Hello my Knightmares!
We made it. THE KNIGHTMARES will be officially published in exactly 1 week. To say I am excited is an understatement. To have an audience to entertain with the stories in my head has been a dream of mine for a long time. This is just the first step of many.
HOWEVER - I need all of you to do something for me first.
Earlier today, you should have received an email asking if the address on file at Inkshares is the correct address. Please check that address, and if it is incorrect, please log into Inkshares and make those changes. This is something that will be especially important if you have moved since 2016.
It’s very easy to check your address:
It’s that easy!
I want each and every one of you who bought my book to receive it; you helped to get The Knightmares published, you deserve to have your copy delivered without problem. Again, thank you, and enjoy!
Tell everyone you know about the book! Make sure to leave a review on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Goodreads. AND STAY TUNED FOR MORE AS I ANNOUNCE MY NEXT PROJECT SOON!
Dear friends and followers,
It is with great pleasure that I announce to you that THE "CAT’S PAW" CAMPAIGN IS LIVE!
So do please go and tell ’em that yes, you really would pay to read this. Most of you have been through the funding campaign for "A Gentleman’s Murder", and all of you know how it works. Every pre-order represents a vote to see the book published.
More importantly, this will show that "A Gentleman’s Murder" was not just a flash in the pan: that this really could be my life ... tell me you love me.
But you must be wondering, what is "Cat’s Paw" about?
It’s the story of one Roger Linwood as he returns home for his adoptive father’s funeral, only to find that the old man’s death was murder, and that a clause in his will leaves the entirety of the Linwood estate, in the case of an unnatural death, to whichever one of the three Linwood children -- Roger, Alan, or Caroline -- first identifies his killer. But the case seems fairly clear: the only person with access to the scene was Lady Linwood, their adoptive mother, a woman so frail and emotionally devastated that her guilt seems quite unthinkable. Of course, nothing is quite what it seems ... not even the world of Roger Linwood’s idyllic childhood.
While the story is set in the same period as "A Gentleman’s Murder", and while it does involve a murder investigation, this isn’t a Peterkin sequel. It’s quite a bit darker, with an edge of Gothic horror. My plan had been, in fact, to work on the next Peterkin mystery, but this story cut in line and insisted on being told.
The muse will not be denied.