Friday, May 20, 2016

Favorite Quote Friday #105

Happy Friday!  For a while there, I thought I wasn’t going to be able to write this post.  It’s been storming again here, and the power keeps going out.  :-)

Look what came in the mail this week!  My new swag—bookmarks, trading cards, and postcards.  Here's a peek:

I’m glad I wasn’t able to get to the post office this week, because my latest Facebook contest winners will be the first to receive the new stuff.  Woohoo!!

I’ll be giving away more swag this weekend over on My Facebook Page.  I'll launch the contest today, and hope you'll join the fun!  :-)

Just another reminder for BLOGGERS:  Sign-ups for my Phantom Embrace Blog Tour will close soon.  The tour will include a tour-wide giveaway with 3 Prizes, Q and As, Author Posts, excerpts, and more.  If you’d like to join the fun, you can Sign Up Here.

“Duvall's hauntingly beautiful novella, set in the world of the Immortal Guardians, portrays the deep love between two people who can never touch, with a wonderfully unexpected ending.”
— Publishers Weekly
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It’s time once more for Favorite Quote Friday!  Since my news this week is all Phantom Embrace related . . . and since it's getting closer and closer to the June 28th release date . . . I thought I would give you a quote from it today.  This scene features Yuri (the hero) and a fellow Immortal Guardian, Marcus (the hero of Night Reigns).
Marcus headed for the door and gripped the knob, but didn’t turn it. A minute passed, during which he seemed to debate over whether or not he wanted to say something more. “I understand, you know,” he murmured and looked at Yuri over his shoulder. 
Yuri frowned. “Understand what?” His concern for Cat? 
“The position you’re in. I can empathize,” the elder immortal said. “I loved a woman I couldn’t have for eight hundred years before I met Ami.” 
Yuri had almost forgotten Marcus’s peculiar history. 
“At least the woman you love can love you back.” 
 Have a wonderful weekend!


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