Monday, January 7, 2019

Is Getting Back in Book Stores Worth it?


Getting that IN STORE BOOK SIGNING Event

At one time in my publishing career, getting out there, signing books and being in a bookstore was all I wanted. It was so important that we spent months doing face to face promo and promotions. It paid off with book sales, signings and exposure.

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE?

Now in a year where most all of our book sales are in the ebook market, the push to be in bookstores doesn't seem as urgent. Not to mention the fact that many stores are closing. It comes down to the cost and benefits of the endeavor. Sometimes the benefit isn't in dollars and cents. I really enjoyed being around readers. I didn't enjoy the face to face, hand selling that sometimes came with book signings. It was exhausting and sometimes disappointing, yet rewarding all at once. 

WHAT IS THE COST?

It cost time, money and resources to do a book signing. Some stores want you to give them the books on loan and if it sells they will pay. Other stores are alright with buying at least 5 books at a discount of course. Then other venues for signing, the author takes the books and hand sells them. At the very least it will cost gas money, a day of potential writing time, books that have to be printed but may not make the profit until sold. Most times, the book store signing doesn't pay or cover the expenses.

GETTING BOOKS in THE STORES 

This is now even more of a challenge with the limited bookstores around. Most of them want your book to be able to get ordered from IngramSpark or Lightening Souce. Uploading your book to KDP Print won't get them in bookstores. For small presses with less than 30 titles, the cheapest option is IngramSpark. Planning to upload your Print-On-Demand (POD) books should include both KDP Print and Ingram Spark. However, doing so won't get the books in the store. Face to face time and sending the book through the distribution channels for the large retailers is the way and that's not always guaranteed either.

COMPARING TO EBOOK store sales

When you consider the money, time, and efforts to get in a bookstore to do a signing or to sell a book, it is much more expensive than ebook sales. Now you can even sign your ebook using Authograph. The last few years, we decided to focus the extra money on ebook sales and it really paid off.

DOING SIGNINGS GIVES FACE TIME TO READERS

Now we are in a place where we are planning to pursue signings in the coming year since there will be a few consecutive releases that the hope is to focus on libraries, schools, and what independent stores are left.

Your thoughts?

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Staying Relevant in an Ever Changing Publishing Market

Writing and Sharing My Books Is My Passion

This year in publishing has been extremely challenging. Amazon and CreateSpace made changes which cause my books to be offline.

Print Books with Print-On-Demand (POD)

Createspace used to offer this to small press and self-published authors as a means to cheaply print books and which were affordable to readers and still allowed the author or small press to make a profit. Well, they were bought by Amazon (the ever eating giant) and the choice was to move books to Amazon platform under KDP (POD) print, then link your ebook to the paperback book from Createspace or move your books to InstagramSpark.

KDP POD tried to make it simple, but the problem is, they have mixed up many of my accounts to the point I had to call them 2 times and to be honest, they duplicated my account, but each has a different password. The ridiculous part of this is, they said they have to keep both and I just have to remember the 'new' password. That new account is also unlinked my Author Central Account. It is a mess.

Other Fall Out From Amazon Changes

There is a new law on the books about Third Party responsibility of a website. Amazon and other large platforms that have a social content to it, removed and censored many of their products, media and more. This isn't an exact science, but many websites are doing an overhaul. While doing this, amazon has kicked many, many authors off their platform, either by accident or meaningful as per their new rules.

How Phenomenal One Press Has Fared

We are updating our website to be able to take orders and deliver ebooks directly to our readers. We will still use distribution sites like Amazon, B&N, Kobo, iTunes, but will also offer sales on our webpage with incentives for our readers there that won't be at any other website. It's a way of staying relevant and servicing our devoted readers.

New and Updated Website

So on January 1st, 2019, hop over to www.phenomenalonepress.com or www.lmpreston.com for a tour. Make sure to look at the store, which will have books, fan wear and more.

Monday, December 17, 2018

Arc Review Team and Pre-Order Announcement

Caged Fire 
Book 1: The Vigilant

Announcing availability for Pre-Order for the next book in The Vigilant Series drama. 





They say you can't run away from your problems. EmVee knew from experience it was true. She and her father tried to run, until the truth came and got them. Now with nothing to lose, she must confront the monster that changed her life forever. Unfortunately, she has to work with his best friend, Kayson who she is almost sure, isn't quite as nice as he seems. Kayson revealed not just why her father disappeared, but a new world of magicals that wanted the debt he left behind to be paid.



