Exciting news: Red Hot Fury received a starred review in Publishers Weekly. Totally unexpected but I am absolutely thrilled! “Urban fantasy readers looking for something new will thrill to this exhilarating debut, populated with creatures from Greek myth. To end a war between mortals and supernatural arcanes, the Furies stepped in to be peacemakers. Now
So, this is a (nonfinal) proof of the temporary tattoos I’m having designed to give away at the Romantic Times Convention next month (and leading up to release date). I am so in love with the design my awesome friend J from AW (and I have TOTALLY got to get the website she wants me
Here’s a teaser from Red Hot Fury’s sequel, Green Eyed Envy, which I’m currently working on: Barely an hour later I had ditched the hot pink negligee (and horniness) for my red leather Fury uniform. Scott and I waited for Harper outside the branch of the city morgue that housed arcane corpses. Her job for the FBI made her no stranger to after-hour telephone calls summoning her to check out a body, but this was the first time her duty was to ID the corpse rather than...
Hopefully others will find this at least half as exciting as I do. The awesome folks at Penguin/Berkley have included a full-age ad for Red Hot Fury in their July catalog primarily aimed toward booksellers. I think they did a fantastic job with it and I’m just so grateful and thrilled! You can take a
I am pleased as punch (spiked if you prefer it that way) to be able to share my amazingly gorgeous cover with you. The Ace art department has done a FABULOUS job of bringing Riss, my very own Red Hot Fury, to life and I absolutely love this cover. Props also go to my stupendous