Hot off the press!
This is where it starts to get real, people. You’re looking at a box full of advance reading copies of A Kiss Before Doomsday.
That means, for the first time ever, the truth is out about Greyson. And Hellbringer. And the end of the world.
And what about Dru’s magic crystal shop, the Crystal Connection, which was utterly demolished in a battle against the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse? How will she fight the forces of darkness without her crystals, magic books, and assorted tools of the trade?
And what about her sassy, outspoken, highly inappropriate friends, Opal and Rane? What will happen to them?
It’s all in there.
Plus, there are tons of little Easter eggs for those super-fans who read closely. All of those little details are present.
Did you notice the red glowing tire tracks? Words can’t express how much I love this new cover.
So, this year I did something I’ve never done before. I wrote a sequel.
It was weird, because for the first time, I found myself writing a book with pre-established characters, relationships, settings, etc. Dru’s magic universe (or the “Druniverse” as I like to call it) was already firmly laid out in the first book.
If a story fact made things more complicated, it’s not like I could just change it. I had to work it out. For example, Opal doesn’t have magical powers, but now she’s caught in the midst of these epic magical struggles. What does that mean for her as a person? What does that mean for her friends?