once I have my computer, I can do my blog and share my reviews of your fabulous books. ?

    I am loving the lack of humidity. ?

      1. Woohoo! You’re here! and your email will catch up 🙂 “Camping” is not my idea of fun, either. That would bother me even more than losing access to my computer. Ugh. But it’s so cool you’re a Sandgroper now 🙂

    1. Thanks, Vickey 🙂 I should have taken a photo of the traffic — so many trucks — that I drove through to get there. They made the serenity at the river even more impressive.

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