Wednesday, April 27, 2016

No Post Today, But Here's a Treat!

There's no Writing Wednesday today because I'm on a roll to finish my edits for HEARTSTRIKERS THREEEEEE!

Yes, No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished is very nearly done! I'm hoping to wrap it up early next week for a publication date sometime in August. Until then, Casa de Aaron/Bach is dragons all day, every day. Until then (if you haven't already), please enjoy my very clever husband's amazing and epic post on How to Craft Your Author Brand he put up on Monday.

Again, I apologize for the slacker non-post, but I promise you it'll be worth it! To make it up to you, though, here's a bit of art I just got from my amazing cover artist Anna Steinbauer of a certain growly dragon...

Click to see in full, glorious resolution!

We all know who this is, right? ^__^ Oh yeah, no one's getting out of this unscarred. I hope you're all ready to comfort poor Julius. Kid has it rough this book! (Evil author cackling)

I'll do the full cover reveal when I have an actual release date for the book other than "sometime in August." But it shouldn't be long!

If you want to be the very first to see it, though, sign up for my New Release mailing list. They get alllllll the good stuff first (and no spam ever).

That's it for now 'cause I've got a book to finish! Again, if you're at all interested in book publishing/selling, check out Trav's marketing post. It is the jam. Seriously, he's been throwing himself hardcore into the business side of publishing so I can focus on writing for a year now. Dude knows his shit. He put stuff in here that I hadn't even thought about. Can't recommend enough!

See you all next week. Until then, keep writing and reading and generally being awesome!

❤ R


Kessie said...

So excited! Can't wait to read it!!

Sabreur said...

Very excited for this book! This might make me a horrible person, but I have to admit that seeing Julius suffer is pretty entertaining. I like him and hope he overcomes whatever gets thrown at him, but he's just a fun character to see in a crisis.