Just a reminder if you haven't seen it on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, or Amazon... Beacon is on sale this weekend only for $0.99. On Monday, the price will go up to $1.99 and then it's back to its regular price of $2.99 on Wednesday (for the Kindle edition only).
In other news, it's a quiet weekend here in Newark, Ohio. I'll be balls to the wall trying to finish Catalyst, the sequel to Beacon so I can get it edited and published before November. Of course, I'm a lady so I don't have balls. I have cats instead. Yarn balls will be thrown at the wall to distract them so I can get my writing done... or else they tend to lie on my keyboard, making it very difficult to type.
Here's the Amazon link in case you need it:
There's also a Goodreads giveaway going on for an autographed copy of the last "Cross" cover editions. That ends on June 30 - don't miss out. :)
Happy summer, wear sunscreen, and go read books (anyone's, not just mine),
November Ellison's new book, Beacon, is a fresh take on the vampire genre by explaining vampires as electromagnetic entities. The book is critically acclaimed for the high-concept interpretation of the vampire romance category, driven by an incredibly complex and intriguing Christian female protagonist.