First of all I’d like to say a huge thank you to all the bloggers and promoters who supported me in my cover reveal yesterday. I’m very much looking forward to the release of Death in the Family, the second Sophie Morgan vampire book, on 14th February. Later this week I will be posting a link for pre-orders. As it’s going to be released on Valentines Day what better gift could there be for the person in your life who likes the supernatural or the strange? If you pre-order it will be sent to their kindle device on release day. Paperbacks will also be available a few days later.
It was also a ” Free Day” on Amazon yesterday. Thank you to everyone who downloaded their copy of Relative Strangers. For those who didn’t, here is the link : AMAZON
I seem to have some problems with Bitly, the link shortening service I use, and for some reason everything is coming up as Barnes and Noble. You won’t be getting any free kindle books there
If you missed the promotion yesterday, you have another chance to grab your free copy of Relative Strangers before the release of Death in the Family. That chance is tomorrow! That will give you plenty of time to read it before the next book comes out.
In the meantime, here’s an excerpt from Relative Strangers…
Rachel hadn’t felt so good in years. The colours of the world were vibrant and laid out before her like a beautiful carpet, a glorious vibrating kaleidoscope of nature. Birdsong echoed in her ears like a concerto and the golden welcome of the rising sun made the world look like a furnace, molten lava pouring over it all.
She sipped the coffee that she had made. It tasted bitter and she spat it out over the perfectly dressed window sill. She’d made it out of habit. Ferrers had instructed her to appear as ordinary as possible. The routine of everyday existence would eventually help her contain her urges, or rather the singularly dangerous one, the one to kill. So far, it wasn’t working. Perhaps it was time to succumb to the hunger and to all the other suppressed desires now angrily bubbling to the surface.
Her reflection in the window surprised her. She had half expected it to be absent. Her hair looked thick and luxurious; her eyes sparkled and the hazel flecks in her irises danced in the sunlight. It had been years since she’d felt this good, hell, maybe a lifetime, maybe never at all. She felt strong, powerful, and alive. Had she always looked this beautiful, she wondered. Had her new vampire state made her better, or only imbued her with a new found confidence? Either way, she liked it. She could feel every nerve ending in her body, everything performing in precisely the right way, like a well-oiled machine. It was magnificent.