The Dark Queen of Darkness – Cover Reveal!

cover-reveal

To conform to a cliche that’s so overworn, you can see through it to the next author: I am excited to announce the final cover design for The Dark Queen of Darkness!

This book has been four years in the making. It took a dozen beta-readers, years of revision, criticism, editing, cover design, a massive fight with InDesign, creation of a new imprint with a logo, and at one point I even deleted the whole manuscript. But now, we’re just under two weeks from launch.

I’m going to be talking a lot about this over the next few months, including book signing events, pre-orders, and pictures, so I’ll leave this short post here.

Special thanks to Deby Fredricks and Jamie Marchant for supplying blurbs for the back!


Cover Layout: Hal Gage

Announcement Time!

No. I’m not pregnant, just fat, so stop asking.

For the past year, I’ve been working toward publishing The Dark Queen of Darkness. While I’ve had a date in mind for a couple of months, I’ve finally taken the step of looking into my magic mirror to see if I was even close. After he was done telling me all of the things I already know, but don’t really want to hear again (ie: lose some damn weight), I learned that I’m ready to announce the release date.

~ Feb 14, 2020 ~

Right now we’re still working on final cover design and some minor internal tweaks. I’ll do a full cover reveal once it’s ready. As I get closer, there will be giveaways – so keep an eye out for those! If you’re local to Anchorage/Mat-Su Valley, I’m also drafting up plans for a release party or event on or shortly after the official release date, I’ll have more details on that as they become clear to me. In the mean-time, you can still check out Wine Bottles and Broomsticks on Amazon.com, if you haven’t already.

Wine Bottles and Broomsticks Kindle EBook – ON SALE!

EBook Promo

I am taking a bit of a break from the usual content to bring you this: This weekend is my birthday. I normally don’t like to make a thing out of it, but for whatever reason this year, I’ve decided to go for it anyhow. One part of that is treating myself to a fun weekend with the wife, the other part is marking down the Kindle version of Wine Bottles and Broomsticks to $1.99 for a week. If it’s on your to-read list or wishlist, now’s the time!