The fall is rolling along for us, and I hope it is for you, too. It has been busy around here. The boy and I went to DragonCon over Labor Day weekend, and I spotted cosplayers representing one of my favorite comic book couples, Nightwing and Batgirl. They kindly posed for a photo.
Grand Central Forever Yours, which published Renegade, Protector, and Guardian, has a box set out that includes Renegade. Called Alpha Immortals, it was released October 7. I’m delighted to be in a group with such fabulous authors. For more information, click here.
I’ve also contributed a Light Mages short story to Tiny Treats: A Holiday Collection. It’ll be available in November.
Meanwhile, Warrior, the next full-length novel in the Light Mage Wars series, is finally out! Set a few weeks after the end of Guardian, it features archaeologist and martial artist Will Davis. It’s currently available only in digital form, but a paperback edition will be coming soon.
Turning Mr. Flavor of the Week into a one-woman man was fun, though it wasn’t easy for Will or for me. Or for the one woman, archaeologist Audra Grayson. Throw in ghouls, strange relics on an archaeological site in the Okefenokee Swamp, and a traitor mage, and Will has his hands full.
The book also includes a look at the couples from Renegade, Protector, and Guardian. The newlyweds, Griffin and Valeria Dare, are off on their honeymoon (in Hawaii, and wouldn’t I just love to do that location research? *g*) when the story starts, but they’ll be back to join in the action.
Sentinel is now available on Nook and iBooks as well as Amazon, with Kobo in the works.
The dh and I went to south Georgia to research locations for the next Light Mage Wars book, Nemesis. An early 2015 release, it’s set partly in Savannah and partly on the south Georgia coast. It’s a second-chance-at-love story featuring Tasha Murdock and deputy reeve Carter Lockwood.
Behind me in the photo at left is the Richardson-Owens-Thomas house, a beautiful English Regency-style home. We toured it because the Marquis de Lafayette stayed there when he visited Savannah in 1825. Unfortunately, neither Tasha nor Carter can afford to live in such an old, important house. At least, not so far.
I’m also working on “Family Circles,” a holiday story for the Free Reads section of this site. Set at Thanksgiving, it falls within the time frame of Warrior and ties up some loose ends from Renegade and Guardian. It’ll go up in mid-November.
The next newsletter, coming out in early November, will have a more complete report of our trip. If you’re interested, there’s a subscription link to the right. Newsletters come out a few times a year, so signing up won’t get you a barrage from me. Meanwhile, here’s a photo of a tree the dh said made him think of Mirkwood.
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