I’ve been working hard on writing Darkness Taunts. It’s turning out even better than I expected. I hope to put out an excerpt in the next month or two for those who are interested as well as the official synopsis. It will take place in Alaska again, though parts of the story will be in Juneau this time. If you have any particular questions, check out the FAQ page. The answers may be there or you can feel free to ask.
The giveaway on Goodreads was a great success. I was really pleased with the turnout. 871 people entered, though only three could win signed paperback copies. I’m in the process of mailing those out to the winners this week. If any of them are reading this, I’ll be messaging them soon with the shipping number so they can track their packages.
For those who didn’t win in the giveaway or are just hearing about the novel, I am offering a chance to get a free ebook copy (Kindle or Nook). All you have to do is leave a comment below with the following information:
1) Tell me where you first heard about Darkness Haunts.
2) List your three favorite paranormal/urban fantasy authors.
Make sure you enter a valid email address in the field where it asks for one. On March 20th I’ll conduct a drawing to select three random people who will receive copies. If there is a large enough turn-out, I may even increase the number who can win. Don’t worry if your comment doesn’t show up right away, I’ll approve it within a few hours and it will count as an entry.
Hope everyone has a great week!
Yay! Looking forward to reading the teaser 🙂
I’ll look forward to sharing it, Debra!
Holy cow I didn’t know you were already working on the sequel. Once things calm down you should be on the B3 podcast again. 🙂
1) I cant even remember where I heard about DH the first time 🙁
2) Does Mark Rice count as urban fantasy? JR Ward, Theresa Medieros,
Thanks for your answer. I sent you a copy of the novel!
I want to read this book! Sounds interesting!
Cannot wait for Darkness Taunts. I found Darkness Haunts on my Kindle. Loved it. Did not want to stop reading and go to sleep. Some favorite urban fantasy authors are Patricia Briggs, Karen Marie Moning, Sherrilyn Kenyon and India Drummond.