Hey there, folx! I’m back and I bring good tidings.
The last time I was here, I was hesitantly hopeful about what this year would bring. I’m thankful to report that this year has already been better than the last few, and fingers crossed, will continue in a similar vein.
Here’s what you can expect:
You survived a slaughter at your boyfriend’s hands. Do you ever lie awake at night and wonder what could have been? Do you wonder if someone is coming for you to finish the job?
Riley’s high school boyfriend killed her family – and tried to kill her.
That’s why she has made it her life’s goal to spread her story so no one else has to live through what she survived. So when a true crime novelist invites her to be a part of his Final Girls convention, she can’t say no.
But when a storm pins all the Final Girls in a hotel together, the bodies start piling up, and Riley doesn’t know who to trust.
Will she survive or will the killer, intent on finishing the job, get to her before the storm lets up?
You can grab Last Ones Left right now at its discounted price, and because my next move is to release the second in my sci-fi series, I’ve put Banquet on sale as well. If you don’t know about it, here you go:
An angry, female equivalent of Han Solo who doesn’t care about anyone but herself. Her own life on the line, she must decide what matters more: autonomy or the greater good.
Rison Ecks is a criminal. She’s been sentenced to live out the rest of her life doing manual labor on a prison planet in a dark corner of the galaxy for attempting to assassinate the man who raised her – then killed her lover.
When her prison transport crash-lands on an unplotted planet, Rison is flung into a civilization she doesn’t understand where no one is what they seem.
With the help of a femme fatale and an adorable android, Rison must bring down a deadly competition that no one has ever escaped alive.
Together, they plot to overthrow their captors and end the barbaric contest… even if it kills them.
Ready to read it? Get your discounted copy of Banquet.
I’ve been hard at work trying to polish manuscripts I wrote last year so that I can have at least three published this year. With Last Ones Left out already, I’m confident I’ll make that goal.
Here’s hoping all of us get a better ’21 than ’20.
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