From today until March 13 at midnight, Smashwords are holding a ginormous sale to encourage reading. Which is fantastic! Check out their site and fill your e-reader up!
For the first time since its release, Wicked Sunshine my romantic comedy novel is enlisted in the sale at 50% off. Half price. Instead of $4 get it for $2. All you have to do is follow this link, add Wicked Sunshine to your basket, and make sure you input the code RAE50 when you go through checkout for your discount.
Nature’s Destiny and Alpha Wanted:Part 1 are both FREE too!
Bargains, bargains everywhere!
P.S. I’m working hard behind the scenes. Stay tuned for some announcements soon – keep up to date with me on facebook and Instagram. Pretty pictures are coming. . .
With the countdown to Christmas just days away, I wanted to share a gift with you all. Nature’s Destiny is FREE on all eBook platforms for a short time over the festive period, so grab it while you can!
Happy Holidays, Everybody!
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My life was changing, morphing into something greater than I could have anticipated. I was becoming something I didn’t recognise as myself anymore. A Werewolf.
I was different.
‘Hybrid’ was what they called me, and the weight that rested against that one word was crippling. They depended on me to bring them safety. What made me so special?
Oh, that’s right. My destiny.
I was sucked into a world I’d had no idea existed. Twenty-one years as a human, and this was what I found out.
My travelling plans, my writing degree, all of it was gone within one night. One evil night that robbed my humanity.
I wasn’t completely sour. Life had been unfair a while ago, only now I’d had something worth fighting for besides myself. Something to live for.
I was afraid for the others. I couldn’t let them down. I wouldn’t let them down.
I’d gone to bed a human and woken up a Werewolf.
A special Werewolf.
Happy Sunday, Everybody!
Today, I have an exciting proposal to make that I hope sounds just as fun for you as it is for me. I’ve been wanting to try something different other than blogging for a while now, and I think I’ve decided on an idea. I absolutely love blogging and there’s no way I’ll be stopping anytime soon. But wouldn’t it be cool if I came to you on another awesome platform, too?
What is this awesome idea I have rattling around my mind? Well, I’ll tell you . . .
YouTube Videos, otherwise known as Vlogging.
And because you guys are the whole reason I’m doing this, the first video is basically a Q&A with me. You can ask me anything about the books or even what’s to come in the series/new ideas, my writing, me. ANYTHING. All you have to do is e-mail (email@example.com) your question, leave a comment on this post or ask me on twitter/facebook, and I’ll make sure to include it in the video.
I’m so excited about this new venture that I’m offering up a giveaway, too. Everyone that asks a question will have their name entered to win an eBook copy of Nature’s Destiny and Sapphire’s Divinity through Smashwords (you can choose which format you prefer then). Phew! I’ll announce the winner on the vlog.
The video will be posted in the next couple of weeks, so until then I hope you have a great week!
I slammed my fists down on the bed and shoved the laptop aside. I’d had enough. One problem fixed, another showed up. I couldn’t win, and I had no idea what it was I was doing, or how to rectify a problem without causing another. Again.
I wasn’t a technology genius. I got by with the limited information I had, and that was usually enough.
Not today, not yesterday.
Yet, in my frustration at my laughable attempts at formatting, I couldn’t help but think of the many that had already gone through the same issues as me but had still managed to upload and convert a decent document.
What was wrong with me?
I researched, watched videos, read guides, and even that wasn’t enough. I still had issues.
I wasn’t the type to be beat, and often in my stubborn, control-freak ways I always came out on top. I always found a way, the whole ‘if you don’t succeed try again’ mantra would always play in my mind.
I always craved for knowledge, to be better at something new. I wished I understood the technical jargon, and the ninja skills required to handle a ‘simple’ ebook conversion.
My flicker of hope dwindled.
I was desperate.
What was I supposed to do now?