Cassidy Giveaway https://js.gleam.io/e.js
Describe Death to me? He has pitch-black eyes. Not black like the tone, but more like the empty vastness of space. His hair is shoulder-length and as black as a Raven’s feathers. It’s fine and silky with no volume or style. It just falls and floats. His skin appears olive, but in the right light,… Continue reading Therapy of a Future Dark Queen #3
This Sunday Rain will start going live on Radish Fiction. A Dark Past Romance Rain has spent years trying to recover from the trauma of her youth. She's pulled her life together, got herself a career, and has even managed to try a relationship. Stuffing down her fight or flight response into a socially acceptable… Continue reading Radish Rain
Do you want to talk about the attack? Which one? The one that left that scar on your arm. *Hand feels for the scar in the crook of her elbow then falls away* I'd never been betrayed like that before. Not even by your father? That was different. How? He betrayed us all, even himself.… Continue reading Therapy of a Future Dark Queen #2
With the release of Shadow and Light fast approaching, (May 1st 2019) the sign-up to take part in the book Blitz is nearly closed. To sign-up to take part, and enter the draw for an Amazon gift card, head to Xpresso Tours to register. To preorder your copy of Of Shadow and Light head to… Continue reading Of Shadow and Light Book Blitz
Tell me about the car accident. Not much to tell. I don't remember much of it. There was a thud, horrible pain, then nothing. Nothing? Not absolute nothing. There was something, but it wasn't real. What was the something? Death. ... ... Tell me about death. He's beautiful. Beautiful? It was beautiful. He was. All… Continue reading Therapy of a Future Dark Queen #1
The release of Cassidy is finally here.
Don't miss out on meeting Ebony at her first signing in Sydney on Sunday 24th March 2019. 6 ways to enter. Open until Friday 8th February. A Romantic Rendezvous Ticket Giveaway https://js.gleam.io/e.js
When the Muse is in the mood, don’t argue with her about what you write.
2019 is promising to be just as busy as 2018, but I will try to keep on top of my writing and publishing for as long as my psyche and full-time job allow me too.