Friends, I am (as always) beyond excited to be working with the wonderful and talented Matt Haynes on the audio version of The Arcane Heart. Matt narrated the first two books, and to be honest his voices for the characters have becomes the voices in my head when I am reading and writing.
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If you’re interested in getting into the audiobooks and new to audible, I get a bonus if you sign up from one of the links below. 🙂
The raven that had visited them twice before landed on the balcony with a loud caw. They all stared as the bird spread its wings and cocked its head at them, a pine needle in its beak. Its black eyes gleamed with something more than animal intelligence.
I decided to start sharing my survey results – if you didn’t already realize this about me I am a huge nerd and I love a good spreadsheet. And why should I suffer alone? You can all join me!
In May I asked my newsletter subscribers, “What do you enjoy most about my emails, and what would you like more of?”
The results were surprising to me – over half my subscribers wanted more original content like “The Outcast God“. I honestly thought more people enjoyed the book out-takes and bonus scenes like “The Christmas Key“. But of course I will try to give you what you want and create more original shorts for you all!
Whoever voted “Something Else” but didn’t tell me what it was – thanks for leaving me in suspense! If you were one of those people, please comment on this post and let me know what else you want!
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Gratitude, obedience, devotion. Of the three, obedience was easiest. Thorne wanted this service from him, and so Tarrin would give it. He would give more if it were required. He would not resist or refuse. He would not dare.
“Tarrin,” the man gasped, pressing his back to the stone as though he could escape, his fingernails scraping the smooth surface of the altar. “My name is Tarrin.” He took deep breaths, his chest heaving, a sheen of sweat over his body. “If you’re going to do what I assume you’re going to do, you could at least call me by my name.”