Pre-Order Interception Today!
So it’s almost time! Interception, the last book in The Distraction Series comes out next month: December 13 🙂 Ahh! I’m so excited to share Tristan and Elle’s conclusion with you all. The journey has been an emotional one, and I still can’t believe I’m saying goodbye to these characters. It is so surreal!
*To Pre-Order your copy of Interception, simply click on any teaser or the Pre-Order buton right above here.*
Oh! I’m planning my very first FB release party!!! I’ve asked a few friends to help me celebrate, but I haven’t committed 100% yet. I promise to send out an invitation by next weekend if I’m able to get Interception’s Release Party in order. Until then, stay tuned! I’ll post on all social media platforms.
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What am I working on next?
Now that I’ve finished The Distraction Series, I’m on to tie-up my first series: The Fated. I think, in part, it’s taken me so long to complete this trilogy because it was the first story I wrote, and seeing the characters go will be difficult. But it’s time!
So, the third, and final book in my Young Adult Greek Mythology Series, Hope’s Defeat is my top priority. Since book two, Hope’s Deceit ended with a dark twist, I’ve been asked what will happen between Blain and Trinity. I can’t reveal much, but know that I firmly believe in HEA. Promise!
On a side note, I’ve drafted another Paranormal book! My friend Amanda has hounded me to write an angel book, so I’m giving it a go! This book will be New Adult Romance! I have two titles I’m considering: Crimson or Collective Souls, but those could change at any time. I’ll be sure to post more as the story develops. 🙂
Born and currently residing in Texas, Angela shuffles three active children (not including her husband) all over the place. She works in a busy pediatric doctor’s office as a nurse during the day and writes at night. Addicted to coffee and chocolate, Angela laughs a lot, often at herself and is willing to try anything once. When Angela isn’t rushing kids around, working or writing, she’s reading. Other than life experience, Angela turns to a wide variety of music to help spark her creative juices. She loves to dance and sing though her kids often beg her not to.