First of all thanks to everyone who weighed in on the Vignettes and on which characters you all would like to see featured. I received lots of replies on the blog and many more emails. I won’t tell you which characters will get stories, since I can’t be sure the muse will cooperate, but there were definitely a couple of clear trends in the poll.
As promised, I’ve selected a random giveaway winner from among the many replies, with the prize being any one (1) of my titles, print or e, including VINCENT. And the winner is Maria S. (mariastan***AToutlook(dot)com) Please note that the name and email address have been abbreviated to protect the innocent. So, read it carefully, and, Maria, you have six (6) days to email me at email@example.com to claim your prize, telling me which book you want and which format. Note that if you want a print book, I’ll need a mailing address, and if you want VINCENT, obviously, you’ll have to wait until after his release in November. 🙂
Don’t despair if you didn’t win this giveaway, because there’s more coming. My new publisher, ImaJinn/Belle, is re-releasing the two Cyn & Raphael e-novellas, and with new covers, too. To celebrate the re-release and as part of the run-up to UNFORGIVEN on 1 October and then VINCENT on 1 November, ImaJinn/Belle is sponsoring a mini-blog tour. It will run from July 2 to July 6, just five stops—one each day—but there will be a cover reveal for BETRAYED, interviews, a giveaway, and even a mini-short story (one more chance to pick a character from your votes!) I’ll post details next weekend.
My darling VINCENT is all checked and edited (last chance to use the pretty picture) and he’ll be on his way before the weekend. I have family coming in for a long weekend, so excellent timing! I’ll be taking a few days off, and then I’ll be starting the next book, which (yay!) will be another full-length Cyn & Raphael. I’m kind of excited about this, the first book in the new story arc and a new Cyn & Raphael all rolled into one.
Okay, I have an early appointment, so I’m calling it a night early tonight (or this morning.) Have a great week and see you all next Sunday/Monday.