One year ago, my first book, “Treat Me Kindly,” was published by Damnation Books :) To celebrate, I’m offering autographed copies at a discount from now until 6/11. I’m happy to say that I actually don’t have many copies left after conventions in May, so if I run out, I’ll still honor the discounted price until next week :)
Thank you, everyone, for supporting everything I do <3
Get your signed copy of the book here!
You can read a snippet of the book here!
Katalynne quietly took in everything Fagan was telling her, letting it process in the back of her head.
Demons were real? Check.
There was an entire world full of them? Check.
These men hunted them down and, for some reason, wanted her to be a part of this crazy operation? Double check?
“Um… c-can I sit down?”
“There’s no chairs in this area,” Fagan frowned a bit because, shit, the least he could do was have a chair at the ready for her.
Now that the first book in our Hunters series, “Seeking the Storyteller,” is out, we’ve decided to write little side stories to go with the book(s). Here is the first one :)
“Seeking the Storyteller” can be purchased at the following:
1. Amazon ebook
2. Etsy physical copy (autographed by authors and includes a free chibi character sketch)
As I sit down at my desk I see a group of women standing at the cubicle across from mine. There’s four of them, but my attention lingers on the one sitting at the desk. Janette Peters. She brings me back to those uncomfortable times of having crushes on people who I could never obtain. In high school, such feelings can be dismissed with promises of it being just a phase or even the elegant lies of you’ll find someone, someday. Such words aren’t used on the twenty-five year old female. You still don’t have someone? What are you waiting for? Right, of course, it’s obviously me who is procrastinating on finding a girlfriend. At least I’m dodging the childbearing bullet, much to the dismay of my mother.
A bunch of stuff to talk about this morning! We got some more “Seeking the Storyteller” art. We got another excerpt you can check out. And there’s an event where you can get the ebook for 99 cents. You read that right, 99 cents! For Mother’s Day weekend “Seeking the Storyteller” is on sale, so now is a great time to get it if you haven’t done so already!
Now, onto the fanart. This piece of fanart is by the extremely talented Sean Iredale, who we met along with Tyler Hansen during Wizard World. This is Atticus, a villain who is whispered about in the first book who plays a major part throughout the series. Sean really captured his scary epic power here.
Suddenly he was racing down the hallway, pushing open a set of large, double doors. Hanzo’s back was to him as he helped a young girl walk through a hidden passage in the wall. “Just go!” He screamed to her, “Your mother and I will catch up, I promise!”
But he had broken that promise.
Hanzo had never caught up and neither did the girl’s mother. Haven could now feel the choking sting of sadness against the back of his throat, could taste the regret, the anger, the fear. He knew that these feelings were coming from his dragon, but they were so strong that they gnawed at his stomach as if they were his own. He was the one who couldn’t protect his friends and family from this man, this man he did and did not know. This man, this Atticus, who floated above everything as the entire area crumbled around him. He could hear him laughing, the sound reverberating through his mind and his entire body.
THIS WEEKEND is the ONLY time you can get a copy of the ebook for 99 cents, so if you’re looking for a good supernatural story to read, now is the time!
BOOK SALE! THIS WEEKEND ONLY!
So we had an artist do a sketch of one of the characters from “Seeking the Storyteller.” This is actually her look from the second book, which is in the works, but he captured her style perfectly. Her name is Katalynne Cove and she works for Randall Fagan, one of the Hunters in the story.
Here is the picture and an excerpt from her debut in the first book. Thanks goes to Chad Jasper of Freaky Atomic Robot Zombies Studios, whose website is here: http://www.farzstudios.com/MAIN/FREAKY_MAIN.html
“He was cleared of those charges,” Katalynne said, remembering the pointless mess she had to deal with a couple of months ago. Three dead bodies, two of which were students on campus, with the same evidence of a brutal sword attack but no proof that the sword belonged to her boss. “In fact, I believe you were in the courtroom at the time.”
“Doesn’t mean Randall Fagan isn’t a psychotic killer. The public has seen the pictures. There are bodies and sightings of him during the night in different neighborhoods. Just because the police can’t link the bodies doesn’t mean he’s not responsible.”
Katalynne rolled her eyes, disinterest in anything the woman had to say. “And I suppose you believe in his partner, Bigfoot, as well?”
Liza ignored the jest and kept pushing. “How about you, Ms. Cove? What exactly do you do for him that pays your bills? You left a highly lucrative job as a personal assistant for one of the leading law firms in the state to work for this man? What does he pay you for?”
“I pick up his dry cleaning.”
You can get a signed copy of our book here, otherwise, it’ll be at ACEN next weekend: https://www.etsy.com/listing/186904208/seeking-the-storyteller-a-hunters-novel?ref=shop_home_feat_4
Did somebody say character sketch and book excerpt?
"I know of the Storyteller," it whispers into the man’s ear, "I’ve met him. If you promise not to kill me, I’ll take you to him."
Did you miss getting a signed copy of “Seeking the Storyteller” at one of our conventions? Would you like a signed copy complete with a one of a kind sketch in the front of one of the characters? Of course you would! Check out our Etsy store for your copy now!
The book is now available on our Etsy shop!