Release Day!

Today’s the day! Book two of the Hawk of Stone duology — The Yesterdays of Tomorrow — has officially hit virtual shelves everywhere. (The physical book will be available soon.) For those who aren’t familiar with The Yesterdays of Tomorrow, allow me to share its blurb with you.

TYOT Book Cover copyIt’s been a year since Kaia’s first encounter with the turned ones. Every day since then has been fraught with uncertainty. Most in the Kingdom of Mar prepare for a life wherein they will be free. Kaia, however, knows that even if the curse should be lifted, the Marian people will not be unburdened in the near future. King Sol promised them a war with Darlbent, and a war they shall have if the fog dissipates. Swords have already been thrust into the hands of every man in the kingdom, filling Kaia and her friends with trepidation. Things have changed in Mar, and Kaia worries that it is only a matter of time before some blades are turned against them.

The moment of truth is approaching. Soon, it will be known whether or not the curse was meant to have an end. If it wasn’t, can Kaia and the others learn to make lives for themselves in a forsaken land like Mar? Will they ever truly know safety there?

To further complicate matters, Kaia has Ruelena to contend with…

Well, my current mood is most accurately captured/illustrated by these gifs:

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Lol! Yup. I am both extremely excited (the duology is now complete, after all) and ridiculously nervous. Wondering which of the two emotions is the dominant one? I think they’re taking turns holding that distinction. Isn’t that nice of them? 😉

Moving on…

I am pleased to announce that The Yesterdays of Tomorrow has been reviewed by Lindsay Marie Miller; she’s the author of Emerald Green, the Jones series, Jungle Eyes, S.I.N.G.L.E., and the soon-to-be-released novel An ArrangementClick here to check out Miller’s thoughts on my new release.

Interested in obtaining a copy of The Yesterdays of Tomorrow? You can do so by clicking on any of the links down below:

Thanks for reading! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

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Book Two News

I am pleased to announce that today is the grand reveal! The revealing of what? you ask. Well, I’ve officially set a release date for the sequel to Capering on Glass Bridges, so I figured that I’d share the book’s cover in celebration.

*Clears throat*

Without further ado…tada!

TYOT Book Cover copy

It’s been a year since Kaia’s first encounter with the turned ones. Every day since then has been fraught with uncertainty. Most in the Kingdom of Mar prepare for a life wherein they will be free. Kaia, however, knows that even if the curse should be lifted, the Marian people will not be unburdened in the near future. King Sol promised them a war with Darlbent, and a war they shall have if the fog dissipates. Swords have already been thrust into the hands of every man in the kingdom, filling Kaia and her friends with trepidation. Things have changed in Mar, and Kaia worries that it is only a matter of time before some blades are turned against them.

The moment of truth is approaching. Soon, it will be known whether or not the curse was meant to have an end. If it wasn’t, can Kaia and the others learn to make lives for themselves in a forsaken land like Mar? Will they ever truly know safety there?

To further complicate matters, Kaia has Ruelena to contend with…

🙂

The Yesterdays of Tomorrow, book two in the Hawk of Stone duology, will be released on 19 August 2016. It is currently available for pre-order. If you’re interested in reserving your copy, click here.

I would like to mention that I will be distributing advanced reader copies (ARCs) of The Yesterdays of Tomorrow. Those who would like to read my novel before it is released may fill out the contact form below. To receive an ARC, you need simply agree to post a review–preferably to Amazon and Goodreads–on the date of my book’s release.

If you haven’t read Capering on Glass Bridges but are interested in receiving an ARC of book two, fret not! I’d be more than happy to provide you with an electronic copy of Capering on Glass Bridges. Upon reading book one, feel free to contact me and I’ll send you an ARC of The Yesterdays of Tomorrow.