(Insatiable Darkness - Book 0, Caged Fire - Book 1, Unbreakable Darkness - Book 1.5)

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EmVee didn’t know what to think about this new town her father’s passion for boxing lured them. It was an unlikely location for her to pursue her dream of going semi-pro. Just when she started getting used to the school with gorgeous jocks and strange cheerleaders, the depth of the danger her father’s choices dangled them in front of became clear. EmVee hoped Silas and Kayson will be able to help her uncover the mystery identity of the person who is threatening her family. The question is, will she survive to expose the mystery. [Pre-quel, Vigilant Series]


Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Series Holiday Sale


GET the 1st book in my SERIES Sale for the HOLIDAY

This month I am working really hard to finish two new books that are part of my NEW series THE VIGILANT which includes Insatiable Darkness and Caged Fire. 

I also updated Colliding Souls which is a spin off book in the PURGATORY REIGN series with new cover and new world ties to Insatiable Darkness and THE VIGILANT series.

ENJOY the SALE
and 
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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Colliding Souls ARC Team Signups Happening NOW!

GET in and FIT IN





**COLLIDING SOULS** formerly a Runes Universe Novel. If you read it before, want to read it, then join in the fun.
Sign up here to be part of the ARC Team and read it! https://goo.gl/forms/HRhSlUWaJoZezrUB2 
The ARC will be coming early next week! 💜💜💜


Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Colliding Souls is getting an UPLIFT

IT IS TIME

For an uplift of Colliding Souls which had been taken down by Amazon Kindle Worlds upon closing. Now I can give it the cover I wanted to all along.

Sign up here to participate in the COVER REVEAL



Friday, September 28, 2018

It's SCAVENGER HUNT Time of YEAR! Woot!

Post Title:  YA Scavenger Hunt
Tuesday (10/2 - 10/7) til Sunday

Welcome to YA Scavenger Hunt! This bi-annual event was first organized by author Colleen Houck as a way to give readers a chance to gain access to exclusive bonus material from their favorite authors...and a chance to win some awesome prizes! At this hunt, you not only get access to exclusive content from each author, you also get a clue for the hunt. Add up the clues, and you can enter for our prize--one lucky winner will receive one book from each author on the hunt in my team! But play fast: this contest (and all the exclusive bonus material) will only be online for 72 hours!

Go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page to find out all about the hunt. There are SIX contests going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or all! I am a part of the GREEN TEAM --but there is also a red team, a gold team, an orange team, a red team, and more indie teams for a chance to win a whole different set of books!

If you'd like to find out more about the hunt, see links to all the authors participating, and see the full list of prizes up for grabs, go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page.

SCAVENGER HUNT PUZZLE

Directions: Below, you'll notice that I've listed my favorite number. Collect the favorite numbers of all the authors on the GREEN TEAM , and then add them up (don't worry, you can use a calculator!). 

Entry Form: Once you've added up all the numbers, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.



SCAVENGER HUNT POST
Spotlight Author
Jessica Brody



Today, I am hosting Jessica Brody on my website for the YA Scavenger Hunt!  

Jessica Brody is a writer, unapologetic coffee drinker, and knitter — she sincerely hopes to one day discover a way to do all three at once. Until then, she continues collecting vintage typewriters and hourglasses, dreaming of an Ireland getaway, and convincing her husband they NEED more kittens. She has lived all over the U.S. from Hawaii to Vermont, but currently calls Illinois home. She resides there with her sociology professor husband and two daughters where she’s learning to appreciate the beauty in cornfields and terrifyingly large cicadas. BEWARE THE NIGHT is her second published work for young adults

Jessica Brody right here!



In this romantic road trip story perfect for fans of Sarah Dessen and Morgan Matson, a teen girl discovers the value of ordinary objects while learning to forgive her absent father.

A lot can happen on the road from lost to found…

Ali Collins doesn’t have room in her life for clutter or complications. So when her estranged father passes away and leaves her his only prized possession—a 1968 Firebird convertible—Ali knows she won’t keep it. Not when it reminds her too much of all her father’s unfulfilled promises. And especially not when a buyer three hundred miles up the Pacific coast is offering enough money for the car to save her childhood home from foreclosure. There’s only one problem, though. Ali has no idea how to drive a stick shift.

