I’m very happy to showcase this short book trailer for my July 1 release from Harlequin Nocturne. I went with black and white for that dark and dangerous feel and think the images and the music really nailed it. Let me know what you think and enjoy!!
Congratulations to the three winners of last week’s contest. Two winners were from the UK and one from Canada. I had over 1000 entries.
This week’s contest is all USA and I have SIX copies to give away.
This is to win a copy of my latest Paranormal at GoodReads. The contest ends on June 23. This paranormal romance won’t be in stores until September 1. This is a giveaway of the US edition usually available to Harlequin Direct customers only and I just have three (6) copies.
This will be my last contest until August….GOOD LUCK!!
Just in case you don’t win, the eBook version is available July 1.
Available in eBook now:
Available in September in print:
Harlequin Bundle – BOTH The Vampire’s Wolf and The Resurrections – Available September 2014
Good luck and please share the link to this contest!
Thank you very much!
I am so in love with this new cover. My watchful couple, the tilted angle, the barbed wire and that huge moon! They all relay the tension and drama of this story. The book trailer is up on my website at www.jennakernan.com. Just click on the cover image for this story and you’ll see the back cover, the book trailer and also a really neat Story Behind the Story, which includes some behind the scenes information on my research for this work.
This title is available for pre-order now!
Publishing is made up of long stretches of quiet broken with brief intervals of frenzy. This week is one of the frenzy ones. I have been calmly working on my next Western historical proposal and feeling happy with the progress as my February 1 deadline inches closer.
Then I somehow got caught in the crossfires by two editors both sending urgent requests for various important things that have deadlines that are not inching but running straight at me like a charging bear. Suddenly my proposal schedule looks impossible because of all these budger projects jumping the line.
I’ve been three days at the questions for the editor and will finish today, then turn to the revisions, the cover arts sheet and then back to my proposal. One by one, I’ll press send and deliver the next much needed electronic file.
But despite the flurry inside my office, the heating pad warms my feet and the hot coffee fills the air with a comforting aroma. Outside, the birds dart to and from my feeder and the sun casts long shadows through the trees. Inexplicably, I feel an irrational belief that all will all get done before the deadlines.
Care to lay down any bets?