I’m ridiculously happy with a review Pale Moon Walking received from Dear Author. It got a B-, which anyone who follows Dear Author knows is pretty darned good. The review itself is overall positive. You can check it out here:
And I still think this is the prettiest cover ever!
I hope the weather’s as beautiful where you are as it is here. We’re having a great start to the fall in Nova Scotia.
Today is especially great. Pale Moon Walking, from Entangled Publishing, is now available!
It’s an historical western romance with science fiction elements. (FYI, the elements are nanoparticles and aliens…)
Here’s a little about it:
Where the outlaws are out of this world…
US Marshal Sam Kyote has been sent to the dry old town of Coyote Bluff to recuperate from a top-secret government experiment that’s left this law man a little…well, different. But Sam’s about to find out that the town of Coyote Bluff has a whole lot of secrets. Most of which lead to Libby Mayden-the sexy, long-legged, and tight-lipped sheriff who saved his ass from an alien ambush.
The last thing Libby needs is a US Marshal poking around her town, especially one who’s hotter than the Nevada desert sun. She can’t let Sam find out most of her town are wanted outlaws. Between the aliens, the gunfighters, and a searing sexual attraction to Sam, she’s in a whole heap of trouble. And Libby’ll stride both sides of the law–and Sam–until she’s forced to choose between self-preservation…and her heart.
Sounds good, right?
To celebrate the release of Pale Moon Walking, I’m giving away a print copy of The Demon’s Daughter on Goodreads. The Demon’s Daughter is the first book in my Demon Outlaws series (which, by the way, is complete and also available). The Demon Outlaws series is another take on the West—this time futuristic dystopian with demons, not historical western science fiction with aliens.
I really love mash-ups of different genres. They’re so fun to write.
Drop me a line and let me know what you think of writers who mix their genres. For it? Against it? Depends on the author?