Monday is the release of Hell is Where the Heart is on ebook! On print it's on sale here http://bit.ly/XJx2X9 ebook reviewers welcome!
Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for your free copy to review. This book follows on from Cold Day in Hell, two weeks have passed since Azarial - yes, and Tonk, too just about managed to say goodbye to Stealer brothers Dominic and Lucienne before Rial's Mom, Sariel, whisked them away to who-knows-where, and our heroine became the mentor to a Nightchild, Kalesh. Now, Hell is Where the Heart is has an adult content, so be warned, it may not be to everyone's liking, but it is part of the plot, so the sexual content isn't just gratuitous sex. Having said that, it's still the same Azarial (more or less) and she still has her feather phobia, and her friends are around to lend a helping hand - to a certain extent. And that's where it starts to get complicated...
Many thanks to World Castle Publishing and to my editor, Maxine, who did such a wonderful job with my tenses - & other things, and to Karen who did an equally wonderful job on the cover!
Wolf & Starstone are both FREE to download all weekend (24 & 25th November)
Please follow the links and get your copies, then snuggle up somewhere warm and cosy and have a great weekend!
Starstone - http://tinyurl.com/cha7r6e
Just got the cover for Hell is Where the Heart is! I think it is perfect - take a look and see what you think...
Yep, that's Azarial all right, and as usual, her life is full of ups and downs. But she has Tonk the imp to lend a helping hand, and her Darkworld friends, too. In this next episode of her life she needs all the help she can get.
Wonderfully done by my publisher Karen Fuller of World Castle Publishing, I give her a round of applause!
Good morning, folks!
I've just signed the contract with World Castle Publishing for the sequel to Cold Day in Hell!
The new book will be called - 'Hell is Where the Heart is', and although it's really passé, I am very excited. (It doesn't take a lot to get a writer excited.)
It's taken longer getting to this stage that I thought it would do, but with various upheavals and downfalls it's been a case of 'what doesn't kill you, still really hurts a lot.'
One thing I would like to do is thank everyone who rated, liked and reviewed any of my books. There have been a couple of not-so-good reviews, but they are as welcomed as good ones. They show where I've gone, perhaps not wrong, but astray. As for the 5-star ones, well, over the moon! So, THANK YOU!! There, hope you all got that.
My books - Cold Day in Hell and Wolf - can be purchased from the following:-
Click on the link & scroll down to Denise M Main (e-book & print)
There are other places selling the two books, but the above are readily accessible.
Please feel free to 'like' and/or review the books. Thank you.
STARSTONE has reached #25 in the Kindle Contemporary Fantasy list - so far...
Many, many thanks to everyone who downloaded it!
I am thrilled with the response I've had - and it's only just been released!
More on the Structure Chronicles page...
Or just follow the link Starstone on Amazon.com or
***** Thank you to everyone who downloaded Cold Day in Hell - I made it to #14 in the Amazon.com Contemporary Fantasy free List!! Thank you again! *****
Next bit of news - Starstone will be released very soon, we're aiming for 12/01/12 for the ebook. All will be revealed on the super new World Castle Publishing website (scroll down for the link).
Many thanks to my wonderful editor on that book - Maxine Bringenberg
Just a quick note about a great book I just read - The Collective, by Maxwell Cynn - it was spookilly real! Follow this link to my review and Maxwell's book... http://amzn.to/oDKLnV
My books - Cold Day in Hell and Wolf, have both been published by World Castle Publishing.
Thank you Karen Fuller - World Castle Publishing!
Thank you to Jasmine Denton and Beth Price, two wonderful ladies who edited Cold Day in Hell and Wolf respectively!
Now, and this is very important, I need an agent.
So, if there happens to be one in the area, I'd be very grateful if they'd contact me, thank you!
(Well, you never know, stranger things have happened. I can't actually think of one right at this moment, but I am one hundred percent certain that stranger things have happened, not just once, either.)
Anyone who has read Cold Day in Hell, will know what the Structure is. To anyone who hasn't, the easiest way to describe the Structure is - everything, all around us, the worlds, different realities - all the Creator created.
The parts of the Structure I'm concerned with are a handful of worlds - Anraun, Saybel, Iantii, Lammia, Hell, the Otherside aka Earth, Carnate, Celan and a couple of others.
Saybel is the Darkworld, where the Nightlords and Stealers of souls come from, Anraun is where the great Academy at Thesa is, Iantii is the homeworld of Astalin and Aleah, identical twins. The rest...well, you'll have to read the books...