It’s finally here ^_^ the cover for Blood of a Leo, just in time for the US To legalize gay marriage throughout :D Wonderful!!
Click on the Cover to get to Rooster & Pig, scroll down the first page to find and pre-order the book ;)
Oh, and as an extra added bonus due to the great news for gay marriage, Rooster & Pig have an extra surprise in store for you ;)
The coupon will expire July 30th.
The countdown can finally begin.
The official release date for the new and improved Blood of a Leo is set for July 24th ^_^
What better way to enjoy the summer ;)
Hey guys, first thing first :) The edits for Blood of a Leo have now been completed and sent in for a final check by the editor in chief, so I’m hoping a definite date for the re-release won’t be far off :) Also really looking forward to getting a look at the new cover. (Yay!)
I’ve signed the contract for book three and am currently going through Keeping Zane before submitting that as well. Main goal this summer: Finish Biting Liam ;) Hopefully it will be out soon after the re-publish of Keeping Zane :)
(Also having minor inspirations regarding Solomon’s book here and there ;) )
I’m definitely back in the game and that feels great!
I’ve been working really hard and am in a good place now, but googling yourself online can sometimes be sad. Lately my original books have been pirated. If I was a well off person, this might not have bothered me so much, but that isn’t the case. I do hope someday I can live off of my writings, but that is a long way off. For now I write because it makes me happy, but having people throwing around my books just as I am about to have the new and improved versions republished is really demotivating.
I first noticed this person posting my books on one page and I contacted the copyright division for that page, (I would have rather contacted the user him-/herself, bt was unable to do so without joining the page) The books were removed, but now I’ve noticed the same person having posted them again. I can understand people being impatient and wanting to read my books, but please don’t go about it this way. If anyone is on one of these pages, I hope you can give the user cp1969 a link to this post. I have no interest in taking any legal actions, but I want the person responsible to know I do care and don’t want him or her to pirate my books.
Authors are delicate beings and we love our fans. Though some say being pirated is a sign of respect, I feel it is rather heartbreaking.
I hope everything gets cleared up so that I can put my full attention on my work ahead. I love my books and I love creating these worlds, and I plan to keep going for years to come :) and some years after that, and some years after that and so on ^_^
I just wanted to let you know what’s been going on lately :)
Currently, I’ve sent in the first three books of Solomon’s Pride to Rooster and Pig publishing and I have signed the contract for two of them (just sent in the third one).
The editing process for Blood of a Leo has begun and I still don’t have a set date for the release, but it will be sometime this summer (June/July). Again, I promise to post the set dates when I get them :)
In the WIP section I’ve added a little “before and after” part in regards to the wordcount on the Solomon Pride books that are to be republished. This shows how much more has been added, but the changes do amount to more than just words. Things have been/are being rewritten to better the flow and the story in general and that doesn’t always show in the wordcount. *Note that the new wordcounts are from when I first send it to the publisher
Soon I’ll start going through the fourth book and as soon as I’ve sent that one in, I will finish writing Biting Liam. (I’ve figured out the plot, so hopefully that won’t take too long to finish up.)
It’s been awhile since you’ve heard from me, but I am now happy to announce that I have signed the contract for the republishing of Blood of a Leo. I will also be turning in the rest of the Solomon’s Pride books as soon as I go through them properly.
There are some changes to the books, but the stories remain true to their original state. Blood of a Leo is not quite the cliff-hanger it was (though, it is still a little bit of a cliff-hanger) and the biggest changes will be in The Link that Binds due to the alterations to Blood of a Leo (a little teaser to some of the changes – you get some more time with a certain couple whose first names start with a C and a Z ;) )
Not quite sure when they will be released yet, a process like this can take several months, but I promise to do my best to have book 5 (Biting Liam) ready not too long after the republishing of the re-edited 4 previous ones depending on when they are released
For now I’m just happy to have joined a new publishing family and look forward to working with them :)
And you just gotta love Rooster & Pig Publishing’s tag-line: Where Fluff Meets Rough.