Daken/X-23 Collision has been on my list (and my shelf) for the longest time but it took finally watching the movie Logan drove me to finally pick it up. The series is written by Marjorie Liu and I'm a huge fan of her writing in both Iron Hunt books and the award winning Monstress comic.… Continue reading Read in February
Last night I had a blast during the Bookies page author takeover event. I read an excerpt of Death's Dancer, answered questions, gave away stuff and did the big COVER REVEAL for Dancer's Flame. So basically it's like going out to a book reading...without either of us leaving the comfort of our homes. I loved… Continue reading “LIVE-n It Up” Appearance
A Breath of Fire - Amanda Bouchet I'm not going to bother to tell you how much I loved this book. Cause you probably already know I'm a sucker for this series. I love seeing couples "after the HEA" but I wasn't as crazy about the first half of this one. The second half and… Continue reading Read in January
2017 was a doozy of a year. Though Dancer’s Flame was mostly complete I wound up doing major revisions, while moving... twice. The second time involved buying a house. So yeah. My brain was just not fully engaged. By the time I got Flame to a point where I was happy sending it off, I’d… Continue reading Book Two Update… and a sneak peek!
Want to know where Isela learned to dance for gods? How about the location of Azrael's private quarters? And the park where the Vogel boys run wild? Download the Squirl app for your iPhone (sorry they don't seem to be on Android yet) and find maps and excerpts from the Prague of Death's Dancer. New books are added… Continue reading Death’s Dancer now on Squirl!
I got a surprising amount of reading done in December. But after turning in the final draft of Dancer's Flame for edits, and finished my NaNoWriMo project, I was pretty wiped and it was time to feed the beast...I mean, the muse. Plus Grandma stayed with us for two whole weeks, so I got to do a… Continue reading Read in December
Why I do it. I've been participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) since 2011. There have been a few gaps, particularly the last two years while Geeklet went from being what my husband I affectionately dubbed the larvae stage to something a little more self supporting. Each time I came to NaNoWriMo with a… Continue reading NaNoWriMo: Why do I it. How I prepare. How I stay sane.
The Kindle edition of Death's Dancer is now just 99¢ on Amazon.com as part of the reader's favorites summer sale. From romance to thrillers, YA to chick-lit, sci-fi and fantasy, the sale has something for everyone. Here are a few that I enjoyed recently: Coming soon:… Continue reading 99¢ Kindle Press Readers Favorites Sale On Now
I'm super excited to announce that a story set in the world of Death's Dancer is appearing in Summer Solstice, the Kindle Press author anthology. Summer Solstice is the third collection in a series of seasonally themed anthologies featuring short stories from 25 Kindle Press novels. I contributed "Best Served Cold," a mini-adventure featuring fan Azrael's Left-Hand… Continue reading A Death’s Dancer Story
In other news, it's entirely untrue that when you recieve 50 Amazon reviews you get a unicorn. (I check the mailbox every day and I do have Prime) I did get to meet this little sweetie at a friend's birthday party, which was awesome: A post shared by Jasmine Silvera (@jassilvera) on Apr 30, 2017 at 9:45am PDT… Continue reading Help an Author Out