The Crusader’s Handfast: Part Six Today!

The Crusader's Handfast: Part Six by Claire DelacroixToday’s the day!

The final installment of Duncan and Radegunde’s story is available at all online portals. This is the big finish, and I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.

Part Six – June 21, 2016

In this final episode, Radegunde and Duncan uncloak the villain who threatens the future of Châmont-sur-Maine. Duncan returns to the north of Scotland to confront his father and set the ghosts of the past to rest—only to receive an offer that could give him and Radegunde a secure future. Can he succeed and return to Radegunde before their year and a day are complete?

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April Already

On one hand, the winter seemed endless this year. On the other, I’m amazed that April is here already. Our snow is almost gone and the snowdrops are coming up, along with the first sign of the spring bulbs. I’m ready to get out into the garden and get mucky.

Firestorm Forever, A Dragonfire Novel and paranormal romance by Deborah CookeFirestorm Forever is right on schedule. I’m still working my way through the edits, but these are making the book much stronger. My editor (as always) asked a lot of good questions! It will have one more round of editing after I’m finished this part, which will be faster, then it’ll be uploaded for the on sale date of May 13. The book is currently 190,000 words long, which is twice the length of my other Dragonfire novels, and there are still a few scenes to be added. It’s a big book.

You can download the first chapter free from my online store—the MOBI version is here and the EPUB version is here.

Some of you have asked about the book’s availability at other portals, particularly B&N Nook. Firestorm Forever isn’t available for pre-order there, but will be on sale for Nook on May 13. You can pre-order it at Amazon, Kobo and iBooks at a discounted price. The price will increase after the book is available. You can also pre-order the print edition on Amazon only. After May 13, the print edition will be available at other portals, too. The listing will just take a few days to perk through the various systems and appear on those websites—the Book Depository seems to take the longest, and my print books are usually available for order there within 10 days of publication.

I have something new to show you, but will give my newsletter subscribers first peek. My April newsletter will go out in about two weeks. Have you signed up yet?