How is life treating you these days? It’s starting to feel more normal around here and I’m so thankful. I recently went out on kid-free date with my husband to an indoor restaurant for the first time in well over a year and it felt amazing (and strange).
May is always a crazy month with the school year winding down, but I’ve had time to put Claiming Her Beasts Book Three on pre-order, so make sure to claim your copy now!
Also, did you know that the Claiming Her Mates series is a completed paranormal rejected mates series? If you haven’t read the books yet, check them out. I’ll bet you’ll love it!
It’s been nearly a year of sheltering in place with four young children, and I’ve hit a new level of tired (the kind that no amount of sleep can fix) and a new level of stir crazy. I can’t wait for things to return to normal (or at least some semblance of normal).
How do you feel about Valentine’s Day? When I was young I loved the class parties and valentine exchanges, but as I got older it lost its allure. Now, because my kids are so excited about it, I’m back to enjoying the holiday. We’re still sheltering at home, but we are going all out this year with decorations, candy, and our own little valentine exchange. It should be fun!
I hope this new year finds you healthy and hopeful.
As much as I try to remind myself how lucky we are (having food, shelter, and our health), there are some days when it’s a real struggle. Arizona currently holds the dubious reputation of being the top coronavirus hot spot in the country (if not the world). Because of this, we’ve made the difficult decision to continue sheltering at home and virtual schooling to protect our high-risk family members. 😢
One thing keeping me sane (after being stuck at home 24-7 with four young children for so long) has been writing. I’ve been making some headway on Claiming Her Beasts Book Two which you can preorder now. Book two will follow Lee and her sexy beasts in the aftermath of the apocalypse (it’s going to be explosive and steamy 🔥). I also have plans to release books three and four in the series this year.
Another thing keeping me sane is my wonderful reader group on facebook (Dia’s Hellraisers). If you haven’t checked the group out, you should! We have fun discussions and weekly giveaways.
Speaking of giveaways, I’ve tracked down some fabulous book deals, giveaways, and freebies and included these in my January newsletter (click here).
2020 has been a hell of a year for many of us, and as we close the book on it, I find myself filled with hope that next year will be so much better. I’m also very touched by the support of readers like you who’ve bought or borrowed my books and left encouraging reviews this year.
Because of you, the release of Claiming Her Beasts Book One far exceeded my expectations =) Thank you! If you haven’t had time to get your copy of this steamy reverse harem paranormal series starter, please check it out (it’s free on kindle unlimited).
To express my thanks, I’m having a $40 giveaway in my facebook reader’s group! Join Dia’s Hellraisers and comment on the giveaway post for a chance to win. Additionally, I’ve tracked down some fabulous book deals, giveaways, and freebies and included them in my Special Holiday Newsletter.
Wishing you and your family a healthy, happy, and relaxing holiday and New Year’s!
It’s release day for Claiming Her Beasts Book One and I’m so excited to launch this book into the world! I hope you will download a copy =) I’ll leave it at its discounted 99 cent price through the weekend so snap this steamy paranormal romance up for less than a cup of coffee!
In celebration of release day, I’ve made Claiming the Nanny free through the weekend as well. Don’t miss this super steamy prequel to the the Claiming Her Mates series!
Also, I’ve tracked down some extra amazing book deals, giveaways, and freebies (see my newsletter).
Are you a big fan of the holidays? Normally, I’m not. I usually skip over the Hallmark holiday movies and only begrudgingly put up decorations. In my defense, it’s hard to summon holiday joy when the production of that joy takes so much time and effort (decorating, shopping, wrapping, planning, baking, cleaning, and hosting events for family members who don’t always get along).
But 2020 is different. And, with how difficult this year has been, we all need some of that holiday joy. I’ve already got the decorations up and holiday music is playing non-stop. 🤣 In between Hallmark movies, I’ve been finalizing edits to Claiming Her Beasts Book One (be sure to preorder it at 99 cents before the price goes up to 3.99)!
I’m also building up my review teams. If you are interested in reading and reviewing advanced copies of my books please fill out this form.
For book deals, giveaways, and freebies to bring you some holiday joy, click on my November newsletter.
Normally, by this time of year I’d be in full Halloween mode. The house would be covered in ghoulish decorations and the front yard would have become a graveyard so terrifying the neighbor’s kids would cross the street to avoid it *bwahaha*
But not this year =( This year, I’m not so comfortable turning our house into a lightning rod for trick or treaters (especially since I still haven’t come up with a plan for what we’re doing yet). If you have any creative ideas for celebrating safely, please send them my way!
Since I can’t channel my love for monsters into decorating, I’ve been writing them into my new series—Claiming Her Beasts. The first book of this steamy reverse harem paranormal romance series is now up for preorder and I’m making it only 99 cents (for a limited time) because I know times are tough for everyone.