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Starling will once again be available starting February 14, 2017. This newly edited and expanded edition is over 5,000 words longer than the original edition and contains additional new material (as we trimmed of one or two things from the original). … Continue reading
Vampires! We’ve re-released Snare, our weird off-the-grid, NYC as a vampire prison island M/M/M romance. Currently. it’s available in ebook only from Amazon (and a part of KU if you’re into that sort of thing). You can grab it at https://www.amazon.com/Snare-Paranormal-Romance-ebook/dp/B01MA5O2RO Shifters! … Continue reading
At Torquere you can get 40% off on everything using the code MOM2016. All my and Erin’s titles are here: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=index&manufacturers_id=550 And this includes the preorder on Snare (the death, vampires, taxes book – find out more (including content advisories) here: https://avian30.com/2016/04/30/cover-reveal-and-content-information-for-snare/ ) which … Continue reading
Promotions for two different titles have collided and you get lots of stuff to read free! If you go to All Romance, you can get Starling free for the next 48 hours. Please do that. If you read it and … Continue reading
There are a bunch of sales on today (March 17, 2016) on our titles, so here’s the run-down: 40% off everything ebook at Torquere (where most of my and Erin’s titles are) with code lucky2016. You can find all those … Continue reading
I know you’re reading that headline and wondering why I’m stating the obvious. The short answer is because it apparently needs to be stated. Yesterday, Erin and I were in our Philadelphia office doing a long, brutal edit on The Art … Continue reading