Whee! Now what do I do with them all?

File Jun 29, 7 06 03 PM

WooHoo! UPS knocked on my door today and looky at what I got…my free author copies (plus some extras I bought at cost) of ’Til Death Do Us Part. I’m so excited I might have to sit back and re-read the thing (for the 100th time) myself!

Not sure what I’m going to do with most of them, and I’m open to suggestions for contest ideas for a few. I do know that one autographed copy will go to the lucky winner of my newsletter sign-up contest. Pssst, you still have one more day to enter!

Tomorrow is the official release day for this trade paperback edition of the book at JMS Books, LLC. You can buy it at 10% off the regular price on their website. The links are live to buy now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and CreateSpace.

If you prefer ebook format you’ll get all the formats (EPUB, MOBI, PDF, & HTML) if you buy direct from JMS. Otherwise it’s available at all the usual distributors.

BONUS IN THE PRINT VERSION > > My short story sequel, From This Day Forward, is included at the back of the hardcopy! It’ll also be available August 6 in ebook format as part of JMS Books’ Summer Lovin’ series. Although the short story continues ’Til Death Do Us Part, picking up shortly after the novel ends, it’s also a complete story that’ll stand alone, with its own HEA.

Also, look for Okay, Then, my very short story contribution to JMS’s Love Is Proud charity anthology (coming July 30th), benefitting the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. Okay, Then revisits the main characters from ’Til Death Do Us Part, and takes place within the timeline of the flashback scenes from that novel, detailing Sam & Henry’s first date/encounter after Sam tells Henry “Okay, then” while they’re together on a research trip in Honiara in the Solomon Islands. (basically it’s an extended scene that can stand alone and has its own HFN.)
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