Despite my being sick and out most of the week, Ties of Blood, book 3 in the Amaranthine series, is now officially available on Smashwords – just barely squeaking in at the last minute!
- Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/87705
- Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Ties-of-Blood-Amaranthine-ebook/dp/B005M9B77O/
- Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Sony & Apple: Coming in Roughly Two weeks
- Paperback: coming in roughly four weeks
Don’t want to read it on the PC? No problem! Smashwords sells copies for Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions, and others! Just download the appropriate version.
Wanna wait? no problem! Go here to read sample chapters and more!
The paperback will be following along – I have to wait for the proof to arrive (yes, again) so I can double check it before I approve it. Look for it in roughly four weeks.
Instead of putting the book description in here, I thought I’d take a moment to thank some people instead!
My husband, who is just as twisted as I am and maybe more so. I love you.
My mother, who knows the books better than I do and continues to re-read every time I re-write.
My brother, who happens to be one of my favorite people in the world. Also, to my father – hey, vampire books are way more fun than politics! . And, of course my “UK representative” Rick and his miniature zoo.
Carolyn “Mighty Ed” Cason for once again stepping up and attempting to smack this manuscript into shape.
Jonathan Harvey for all of his bazillion distractions. If you want to waste time he’ll find you a million ways to do it. He also has a book (though there are no vampires in it).
Paul V. Montesino, PhD, fellow author and all around standup guy for his Spanish translation. He saved Jorge from being a victim of online translators!
Ruth Anne Nordin, fellow writer and friend for her encouragement to me and so many others.
Daniel Kennedy who pops up now and again, and who is to blame for this whole series.
Susan “The Ever Delightful” Koenig way up there in Canada for her great suggestions and the smiles she brings.
The awesome gals at Indie Authors Unite, even though I have been absent lately.
And to everyone else who’s encouraged me over the last year. You have no idea how much a kind word can mean!
Lastly, a special thank you to God. Who says he doesn’t love a good vampire book?