February is a time for love. It’s also a time for sales on amazing novels, and going all Marie Kondo on my stash of swag. Are you ready?
#1 is a FREE box set – My Paranormal Valentine. This set is chock full of book boyfriends, including brooding bear shifter Karl who is in my Northern Wolves book Rogue, included in with a whole lot of other goodies.
#3 is this hot mess of books and….swag. My swag closet is out of control, and I’m two releases away from being featured on an episode of Hoarders. I’m packing all this stuff up into a ton of mystery boxes, and sometime around the end of the month I’ll be drawing random names from entries and shipping these goodies out. Want a chance to win? Sign up for my New Release Alerts, or Debra’s Demons, or the White Lightning mailing list, and keep your eyeballs focused on your e-mail because when I send out the notice, all you’ll need to do is click and you’ll be entered.
Ready to read a light-hearted, funny paranormal romance/urban fantasy with a town full of quirky supernatural beings?
Brimstone and Broomsticks is book 1 in the new Accidental Witches Series, and the first of my contributions to the Love Spells brand of “laugh-out-loud” paranormal romances.
Maintaining the town wards is the only witch-magic Cassandra Perkins performs—well, except for that time she set her ex-boyfriend’s pants on fire. But when she gets stuck defending a man who claims to be the son of the devil against assault charges, Cassie finds herself firing up amulets and dusting off her broomstick.
Who knew a demon could be so hellishly sexy? Or that his arrival could cause so much trouble in a town full of werewolves, trolls, and harpies?
It’s an annual pilgrimage for me—October, Skyline Drive, a cabin in Shenandoah National Park. I hike until I feel like my legs are about to fall off, then sit in my cabin or in the lodge tap room and write. There’s no internet (at the lodge, but it’s spotty) and cell signals are pretty much nonexistent, so I get a lot done. But it’s not just about work, it’s about getting out in the fall air, seeing some breathtaking vistas, and hopefully a bear or two.
Yeah, a bear. Last year I saw one at about mile 40, unconcerned as he munched on vegetation along the side of the road. There was a back-up of cars making their careful way around him, snapping a few pictures. On the way back home last year I also caught a rare glimpse of a bobcat dashing across the road in the morning fog and pausing to eye me before dashing off into the woods.
So I arrived, hoping I’d get another bear sighting this year. I unloaded my bags into my cabin, sat outside with some summer sausage, cheese, and a beer, and eyed the enormous groundhog hole under the section of the cabin that housed the bathroom.
This year was colder than normal. That first night, the heater shut off around 10pm and never came on again. Around midnight I realize it had dropped to about 55 degrees in the cabin. By morning I figured it had to be upper 40’s and I don’t want to get out of bed.
I’m used to winter camping, but that was thirty years ago and I’m a bit of a wuss now. So I get up, fix a pot of coffee (priorities) and find the remote for the heater. Then I proceed to push every damned button on the thing but I can’t make the heater come on. Giving up, I crawl back in bed to drink my coffee, then get dressed and go to the lodge for breakfast, telling them to send maintenance for the heater. By the time I get back to my cabin, I see the heater seems to be working and is set on 68. It’s still cold, but I figure give it time while I go for a hike. Continue reading →
It’s here! Bum’s Rush, White Lightning Book 2 is now available at all retailers. Make sure you grab it now because in a few weeks, it will go exclusive to Amazon into their Kindle Unlimited Program.
When their moonshine-running enterprise is arbitrarily shut down, Hattie attempts a spectacular illusion to save the business…and fails to pull it off. Now everyone who’s anyone knows that Vincent isn’t the only magic user in the city of Baltimore.
With her cover blown Hattie finds herself targeted by the local mob, with Vincent specifically tasked to bring her in. Can Hattie stay one step ahead of the only man she thought she could trust with her secrets? In a world filled with magic, where every promise can be broken, Hattie will need to gamble on the only thing she can truly count on: herself.