New Release: The Hunter, A Hunter Circles Novella

The Hunter
A Hunter Circles Novella
BUY LINK: Amazon | Kindle Unlimited

The Hunter is the prequel to the Hunter Circles Series. It takes place a few years before The Hunted (Hunter Circles Series #1), and focuses on the accident that led to Rachel and Ben getting their powers, how Riley ended up in Darkness’ hands, and how Ben found the Fire Circle.

About The Hunter:

I’m Ben Hallen and three months ago, I was struck by lightning.

When I wake up from a coma, I discover I now have the power to control that lightning. My cousin Rachel, who almost died that same day, also developed powers. At first, neither of us is sure what to make of the situation. But as we dig deeper into the origin of these powers, we discover a whole other half of the world, one filled with demons and the Hunters who kill them.

But that’s just the start. Ever since my coma, everything has been different and my powers are the least of my worries. Now my pregnant girlfriend is being stalked by a demon, and I’m starting to wonder if the lightning strike three months ago was more than just an accident…

Grab your copy of The Hunter today: Amazon | Kindle Unlimited!

New Release: The Healer, A Hunter Circles Novella

The Healer
A Hunter Circles Novella

BUY LINK: Amazon | Kindle Unlimited

The Healer is a standalone novella set in the Fire Circle’s territory in the Hunter Circles Series world, a few months after The Power (Hunter Circles Series #5) and before the Deadly Trades Series.

About The Healer:

I’m Bria Howser. A month ago, I thought the weirdest thing to happen to me was my brother Jake disappearing one day, resurfacing only long enough to demand I move to a new town in the middle of nowhere and buy a security system. I had no idea that was just the beginning.

Now, I’m being chased down for magik I didn’t know I had—powerful, rare healing magik that might be at the root of why Jake went missing. And why I’m now being hunted and tormented by quite literal demons.

My only guide in this new world is Daniel, a demon Hunter with a past he keeps as close to his chest as Jake’s reasons for hiding me away. But now I’m starting to wonder if the two aren’t related.

If I don’t uncover what happened to my brother and learn this new magik quick enough to take down the demon at fault, thousands of lives might be on the line. And I’m not a killer. I’m a healer.

It’s time to go to work.

Grab your copy of The Healer today: Amazon | Kindle Unlimited!

 

The Hunter Circles Series — Now Complete!

On June 19th, 2017, I embarked on the first step of my indie publishing journey. That was the day The Hunted, Book One of the Hunter Circles Series, released to Amazon and Kindle Unlimited. Every month for the next three months, the rest of the five-book series released. It was one hell of a ride and I couldn’t be happier or more proud of this first leg of this indie publishing journey! As of September 25th, 2017, the Hunter Circles Series is now complete.

All five books are available on Amazon and for free with Kindle Unlimited.

Though this is the end of the series, it is by no means the end of this world–or these characters. Over the next year, I will keep telling this world’s story, starting with a new trilogy beginning in January. Stay tuned!

BUY LINKS:

Book One: The Hunted – June 19th, 2017

Book Two: The Traitor – July 10th, 2017

Books Three: The Changed – July 31st, 2017

Book Four: The Hero – August 28th, 2017

Book Five: The Power – September 25th, 2017

In a world full of magik and demons, one team of Fire Circle demon Hunters must face their shattered pasts and twisting loyalties in order to save a child from the demonic Empire of Darkness. If they can’t, Darkness’s heir will burn Boston, and all planes of existence, to the ground.

Happy Birthday, GYRE! (And Giveaway!)

GUYS! One year ago today, Gyre was released into the world and my dream of seeing my book published came true. And because of you wonderful, amazing readers, I got to release its sequel and a novella in that same year (Landlocked and Driftwood).

I cannot believe it’s been a full year since Gyre came out! It just doesn’t compute. This past year has been filled with so many incredible experiences, from traveling to Las Vegas to attend the RT Booklovers Convention, to signing my book at Barnes and Noble. And throughout it all, I got to meet other authors and, more importantly, interact with readers.

Thank you so, so much for accompanying me on this ride. It has been INCREDIBLE. And as a way to give back to you, I’ve teamed up with some of my best author friends who also have book birthdays in February to give you one amazing giveaway.

Pat Esden (author of A HOLD ON ME), Courtney Sloan (author of OF SCIONS AND MEN), Suzanne Van Rooyen (author of SCARDUST), and me are giving one lucky winner:

(1) $50 Amazon Giftcard

(1) signed copy EACH of all of our 2016 debut New Adult Speculative Fiction books.

That’s right. One lucky winner will get $50 to Amazon and 4 brand new, signed paperbacks. You can enter this giveaway here:
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Thank you so, so much for helping me make my dream come true. Because of your support, I get to do what I love, which also means I keep being able to give you guys more stories to enjoy. Thank you for this amazing first year, and here’s to many more!

Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017

This year. THIS YEAR. I don’t know if I’ve ever experienced the range of highs and lows that I did in 2016. Despite all the obvious bad things (and boy were there a TON), a lot of good things happened, too.

For instance, my dream came true: I published my first book. And I am so grateful and humbled by the small village of brilliant, talented people that helped bring about that dream.

But 2016 wasn’t just about Gyre. I also read 100 books (at least 60% of which were by indie or small press authors, so woot!), met and connected with a ton of people at RT Convention in Las Vegas, traveled to 3 new states, went on a road trip, and published two of Gyre’s sequels: Landlocked and Driftwood.

Overall, I didn’t hit all the goals I set for 2016. But considering everything 2016 brought, I’m okay with that. This year was full of twists and turns, both in life and relationships, but also this crazy publishing world. In all things, I think my biggest takeaway from 2016 is this: everything you want is on the other side of fear, and that fear and exhilaration often live on opposite sides of an incredibly thin line.

Looking ahead at 2017, I see a whole new world of potential, filled with more writing, more published works, and much more travel.

Here are some of my goals for 2017:

  1. See Riptide (Atlas Link #3) published in August.
  2. Read 50 published or soon-to-be published books.
  3. Write 4 books, 2 novellas, and 2 short stories. (These are the *planned* projects… who knows what’ll actually happen!)
  4. Buy experiences, not things. This is pretty much my motto for 2017. I want to travel more, experience new things, and really live, not just exist. I’ve got a few ideas in mind for this, but I’m going to let things unfold as I go.

What are your goals for 2017? What’s your most anticipated read? I want to know! 🙂