That's right ... another foray into the world of the Shadow Ancients has been revealed! In Epitaph (available from Resplendence Publishing or your favorite e-book seller) enforcer Acacia Stone goes undercover to assure the safety of a special Ancient child and finds herself in the midst of something sinister. Duty requires that she keep her lover in the dark. But she had no idea he was playing with the same fire for his own secretive purpose.
I loved writing this book. Acacia first came to life in Blood Oath in which she played a very minor role. She's young, new to the ranks of enforcers and independent yet she has a knack for sensing trouble that leads Giorgio Montrosa, the chief council enforcer, to trust her with this plum assignment.
Now, you ask, what am I doing since Epitaph has hit the electronic bookshelves?
Reading, for one thing. My to-be-read pile is in danger of toppling over and taking out the cat. Since spring has finally come to Kentucky, I've filled the front porch flower pots and window box with geraniums and petunias. The flower beds are next.
I've also filled my calendar with places to meet readers and hang around with authors. Next up is the Dogwood Writing Conference this very weekend at Carter Caves State Resort Park near Olive Hill, Ky. The speakers are fantabulous and the $50 registration fee includes a Friday night session plus Saturday's full line-up of workshops, continental breakfast and a scrumptious buffet lunch.
Want to learn more? Check out the Dogwood Writing Conference page on Facebook or drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, of course, you can also click on the contact tab on this page and send me a message that way.
So happy spring, everyone, and happy reading!