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Xavier Cassidy, Xav, from A New Dawn by Syneca Featherstone.
If you only knew how much work this woman did to make this perfection… I’m in awe of her talent.
Eostre/Essie from A New Dawn. Art by Syneca Featherstone.
Syneca’s incredible art makes me love Essie so much more. Isn’t she gorgeous?
If you follow my twitter, @sosayethallie, or Emphemerallie over there on the sidebar, you’ll see the occasional tag #bookrace2014. It’s pretty much what it says on the tin. A couple of people (and you’re welcome to join us!) are “competing” in a friendly reading Olympics. Scare quotes there, because, seriously, who can possibly lose if they’re reading? More to the point, how can anyone lose if more people are reading more books?
So, we decided to share what we were reading on Twitter and keep a count, just for fun, and occasional omgyouhavetoreadthises. Hush, that’s totallie a word. 😉 Since I just started Anecdotallie, I’ll skip the mass flood of posts on what I’ve read already, but here’s the list so far: Read On
My first book, A New Dawn, a het paranormal Easter story for Loose Id’s Eostre’s Baskets collection, comes out April 15 from Loose Id. I’m completely excited about it. Ridiculously nervous. Head over heels in love with my cover, my characters, my collection co-authors, so bear with me while I say ALL the things related to it. I promise, I’ve got other stuff to talk about. Eventuallie. 😉
A New Dawn
(cover by Syneca Featherstone (who is so fantastic I could die))
Amnesiac Essie Sundae has no idea that her psychically-inspired Easter baskets have antagonized treacherous supernatural entities. Or that her new lover is anything other than the identity-challenged shape-shifter he claims to be. To Essie, he’s the answer to her loneliness and, if she dares to trust him, possible help in filling in her blanks in her memory. Read On