But her ex-boyfriend, Nico, does.

The road trip gets off to a horrible start, filled with unexpected detours, roadblocks, and all the uncomfortable tension that comes with being trapped in a car with your ex. But when Nico starts collecting items from the quirky strangers they meet along the way, Ali starts to sense that these objects aren’t random. Somehow they seem to be leading her to an unknown truth about her father. A truth that will finally prove to Ali that some things—even broken things—are worth saving.

Follow Jessica on Twitter, Facebook, AMAZON


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and GET my NUMBER to ADD TO YOUR HUNT

And don't forget to enter the contest for a chance to win a ton of books by me, LM Preston, and more! To enter, you need to know that my favorite number is. Add up all the favorite numbers of the authors on the green team and you'll have all the secret code to enter for the grand prize!

YASH EXCLUSIVE GIVEAWAYJust click below to win


Trinket and a SIGNED PAPERBACK copy of INSATIABLE DARKNESS




Author

Kate Brauning 

Is next in the hunt

Kate Brauning writes YA suspense and romance, reads everything, and never gets over a great story. She loves bright colors, fall leaves, unusual people, and all kinds of music. She believes wine is best rich and red, chocolate is best smooth and dark, and books are best bittersweet. She's almost always listening to music, and one of these days, she'll learn to play the guitar.



To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author! 
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Friday, July 13, 2018

I love Author Collaborations! Just Follow


Enter Here for chance to win $220 by just following ME and one of my Author Friends

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I am collaborating with tons of other authors to participate in this Awesome Sauce Giveaway for you!

Please do me a great favor if you win...buy one of my book babies, leave your honest review, and comment below.



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Saturday, March 31, 2018

YA Scavenger Hunt! Fun! Prizes and More

Post Title:  YA Scavenger Hunt

Welcome to YA Scavenger Hunt! This bi-annual event was first organized by author Colleen Houck as a way to give readers a chance to gain access to exclusive bonus material from their favorite authors...and a chance to win some awesome prizes! At this hunt, you not only get access to exclusive content from each author, you also get a clue for the hunt. Add up the clues, and you can enter for our prize--one lucky winner will receive one book from each author on the hunt in my team! But play fast: this contest (and all the exclusive bonus material) will only be online for 72 hours!

Go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page to find out all about the hunt. There are SIX contests going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or all! I am a part of the BLUE TEAM--but there is also a red team, a gold team, an orange team, a red team, and an indie team for a chance to win a whole different set of books!

If you'd like to find out more about the hunt, see links to all the authors participating, and see the full list of prizes up for grabs, go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page.

SCAVENGER HUNT PUZZLE

Directions: Below, you'll notice that I've listed my favorite number. Collect the favorite numbers of all the authors on the blue team, and then add them up (don't worry, you can use a calculator!). 

Entry Form: Once you've added up all the numbers, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.

Rules: Open internationally, anyone below the age of 18 should have a parent or guardian's permission to enter. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by 4/8/2018, at noon Pacific Time. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.

SCAVENGER HUNT POST



Today, I am hosting JACOB DEVLIN on my website for the YA Scavenger Hunt!  

Find out more information by checking out the author website or find more about the author's book here! JACOB DEVLIN right here!

EXCLUSIVE CONTENT from JACOB DEVLIN's BOOK
~ See Below ~

And don't forget to enter the contest for a chance to win a ton of books by me, LM Preston, and more! To enter, you need to know that my favorite number is 8 . Add up all the favorite numbers of the authors on the blue team and you'll have all the secret code to enter for the grand prize!

YASH EXCLUSIVE GIVEAWAY
T-SHIRT and RACKCARD for INSATIABLE DARKNESS



CONTINUE THE HUNT


Author

JACOB DEVLIN

When Jacob Devlin was four years old, he would lounge around in Batman pajamas and make semi-autobiographical picture books about an adventurous python named Jake the Snake. Eventually, he traded his favorite blue crayon for a black pen, and he never put it down. When not reading or writing, Jacob loves practicing his Italian, watching stand-up comedy, going deaf at rock concerts, and geeking out at comic book conventions. He does most of these things in southern Arizona.

