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Thanks to Caroline at Prism Book Alliance for the lovely 4 star review of the audio book of Shades of Sepia
On Wings of Song is now available for pre-order from Dreamspiner Press
Big thanks to Sarah Madison, Shira Anthony, Tempeste O’Riley, Andrew Q. Gordon, Charley Descoteaux, and Jana Denardo for hosting my cover reveal today. I’ve also blogged at Shira’s about the cover, and at Sarah’s about inspiration for the story.
The cover is by TL Bland
She’s also written a wonderful five star review for Winter Duet.
Thanks, Lou 🙂
He also asked me to write a guest post to accompany the review – it’s about writing in series.
Check out the graphic with the post. It’s gorgeous! A big thanks to Mark and Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews!
Shades of Sepia is now an audio book, and is available through audible.com
Shades of Sepia and Elizabeth Noble’s Electric Candle are both finalists in this year’s Rainbow Awards.
And to finish off, another lovely review for Shades of Sepia from Elise at Sensual Reads
He also asked me to write a guest post to accompany the review and there’s a chance to win an ebook copy of the book. Just leave a comment on the post to be in the draw.
Hey friends! Because of Jade received an honorable mention in the Rainbow Awards, and I’m over the moon about it. The HM itself is awesome, but the brief review that accompanied it is music to my ears. Here’s one sentence from it. The rest can be found on Elisa Rolle’s website. My story is one of many wonderful reads that received this recognition, and I wish I could remember who all to congratulate in person. A few: Suki Fleet, Elizabeth Noble, Anne Barwell, Ethan Stone. Lots of others, Sincere congrats to all!
Shades of Sepia and Elizabeth Noble’s Electric Candle have both received honourable mentions in this years’ Rainbow Awards.
Also, both books were reviewed by Gay List Book Reviews.
Winter Duet is now on the coming soon page at Dreamspinner Press..
To be published 6th October 2014 by Dreamspinner Press
With Kristopher finally fit enough to travel, he and Michel leave the security of their safe house and continue their journey across Germany toward Switzerland. Caught in a series of Allied bombings, they stop to help civilians and narrowly escape capture by German forces.
While investigating a downed aircraft in the Black Forest, the two men discover an injured RAF pilot. After they are separated, Kristopher and the pilot are discovered by a German officer who claims he is not who he appears to be. Determined to find Michel again, Kristopher has to trust the stranger and hope he is not connected to those searching for him and the information he carries. Meanwhile Michel is intercepted by one of the Allied soldiers he met in Berlin. His help is needed to save one of their own.
Time quickly runs out. Loyalties are tested and betrayed as the Gestapo closes in. Michel can only hope that they can reach safety before information is revealed that could compromise not only his and Kristopher’s lives, but those of the remaining members of their team—if it is not already too late.