I can’t believe a week has passed since Carrion was set free, and allowed to soar… Well, ‘soar’ might be pushing it a bit. Still, it’s a bit like Christmas, isn’t it? You have the long run up to it, and then, voom! – it’s gone. Now it’s almost back to business as usual. Plus there’s the next book to write. I don’t want the gap between books to be anything like so long this time.
In the wake of the launch, Sue Vincent at her Daily Echo blog allowed me a guest post and I used it to explain the origins of the book and how it had transformed over the years. And also why there’s an unusual dedication. You’ll probably be pleased to know there’s no skull involved, but click on it anyway to find out more.
“You’ll die for that!” one of the guards yelled. He raised his sword, ready to charge. Behind him, the others were preparing to do the same.
“Are you sure that’s a good idea?”
He probably saw the doubt in their eyes before they registered it themselves. It wasn’t enough to feed off yet. But it would be when it turned to fear.
“Have I introduced you to my friends?” He didn’t wait for an answer. The wings were beating before he’d finished speaking.
Some temptations are worth giving in to.
All you need to do is click on the Kindle.
You know you want to…