E-book Signatures

If anyone is interested in having their e-book edition signed by me, please clink the Authorgraph link in the sidebar. From there, you can request a custom signature. I’ll try my best to make it pretty for you. 🙂

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Official News!

So I am officially working on the official edits for Book 2, tentatively titled Bones of the Vale. There is no release date as of yet, but the novel will be published by Hadley Rille Books likely in 2014. The sooner I finish the edits, the sooner it can be published, so be rest assured that I’m working diligently. Hooray!

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Last day for the Goodreads giveaway!

Tomorrow is the last day to enter the Goodreads giveaway for a signed edition of Nightingale!


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A nice video

Here’s a really nice little video that Hadley Rille Books put out yesterday. It showcases various authors that have been published by them, including yours truly. 🙂

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Amazon is listing Nightingale for 99¢! Take advantage of this offer while you can!

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Another giveaway!

I’m holding another giveaway for two signed copies of Nightingale! Please follow the link below to enter. Also, this giveaway is only open to U.S. residents.


I also have two copies available for reviewers. I can mail these anywhere so if you’re interested, leave a comment. In the comment, please leave some information about where reviews will be posted and your reviewing history.


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“Talros rose to his feet and crossed to the window. Outside, the stars glittered in the dark sky. For nearly a week he had been closeted in an inn of Tione, a small town between the Baron d’Iseult’s estates and Benthol. Time was wasting, draining as quickly as blood from an open wound. Talros’ instincts told him that something was coming to a head, and that someone else would die unless he solved this mystery swiftly. The snake was growing hungry and would soon strike again. He was certain.” – Nightingale, Chapter 12

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