Envision – Book Review

When you set off on a journey, you never know what you will discover along the way. When I first started writing the Seeker Files, I had no idea where my journey would take me or the wonderful people that I would meet along the way. One of these people turned out to be Jennifer Benson, my amazing editor. Although I was originally just looking for beta readers, she saw the promise in my stories and helped me to polish them, for which I am truly grateful.

But during this process, we became close friends and she shared with me a story that she had been working on. It was stunningly beautiful and tempted me to read it over and over again. One thing I cannot do is write short stories, I simply don’t have the knack for it (In other words, I talk too much, lol). But the sheer amount of imagery and feeling tucked into the story will leave you craving more stories from her. I am so proud of her following her dreams and publishing it and hope that she will continue to grace us with more stories in the future!

 

 

When two sisters receive their mysterious inheritance, their lives are changed forever. Mara rejects her heritage and disappears while Anastasia accepts it and flourishes. Then rumors about the missing sister begin to swirl. Anastasia swears she didn’t kill Mara, but her story is too fantastic to be believable…or is it?

 

So, will you read it? Happy Thursday!

Exciting News and a Contest!

Book 2 cover

 

Exciting news!

I finally have a release date.

The second book of The Seeker Files

“In Search of Healing”

will be released on

May 15th!

 

Here is the blurb for “In Search of Healing”.

Having survived her first few months at HSI, Agent Aletta is settling into her partnership with Lirim. She is coming to terms with her newfound gift and the threat to her welfare is finally over. Or is it?

Aletta had left everything behind to start over at HSI. But her past is not content to remain where it belongs, in the past. Drawn reluctantly back into her past, she and Lirim race against time at they try to figure out who is behind the attacks on the Canticum Opera Company.

Struggling to fully harness her gift and running from her past, can Aletta and Lirim figure out who is targeting the Canticum Company before time runs out?

 

Are you excited? I know that I am!

 

However, my first book, “In Search of Justice” is in need of some love.

book cover

It’s all just fun and games until someone dies.

In a world where supernaturals and humans live side-by-side in peace, that peace can be suddenly shattered. That’s when HSI (Human-Supernatural Investigation) comes into play.

Agent Aletta Sheridan has been with the department for only a little over a month when she’s handed a new case. A murderer is on the loose in Isenton and it’s her job to track the killer down.

Fiercely independent, Aletta is forced by her superiors to partner with another agent. With only a handful of clues to follow, will they be able to stop the killer before anyone else dies?

 

So I propose a contest.

Here are the rules:

  • Read my book. It’s available on Amazon, just click this link: In Search of Justice. It’s free if you have Kindle Unlimited and it’s only $2.99 if you don’t.
  • Leave an honest review on Amazon. I’m not looking for an ego boost, I really want to know what people think of it.
  • Come back to this post and leave a comment letting me know that you’ve done these two things

 

But if this is a contest, there must be a time limit and some prizes. So the time limit is 10 days, it will be closed at Midnight on April 30th, 2018.

Here are the prizes:

  • 10 reviews – I will post a sneak peek for In Search of Healing
  • 15 reviews – I will post an interview by the main characters from The Seeker Files
  • 20 reviews – I will post the first chapter of In Search of Healing
  • 25 reviews – I will post a never before seen bonus story from Lirim’s viewpoint.
  • 30 or more reviews – A random reviewer will be chosen to name a character in my third book in the series: In Search of High Society

 

If we pass more than one milestone, the prizes accumulate. So if we hit 15 reviews, I will post the prizes for both 10 and 15 reviews. And so on and so forth.

 

So let’s see if we can’t hit the grand prize and win all of them! I’m looking forward to reading your reviews.

I have decided that limiting it to April 21st is too short of time, so I have moved the deadline to the end of the month. Looking forward to reading your reviews 🙂

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