Today I learned that the release date of my new book, Spiritual Intervention, will be December 15th, 2016. This is book three of my Desert Son paranormal romance trilogy. In my attempt to publish a book in back-to-back years, I began kicking ass to get this third book written, and submitted it quicker than normal, knowing that there was still a window of a couple of months following the the contract to edit. My second book, Wayward Soul, released early in the year (January 7, 2016), so I thought I had a crack at this back-to-back book release goal. Then today I found out my release date was December 15th 2016 and HOLY SHIT, that’s two books in a year! I don’t believe that will be the norm going forward, but releasing another in 2017 might be a tad challenging, but I’m going to try. There will be no more Desert Son series, and I have to dream up another world, but I am excited for the challenge. My publisher is Black Rose Writing, and they believed in me enough to make quick work of this third book of the Desert Son trilogy. Check out all of my books on my website below, and don’t be afraid to pick up a copy.
They can’t shake that menacing spirit. Now it’s got a hold of their son.
They tried to get away, but it follows them wherever they go.
Carter and Brenda thought it was a clean break and a new start. They were dead wrong. They escaped their old life in Boulder and returned to Boston. Signs emerged indicated that this mission failed when their young son, Adam, began to speak. He would say things and act in a way that made Carter and Brenda believe they were not just a family of three.
When seven-year-old Adam is kidnapped in the middle of the night, there is no more denying that the spirit of Martin had reared his very ugly head, again. This story culminates in a showdown that has only one possibility of finding peace in their lives.
They must find a way to move Martin into the afterlife. However, there’s one problem.
Martin has no intension of going.
If you loved Desert Son and Wayward Soul, you will need to discover the ending to Spiritual Intervention, which is the third book of the trilogy.
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“Déjà Vu” is a common intuitive experience that has happened to many of us. This is a French term meaning “already seen.” This feeling of strangeness and familiarity sparks our memory of a place we’ve been, a person we’ve seen, or an act we’ve done. Some believe we can receive a lesson or complete unfinished business as a result of this phenomenon.
Déjà vu experiences have been linked to medical conditions, such as schizophrenia, epilepsy, and anxiety, but psychologists have also come up with theories such as stress and internal hidden conflicts. Others associate it with psychic abilities, prophecy, or past-life experiences.
Two people may share a deep experience in a former earth-life and have a sense of knowing each other, although they’ve never knowingly met. This new incarnation is believed to be the linking of past connections that are still active.
It was this fascinating subject that became my spark behind the Desert Son paranormal romance trilogy. Carter Spence had Déjà Vu the moment he met Brenda in a chance encounter at a gas station. They run into each other, literally, and become inseparable once the spilled coffee has been mopped up. Carter knows there’s a little something extra going on with this girl, but it’s Brenda who knows all about this subject.
Has this ever happened to you? Do you know that eerie feeling? Check my website for samples from my first two books of the Desert Son trilogy, and I’ll be working on getting that third book published.
I had my book signing at Manchester Community College, and it was quite interesting. Not much in the sales department, but productive. When I arrived, the manager told me that an English teacher brought her entire class to the book store to see me…but they were a day early, and didn’t have class yesterday. Talk about a near miss. I spoke to a lot of people and passed out a lot of bookmarks, and I was introduced to the school’s academic director, who plans to contact me about speaking on a panel about writing. The manager had me sign six books that they will be displaying on consignment students and faculty who may have missed the event. The manager then presented me with a “Manchester Community College” sweatshirt and matching water bottle at the conclusion of the event. The biggest hit were the boxes of chocolate chip cookies that the students were swarming over like flies on…