BUY ON AMAZON 

In the aftermath of the great battle that left Wonderland in ruins, Crescenzo DiLegno and his two best friends have reunited with their families in Florindale, but the war wages on in every kingdom. The Order of the Bell is scattered, presumably left to the mercy of Queen Avoria, whose grip on the New World grows tighter every day. Cities have already fallen, the shadows have spread, and a fortress of nightmares has appeared in the heart of New York City. Determined to take back his home and restore order to the worlds, Crescenzo must rally all the people he's met from his adventures, from the troubled prince to the rebellious Lost Boys, and storm Avoria's castle of illusion. The Carver's war against the wicked Ivory Queen brews to an explosive finale, but dark secrets about her true nature have yet to emerge, and not everybody will be prepared to survive them.

DELETED SCENE FROM THE HUMMINGBIRD


Note from Jacob: This scene was originally written into chapter two of the first draft of the book, and it introduces a twist on a story you may know. There was a lot to trim down to bring the word count under control, and unfortunately, the “sword in the stone” subplot didn’t quite make the cut! (Pun intended.) Nonetheless, it was fun to get all these characters together for some levity and shenanigans. Happy hunting, and thanks to LM Preston for hosting me on YASH this season!



Merlin cleared his throat and wove his fingers together. “Tonight you behold the enchanted Cornerstone, a training exercise granted to the Order of the Bell. Long ago, I bewitched the entity you see before you to guard a weapon that can turn the tides on the war against Avoria, given that it can cut through shadows with its internal light. You would be correct in guessing that there is, in fact, a sword inside this boulder. By the end of the night, it will belong to he, or she, who is worthy of claiming it and releasing it from the Cornerstone. This individual shall claim a spot among the Order’s high elite, along with Augustine, Sir Jacob, Captain James, Hua Mulan, and myself. We will of course have a turn as well, purely for our own merriment.”

Excited murmurs erupted in the theatre again.

“That doesn’t even seem possible,” Crescenzo marveled. “You can’t pull something out of a rock like that. There’s gotta be a catch.”

“You’re right, ragazzo!” Geppetto, Crescenzo’s grandfather, leaned forward and gave Crescenzo a knowing gaze. “You can’t pull a sword from a rock—your shoulders would sooner walk off your torso—but one of us may have the chance to set it free.” He patted the leather sheath in his belt, where he kept his carving knife.

Crescenzo and his father promptly looked down at their own sheaths.

“We can carve it out,” Crescenzo said excitedly.

Rosana scowled. “That’s not fair.”

“Come on, Pop,” Crescenzo’s father scolded. “That would be cheating.”

“Ah, but did he explicitly state that the sword must be pulled on muscle alone?”

As if Merlin had heard him, he added, “The sword may be freed using any means necessary, but it will not matter what you do. The Cornerstone is impervious to trickery. It will yield only to the individual prescribed by Lady Fortune.”

Crescenzo sighed. “Is Lady Fortune, like, a real person? It’s not much fun that she’s already decided everything that’s ever about to happen. It makes me feel like our efforts aren’t worth it.”

“Shh! Don’t you say that,” Rosana said, her green eyes almost perfect circles.

“Why?” Crescenzo grinned. “Am I gonna anger a fictional old lady in flowy, star-speckled robes with a crystal ball?” His mind shifted to Madame Esme, and suddenly he didn’t feel bold anymore.

“Didn’t Madame Esme tell Zack you were going to die in Wonderland?” Rosana arched an eyebrow. “You’re living proof that destiny isn’t set in stone.”

“Then one of us needs to yank that sword out so Violet will take us seriously.”

“Form a line,” Merlin instructed. “And each of us will have a go at pulling the sword from the Cornerstone. Remember what I’ve taught you all. Focus. Breathe. Align your mind and heart with your body. Don’t be shy! And please, ladies first!”

Crescenzo dragged his feet all the way to the line, securing his spot at the end behind his father, his grandfather, and a couple hundred other people who wanted to test their might—or their destiny—with the sword in the stone. The line wrapped in a full arc around the amphitheater, and Gretel took the first pull.

She looked tiny, her short, skinny legs marching up the three steps in the Cornerstone, and her miniature arms reaching up and out just to touch the handle. With a little help from her brother, she wrapped her fingers around the sword and gave it a few good yanks. Crescenzo thought he might at least see it wobble like a loose tooth, but there was hardly any indication that the sword and the rock were separate objects at all. When Gretel gave up, she skipped away and rubbed her hands together, which were raw and pink from vigorous gripping.

