Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Sharron McClellan and Jody Wallace: Come On Down!

Two of my friends and crit partners have books out or about to come out, and due to the chips in my head I'm required to post about them. No. Not because of the chips. Because they're wonderful books and wonderful authors and you have to buy them or I will be terminated...

All kidding aside (since when, you ask), Jody and Sharron are fabulous writers who knock my socks off every time I read their stuff. And I read a lot of their stuff so my socks are flying all over the place.

Jody's latest release from Samhain is Survival of the Fairest. It's fun, funny, sexy and quite the ride. Chock-full of interesting critters, human and otherwise. Here's a blatant rip-off from her site:

SURVIVAL OF THE FAIREST -- Paranormal Romance by Jody Wallace

Talista has been sent, like all young fairies, to a remote area in humanspace to survive two weeks without magic. But Tali’s got different ideas. What better place than Vegas to learn to live like humans, a true test of survival?

Jake always knew he was different, even before he learned about his flair for hypnotism. He has no trouble mesmerizing the luscious Tali during his magic show, but the lights that appear around them aren’t part of the pyrotechnics.

Can he accept the truth? And will that truth bring them closer—or tear the fairy realm apart?

Tali isn't your typical fairy princess. Not by a long shot. And the blurb fails to mention the gnomes. They aren't typical either. You can get the word right from them here. Go down to the Wednesday July 30 video post. Be sure you don't have any liquids near when you watch. Then go buy the book.

Sharron's book, coming out in September, is face-paced and action-packed. Another blatant rip-off, this time from *her* site:

Mercenary's Honor September 2008

Fiona Macmillan has incriminating pictures of the Columbian head of Security executing a rebel leader. On the run with the police force searching for her, she turns to Angel Castillo, ex Mercenary, to get her out of the country before she winds up dead in a ditch.

Unfortunately, Angel doesn't think much of reporters but more important than his distaste for Fiona's profession is a dying man's request that he help her.

Angel and Fiona are in heaps of trouble from the get-go and it's non-stop action and romance (of course) from the first page to the last.

Go order and pre-order your copies now. You'll enjoy having your socks strewn about, trust me.



At 3:32 PM, Blogger Sharron said...

I love it when ya pimp my books. Thanks--you're the best! :D

At 6:11 AM, Blogger Writer and Cat said...

The problem with socks strewn about my house is the stupid cat thinks they're prey (but only after bedtime) and drags them all over the house while yowling at the top of his little feline lungs. Creeeeeepy.



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