Since next month, Eleanor and I will be attending Rainbow Con in Tampa, FL, The Novel Approach Reviews is celebrating by hosting us on their site. And we are celebrating by giving away our two shifter books, The Moon’s Dirty Light and Beneath the 13th Moon.
You can go HERE and read our interview, or click on the Rafflecopter option below to register for the giveaway. Good luck!
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Eleanor and I are pleased to be the last authors to have a profile piece on Reviews by Jessewave. (Wave is closing her site after the New Year.) Our “interview” is HERE.
We talk about how we started writing our series, Werewolves of Baltimore, Bruce Springsteen and more importantly The Boss’ incredible ass. *g*
Wonderful news today. Eleanor and I are going to be spotlighted on Reviews by Jessewave in late December and we got nominated for three awards today on Goodreads!
So, if you are a Goodreads member, please consider voting for The Law of the Jungle and The Moon’s Dirty Light. Here are the categories:
Best Short Story (25 pages or 15K words or less) – The Law of the Jungle
Best Free Story – The Law of the Jungle
Best Law Enforcement – The Moon’s Dirty Light
URL to vote:
Beneath the 13th Moon, second book in the Werewolves of Baltimore series by H.L. Holston and Eleanor Bruce is available for purchase on AMAZON now.
This book has only been out for a matter of days and is already receiving rave reviews. Don’t miss the second installment of this paranormal best-selling series set in my hometown of Baltimore. This time we talk about the Baltimore myth, Black Aggie, a cursed statue which is rumored to crush anyone who sits in her lap overnight!
If you missed the first book, The Moon’s Dirty Light. it is available HERE.
Our second book in our Werewolves of Baltimore series is out today. Beneath the 13th Moon is now available for purchase at Extasy Books.
Is Liam Van Zandt living in The Twilight Zone? It sure looks that way. The victims in the murders he’s investigating seem to have been crushed by a cursed statue.
In the middle of his investigation Liam is fighting his attraction to the mysterious Dr. Bartek Szala, a police consultant and amateur folklorist. With everything coming to a head and his Captain breathing down his neck, Liam has been denying his attraction to Bartek. But when they are thrust into a supernatural world of witches, vampires and werewolves they have to join forces or they won’t survive.
Will Liam and Bartek come out alive or will they succumb to the danger that surrounds the Legend of Black Aggie?
Eleanor and I are so happy to reveal the cover for our new book, Beneath the 13th Moon, second in the Werewolves of Baltimore series. Many thanks to Carmen at Extasy Books for the beautiful cover.
Book will be released December 1st.
We’ve gotten a couple of great reviews for The Moon’s Dirty Light. Here’s one I really liked. *g*
4 1/2 Stars from Barb at Live Your Life, Buy the Book:
“I really enjoyed this book! The whole world, with the Vamp and Were Councils and the peace treaty between the species, was classic paranormal fare…the book didn’t take itself too seriously. It was fun, funny and sexy as anything! Go. Buy the Book. You”ll love it!”
To celebrate The Moon’s Dirty Light cracking the Top 100 in Gay Romance on Amazon (thank you all), I am going to gift a copy to one lucky winner today. Feel free to copy/paste this, Tweet it or FB this.
All you have to do is leave a comment here, my Twitter (SueHolston) or my Facebook (Sue Holston). Your requirements? Just have an Amazon account (email attached to that account), so I can gift the book to you. Contest is only open today! Closes 4pm EST on Wednesday, July 24, 2013!
I will send the book to one lucky winner by this afternoon!
The Moon’s Dirty Light is up on Amazon for all you Kindle readers!
You can buy it HERE. Enjoy!
The other day I joked to a friend that our new book hadn’t been pirated yet, and I didn’t know if that was bad or good news. *g* Well, as of today its bad news. From another friend, I found out The Moon’s Dirty Light was on a pirate site and had been illegally downloaded 54 times! I sent a DMCA/Copyright violation notice so the site would remove. They haven’t. That’s $323.46 dollars of revenue I’ve lost so far because the file sharing site won’t do the correct legal thing and remove my book.
I know some readers think authors whine about piracy too much. But when you realize that on average each m/m novel only makes $2000 for the author (poll on Reviews by Jessewave), three hundred dollars is a lot of revue to lose. Funny thing is I’d be willing to give away a copy of our book to a minority of readers who asked so they wouldn’t have to steal. What would I want in return? A fair and honest review on either GoodReads or Amazon.