“One benefit of Summer was that each day we had more light to read by.”
― Jeannette Walls,
I don’t know about you— but I’m literally counting the days until school is out. I love summer… the long, carefree days, less time spent on the minutiae, which means more time for reading. I even love figuring out how in the world I’m going to get any work done with my kids home— no doubt running circles around me.
But, then, maybe this is why I can’t stop writing books about dark things. 😉
Which leads me to the purpose of this post… and thankfully isn’t simply to tell you how happy I am about summer coming…
My exclusivity term with Amazon has ended and this means my novels are once again available via all major retailers. This also means they’re no longer available via Kindle Unlimited.
Hopefully, this helps with any summer reading plans you have. 🙂
You’ll find them listed via retailer here.
Lastly, the synopsis for Water Under the Bridge has been updated.
Still no release date…
First, summer. 🙂
My whole life I’ve wanted nothing more than to fit in.
Only, my whole life I’ve done anything but.
That’s probably because I’m anything but average. After all—female serial killers seem to be a minority in today’s society.
And that’s ok—because I’ve longed for a change for quite some time now.
Which brings me back around to fitting in.
You know what one has to do to fit in?
One has to blend.
Which is great news!
Because I realize my clock is ticking, so to speak, and now I want a family. Luckily, I’ve always been good at getting what I want.
So I figure what better place to blend than suburbia?
All that stuff I did before—it’s water under the bridge now. I just hope it’s not too late to change my ways. Here’s to hoping for suburbia’s sake, too.
I mean, what are the odds I could be the girl next door?
Apparently, they’re better than you might think.
Your whole life you’ve wanted to fit in.
Only your whole life you’ve done anything but.
That’s probably because you’re anything but average— you’re a killer— but, then so am I.
You say you’ve longed for a change for quite some time now.
This is good because, well, me too.
Your clock is ticking, you want a family, but you waste so much time.
I know because I’m watching, waiting, blending.
What you don’t realize is if you want me, and I think you do, then you’ll have to change your ways because sometimes hunters become hunted.
But what are the odds of that happening in suburbia?
Apparently, better than you might think.