I've been away for a few days and therefore a bit dead to the online world, but now I'm home and can share this with you! We have five days left until the release of my novel Blindsighted Wanderer, and my good friend H.K. Savage's new tale, Second Sight. In order to celebrate, Young Adult and Teen Readers has organised an online party, with some really cool giveaways and prizes to be won on the night! Included are t-shirts for Second Sight, as well as some beautiful cameo-style pendant necklaces made from the Blindsighted Wanderer and Second Sight cover artworks!
The link to the event Second Sight and Blindsighted Wanderer Release Party is HERE so feel free to join in if you're interested! It's open to everyone and the more the merrier!
I'm getting so excited now... sixteen years of writing and I'm five days away. I don't many how many times I've dreamed about this, and by this time next week it will be reality.
And finally, if you want to attend, I'm looking forward to seeing you at the release party!
Second Sight, book 1 of The Admiral’s Elite by HK Savage
Rebecca Sauter is a proud military police officer with a secret; she’s clairvoyant. Her ex-Marine father can’t understand why she won’t try harder for a commission but for Becca, hiding among the greater mass of enlisted men and women is safer.
One night on a run she encounters a terrifying man and his beastly dogs; in her attempts to defend herself she hits her head and passes out. When she wakes up in the hospital she’s being collected by a handsome but rude officer.
Humans are fragile. That has been Captain Michael Rossi’s mantra since his first days as a vampire in 1944. Now Admiral Black has given a post within his elite unit to a human woman solely because she has “the sight”. Michael’s fears that she will bring harm to his men are soon eclipsed by his realization that it is her who might suffer should the admiral decide she is a poor fit.
Dive into this new world with HK Savage’s new cast of characters in a series Paranormal Book Club is already calling “Perfect!” and Open Book Society gave a rare 5 star review!!