Eleven Days

Eleven days. I should be getting excited now, right?

Oh, don’t get me wrong. I am excited. VERY excited. I’m also keeping myself insanely busy so that I don’t have time to get nervous, or anxious, or obnoxiously promotional about the upcoming release. Yet, at the same time, I wonder if I should be just a tad more on the ‘obnoxiously promotional’ side. Okay, not the big O-word, but I do need to get the word out there so readers know there will be a great new book available on October 16th.
Geez, that’s only eleven days away. I don’t think I’m ready. I doubt I will ever be.

I almost went into a rambling tangent about what I’m doing to keep myself from panicking as the big day draws near. You don’t need to read that stuff. Ah, I suspect I have enough readers out there that are curious about how I torture myself, but that’s a post for another day.

Instead, I’ll do what I should’ve done well before now. I’ll show you the details of this wonderful story. The photo, as you probably have figured out, is the luscious cover art for Fallen. This cover was created by the talented Reese Dante, and that lickable model is… well, my angel, of course. For your enjoyment, Fallen’s blurb is below.


Man has free will, and guardian angels have an eternal place in the holy host.

When unexpected feelings interfere with Malchediel’s guidance of a mortal being, he must decide if his love for one man is true, or the work of the devil. Charged with the soul of handsome but suicidal Bran Weller, Malchediel faces a new challenge: Bran’s steadfast belief that homosexuality is not wrong despite the Church’s view of his lifestyle.

In the course of his angelic duties, Mal is tempted to turn a blind eye to long-standing rules of guardianship as he falls in love with his charge. Torn between faith in God and belief that every man deserves love, Malchediel must find a way to balance heart and soul, or risk a Fall to Hell.


You can pre-order Fallen directly from Silver Publishing HERE. Don’t forget to add Fallen to your GoodReads.com bookshelf by clicking HERE.


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