Crescenzo watched the same results unfold in different ways. Snow White, demure and calm, only tugged three times before she shrugged it off and said it wasn’t worth her time. Violet put on quite a show zapping the rock with her wand and casting all sorts of incantations in the hopes of either summoning the sword, destroying the rock, or strengthening her own body, but the sword didn’t budge for her.

The night wound on. Alice, Tahlia, Crescenzo’s mother, and the rest of the women of Florindale took their turns. All the people of the town seemed to hold their breath when Mulan approached the Cornerstone with a serene, collected look on her face.

“It’s over,” Crescenzo’s dad whispered. “She’s a legend.”

Mulan seized the handle, jerked, and even went so far as to do a full tumble over the over side of the rock in an effort to propel the blade out with her momentum. When she admitted defeat, Merlin announced that the women had all taken their turn, and Hansel began the efforts for the men.

Overall, Crescenzo found the events thoroughly entertaining. Some people sang to the Cornerstone, hoping to charm the blade out of its slot. The dwarves formed a train and tugged on each other’s waists, with Garon at the head trying to pry the handle out of the rock with a pointed pickaxe. “Pull!” he cried. “Heave, you idiots!” When his fingers slipped off the pickaxe’s handle, the dwarves fell like dominoes.

Crescenzo’s dad slid out of line and nudged Alicia. “Does watching this remind you of anything?”

Rosana’s mom put a hand to her lips, evidently concealing a grin, and nodded. “I was just thinking the same thing.” She smiled at Enzo. “It’s funny how life goes in circles.”

Crescenzo crinkled his brows. “What are you talking about?”

“The night we took Avoria’s mirror,” his dad recalled. “If you can imagine me as a little boy, yanking on a big mirror frame and trying to separate it from its pedestal, and Pietro and Alicia and Wendy all forming a chain behind me as we screamed ‘Pull!’ And here we are again, for almost the exact same reason. Only our kids are involved. What have we done?”

“Hey,” Crescenzo scolded. “No sad faces. We’re gonna fix all of this, and I don’t wanna hear any differently. Got it?”

“Who are you and what have you done with my son?”

Crescenzo shrugged. “I don’t know, but it’s almost your turn to pull.”

It was true; the line had dwindled down to seven and the rest of the townsfolk were collapsing onto the amphitheater seats, muttering that they didn’t care for the sword or want such an “infernal burden” on their hands.

Fear crept down into Crescenzo’s fingertips. Did he really want the responsibility of wielding the weapon that could slay shadows? He looked around. It’s gonna be me. Of course it would. And what would that mean? As much as he wanted to fight, he didn’t really want to get close enough to the Ivory Queen to stab her with a sword, especially because nobody knew just how much she could do from afar. And what could he do that Violet couldn’t? Or Mulan?

Two more stepped out of line, leaving Crescenzo, his father, his grandfather, and a pair of pirate brothers who had been a part of the original movement against Avoria and joined Crescenzo in their exodus from Wonderland.

Before he knew it, it was his turn to approach the sword. The air thickened, and Crescenzo noticed that Merlin and the rest of the group were looking at him with a strange blend of sadness, wonder, and hope. So it would have to be him, after all.

“Well, Sir Enzo.” Merlin laid a hand on Crescenzo’s shoulder. “You are the last to try the Cornerstone. May the light be with you in this moment.”

“Good luck, my son,” Crescenzo’s mother said.

Crescenzo stepped up on the Cornerstone and took a deep breath.

He wrapped his hands around the handle and narrowed his eyes. Here goes nothing. He rocked back onto his heels and pulled.

Come on, he thought. Violet’s watching. My girlfriend’s watching, too.

His veins bulged up on his arms and his fingers turned pink. But the sword did not yield.

Crescenzo tried to wiggle it from side to side. He might as well have tried to wiggle his house out of its foundation.

“Come on!” Crescenzo gritted his teeth and gave the sword a strong jerk, throwing all his momentum up and back.

“Use the knife, boy!” Geppetto cried. “Carve like I taught you! Free it from its prigione!”

Crescenzo took his knife and dug it into the rock. The gift of The Carver. Free the energies within. To his surprise, the knife plunged cleanly and simply into the mineral, like digging into a tub of butter.

Gasps burst from the crowd, and sweat beaded down Crescenzo’s face.

