Nook? Smashwords? Kobo? iBooks? You got it!

 

You’ve been asking, and now I’ve finally been able to deliver!

Demonic Illusions is now available for Nook, Smashwords, Kobo, and iBooks!

LINKS HERE:

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And, of course, Amazon

Happy reading everyone!

And, as always, I can’t thank you enough for your support!

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Books 1 and 2 Now Available!

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Delilah says smart things. I love her as a character. She’s insane, but wise. Beautiful, but deadly. She knows who she is and doesn’t apologize.

Get to know Delilah better in Demonic Illusions.

Demonic Impulse (Book 1)

Haunted (Book 2)

A Few Days to Haunted!

New paranormal book by K.D. Reed, Haunted

There’s a struggle brewing within Sam. A demon loves him, but he’s unsure of what to do about it. And now, he’s taking Delilah to meet his family. It’s supposed to be the perfect weekend in a rented cabin. With his cheerful mom, moderately religious father, a sister that’s nothing but question marks, and his demon girlfriend, what could go wrong?  Then, weird things start happening. Sam’s family is in danger. His hope rests with Delilah. But, can he trust her?

Haunted is in its final edit right now! Only a few more days, and the next chapter of Demonic Illusions will be available!

Book 1 Demonic Impulse is only $.99 Not even a dollar! Haunted will be the same. Very excited that I can bring these to you for such a low price. And! Book 3 is on its way! It’s being drafted as we speak.

So snag your copy of Demonic Impulse so you’re up to speed.

See you in a few days!

 

Redesign. Because you know…

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Yay! A much better cover for Demonic ImpulseI’m awaiting for it to appear on Amazon’s listing for the book, but sooner or later it’ll show up. Quite happy with it. Now we’ve got some continuity with Haunted, and I’ve already got the elements I want for book 3 in the works.

It’s going to be cool.

Or hot. Whatever. You know what I mean.

Actually, it’s going to be more… electric.

Enjoy!

 

Not For the Faint of Heart

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Have you checked out Demonic Impulse yet? Brace yourself. It’s not cute. It’s not fluffy.

It’s rough. It’s twisted. It’s dark.

And it’s packed with brutal honesty.

It’s even a bit sultry.

I’d love to know if any of you have read it. I also love discussing the ideas in my works, so comment below for some jazzy conversation.

Thanks for reading!

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Now on sale!

We’re a day early. Which is AWESOME.

You can click the image above, or the image on the sidebar to see the listing and make your fine purchase.

Sam finally gathered the courage to approach the hottest girl he’s ever seen. He didn’t know she was a demon. Illusions, possessions, and a blood signed contract now navigate his life. The demon needs something only Sam can give her. She’s promised him everything he’s ever wanted. Will it be worth it?

Demonic Impulse is thrilling, juicy, and not for the faint of heart.

As I said before, I’m immensely proud of how this turned out. After a day of outlining, and only a few weeks of writing, things just seemed to fall into place for Sam and Delilah. I’m eager to continue their story.

I never thought I’d be a “horror” writer. But it’s too much fun, and too intense to leave alone. I’m quite excited about where it’s taking me. It’s almost addictive.

I cannot thank everyone enough for supporting me, both with writing in general and with Demonic Impulse. Even you, blog reader. I feel your love and encouragement. (Wow, that escalated to sappy quicker than I intended)

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Better be off, now. Book two isn’t going to write itself.

 

Pinterest & Me

I am quite the Pinterest user. I’m on it all the time. Some say it’s an unhealthy addiction, but I don’t heed that kind of toxic talk. They’re just jealous of my awesome Pinterest skills.

Any who! The point is, I use it frequently when writing to stir up my creative juices. It helps to look at what I’m talking about. Let me illustrate that point a little:

I have many Pinterest boards for my books. I have a New York board for Kevin, I have a complete collection of what seems like randomness to others for Maia, and I have a Delilah board for my Demonic Illusions series.

Delilah is the demon in the series (debuting  in Demonic Impulse due out this weekend, January 9th) and she’s really fun. To help me understand/visualize/have more fun with her, I created a Pinterest board to refer to. It’s great! I can pin things I want to mention about her. I can go back to it, and remind myself about a certain trait. Sometimes, I just scroll through it, to kick off the dust if it’s been a few days since I visited her story.

It’s not just Sam’s story, it’s her story too. That’s what makes this book so great. There’s double, almost conflicting, views to everything.

The point of me prattling on about all of this is twofold:

  1. As a writer, Pinterest can be an awesome tool. I highly recommend it to others for help. Also, it’s a fun way to explore your character, settings, or to find all sorts of writing advice. I’m there all the time for work related pins.
  2. If you want, you can check out my aforementioned boards, or just get to know me a little better, or follow me. I’m quite active there.

Here’s an example:

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That’s a cool inspiration image I found for Delilah.

Fire Escape

This set me in the perfect mood when I was revising Kevin.

Thumbelina and Swallow

I love this. Maia is a retelling of Thumbelina. This illustration warms my heart, since my focus often centers on her relationship with the swallow. So great.

You get the idea. (And you can click the images to view the Pinterest boards.)

Keep an eye out for Demonic Impulse. I’m really excited, and quite proud of it. And fellow writers, do try Pinterest for career related assistance. I cannot rave about it enough.