I uploaded a revised version of Vampiric Calling to the 99 cent ebooks offered last night! It's still processing at Smashwords, Amazon, and B&N.
Ebook Short Description A vampire targets a huntress for his own, and she's torn between wanting him and knowing she should terminate him. But in the dark of night, who will win the battle?
Samantha Ramsay’s always been different, a huntress born with the gene that makes her kind take up the sword to terminate rogue vampires, yet something isn’t right. They’ve never targeted her before tonight, and now she realizes she can’t kill the sexiest vampire she’s ever encountered, who claims her for his own.
Ralston Vaccarra has waited all the huntress’s life to have her and no one, vampires or hunters alike, will have the woman he claimed for his own the day she was born, only will a huntress be able to accept him and his kind for what they are?
It's almost twice as long as the version I had in the newsletter as I added quite a bit to it to flesh out the story some more. :)
I took this picture when I chanced to look out the kitchen window and see a red sky at night...It was like the whole sky was on fire, even more brilliant than in this picture. :) And I thought the smooth bark of the tree added to the picture nicely. :)
And I received another bear order--2 new bears for new baby births in January! Luckily, one is for a grizzly and he's made. I just have to embroider his paws for the baby. The other I need to cut out from scratch and start all new. :) I can't seem to keep ahead where I have a bunch made up already.
Off to write on Heart of the Highland Wolf--I'm at the near end--just not sure how to end it. Time to do some heavy duty brainstorming.
Ever do that? Can't figure out what you're going to do--whether it's take a trip or tackle some other problem? And you brainstorm?
Sometimes forcing myself to continue to think on a solution works. Sometimes just revising the rest of the manuscript makes me realize I had some neat plot threads that I didn't go anywhere with and voila--that's the solution!
I do love writing where the characters come full circle when it works in the story. Sometimes it just happens. Sometimes I have to really work on it.
So I'm off to brainstorm!
Hope you all are having a lovely Sunday! We skipped flower shopping--it was raining and colder than the dickens here! And still is!
"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male."