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Reviews for Death of Darkness continue to roll in. Once more, I want to thank those of you who have taken the time to post one. I appreciate it so much and am always happy to see another reader has enjoyed one my books.
It took me several years to land my first publishing contract. I'm not sure some readers understand all of the elements that have to come together just perfectly for a writer to manage to score a coveted contract. (I'm reminded of one of my characters mentioning the moon and the stars aligning just right...) And while I was writing, querying agents and editors, and tweaking synopses, my goal was always simply to be able to earn a living doing something I genuinely enjoy. (I really do LOVE to write.) I was so focused on that and on not letting the rejection letters dissuade me that I didn't have a chance to think about how amazing it would feel to get my first 5-star review, or my first email from a reader who loved my book, or my first message from someone who was going through a rough time and thanked me for the distraction this or that book provided. And it truly does feel amazing.
Whether I've had a good day, a bad day, or a super stressful day, popping over to Amazon or Audible and finding a great review posted by someone who enjoyed one of my books makes me feel like I've won the lottery every time. So when I say I appreciate it, I really do mean it. Thank you so much.
Here are some more fabulous reviews Death of Darkness received on Amazon:
“I gave this 5 stars because I can't see how to give it 6. … This is one of my favorite series ever and I highly recommend it.
— Honey Reviews
“Can't say enough about a book that keeps you interested enough you don't want to stop reading. A book that can make you cry one minute and laugh the next. Exceptional!”
— Lorena McCarroll
“This is the best book so far in this series and that is saying something! Run don't walk to get your copy of this fabulous book.”
— diane reinheimer
“All I can say is mind blown!! I’ve absolutely loved everything you’ve written but you outdid yourself with Seth.”
“I loved this book! Nothing to dislike at all. … Could not put it down!”
— Janice Jones
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Immortal Guardians Book 9
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Narrated by Kirsten Potter
It's time once more for Favorite Quote Friday! Today I thought I would share a quote from Death of Darkness that features Seth (the hero) and David (his second-in-command):
David waited near the front door, his eyes bright with… mirth?
Seth glanced toward the dining room, surprised to find it empty and the table cleared. “Where is everyone?”
“I sent them away.”
“Let me guess. Zach and Jared were squabbling again.” He looked around. “At least they didn’t break anything this time.” The furniture appeared remarkably unscathed. In fact… “Is it me, or is it neater in here than when I arrived?”
David nodded. “Zach and Roland tidied up a bit.”
Those two? Really? “Why?”
“Someone is coming.”
Seth heard the approach of an automobile but felt no alarm. David wouldn’t be so relaxed if danger lurked outside. “Who is it?” If it was Chris Reordon bringing them bad news, he didn’t want to know, so he refrained from reading the driver’s thoughts.
David’s lips stretched in a smile. “You have a caller.”
Seth stopped short. He must not have heard him right. “What?”
“You have a caller.”
Certain he was still misunderstanding, Seth reached into his back pocket and drew out his cell phone to check messages.
David chuckled. “Not a call. A caller. Leah is here.”
Seth’s heartbeat picked up, something he wished he could hide. “Leah from Little Gifts?”
His heartbeat quickened even more. “Why is she here?” She sure as hell wasn’t there to call on him as David had suggested.
“To see you.”
After living for thousands of years, very little surprised Seth. But that completely flabbergasted him.
Looks like we're having some wild weather again here in the United States. I hope those who are facing record snowfalls will stay warm and those battling record high temperatures will stay cool.
Have a wonderful weekend!