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I've been writing since I could first hold a pencil, and by all accounts I didn't limit myself to paper. Walls, tablecloths and the occasional sibling were all fair game, and it shouldn't be surprising to learn that markers were banned in my home with all due haste. Although I now content myself with inconveniencing electrons, the desire to bring the stories in my mind to life hasn't waned. In my spare time, I read, putter in the kitchen, and relax on my terrace or at the lake, weather permitting, with my corgi who strives to be part muse, part food disposal. I'm also addicted to coffee and have a close relationship with my Keurig.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Release Day!


I'm bouncing up and down here like a little kid, because today is the day that Ghost's Dilemma is being released!

So first, let me indulge in some shameless promotion here, because I can:

***New M/M Fantasy Romance*** 
Ghost's Dilemma by Morwen Navarre 
Release date: February 4, 2015

"I'm leaving my village in a crisis and walking out on my alpha and mate. I won't be forgiven."

A fierce male witch is torn from his protective lover's bed... to face down a deadly threat. A spellbinding tale of devotion and love.

Buy it!
Torquere Press http://goo.gl/Ngn2xU
Amazon http://goo.gl/Qf7k4r
Goodreads http://goo.gl/aaXfkB

Ghost's Sight (Book 1) on sale for a limited time http://goo.gl/w1WDRL

Launch Party! 
Feb 5 http://goo.gl/UzyNkn
Raffle#1 Win an ecopy of Ghost's Dilemma http://goo.gl/0LubX9
Raffle#2 Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card http://goo.gl/3ZXAZC

Have I squealed enough?

The truth is I thought Ghost's Sight was a standalone novella, a sweet little story that I wrote because the lovely PT Walden said I could do it. I submitted it, and was beyond thrilled to have it accepted for publication, but I still really thought I was done with Ghost and Gerry.

Characters tend to take a different view sometimes, and they were no exception. Ghost and Gerry wanted to share more of their journeys, and so there I was in November 2013, writing their story for my NaNoWriMo submission. What surprised me was how happy some readers were to find out that there would be a second book. Most likely, there will be at least a third. I'm already getting prodded by the pair of them.

But now I'm curious. I know what excites me as a reader when I find a book that's becoming a series, but what is it that hooks you, either as a reader or as a writer?

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