The Servants and the Beast is officially released into the world for readers to enjoy. And we had a fabulous Release Party to celebrate. So many of our friends and family came to support us and hear about how 5 friends came together to collaborate on our little story to make it into a physical, and electronic, book.
We took over the local Round Table Pizza restaurant where our writing group, Stonehenge, meets weekly. This group is actually where we all met and became friends. From left to right, we are Cheryl Mahoney, R. A. Gates, Kelly Haworth, Jenniffer Lee, and Karen Blakely.
We sold lots of books and then gave a presentation about how the story came about and what it was like to work with four other writers. Thankfully, all five of us worked very well together.
But if you weren’t able to make it to our Release Party, don’t sweat it. You can get your very own copy of The Servants and the Beast on Amazon. And don’t forget to leave a review. Authors love reviews!
A few weeks ago, my daughter sent me a youtube link for this online book club called Literary Cant Even because they had done a book review of The Tenth Life of Mr. Whiskers. Yes, my book was reviewed and they really liked it! I mean, they were talking about hunting me down to make me write more of Laney and Kody’s story because they wanted more! I am planning to continue their adventures after my trilogies are completed. So, don’t worry, ladies.
I listened to their review of Mr.whiskers-many times-and these ladies are hilarious! There are six videos for book reviews so far and they are quite entertaining. Caution though if your listening to them at work, use your headphones. They are not PG. The videos are only audible so at least you won’t get too distracted at work.
The books they choose to review are what they consider outrageous and bizarre. Not sure how they found Mr. Whiskers, though I guess it’s a little off the wall. Not as bizarre as a couple other books they reviewed, but it’s different.
What I enjoyed most about listening to their chat was the banter of good friends. They didn’t try to censor themselves, just spoke their minds. You could tell these women were good friends by the various tangents that took over the conversation. And I love tangents. I’m definitely looking forward to their next book review.
So if you want to learn about some bizarre books out there, give these friends a listen. You’ll find them at Audrey In June. Listen, Like, and Subscribe.
A big thank you to Cover Design by James at GoOnWrite.com for the beautiful cover for not only Pucker Up, but the follow up books, Sucking Face and Lip Smacked which will be released later this year and next year, respectively.
I’m still in the process of changing the cover out over the various sites so if you still see the old cover, which I still love, that’s why. I’m just so excited about this fresh look that I couldn’t wait to share! What do you think?
I am also in the process of setting up a Goodreads giveaway of Pucker Up ebook to celebrate the new cover. And I’ll be setting up pre-orders for book 2, Sucking Face.