Torn Apart, now on Kindle, Smashwords and Kobo!

8/31/17

At long last, Torn Apart has been published on Amazon Kindle, Smashwords, and Kobo! And for a limited time, you can get your copy while it’s on sale for just 99¢. Torn Apart will also soon be available in paperback, and on Itunes, and Nook. Subscribe to this blog or follow me on social media to get details on when Torn Apart will be released through other mediums/distributors.

Torn ApartTorn Apart (Convergence Series Book 1)
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Werewolf, Action, Adventure, Angst

As a priestess in the service of the dragon goddess, Halea must roam the land hunting demons and sealing tears caused by the Chaos Dimension that seeks to converge with their world. She has sworn an oath to devote herself only to her goddess, and if necessary, will even die for her mission.

One day she discovers that her beloved childhood friend, Varg, has survived the devastation of the last convergence and has since risen to become the alpha of his people, the lycans. Together they battle the forces of Chaos, but when Varg wants Halea to be his mate, she is torn between her oath and her desire to be with the Wolf King who loves her. Only a blood sacrifice can stop the coming of the next convergence, and with Halea’s life on the line, Varg will do anything to save her.

Get your copy on Amazon Kindle, Smashwords, and Kobo.


Update: Book 2 is at 27% completion. Follow me on social media for regular updates on the progress of Book 2 in the convergence series “Blood Bound.”

Erotic Fiction – When is there too much sex in a novel?

5/15/17

Many writers will write an erotic or explicit scene at some point in time, and many ask themselves – is this really necessary? Perhaps you’re writing a steamy scene to attract a target audience. Perhaps you’re writing it because it’s important to the plot or character development. Or perhaps you’re writing it because it gets you off.

Hey, I ain’t gonna judge!

No matter the reasoning as to ‘why‘ people write erotic fiction, one thing is obvious; a novel tends to lose it’s credibility as serious literature the moment it crosses the arbitrary line into ‘overtly pornographic’ for the sake of just being erotic, and nothing else.

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