Time to answer all those questions I get. Most popular first of course:
When will they be released...
"Salvage Rights"- October 10th. This is a concrete deadline. Now that Kindle is offering pre-sale to its independents, I will be taking advantage of that. It should be up for pre-sale in mid September, then it will automatically be shipped to your kindle at midnight on October 10th. This is good for you because you don't have to stalk the kindle store for the release. You can get some sleep, sure in the knowledge that the book will magically appear by the time you wake up. Though I will miss those lively Facebook blurbs where you are DYING for the book to show up, and WHERE IS IT?!! Those were a hoot.
"Fire The Blood"- December 15th is my release date on this one, and I am determined to make that happen for you.
FYI also will be available in a pre-sale- Look for it at the end of November.
And finally, "Craving Her." I am still aiming for February 2015 on this one. We will know closer to the end of the year.
Next Question: (Very popular right now) The Council Enforcer that made his first appearance in "Claiming Her" will be seen again, and by that I mean he will be a seriously bad-ass walk on in "Craving Her" and eventually have his own book. Whether he will have his own book in the Keeping Her Series or if it will be stand alone, or a precursor to something else, (a spin off? hmmm.) for that you will have to wait and see. I do know that his future mate is named Shelby.
Next: Also having to do with the Craving Her book. I will just say that a great deal of both Cleo, and her fathers past will finally be revealed in this book. You wanted to know how the boys got together? Why Lucas left his pride and took his children with him? Who is the mother, and what happened to her? That sort of thing. You're going to find out, just about the same time Cleo does.
Next: Yes, you will see some of the characters from "The Journey's End" show up in "Salvage Rights." Right now I know Tolan Lark is going to be his usual scoundrel self. Will Menelaus and Nori show up? Or Lara? When I know, you will.
And last but not least: "Fire The Blood," are Lord Theron and Asha good or bad? And who is the next book about? I get it, I am driving you crazy. So I will say this and put you out of your misery on at least one of these questions. (and if you made it through the entire blog this is your reward, you are one of the few that will have this knowledge: The story in "Fire The Blood": Braedon is going to find himself on the hunt...for Asha. make of that what you will.
A little bit of news.