This morning I picked up a large (and surprisingly slippery) pile of bookmarks ahead of my attendance at the Romance Writers of Australia conference, Love Gone Wild, being held this weekend in Brisbane.
This will be my first RWA conference, and I’m looking forward to learning more about my fellow members and about the world of writing romance (and how best to get word out to readers old and new about what I’m doing).
One of the things I’m looking forward to, of course, is that my new book – paranormal romance thriller Ravenfall – is being launched at the conference!
Ravenfall is the story of James Sharpe and Gabriel Dare and a monstrous plot that threatens all Great Britain! The paperback is available for pre-order now, becoming officially available later this month, and the ebook due for release later in September.
For those on GoodReads, you can mark Ravenfall as to-read now!
If you’re going to be at the RWA conference, please come up and say hello (and grab a bookmark!).
You can read more about Ravenfall here, or pre-order the paperback at one of these online stores:
Near Miss is due out this month, but even before that’s hit the digital stands, here I come with a new cover reveal!
Ravenfall is a queer, paranormal, erotic romance thriller, set in contemporary London, and published by Clan Destine Press. It’s due out in mid August 2017.
In London, war veteran James Sharpe struggles to come to terms with what he’s become: a vampire. His new lodger, artist Gabriel Dare, is best thing that’s happened to James since his discharge. Or he would be, if James knew whether he was still capable of love. He knows he’s capable of much worse things; the things he fights within himself every day.
Is James a danger to those he cares for? What will happen if Gabriel finds out what James is?
Gabriel, however, has a secret history of his own. And when some of his friends, the subjects of his art, go missing from the streets, a whole nest of secrets and a dangerous plot are revealed: involving a clairvoyant cop, Gabriel’s brother and a host of London’s monsters.
Cover art by Willson Rowe
Keep an eye on Ravenfall for links when the book is launched in August 2017.