So, in honor of the fact I have an ARC left and Green-Eyed Envy officially releases in less than a month, I am holding a contest to give that ARC away to one lucky reader. This contest is open to people anywhere and everywhere in the world and I will ship the ARC to the
I’m completely thrilled to share that Green-Eyed Envy has earned my second starred review from Publishers Weekly. Considering how hard I worked to avoid the infamous “sophomore slump” on this book, I couldn’t be happier with this news! “Marissa ‘Riss’ Holloway, chief magical investigator and Fury, takes on Boston’s first arcane serial killer in this
I have a guest blog post up at the RWA FF&P Chapter’s Blog about fear of the Sophomore Slump. Check it out! Also, I will be doing a book-signing at the Saint Louis City Public Library’s Central Express Branch in downtown St. Louis on July 7th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You can find
I’ve posted the first chapter of Green-Eyed Envy. Go forth and enjoy! In other news, I am working on getting an answer on when Red Hot Fury will be available electronically. Yes, still. Sorry it’s taking so long but I will update as soon as I know the answer! Additionally, I am trying to schedule
I am thrilled to share the finalized cover for Green-Eyed Envy and couldn’t be more pleased. Both Judy York and the Ace Art Department have done a fabulous job once more. They have done a fabulous job of blending artistic license with my vision of Riss and brought her to kick-ass life. I am truly
I’m excited to announce that Green-Eyed Envy is now available for pre-order from Amazon.com. The publication date is June 28, 2011 and I should be getting the cover any day now. I’ve turned the book in to my editor and am just waiting for her revision notes so I can go through the first round
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...