Well, I finally got it done! The pre-orders for Storm Born are now available!
A single night can change your life… for the worst.
It’s been a century since the last Centennial Storm, the calamitous phenomenon that covered the world in disasters– tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, tsunamis, and dust storms– caused not by nature, but by alien creatures from another realm. The Stormkind.
Ava Reid tries not to think about that night, when she was caught in a hurricane and brought face to face with one of the Stormkind, the man with a dagger, and the agony she felt when he stabbed her with a crystal blade. Yet as she and the rest of Florida’s citizens begin to rebuild their lives, Ava can’t help but notice strange things happening around her. Things she seems to be causing. The gusts of wind and sudden floods attract the attentions of a mysterious stranger who leaves her clues, and the deadlier men following her.
It isn’t long before Ava is swept up into a wild conspiracy, led by a secret society that knows the truth about the Stormkind– and what their enemies have planned for the world she loves. If she wishes to protect her friends and her family, Ava must harness her strange new abilities and become part of the Stormkind society. Because if she loses control, there will be no force strong enough to stop her…
Pre-order it here!
I've also completed the media kit and sample chapter here, sent out the eARCs, and ordered the paperback proofs. I'm going to try a little more promotion and set up some more blog tours in the next couple weeks, and hopefully get some more spotlights and interviews, like the one I recently did on Author Marketing Club.
I'm also getting ready for the Damnation's Door cover reveal on Sunday, which is going to be super cool.
Now that all my least favourite parts of publishing are done, I have a little more time to work on Storm of the Gods. I'm hoping to have the first draft done by the end of March/early April so I can work on sending it out to traditional publishers by June. I'm also going to get back to the storyline planning of my Agents of Limbo series, which I've left for longer than I meant to.