It's a quiet day.
Well, quiet other than the bulldozer running next to my house, but you know what I mean. It's just me and the computer as I push through the book, trying to decide which city to destroy and which person to kill and which to save. My main character Gage and I have been spending a lot of time staring at wall, thinking. It seems that I've created quite a mess for him and we're both sitting around, thinking WTF?!?! We'll find our way out of this dark wood, but it may take a little time.
While we're fumbling about, I've got a few reminders:
It is my understanding that today is the last day to pick up the Nightwalker e-book at its reduced price of $0.99. Spread the word! Tap your friend! Tell a total stranger. The world needs to be reading this book and what better way than to pick it up for less than a dollar. Here are some links if you're interested:
In addition, there's a prequel novella that was released last week called "The Dead, the Damned, and the Forgotten." It originally appeared in the Unbound anthology, but it is now available as a stand-alone e-book for only $0.99. If you haven't read the anthology yet and need a little more Mira, this is a great way to get your fix! The novella is a something of a murder mystery set roughly a month before the events of Nightwalker in Mira's home domain of Savannah. A nightwalker has been murdered and Mira must quickly discover the identity of the killer before her domain descends into chaos. The story was a lot of fun to write and gives readers a sneak peek at some of the characters that appear in the series in later books. Her are some links if you're interested:
Barnes and Noble
Also, regardless of whether you're just finding the series now or have been a fan from the beginning, you can always stop by The Dark Room discussion board to leave comments and questions. I haunt the board several times a day and try to respond when I see a comment. I will be posting information on the board at the end of the week about the new series that will be hitting shelves and e-readers later this year. The discussion board is also a great place to chat with other fans of the series.
And finally, don't forget that I'm doing a book signing and discussion at Joseph-Beth Booksellers on Thursday, February 9 from 7pm to 9pm. We'll be talking about the Dark Days series and giving information on the new series as well. In fact, I will be giving both the title and date of the release for the final Dark Days novella, featuring Mira and Valerio. I don't currently have any other plans to travel this year, so this may be my only time out and about signing books. If you're anywhere near the Cincinnati area, please stop by for the fun!
Now, I'm off to write my blog entry for Supernatural Underground, which will appear on the site tomorrow, Tuesday, February 7. If you're not checking out this blog, it's a great place to keep up with some great urban fantasy/paranormal romance authors.