Sunday, August 19, 2012
Thursday, August 16, 2012
KILLING MONSTERS will be available on Amazon in 6-12 hours. I'll be posting it to Smashwords as well (in a day or so). I'm also began my edit of KILLING MOMZILLAS, which is going much better than my initial edit of KM2. I'm not having to change the opening as much. My hope is that with book 3 and 4 it's smooth sailing, but I'm sure it'll be hard work. I'm just glad to be working again to be honest. I always have this uncomfortable "in between projects" time where I struggle so much it's like I've lost my purpose. It's strange. I don't like it. Happy to be working again. Happier still to be getting KM2 out for people to enjoy (fingers crossed).
Sunday, August 5, 2012
So, here's a draft of the blurb for KM2. I'm always looking for feedback so lay it on me and I'll consider everything! :)
When the choice was to either track down and bust a serial killer or have sex with her boyfriend, Estela would rather butt in to an FBI investigation than take a chance at another failed tryst in the sheets—or hay. Although she’s madly in love with Caleb and is having fun trying, she just can’t bring herself to seal the deal, and, quite frankly, feels a bit deformed.
Perhaps being stalked, terrorized, and assaulted by a man who proclaimed his undying love for her and then shot her uncle in the neck, has left her with a little PTSD. Or maybe she’s just not ready for sex. (At twenty-six, going on twenty-seven, she really should be ready!) Either way, Estela is sure that she can identify a serial killer just by looking at him. So, when the deaths of several women connected to Christian Waller, the fiancé of Estela’s friend Olive, begin, Estela is sure that he’s the culprit and that Olive may be next.
Teaming up with Moo for a little Moostela Investigation, Estela sets off to bring Christian down hoping to avoid an end where she’s staring down the barrel of gun held by another psychopath.
Teaming up with Moo for a little Moostela Investigation, Estela sets off to bring Christian down while avoiding an ending that has her staring down the barrel of gun held by another psychopath.
If you have black, demon-like eyes, you must be a serial killer, so says Estela Ramos who just survived the overwhelming experience of being stalked and terrorized by a man declaring his undying love. She knew Dr. Pervo was creepy from the start and is now positive that she can identify a murderer just by looking at him.
But perhaps being loved so devotedly by a crazy person has left Estela with a little PTSD. When given the choice to either have sex with her boyfriend or track down and bust a serial killer, Estela would rather butt in to an FBI investigation. Although she’s madly in love with Caleb and has fun trying, she just can’t bring herself to seal the deal, and, quite frankly, feels a bit deformed. Why take a chance at another failed tryst in the sheets—or hay—when there is a serial killer afoot?
When several young women connected to Christian Waller, the fiancé of her friend Olive, are murdered, Estela is certain that Christian’s the culprit and that Olive, pregnant with his triplets, may be the next victim. Estela just has to prove it, which is hard when no one takes her seriously.