First things first... Dying Embers is on sale for 99 cents right now. Spread the word. Snag a copy for yourself. Gift a copy. Anything you can do will be greatly appreciated.
Secondly, my maiden newsletter went out on Friday. Did you get yours? It has fun stuff in it and a giveaway and news.
Next, I'll be letting the world know about the cover and the blurb for Accidental Death on Friday - when it goes live on Omnimystery News. If you don't subscribe to them, though, don't worry. I'll post it here, too.
Finally, I know you're probably fans of suspense and junk, since you're here, but I'm a cross-genre reader. To that end, I'd like to point you toward a SF series I've been enjoying. I haven't read them all, and I'm way behind, but still I do love every installment I've been able to get my hot little hands on.
Mike Shepherd's Kris Longknife series.
Kris is the daughter of the Prime Minister, she's the heir to a family fortune, and the grand-daughter of a war hero and a corporate hero. But rather than be a princess, she wants to fly. So she's in the Navy - piloting ships through the galaxy.
In Mike's own words: "The Kris Longknife saga is the story of a young woman coming of age during a time when things are
falling apart and discovering that maybe humanity still does need heroes."
Kris Longknife kicks ass, takes names, and still manages to be snarky. I love her.
I've read the first four and just snagged the fifth this weekend. Squee! Now if I just had time to read.