Rolling in Early reviews continue to roll in for Immortal at the Edge of the World… This time around, we get to explore a little more of Asian culture, with the introduction of one of Adam’s friend, Hsu, faeries, and the trade world to the Orient. Perhaps it was also because my lack of interest of…

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Immortal at the Edge of the World continues to be for sale The new novel has been out for only about twenty-four hours and I am overwhelmed by the positive reaction–in direct feedback (reviews) and indirect (sales)–the book has gotten so far. Here are a few new reviews. The big benefit of reading the entire series…

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Some words *   *   * In instances such as this, with a book that is seriously the biggest mindfuck EVER, I struggle to even wrap my head around what I just got done reading…. *   *   * I have been rendered speechless many times after reading a book for a whole…

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My Advice I have a new article up at The Huffington Post this morning.  It’s called My Advice Is to Ignore My Advice. Here’s the secret: writing a novel is really hard. That’s why writers will fall over themselves to tell you how they did it, because frankly nobody else quite understands the degree of…

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New interview with a booklovinjunkie Today’s tour has two stops.  The first is with the blog Confessions of a Booklovinjunkie for an interview, in which I get to do horrible things like try and describe my writing in ten words or less. The whole interview is here. New review from Rolopolobookblog There is also a new review up…

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Two reviews show the contrast Here are two reviews that offer an excellent contrast in reactions I’ve seen so far to Sapphire Blue. The first is a scheduled stop for today’s tour, from Sarah Aisling, who knows me from my other work: This is where things become difficult for me as a reviewer. I can’t fault Mr.…

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Review from Nom de Plume Press On top of the fantastic news that Sapphire Blue debuts today there is the happy matter of the ongoing blog tour, and today’s stop on that tour is a review from Nom de Plume Press: Taken for what it is — which is paranormal erotica and horror and suspense – Sapphire Blue is compelling and well-written and…

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Some reviews from NetGalley readers Today, Cafe Art Space features some highlights from readers of the NetGalley advance review copy of Sapphire Blue.   …I’ve read dark erotica in the past but in a setting where all comes right and with this novel it does come right, but at a price and in a way I really didn’t…

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The newest reviews Quite a few of the initial reviews for Sapphire Blue are going to be turning up on GoodReads, which is the wild, wild west of the publishing industry at this point.  I like linking to my reviews there from time to time.  They tend to be more involved than anything on Amazon, and sometimes…

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Calling all reviewers On the off-chance you are a reviewer who does follow me here or on Twitter or Tumblr or on my Facebook Author Page but did not catch the news, Sapphire Blue is now available for request on Netgalley. I’m sorry, I should make that more emphatic: SAPPHIRE BLUE IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR REQUEST ON NETGALLEY! Actually,…

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