Last time I posted, I mentioned there were changes planned for this blog. Unfortunately, sometimes things don’t work out as planned. Life gets in the way. Fortunately for some of us, so does success.
Those of us remaining discussed our options for a while, and came to the conclusion that none of us really have time to use this blog effectively. We’re all at different places in our writing lives than we were when we started here, and sometimes moving on means leaving things behind.
We’d like to thank everyone who followed the blog and commented on the posts, and I’d like to thank my fellow YA Beyonders for including me in their group. The blog is now closed.
Though my feet haven’t actually changed…
Beginning next week, on October 1, things will be changing a bit around this blog. We’ll be saying goodbye to PJ Sharon–though I hope she’ll come back to visit! And we’ll be reconfiguring the posting schedule.
We haven’t finalized anything yet, so I can’t go into too much detail, but I just wanted to give readers a heads-up because I’m like that…and because I have a cold and a sprained neck (don’t ask), so between cold-brain, pain, and medication, I couldn’t think of anything else to blog about.
Have a great week!
This book isn’t young adult, but it is *appropriate* for teen readers (it contains some strong language and some sexual references and innuendo; consider yourself warned). My first non-YA urban fantasy novel, Vengeance Is Sweet, will be out very soon from MuseItUp Publishing, and is available for pre-order now here.
Here’s the cover and blurb:
Omara is a demon of vengeance. Working for Hell, she deals with humans who have killed or harmed children and other innocents. When she bends the rules once too often, Omara is placed on probation, but is brought back to work after a battle between two factions, one of which wants to destroy the largest human city to prove a point, wipes out nearly half the vengeance department.
Omara’s first assignment after probation is to “venge” Alejandro Ruiz, a man who allegedly drove his ex-wife to suicide. But when Omara visits the human world to observe Alex, she realizes he is innocent. With the help of her friend Ghast, an angel who didn’t so much fall as choose to relocate, Omara must prove Alex’s innocence to save him and his six-year-old daughter Keeley–a child who holds the key to the survival of humanity.