I now have my blog moved over to my new host with my settings intact, it seems. There were some problems getting the domain name transferred to the new host,but there were problems on both sides of the transfer, including my domain being locked for no particular reason.
But everything seems to have come back online with good timing, because today marks the release of my fallen angel dark fantasy tale, Saving Gabriel. You can find it for $3.99 on Amazon, Kobo, and on my blog bookstore.
Here is the final blurb:
Gabriel is a fallen guardian angel who assigns himself to hard luck cases despite being banned from heaven. When his current ward, Rosalinda Fernandez, is targeted for a soul harvest by another fallen angel, Gabriel is tasked by the archangels to investigate the real purpose behind the plot. All he has to do is keep his ward safe without falling in love with her. There’s just one small problem: after years of watching Rosalinda grow into a proud young woman, Gabriel is already deeply in love. Even if he can expose the plot surrounding Rosalinda, will Gabriel’s growing relationship with her lead to damnation for both of them?
And here again is the fantastic cover by Elena Helfrecht, who has a lot of great creepy cover art available for horror and dark fantasy stories.
Of all the stories I plan to publish this year, Saving Gabriel is my most accessible work. So while I love all my stories and want folks to read my other stuff, if a first time reader were asking which book I’d recommend, I’d have to point to this one. It’s got great characters, a mystery to solve, and an alternate history of angels and demons and their eroding relationship with the human race.
I’ll close this post out with a request for my beta readers. I need to get word out on this book in the worst way. Honest reviews would help a lot, no matter where you put them. You might post something on your blog, on Goodreads, or on Amazon. You already helped get my book up to the top 20 for paranormal over on Wattpad, and I really appreciate that. If you enjoyed the story and would like to help it succeed, a short review from you could help convince a few more folks to pick up a copy. It would also earn my gratitude, which feels vaguely like warm fuzzy towels just taken from the dryer.
Of course, buying gift copies is better. You could maybe put them on small USB memory keys and then press them upon friends. Then you could really help by saying, “You…must read…this book! It…will…change…your life! (The dramatic pauses are important, and let your victims know that you’re serious, and they had better read this book, or else.)
Okay, I’ll shut up now.