Monday, March 15, 2010

Time For Death releases.

Good morning everyone!  This is going to be one busy week.  Not only that, but  have some exciting news to share with you this week.  Every day I will be sharing something new.  Here's your news for today.

My new series will debut with book one, Time For Death, on April 30, 2010!  Woohoo!  I'm very excited and happy that Liz Baker will finally be sent out into the world.  I even have some beta readers who are excited about the release, and they've already read the book.  LOL!

Here is the description from the back of the book:

Liz Baker, a 32 year old small town bar owner, thought it would be a normal evening of sex in a cemetery with her longtime beau, until she spotted someone in the distance, and all normality in her world ceased to exist.

After several murders in her small town of Tremmel Crossing, Georgia, Liz comes to the realization that the murderer is coming after her, and he’s more dangerous than any human could possibly be.

With the help of her dead mother, bar bouncer, and cemetery lover, Liz learns that the murdering vampire was sent by her biological father to claim her as his own. Only then does she discover her real parentage and underlying special powers.

However, the vampire sent to claim her has powers of his own, most importantly the power to control her mind, emotions and desires. She wants him, needs him, her entire body aches for him, but she soon finds out that she must fight back to save the lives of her friends and loved ones. Only death will release her from Marcus’s powerful hold, but who will die first?

Every day this week I will be sharing something about this new series, ending on Friday with some special Release Day details.  Be sure to come back tomorrow for "Liz Baker revealed!"  You'll get to learn a little bit about Liz, her likes, dislikes, quirkiness, and much more.  Then Wednesday I'll be sharing the first glimpse at what Time For Death looks like.  Thursday will be "After the death."  And Friday is all about celebrating!

I hope to see you back here tomorrow, and every day this week.  Now I'm off to get today's work started & planning for the big day.