September 22nd you can get your hands on Hell’s Princess!
The print version should be available shortly after (only a week or so, I promise it won’t be too far away!)
Other dates you may find interesting:
- September 1st voting begins for the Summer Indie Book Awards. Kevin has been nominated! I’ll post the link that morning. You can vote once per day. So buy Kevin. Read Kevin. Vote for Kevin. Yay!
- September 2nd there will be the cover release for Hell’s Princess. That’s THIS FRIDAY
- September 9th the paperback cover will be released.
- September 12th(ish) will kick off the release of Delilah’s playlist. A collection of songs the inspired/remind me of Delilah. It’s cool and eclectic with some classics and some stuff that’s a little more… obscure. What fun!
Don’t forget you can start the first book in the Demonic Illusions series here. If you are a Nook reader you can get your copy here.
Thanks everyone! See you September 1st (THURSDAY) for #SIBA voting!
I know it seems cliché, but I’m devastated by the passing of the exquisite David Bowie.
I’ve been a fan since I was eight years old.
He’s been an inspiration, role model, and friend. (I didn’t know him personally, wish I did, but I feel like I did. He’s always been there. I needed Space Oddity, Under Pressure, Labyrinth, and others more than once.)
I used to say if Bowie stopped me on the street and proposed marriage, I’d say yes without question. Now that I’ve married my husband, I’d settle for Bowie and me being super fun BFF’s.
And, one time, this friend of mine mentioned how upset he was when Brad Delp from the band Boston died. He really took it hard. I said, that would probably be my reaction when Bowie finally goes. He told me it would never happen. “Please,” he said, “Bowie is immortal.” And, I think a part of me really believed that. I mean really. While I know that his music, and presence, will live on forever, it still seems unnatural that he’s gone.
I’ll miss him.
And I will never, ever, forget him.
Fun fact: I like to sing.
I’m pretty okay at it, too. I’m even in a “band”. I use the quotes because there are only two of us, so I guess we’re more of a duo. We sing Irish drinking/sort of folk songs, and we’re hilarious. This is a photo of us laughing during our gig at Gino’s. Good times were had!