The survey for Vignettes Volume II is officially closed. I want to thank all of my readers who responded and helped me choose the subjects for my new Vignettes. I’m not going to tell you all of the stories yet, because I may try to combine some of the characters so that more of my readers will get the stories they want. But … I can tell you for sure that Duncan and Emma will be getting their own story. They were the clear winners in the survey, earning more than half of the responses. There were also many, many requests for Raphael & Cyn, so I have to point out that they’re going to have a brand new e-novella in the fall, plus the third Stone Warriors book, GABRIEL, with be a crossover with my Vampires in America, featuring Raphael & Cyn. So, you’re going to see a lot of them in the coming year. And one final note, there are four Vignettes that were already posted on my blog, and they’ll all be in the anthology, including another reader favorite … Juro and Lucia.
I’m deep in my outlining phase for all of these upcoming Vampires in America stories, including the Raphael & Cyn novella, the new Vignettes, and then a brand new full length novel for which I have a story, but no character name yet. More details to come soon!
Don’t forget to pre-order your copy of KATO. It’s available on all the e-book platforms, and you can find all THE VARIOUS PRE-ORDER LINKS HERE!
I was very happy to see a brand new review over on STRAIGHT SHOOTIN BOOK REVIEWS for my SHIFTER PLANET. It’s always great to see new readers discovering my books. You can check it out at STRAIGHT SHOOTIN REVIEWS.
I ignored the bad reviews and went to see KING ARTHUR this week, just because I love Charlie Hunnam, and I was curious to see what Guy Ritchie would do with the Arthurian legend. I LOVED IT! I don’t know what all those bad reviews are about. Ritchie definitely picked and choosed which parts of the myth interested him, and he threw a little bit of Lord of the Rings in there. But there’s tons of action, lots of cool sorcery, and great actors. My recommendation … ignore the critics. Go see this movie!
And finally, I hope all the mothers out there, whatever their official title, had a wonderful day surrounded by love.
See you next week.