In 2016, I published a reader guide for the first time as a free download. You all loved this resource, based on the number of downloads it had, so it’s been updated for 2019. Just like the last three, this little volume is thick with links. There are links to product pages as well as links to other content on my site that you might have missed—an out-take scene, family trees to download, audio samples, swag, upcoming booksignings. There are also suggestions for reading order, beyond the series order.
I changed the cover again so you’d know which version you have—the red guide is the 2016 edition, the purple guide is the 2017 edition, the gold one is the 2018 edition and the turquoise one is the 2019 edition.
You can download the Reading Guide free at:
• BookFunnel (this is a good option if Amazon doesn’t have it free in your territory.)
There’s a new social media site for romance readers called Book + Main which is free for readers. The idea is that you can browse (or search for) “bites”, which are samples from author’s books. You’ll find everything from meet-cutes to sparkling dialogue to steamy scenes in these bites. You can comment on the bites, bookmark them or share them, and you can click through to buy the book in question on Amazon or iBooks. You can follow specific authors and you can look for new ones—you can search by genre, by trope or by hashtag. I think it will be a fun way to find new authors in your favorite sub-genres.
You can sign up here.
There’s a blog post here by one of the founders of Book + Main on how to use the site.
I like how the site looks and am giving it a try. I haven’t been approved to post bites yet, but you can find me and follow me right here.
I’ve been promising these family trees to you for a long time, and I’ve been working on them. The first few are posted now – Erik, Donovan and Delaney, and Rafferty – and I’ll add more over the next week or so. Right now, there are few links between the various family trees. Eventually, you’ll see them connect in ages past, as I share more of the history of the Pyr in new books.
These are updated as of the most recent book, so some will change with each new release. Also, if you aren’t up to date on the series, there will be spoilers.
They are PDF files which you can open and print. What happens when you click on the link will depend upon your browser and settings – it might download, it might open in Adobe Acrobat, or it might display in a new window or tab on your browser.
Dragonfire Family Trees are right here.
When I first set up this website with the new design, Entertayned asked for a printable bookmark. I thought that was a fabulous idea and had to figure out how to do it, then have a designer make it pretty. Thanks to the wonderful Kim Killion, we now have a printable bookmark – there are two PDFs you can download, one in colour and one in black and white. They’ll print on an 8.5″ by 11 page, then you can fold the sheet in half, or you can just pop the PDF onto your phone.
You can find them both on the page with my Complete Book List.