Showing posts from May, 2015

GOT 0.99 For THREE Books? PRE-Order of GOAL LINE and other Cool Stuff!

YES! We now have ALL the pre-order links for Goal Line (The Dartmouth Cobras #7) Here's another look at the GORGEOUS cover. <g> Goal Line (The Dartmouth Cobras #7) Pre-Order:   Amazon - Kobo -   B&N -   iTunes - In addition, to celebrate the release, The Dartmouth Cobras Box Set (Books 1-3) is now on sale for 0.99. ONLY until the release of Goal Line, so if there's someone you want to read the series with you, grab it for them now!  -  Amazon - iTunes - Nook - Kobo -   Last, but not least, there is now a new store with Teespring for merchandise from The Dartmouth Cobras: Right now, we have sweaters for Dominik Mason, Sloan Callahan, Max Perron, and Sebastian Ramos.


In case you missed it, today is the day you finally get to see the AMAZING cover for Goal Line! I've been dying to share this with you. Thanks to the INCREDIBLE photographer, Jenn Leblanc of STUDIO SMEXY we were able to get the perfect visual for Dominik Mason. This was so important to me now that he's getting his own book. His book will be released everywhere June 29th.  And here's the cover:   Impressive, eh? <g> And Reese Dante, the cover artist for the Dartmouth Cobras series, did an amazing job bringing Dominik to life on the cover. Now, here's a sneak peek of him brought to life on the page: The discussion turned to less serious topics, but Sahara still hadn’t come out. Dominik suspected she was overthinking things and decided to put a stop to that. Jami grabbed his arm when he stood. “She’s coming.” “I find that hard to believe.” Dominik glanced down at Jami’s hand, pleased when she moved it without having t

GUEST AUTHOR-JULIE MORGAN and The Low Down on Event Insanity

I'd love for you all to welcome my very dear friend and event partner in crime, Julie Morgan. You all know I go to a lot of events, so if anyone's been front row for the drama of late, I'm right up there.   But I believe, as an author, you make your own event successful or not.    Julie is here today to explain this insanity perfectly. * * * * In the last few months, I've been to a few different events, with two more this year to go, and a few for next year. I've been thinking on this for a while and I'm going to post my own, honest opinion on things. Whether you like a person or not, it should not persuade you from doing their events. If readers will be there and you could benefit from going by selling books, meeting/reconnecting with readers, then I suggest you go. Let go of not liking someone. Who cares. This is a business, treat it as such. I have NO idea what it entails to set up an event, but from what I can see, it is very st