As you all know, I’ve been preparing to publish Monster. It’s been written, re-written, edited and polished by more hands than I can count, and now finally, thanks to Mom and Dad, it’s happening. Ladies, gentlemen, aliens, all – Monster is going to be released through Amazon and bookstores on June 15th. I hope you’re as excited as I am! Care for a sneak peek at the cover?
I’ve been invited onto several blogs for conversations with the lovely bloggers, so I’ll be posting links to those soon! If you’d be interested in hosting me on your blog or website, I’d love it! Also, I’ll be hosting a Monster-themed giveaway, courtesy of Avalyn Designs on Etsy!
Also, please check out my author page on Facebook, and like/share it if you feel so inclined! Honestly, I couldn’t ask for a better gift.
However, if you were thinking mine is the only epic release (winknudge) you’re wrong! Gifted author (and my personal editor and soul-sister) Amanda Bradburn and her cousin, Emily Bradburn, have released a fantastic story, “Little Red Robin Hood (The Underthieves)” on Amazon! It’s a cute, adventurous romp that I suggest you buy. Some of the words are a bit difficult for small children, but the story itself is pure gold and kids 8+ should have no problem making it a favorite! And if you don’t know any kids, then buy it for yourself. It’s an inexpensive treat you’ll read time and time again!
Finally, a small sneak peak into Monster – coming soon!!!
“Tiger’s in the Procedure Room,” said Brenton, tilting his head and giving her a smile she thoroughly disliked.
“The Procedure Room? But – how? Who’s using it?” She took a step closer, her hands tightening into fists.
“Some research scientist named Harborn.” Brenton slung his gun over his other shoulder as if it had gotten too heavy for him. “Oh, don’t worry,” he added. “He had permission. Dr. Ross brought him down here himself.”
Eva could hardly contain her anger. It was all she could do to grind out the words “Thank you” before turning on her heel and rushing to the Procedure Room.
Two guards stood outside, but they recognized her and let her burst into the room. She opened her mouth to yell for Jude, but froze.
Unable to move, Eva beheld the scene in front of her with horror.