Sorry, everybody – no chapter of Moonlight this week. I’ve been working on Magebound last week and this week, which I should have been writing Moonlight, I got hit by spring allergies really bad, and my head’s been too foggy to make much sense.
Thanks for your understanding and I’ll try to have a good, long chapter for you in two weeks.
Hey, everybody! Good news. Long Winter’s End is available for purchase through Smashwords and Amazon for just $0.99! It’s just a re-release, exactly the same as the version published through Shadowfire Press, so if you’ve already read it, you don’t need to get it again. ^_^ If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend this one. It’s one of my very favorites.
Long Winter’s End by Katica Locke
Genre: Erotic Fantasy
Warnings: GLBT m/m
Length: 12,700 words
Can Myrran redeem his people and bring an end to a year-long winter?
When Myrran’s tribe arrived in the beautiful valley, it was a veritable land of plenty, until winter came and refused to leave. Desperate for spring to return, they leave an offering upon the ancient stone altar deep in the woods, a sacrifice to appease the spirits. Myrran, not at all happy to be left in the woods to die, is shocked to meet Ilevet, a giant talking rabbit and the true spirit of the valley.
Ilevet is not the vengeful demon Myrran’s tribe imagined him to be, nor is the winter his fault. After speaking with the spirit, Myrran sympathizes with the lonely being and sets out to redeem his people for their ignorant mistakes.
After an unspeakable act of betrayal, Myrran alone holds the key to ending the long winter and saving all their souls.
Author’s Note: Happy Monday everyone! Here’s the newest chapter of Moonlight.
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Author’s Note: Happy Monday everyone! Here’s the newest chapter of Moonlight. It’s a little longer than the previous few, but not long enough to make up for skipping last week. My only excuse is that my life is just really busy right now. I’ve been doing a lot of house/pet sitting, and I was given an added responsibility at work, which mean extra hours for a while, which is great, but it keeps me really busy.
I’ve got Spring Break coming up, but again, I’m house-sitting, so who knows how much writing time I’ll have, but I’ll try to keep to the schedule, even if they are short chapters. I’m also working on prepping Magebound for re-publishing, and I’m thinking about re-pubbing Long Winter’s End for a spring/Easter release, probably around the first of April.
Anyway, enjoy the new chapter, and I apologize for my absence.
Moonlight Ch. 40
Author’s Note: Happy Monday everyone! Here’s the newest chapter of Moonlight. I’ll be doing some house-sitting next week, so hopefully I can find time to get a lot of writing done. ^_^
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Hey everybody! I hope you’re all surviving the crazy winter weather out there (except for my readers in the southern hemisphere, where it’s summer, lol). We had one wild weekend. First, school was let out early on Thursday, and cancelled on Friday, because of snow. A lot of snow, for our area, almost nine inches. Then, on Friday night and Saturday, we got freezing rain that built up on all the trees and power lines, almost 3/4 of an inch of ice. It broke branches out of hundreds of trees in my town. Saturday morning, I stood outside in the light rain and listened to branches breaking off trees all over my neighborhood. It was eerie and very scary. But I’m okay and I got some nice pictures of our trees covered in ice. ^_^
Still working on Moonlight and playing around with some other ideas. Stay warm and I’ll see you next week for another chapter of Moonlight.
Author’s Note: Happy Monday everyone! Here’s the newest chapter of Moonlight. Looks like short chapters are going to be the norm for a while, at least until I can find a block of free time to do some marathon writing. Maybe over Spring Break. Anyway, enjoy! ^_^
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