Crescenzo carved around the sword as if he were working on a jack-o-lantern. Dust and bits of dirt spilled onto his boots.

“He’s doing it!” Merlin cried. “Stars, he’s doing it!”

Crescenzo reached up and tried the handle again, determined to loosen it from the rock.

A hot crimson light pulsed around the Cornerstone. A gravelly voice whispered to him: “You are not my master.” The ground jolted his toes, and the Cornerstone threw Crescenzo into the air, knife and all.

Whumph! Crescenzo collided with the bottom step of the amphitheater, feeling a searing pain shoot through his arms and legs. For a terrible minute, silence and black spots swallowed his consciousness, but when the spots cleared away, his parents and Rosana stood beside him. The sword handle taunted him from afar with its shining rubies, and to Crescenzo’s bewilderment, the Cornerstone became whole again. It was as if his knife had never touched it.

“Enzo!” Rosana cried. “Can you move?”

After a slow turn of the neck and a gentle shake of the elbows, Crescenzo nodded. “I’m fine. That rock definitely hates me, though.”

“I—I don’t understand!” Violet exclaimed. “Someone should have freed the blade!”

Crescenzo’s relief turned to disappointment. Violet had seen him fail. She would never let him fight now.

“Are we sure everyone has tried?” Augustine asked.

“We are missing some people,” Rosana pointed out. “What about Jacob? Cinderella? Jinn? What if it was meant for one of them? Pietro?”

Merlin shook his head. “They all tried in private before they left.”

“So everybody has tried,” Tahlia said. “What a joke.”

A longing, defeated sigh sounded from Crescenzo’s side, and Snow White slumped down on the steps beside him. “No. Not everybody.”

Crescenzo followed Snow’s line of sight to the Woodlands, and he understood exactly who she was thinking about. He had almost forgotten all about the prince.

Snow laid a soft hand on Crescenzo’s leg. “Will you please go talk to him, Crescenzo?”

“I’ve tried before.” Crescenzo frowned. “What can I do?”

“Get him out of the house. Carvers free their sculptures from that which imprisons them, right?” Snow continued. “Inside all that fear, shame, and anger, my husband is still in there somewhere. Please, set Liam free.”


To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author! 
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Friday, March 30, 2018

Steve Morris - Wolf Moon New Release






Post-Apocalyptic / Horror 
Date Published: 1 April 2018
Publisher: Landmark Media

Werewolves run wild in London. Riots grip the city as vigilantes and protesters take to the streets. 
The Prime Minister is determined to contain the disease before it spreads further. She fights back ruthlessly with all the tools of government at her disposal.
But Leanna’s plans are only just beginning to unfold. The leader of the werewolves and her army of Wolf Brothers are already one step ahead of the authorities.
And for the ordinary people caught up in the conflict, daily life becomes a fight for survival.
WOLF MOON injects an original and exhilarating new twist into the werewolf genre.


Steve Morris has been a nuclear physicist, and a dot com entrepreneur, and is now the author of the Lycanthropic werewolf apocalypse series. He lives in Oxford, England.


Contact Information
Twitter: @stevemorris999
Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/17204478.Steve_Morris


MY REVIEW

Wolf Moon is the book two in this fast-paced werewolf saga that appeals to readers of dystopia and action packed horror without it being too gruesome, but with enough to make you jump and cringe. This isn't a teen horror fiction that is a bubblegum version of the genre. It has a wide net of characters, locations and interactions that at first is a lot to take in if you haven't read book 1 I guess (I haven't and want to after reading book two). There are many characters that have interesting introduction stories and all are captured a moment where they are at the beginning of realizing werewolves are real and intelligent. 


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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Don't Miss the YASH YA Book Scavenger Hunt Here KickOff 3/31

Post Title:  YA Scavenger Hunt

ON March 31st I'll post the details of the YA Scavenger Hunt!

This bi-annual event by author Colleen Houck

At this hunt, you not only get access to exclusive content from each author, you also get a clue for the hunt.

Add up the clues
Enter for our prize
Will only be online for 72 hours!

Go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page to find out all about the hunt. 


There are SIX contests going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or all!




SECRET GIVEAWAY ~ MY READERS CAN SIGN UP EARLY HERE


YASH EXCLUSIVE GIVEAWAY
T-SHIRT and RACKCARD for INSATIABLE DARKNESS