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DARK GODDESS COVER REVEAL & GIVEAWAY

I’m so excited to reveal the stunning new cover for DARK GODDESS, the sequel to ALPHA GODDESS in my Indian mythology series, out 7/2017 from Sky Pony Press. Isn’t it GORGEOUS?! Be sure to scroll down for more info and to enter for the 3-book prize pack giveaway from Sky Pony! After an epic struggle […]

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YALSA Keynote Opening Session

So proud and excited that my panel was selected as the keynote opening session for YALSA this November in Pittsburgh, PA!   http://www.ala.org/news/member-news/2016/07/ya-authors-and-editors-keynote-opening-session-yalsa-s-2016-young-adult-services   Contact: Nichole O’Connor Program Officer Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) noconnor@ala.org   CHICAGO — Young adult authors Leigh Bardugo, Kristin Elizabeth Clark, Dhonielle Clayton, Zoraida Cordova, and Jonathan Friesen will […]

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Booklist Review for The Fallen Prince

Deliriously happy with this trade review for The Fallen Prince from Booklist!! My favorite parts: “An engaging combination of soap opera and space cowboys” and “give this to readers who liked Star Wars!” HECK YESSSS!!!!! Booklist, May Riven is hot on the trail of her rogue scientist father when she is called home to Neospes, a […]

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THE SOLDIER e-short story now available

As part of the upcoming releases of THE ALMOST GIRL and THE FALLEN PRINCE, YA Books Central has exclusively revealed my FREE e-short–THE SOLDIER–for your reading pleasure! There’s also a giveaway to win one of two advance review copies of THE FALLEN PRINCE so be sure to enter! I’d love to hear your thoughts, so […]

Writing, writing, writing

I need to stop saying it and actually do it. Things have been so busy with Bloodspell that I haven’t been focused on moving along my new novel (more along the post-apocalyptic sci-fi vein). I’ve written about a hundred and twenty odd pages, so still respectable for a good start, but I need to get […]

Book Review: Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick

Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick was a quick read. I have to say that I enjoyed it very much. The language flowed well and was mostly driven by dialogue as opposed to descriptive scenes. Although I tend to favor descriptive language more than dialogue, I really liked the pacing of the dialogue and was completely drawn […]

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