Giveaways, Quarantine Ebook Sales, Radio Interview, And Much More

I sat down to talk with Rachel Steele from my local radio station, KPIP, in an interview that aired today, April 27, 2020. In it, we discussed my vampire series, The Blood Royal Saga, and my progress on writing the fourth installment, Flesh And Blood.

Awards Nominations!

I also have some exciting news to share about the two books I published through Eagle Heights Press in 2019!

  • Also, Dark Conjurings: A Short Fiction Horror Anthology is up for two awards this year:
    • 2020 Midwest Book Awards in Fiction: Anthology
    • 2020 Ben Franklin Awards™️ in Fiction: Horror

I’m grateful and honored to have the recognition from both the Midwest Independent Publishers Association and the Independent Book Publishers Association.

The awards ceremonies will be online this year, and I’m looking forward to those events.

In addition, Sarah Read, who wrote the foreword for Dark Conjurings won a Bram Stoker Award™️ from the Horror Writers Association this spring for her First Novel, The Bone Weaver’s Orchard. If you haven’t read it yet, you’re in for a treat. She was also nominated for a 2020 Stoker Award for her short story collection, Out of Water. Congratulations to her! It’s so well deserved.

Quarantine Reading

With bookstores and libraries closed and people needing an escape while they’re stuck at home, I’m making books more accessible to help during this difficult time.

Right now, ebooks of In The Blood are only $.99 until the end of May!

Also, ebooks of Dark Conjurings are only $.99 through the end of May as well.

Events and Giveaways

This week, The Blood Royal Saga is featured on I Love Vampire Novels.

You can find an interview with me there, plus enter to win an autographed paperback. The giveaway ends May 3, 2020 11:45 pm CDT, so hurry to enter! And while you’re there, check out their exclusive group on Facebook, sign up for their newsletter, and follow them on social media so you never miss out on great deals and book reviews.

I hope you are all staying safe. Layla and Mustang Sally and I are hanging with the family at home. I’m reminding myself daily that boredom is good because boredom means we’re all healthy and safe. There’s no emergencies. I hope the same is true for you. And if you have to work because your job is essential, THANK YOU. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO. Please know that you’re making a difference, and we are all safer because of you.

Much love to you and yours!

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