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My post: The sexy life of an author.
My twelfth book published today! Everybody, I'd like you to meet Super Bad, Super Villain Academy book 3. Super Bad is the final book in the series, which is exciting to me. I love being able to give readers a conclusion. Tie up loose ends and what-not.
The world is in chaos. Violence and thievery reign. And with the supers still balanced, it’s only getting worse. Without good versus evil, the supers care less and less. In order to restore purpose, the world needs its super heroes and its super villains, but the one who balanced them in the first place is missing.
Sandra’s concern over finding her brother, Jeff, isn’t her only problem. Her pathetic excuse for super powers has left her needing a new ankle. And though she’s still very much committed to her boyfriend, Source, she’s growing unreasonably attracted to Set, the boy who double crossed Jeff by stealing his girlfriend.
When Sandra is taken and held as bait by some kids who want to unbalance the super world, it becomes the inciting event that changes things for supers everywhere and forces them to answer the question, “Hero or villain?”
Here are some of the places you can pick up a print or electronic copy:
Amazon| Barnes & Noble| Whiskey Creek Press
Twelve books is exciting. There is even a word for it. A dozen. When people say, "Oh, you're an author. Have anything published?" I can say, "Yep. I've published a dozen titles." How cool is that?
But that's not the sexy part. What is, you ask? Well, guess how I get to spend my day? The day my twelfth title is published.
Yep. I got a part-time job. In the less than two weeks I've worked there. I've worked on my 50th birthday, now on my release day, and I'm scheduled on my daughter's birthday. What are the odds I'll have to work on Mother's Day? I'm pretty much counting on it. Oh the irony. Maybe I should have planned this better and started after all these milestone events to ease myself into it.
What "glamorous" ways have you celebrated writing milestones?