I’m very excited to announce that The Princess Dragon, revised edition, should be available as an ebook within 72 hours. I’m still waiting on the final print cover files so that I can publish the print edition, but I’ve never been a patient person, so I had to go ahead and publish the ebook edition …
Do you, or don’t you? Read the prologue, that is? I’d like to know your thoughts on whether books should even have prologues, including The Princess’s Dragon (the prologue which I included in this post.)
When I started out writing Lilith’s Fall, it looked a great deal different than it does now. One of the biggest changes I made was in switching from first-person Point of View (POV) to third-person POV. There is a distinct reason that I chose to make this change. I should mention one of the big …
Febe and Morbidon have been torn apart by circumstances beyond their control. Can they come back together and find the happiness that has been stolen from them? Will they overcome the obstacles that now keep Febe from being Morbidon’s Bride?
Morbidon is ready to settle down and be the husband his soulmate deserves, but he needs to take care of one loose end before he can be certain that nothing will ever try to come between them again.
Ah, there’s nothing quite like typing the last line in an epilogue! I was going to do a cart-wheel of joy, but came to my senses before I ended up in traction. Instead, I settled for a victory dance that left my cats traumatized and confused just by bearing witness to it. The epilogue of …
Febe’s in love, and for the first time in her life, she knows what true happiness feels like. But can her euphoric mood last when unexpected visitors spoil her celebratory mood? There’s something rotten in the Underworld, and it’s not the corpses.
Tired of feeling helpless and not in control of her own destiny, Febe tried to use Morbidon’s power against him, losing herself in the process. What happens now? Find out in these two chapters which continue the story of Morbidon’s Bride.
Can Febe recover from being burned by Morbidon’s wraithfire? Or will the price for his healing be too high for her to pay?
Febe is dying, being slowly consumed by Morbidon’s magical wraithfire. He isn’t able to put out the flames. No matter what magic he tries, he’s only able to slow them down, but his soulmate still suffers. Can he confront the rage inside him and defeat it to quench those flames once and for all?