VIGNETTE #4 plus RAJMUND GETS A TOP BITE!!
Okay, so Vignette #4 is up as promised. For a brief time this weekend, #3 and #4 shared the spotlight, but we’re back to one lonely Vignette at a time. So, this week it’s #4. Only a couple more weeks and a brand new Vignette will appear.
In the meantime, Bitten by Paranormal Romance has posted a new review of RAJMUND. This is just part of what their reviewer, Cynthia, had to say …
Ms. Reynolds’ Vampire in America Series is one you must put on your TBR and/or Keeper Shelf. I started reading the series a bit backwards; reading the last book, SOPHIA, first and then continuing on in the correct order. I have rated all of the books ‘5 An Alpha Howl’, but RAJMUND, gets the Top Bite Award. Move over Raphael, there’s a new Lord in town.
Yep, my beautiful, blue-eyed vamp gets a Top Bite Award. I have a soft spot for Raj. I think he’s frequently misunderstood, which is my fault as the writer. But, I’m always happy when someone loves him as much as I do.
In other news, I’ve been working on a revamping (no pun intended) of my blog. Mostly organizational stuff — when I started I only had the one book, but now with what will soon be five (5!) books out there, I need to change things up a bit. I’m not sure when I’ll have it ready. I’ll be compulsively checking and rechecking everything a million times before it goes live, but hopefully it will be in time for DUNCAN’s debut anyway.
And speaking of DUNCAN (and don’t we all want to?) it’s hard to believe, but I’m already scheduling a few promo appearances for his book! Amazing. I’m on pins and needles for this one. I can hardly wait to get a cover, and I can especially hardly wait until the book is out.
Okay, that’s it for this week. Gotta go watch tonight’s True Blood episode! We still have family in town, so this is the first chance I’ve had to sit down and watch it. Thank the gods of harassed authors and vampire fans for DVR technology!!
See you all next week!
11 thoughts on “VIGNETTE #4 plus RAJMUND GETS A TOP BITE!!”
Raj is misunderstood? Really? I am in love with him. Thought you put a lot of depth into his character, and detail in his background. I have a feeling Duncan’s book will be just as strong in these areas. Speaking of Duncan (Yes, we are!), could you remind me about ImaJinn’s policy on pre-orders? I’ve got books releasing on Amazon in February that are pre-ordered right now. Others are releasing in two weeks, with no pre-order option yet. Thanks!
I’m in love with him, too! 🙂
Preorders … there are no pre-orders on Amazon for books by a small press, which is what my publisher ImaJinn is. ImaJinn takes orders for the print version of their books once the book is “released.” That’s only about a two week period, and that’s on the ImaJinn website, which is http://www.ImaJinnBooks.com.
Hello D. B. Reynolds,
Congratulations for Top Bite Award on RAJMUND! As all of the Vampires are incredible, Rajmund seems so extra yummy. Now it is waiting for Duncan who has always caught my eye. On the book count you listed did you count the “Heart of the Wolf” too.
Hi Judy … no I didn’t count Heart of the Wolf, but I probably should have! So, that means once DUNCAN is out there, I need to have room for SIX books … or at least six covers, since Heart is only a novella.
judy o are tight about heart of the wolf.
i love all ur books but so far raphael is my favorie.
congatations for raj.
hi db reynolds!! Congrats on rajmund btw will we ever read raj and sarahs wedding and will you post anymore deleted scenes?? Thanks 🙂
Raj and Sarah’s wedding doesn’t happen until after the events in DUNCAN, so the Vignette will come after that book. And I will be posting some deleted scenes from DUNCAN. Of course, not until after the book is out. 🙂
I absolutely love Raj DB Reynolds ‘sigh’ if only there were real vampires! Will be be seeing Ray and Sarah in Duncan hope we do missed Raj!!?
I love Raj, too! And sometimes I want to weep because vampires aren’t real … at least not that we know of … yet. 🙂
No Raj in DUNCAN. Cyn and Raphael have a brief cameo, and there’s some mention of Raj, but Duncan’s book is all about Duncan.
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