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Yes, Dark Star is a series!

Just a quick note to let you all know that yes, DARK STAR is a series! This is my most frequently asked question, and there seems to be a bit of confusion out there about it, so I thought I’d set the record straight. You’ll be seeing more of Audrey and company, the Kin, and (of course) Harrowers. Book 2 is in the works and should be out in a little over a year.

I’ll give you updates as I have them!

Book is officially released!

It’s here! DARK STAR is officially available in the United States. The audio edition is now available as well.

You can check out a preview and read the first seven chapters right here!

Ebook Pre-orders

Just a quick update to let you know DARK STAR is now available for pre-order on both Kindle and Nook!

Also, I’ll be geeking it up at Dragon*con in Atlanta until 9/4, so please forgive any delay in responses to email queries. Thanks!

A Welcome and a Giveaway!

Hello out there, and welcome to my shiny new website!

Here you’€™ll find news and updates on my books, as well as the occasional blog post. We’€re still getting things rolled out, but what better way to launch my site than to have an ARC giveaway contest? If you’€™d like to win an ARC of DARK STAR, just follow the directions below.

The contest is open to anyone in the U.S. or Canada. To enter, leave a comment below, and when you do, riddle me this: If you could have any one superpower, what would it be?

Once the contest ends [12:00 a.m. CST, Friday, June 8th], I’™ll choose a winner at random. I’ll contact the winner via email, so please use a valid email address.

And because I’m sure you’re all terribly curious: what superpower would I choose? Flying, of course! When I was little, I used to jump off the back of my mother’s couch, convinced I’d eventually become airborne. You’d think, after the first few attempts, I’d have figured out this wasn’t going to work. But no. I stubbornly persisted. (Maybe I just really liked jumping off that couch. Who knows. I was a weird little kid.) Alas, that pesky law of gravity always kept me earthbound.