I've added a page to my website at: http://sierra-rose-books.webs.com/ for my new S.E.A.L. Team Omega series. It has the final blurb, a brief excerpt, character data and the current cover choice all listed. I hope you stop in and take a peek. I'm working on getting it formatted for ebook release first and then paperback soon after.
Also, for authors with ebooks please look into the post below about Operation Ebook Drop. It's a great way to give something to those soldiers serving overseas and even those still stationed at home.
Virtual Awakenings is available as an e-book and a paperback on Amazon and the paperback would make a wonderful gift this holiday season. Best of all, the proceeds go to the a cancer charity.
Friday, November 20, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Flames of Betrayal is the first in a new action series I'm writing. The novel itself is basically completed, it's in the beta-reader stage. Now comes the hard part...the dreaded blurb. I think writing a blurb is one of the hardest things to write as it's so dang short. Something I'm not good at anyway. I've been working on one all weekend and have finally gotten one that I think is pretty good...well, at least it's shorter than my blurb for Roarke's novel so that's saying something. I've listed it on the Createspace Preview Gallery to get some ideas on whether it's grabbing enough. Hop over and take a peek. https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1062127 In the midst of finding a suitable cover...oh for an unlimited budget or a decent once of drawing talent.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
As a member of the Kindleboard forum, I have met some really wonderful people. Never would someone want to meet better e-people so to speak. In fact, some of these wonderful people gathered together to create an anthology of short stories with the proceeds going toward a breast cancer charity fund.
Virtual Imaginings is the baby of some really wonderful people and it's available as both a Kindle e-book and a paperback on Amazon.
So I hope anyone who checks this out, will give it a look. As someone who lost a sister to breast cancer it is certainly a project that I can support.