This is big.
It’s so big, I can’t even tell you what it is yet.
But what I can tell you is that it’s not like anything you’ve done before. The prizes are bigger, the activities are more original, and you are going to LOVE IT.
The event is the 15th. Join me.
From Chapter One of RUIN…
Antonio gently reached for my cheek, and before he could embrace me and sweep me away, I tilted my body back and slapped his face.
I rarely do sales but…
If you know me, you know I do a sale very rarely. We’re looking at every six months. So if you’ve been putting off getting a book from me because you’re waiting for a sale, I’d like to thank you for your patience.
Cover reveal – RUIN
Title: Ruin (Songs of Corruption, #2)
Author: C.D. Reiss
Genre: Erotic Romance
Release Date: October 14, 2014
The Capo will return on Oct 7th, 2014.
Preorder links will be ready by Aug 27.
If you want to get in on the FIRST CHAPTER (which is HOT….hello)
Want to help support the release of Ruin?
If you’re a book blogger and want to sign up to join the cover release of RUIN, go here to sign up. Reveal date is scheduled for August 27, 2014.
Kaylee, administrator of the S.O.S. Facebook Group, has also set up a Thunderclap so that fans can help announce the release, and links to pre-order, Ruin, Book 2 in the Songs of Corruption series:
So, here’s something that may surprise you.
I use tarot card readers. I have two. Madison, here in LA, I use for plot development. I tell her about the character, and I ask their future. It’s fun, and sometimes I even follow the card’s advice. (she’s uncanny to the point where I’ve felt the bottom of my guts drop out of me…she’s worth every penny, and she does readings by phone… Madisoncharap@gmail.com)
For career stuff, and if I need a reading NOW, I use Laura at Purple Moon.
OK so, the point…
Perdition isn’t for pussies.
You know. Perdition isn’t for pussies. It’s really dark. It’s written without rules. And it’s written without rules because Fiona doesn’t have any. It’s about what happens to a soul without grounding, so I ripped the grounding out of the story. Which is usually something I’d say is a BAD IDEA and a little too conceptual to hook the “average reader.”
I mean, I’ve not just disregarded, but flouted every single dramatic rule I tripped over as I wrote it.