Friday the 13th, A Full Moon, and Starbucks


Fates copyToday is Friday the 13th. It’s also coincidentally a full moon. The next full moon on a Friday the 13th won’t take place until 2049.

In honor of such an auspicious day, one filled with goblins, witches, vampires, and ghosts, I thought I’d take a few minutes to talk bout my paranormal romance novels.

It’s been all In His Silks all the time around here lately. (In case you’ve been living under a rock…at least where this blog is concerned, I should remind you that In His Silks is now available on all of the major ebook retailers.)

But while I hope you’ll go buy In His Silks, I also have four other books out that could use some love. You can pick up By the Fates, Freed on all of the major retailers right now. I recently re-released the book with a fresh edit and an all new epilogue. If you like that book, I’d also like to suggest you check out Destined. It’s only $1.99 and is one of my favorite stories.

Oh, who am I kidding? They are all my favorites.

TalesoftheSiren_Cover2You might be wondering where Starbucks comes in. Well, I recently had the good fortune of editing a book all about Starbucks. If you’ve read any of my books, you’ll know that all of them feature coffee somehow (or a coffee-type beverage…it’s kahve in the By the Fates series). I love my coffee. LOVE. I’m not functional without it.

Melody Overton’s book, Tales of the Siren: A StarbucksMelody, is a sometimes humorous, always honest, and frequently poignant look at Starbucks as a company, and many of its executives and partners (what Starbucks calls its employees).

For the next three days, Tales of the Siren is just $0.99. That’s A LOT less than a cup of coffee. You should pick up Melody’s book today.  And mine. How about both? Don’t you need some reading for the weekend? Curl up with a dark, romantic, and thrilling tale of witches and devils and enjoy your coffee every morning reading about Howard Schultz, Cliff Burrows, and Starbucks.



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