Gabrielle Bisset

Monday, March 12, 2012

Progress With My Sons of Navarus

It's Monday again and I'm back to work from Spring Break.  What a relaxing week it was!  But today it's back to the salt mine. :) 

Progress was the theme for the week, I'm happy to report. I'm over 50% finished with the typing of Blood Betrayed. Yaaaay!  And I made terrific headway on the outlining of the third book in the series due out this fall, Blood Spirit.  Writing is set to commence momentarily.

And then there's this: finally, after a number of proofs, Blood Avenged is available in print. I'm feeling like that pig flying down that rip cord in the Geico commercial. Weeeeeeeeeeeee! 

5.25" x 8" and 246 pages, it's priced at $8.49.  I was so happy I could bring it in under $10.  I still love print books, no matter how many ebooks I sell, and the cost of paperbacks can be crazy.  And look at the cover!  Talina made it gorgeous!

To get your copy, go to Createspace or Amazon.

The Proudly Paranormal Blog Hop stops at Dianne Hartsock's blog today, so stop over for some paranormal goodies! Have a great Monday :)


5 comments:

Nicole Garcia said...

OMG, I think those commercials with the pig are hilarious. My husband hates them and makes me fast forward them.lol. Have a good day at work. Don't work too hard. So happy things are going well for you and you're making such progress.

Gabrielle said...

Thanks, Nicole! I love that pig!!

Savannah Chase said...

The covers look fantastic..Congrats on being almost done....

Lorraine Pearl said...

I just found your site today and read the excerpt from Blood Avenged. I immediately went over to Smashwords and bought it. Can't wait to read it. I have a feeling I'm going to love this series.

The cover looks amazing. Is that Francis Cura on it? I picked him for one of my covers, although I'm not published yet. He makes a great vampire.

Good luck with working on the other books in the series.

Gabrielle said...

Thanks so much, Lorraine! It's great to meet you. I don't know the model's name, but he's everywhere, not always looking so sinister. ;) I hope you enjoy the book!