Sequels to Tattooed Teardrops are coming soon!

Since I published Tattooed Teardrops, one of the most common comments that I received was “when is the sequel coming out? I want to read more!”

Tattooed Teardrops, winner of the 2016 top fiction award from In The Margins committee, was originally written as a stand alone novel, with no sequel contemplated. But I decided to play with it and see where Tamara might go next in her life. The result was not one, but three sequels!

If you are one of those who has been waiting for the sequel, you don’t have much longer to wait! Two Teardrops, second book in the Tamara’s Teardrops series, is scheduled for release mid-March. If you haven’t read Tattooed Teardrops, now is the time to pick it up, I have dropped the price of the ebook to $0.99 for a limited time.

Tattooed Teardrops got a cover makeover for the release of the series. The ebook version has been updated, and second edition of the print versions will be out soon. Here is a sneak peek at the series.

   

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A Psychic with Catitude

Reg Rawlins is back in business, asked by Detective Jessup to consult on a missing persons case. 

Little does she know that it’s not your average teen runaway or kidnapping. There is something strange going on.

Reg is dealing with her own personal issues with her health, an overly-interested warlock, and a furry psychic partner with definite attitude. 

Time is running short for teen and Reg needs to act now.


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