Happy Friday the 13th! (Upcoming release, preorder, and a cover reveal!)

Hello, all! I hope you’re doing well and staying healthy amid all this COVID-19 business.

Today, I wanted to announce the release date of my next book and some changes… As I posted last time, my second book is being released soon… the ebook will be available on Tuesday, March 17th! And the paperback will be coming out a few days later.

Now, the changes… The title has been changed (from Creeping Slowly and Evaporating) to HOW TO SPOT A VAMPIRE: A GUIDE FOR VEGETARIANS, and the cover has also gone through the necessary changes to better fit the new title.

Below is the new, slightly tweaked description.

How to spot a Vampire in a pinch:

1. Red “V” patch

2. Pointy canines

3. Unnatural beauty and allure

4. Can’t go out in sunlight

5. Inhuman strength and agility

6. Cannot be trusted

Ali’s about to find out this list means nothing, because spotting a Vampire isn’t as straighforward as she’s been led to believe.

One year ago, Ali met her first Vampire…

Which would have been. So. Cool. Except she has no memory of the following days. In order to recover that lost part of herself, her therapist suggests hypnosis. But the resulting flashbacks and dreams cause more questions to arise. Was her best friend kidnapped? Did Ali really team up with a Vampire to find him? Did she develop feelings for that Vampire?! The answers are buried in her subconscious, if she could just access them. But what if she doesn’t like what she discovers?

And she’s not the only one with a vested interest in her memory retrieval. Someone is going to a lot of trouble… But do they want her to remember? Or will they stop at nothing to keep her memories hidden?

HOW TO SPOT A VAMPIRE: A GUIDE FOR VEGETARIANS ebook is now available for preorder!

And, finally, the cover reveal!

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