Friday, June 3, 2016

Favorite Quote Friday #107

Happy Friday!  I can't believe it's June already!  The summer is already flying by far too quickly.  :-)

Yesterday was my Indie Anniversary.  :-)  One year ago on June 2nd, I released my first self-published novel—A Sorceress of His Own, The Gifted Ones Book 1—becoming both an author and a publisher.  And I'm so glad I did!   Many of you have probably seen me say I consider A Sorceress of His Own the book that started it all for me, because it inspired me to write my Immortal Guardians series.   So it was such a thrill to finally hold a copy (and such a pretty copy, too) in my hands.  I will be indie publishing all of my novels from this point on.  Very exciting!!  Thank you so much for supporting me while I've taken this big step! You're the best!!!

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Tantor Audio, which produces all of my audiobooks, is celebrating Audiobook Month in June with a big sale:  $6.99 Audio Downloads, $3.99 Bargain Bin CDs, and 50% off MP3-CDs.  If you'd like to stock up, now's the time to do it.  You can find my audiobooks HERE.  If you've never listened to an audiobook before, you can listen to a brief sample on each audiobook's page.  :-)

“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!  Only three and a half weeks to go until the release of Phantom Embrace, Cat and Yuri's story.  So I thought today I would give you a narrative quote from it.  
At last, he felt like he was living, not just going through the motions. And it felt good. 
He felt good. He felt young again. 
And Yuri suspected—hoped—Cat felt the same way. 
If the centuries had seemed to pass slowly for Yuri, what the hell had it been like for Cat? At least Yuri had had his Seconds, Stanislav, and fellow immortals to take the edge off his loneliness. Hobbies to occupy his hands. Books to occupy his mind. Cat had had nothing. No books . . . and she so loved to read. No one to talk to. No one to even acknowledge her presence. 
It broke his heart to think of it. So he made her laugh whenever he could and delighted in every smile he coaxed forth.
Have a wonderful weekend!


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