They finally arrived!
This is Here Be Dragons: The Dragonfire Novel Companion in its trade paperback edition. It’s really thick.
Dive deeper in the world of the Dragonfire Novels!
This companion guide to the world of Deborah Cooke’s bestselling Dragonfire series of paranormal romances includes summaries of all fourteen stories, along with comments from Deborah. There’s a glossary and a list of characters, as well as eleven family trees for the Pyr and six interviews with the Pyr. The short story Harmonia’s Kiss is also included in this volume.
Buy ebook at:
• Books2Read Universal Link
Buy trade paperback edition at:
• Barnes & Noble
• Book Depository
Such cute little books! I got copies of Going to the Chapel in print this week, and they’re adorable.
Because this is a novella, these are in a smaller format than the full-length books in the Flatiron Five series. It’s a mass market size (4.25″ by 7″) and the same size I use for the Secret Heart Ink books.
You can buy a signed copy in my online store, right here, and get the ebook free.
These print editions are also available at major retailers:
• Barnes & Noble
The trade paperback edition of Some Guys Have All the Luck is available for sale at Amazon right here.
It will appear at other portals soon. This is the edition published directly through Amazon, which always appears first. The edition from Ingrams – which is identical, except for its source – will be available at all bookstores. I’m also uploading an edition to Nook, which will be available there this week, too.
The ebook will be available at all portals on August 14!
Print copies of Wyvern’s Outlaw arrived on Friday, and they look so awesome!
The print edition of Wyvern’s Outlaw also includes the short story, Celo’s Quest, which is publishing in digital later this month.
These are minibooks, which is a format that is only available at Amazon—except that you can also buy a signed copy directly from me.
Last month, I celebrated the publication of Addicted to Love, by giving away a signed print copy of Simply Irresistible. Simply Irresistible is a contemporary romance and the first book in my Flatiron Five series and Addicted to Love is the second. The winner was Kate.
This month, I’m celebrating the re-publication of the Bride Quest as a single series with brand new covers. The new edition of The Princess will be an August release, The Damsel will be a September release and The Heiress will be an October release. The Countess and The Beauty are already available in their shiny new editions, and The Temptress will be republished this month.
This month’s prize book is a signed print copy of the new edition of The Countess. In this story, Eglantine leaves all she knows in France and moves to a remote holding in Scotland in the hopes of giving her daughters a better future—she doesn’t expect to find one for herself, but then there’s Duncan. 🙂
For your chance to win, comment on this post and tell me if you’ve ever made a big move – to a different city, state or country – and why. Good luck!
Edited to add – the winner for July is Marcelle Cole. I loved her story of watching the sun set over and over again as she moved to Korea. Thanks to everyone who participated – the August giveaway is up!
Now that Kraw’s Secret is done and published, the mini-book print edition of Wyvern’s Warrior – which includes Kraw’s Secret – is also available. It’s almost the same size as the print edition of Wyvern’s Prince – 264 pages as opposed to 268. I love these cute little books!
I just approved the proof this morning, so it’s available now at Createspace. The information is perking through to Amazon and I’d expect the book to be listed as available there by the weekend. I’ve also listed it for sale in my online store if you’d like a signed copy – I won’t have copies for a week or so, but you can order anytime.
One print edition of The Crusader’s Bride is available for pre-order at Amazon now, right here. It’s already nested with the digital edition, too! The pre-order will be only at Amazon US, UK and the European portals – this edition will perk out to other portals (Createspace, B&N, the Book Depository, etc.) after the on sale date.
The other print edition is in the works. I doubt it will be available for pre-order, since the process is slower there, but it should be available at Chapters/Indigo in early August.
With each new book published, there’s more for me to learn – and always another experiment to try. The publication of Firestorm Forever is no different. This time, I thought I’d try approving the print edition for release early. I did that on Tuesday, which made the print edition available for purchase immediately on Createspace. It also sent the information about the book perking through the network to Amazon companies. It’s now available from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.de. At the UK and DE stores, though, the two editions haven’t married up yet.
Strangely enough, the listing on Amazon.ca won’t come from Amazon, but from another distributor (who will create a listing for the book, then make it available on Amazon.ca. I’m not joking.) I’ll send the book into extended distribution on Monday. which will dispatch its information to another network, so it becomes available at B&N, Amazon.ca, the Book Depository and other portals. We’ll see how long that takes.
Remember that if you intend to buy both print and digital editions, and if you intend to shop at Amazon.com, buying the print edition first will allow you to buy the digital edition for just 99 cents, through their Matchbook program. I wish this were possible at all portals, but only Amazon.com offers it.
The print edition of Firestorm Forever is now available for pre-order at Amazon, right here.
Coming May 13…
There’s a pre-order option for the PRINT edition of The Frost Maiden’s Kiss on Amazon this morning. This book is longer, around 110,000 words, and that shows up in the number of pages in the print edition.
It’s right here.
I’m asking but I doubt there will be a pre-order on Amazon for the digital edition. It’ll be available on Amazon on the 26th. The print edition will be available at other portals (like B&N) within a couple of days of the 26th – the Book Depository always takes about 10 days to process the information, so it’ll be a bit later.