Guys. My life has been crazy. I know I haven’t been posting much recently, and as soon as I finish Sacrifice (Book 5), I’ll be back in action on the blog. That said, I needed to take a moment to thank you. To thank ALL of you. Tomorrow, my fourth book will be released. Storm originally came out in April 2012, so as of tomorrow, I’ll have released four books and three novellas in less than two years. I’d be crazy if I didn’t admit a little pride — yet I’m so humbled, too, because I know all of you had something to do with it. Many writers spend years dreaming of publication (I was one of them!) and many writers never get to publish one novel, much less four. So thank you. All of you. I’m so lucky to have gotten the chance to meet so many of you, and I can’t wait to see how many more people will affect my life as I continue this publication journey.
Whether you’ve been with me since the beginning or you’re deciding to start with Secret (which is fine — it can stand alone), here are some ways to buy the book, if you’re so inclined:
Please consider joining me for the launch party for Secret, this Saturday, February 1, 2014, at 1pm, at Barnes & Noble in Ellicott City, Maryland. Click here for details.
If you can’t afford to buy the book, but you still want to read it, I encourage you to borrow from your public library or to borrow from a friend. If you find the book available for free on the internet, that is a piracy site, and downloading it for free is illegal.
If you do choose to read Secret, I can’t wait to hear what you think. Please know that one of the greatest favors you can do for a writer is to review his or her book. Even if you don’t like a book, reviews matter. (I fell in love with Pamela Clare’s romantic suspense series after reading a bad review of one of her books and deciding I had to see what all the fuss was about! Now I’ve bought all the books in the series!) That said, I know Secret deals with a lot of issues that may be painful or private for some readers, and if you’d like to share any thoughts privately (good or bad), please don’t hesitate to email me directly at email@example.com. I will never make reader emails public without permission, and I don’t collect email addresses for marketing purposes.