Sunday, March 31, 2013

Book Launch!

Finally, Without A Voice is on the (virtual) shelves. It's a good thing Amazon and Smashwords allow for more than one category. Without A Voice is suspense/religious/contemporary and I had to decide whether to make religious or suspense the focus. I don't want my readers to get into the book and be surprised by what they're reading (even though the suspense part is primary) so I went with religious suspense.

It just feels strange to be here, having a book published. I've worked toward this for most of my life, but once again it was a matter of choice--move forward, or stay stagnant. I chose to move forward. So now the world has Without A Voice, the story of a young woman whose past has caught up with her.

Book Trailer

Don’t put yourself on the grid. No credit cards, new name, new city. Few friends, no family. Connections of any kind are a risk.

Five years ago Mae left Justin in Orlando. Never again will she cower, wondering who he'll hurt next. She's done letting him punish her.

Now she has real friends, people she cares about, a life worth living. After years of relative peace she's gotten complacent, relaxed her guard. Somehow, he's found her.

There’s nowhere you can go.

Mae can no longer cling to her safe obscurity if she's going to survive.

Once she could have run and been certain Justin would leave those she loved alone. But he's changed. Justin is the whisper in the dark, a shadow on the street, the phantom no one sees.

You are mine. I will never stop.

Amazon (for Kindle)
Smashwords (for everything else)

**I'm afraid that as of today the book is not yet up on Barnes & Noble, although it is up on Kobo and has been sent to Sony, Apple, Diesel and Page Foundry. I thought submitting the book a week in advance would be sufficient. Live and learn. Also please note that The Storyteller has two versions up on Amazon--the plagiarized version is still up. If you want a copy of this and you use a Kindle, please let me know in the comments and I'll send a free copy.

***Help me spread the word!


  1. Congrats and best of luck! Enjoy the moment. I already added it to my TBR list.

  2. Good luck. I'm proud of you for putting yourself and your books out there even if it did get stolen. (Stupid person who did that, may they rot in heck!) I hope you can get that worked out and have much success!