Monday, October 15, 2012

Happy Release Day!! Emily's Trial, Now Available WORLDWIDE!

Emily's Trial & Giveaway Goodies!
Hooray! The lovely day has arrived - Emily's Trial is here!

Today, October 15, 2012, is the official release date for my newest baby. If you haven't read Emily's House, Book 1 of the Akasha Chronicles, I've priced it at a nice price point of 99 cents for the e-book at all retailers. You can easily find the version of your choice by clicking on the "Buy" button at the top of this page. 

If you haven't seen the trailer yet for Emily's Trial, check it out: 

Several lovely ladies are hosting me on their blogs today to celebrate the new release. Hop over to these great blogs and make sure you leave comments and enter the giveaway. For goodness sakes, I must be nuts - I'm giving away an Emily-inspired armlet handmade by Lady Steel just for me! 

Christy's Love of Books (*GREAT Blog :-D) 

Maghon's Happy Tales and Tails (A Must See Blog)

Sittin' Under the Oak Tree 

Biblio Thoughts

Did you see the promo goodies in the picture at the top of this post? I've got fun Emily merchandise that I'll be throwing into the Giveaway goodie bags going out to lucky winners over the next few months :-D

And here's an excerpt of the first page of Emily's Trial:

"The Apocalypse didn’t start with four horsemen, harbingers of the horror to come. It didn’t start with a plague, or pestilence, or even zombies rising from the dead.
It came slowly and without warning. It crept up on people in the shadows, no more than a vague darkness that spread like an unseen cancer.
And it wasn’t set into action by a divine hand. A teenage girl was the catalyst for the End Times.
I should know. I’m the one that started it.
I didn’t plan to. I didn’t want to start the End Times, and I’m not evil.
Madame Wong taught me to tell the truth, and so here it is. I’m the one responsible for the Apocalypse. And this is the story of how I unwittingly unlocked the door to the darkness; of how a Priestess of the Order of Brighid, entrusted with powerful magic that was supposed to be used for the benefit of all humankind, unleashed a force that would destroy it instead.
And it all began with desire."

Happy Reading!


  1. Huzzah!

    I'm so happy for you!! Book birthdays are just awesome days :D Enjoy your afternoon of literary glow! Treat yourself, maybe a little Nordstrom Cafe?

    Apropos, I've finally started, in earnest, on the actual writing of my Savannah IV. I look forward to my next book birthday: quite a while until we get there! I shall enjoy yours vicariously!!


    Jennifer ;)

    1. Thanks Jennifer! Yes, book birthdays are fun :-) I'm celebrating with the family tonight by eating sushi together - spicy tuna roll, here I come!
      But alas, as you most likely know, there is little time to get fat, sassy and rest on our laurels. There is a book 3 to write - and another book series after that, and so on. I'm taking a few days to breath deeply, then it's plowing into plotting, etc.
      Best wishes on Savannah IV!


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