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  • June 3, 2018
  • I finally have an update for Hard Trigger. It’s been a long road, but officially I can say that Hard Trigger will be released on August 28, 2018. I am super excited! Also…I’ve finished working with my cover artist, and the cover reveal will happen on July 12, 2018. My editor and I are also […]

    I finally have an update for Hard Trigger.

    It’s been a long road, but officially I can say that Hard Trigger will be released on August 28, 2018. I am super excited! Also…I’ve finished working with my cover artist, and the cover reveal will happen on July 12, 2018. My editor and I are also about to turn the corner on a final draft, so, if you’re a book blogger and you want an ARC so that you can be part of the book release action, check out this link: http://bit.ly/HardTriggerEVENTS

    If you want to add Hard Trigger to your TBR on Goodreads, here is the link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40229951-hard-trigger

    For all you loyal readers and newsletter subscribers, I have a little somethin’ special formulating, so stay tuned…

    Here’s the back cover copy, to tantalize you a little…

    “Your mother’s opiates are coming from Jose Herrera’s distribution network.” My pulse races as my stepfather speaks these words. Because taking on the Herreras also means taking on Diego.

    Reckless, and hardened by a volatile past, Victoria does not see a future with Diego Herrera as a realistic option. As their childhood friendship ignites, they find themselves on opposite sides of a bloody feud between the two most powerful families in Mexico City. And she’s a Moreno now—brought up to be the secret weapon nobody suspected.

    But Victoria can’t deny the attraction. Diego’s commanding muscles, the coarse, dark hair of his solid chest, that rugged scar above his sensuous lips…

    Loyalty is in the eye of the beholder.

    Enjoy what is left of your beautiful weekend, lovely people:)

    xoxoxox, Hannah

     

     

    Hard Trigger Update

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  • November 16, 2017
  • This novella has been an interesting lesson in why you probably shouldn’t try to turn a short story into a novella. Real life responsibilities getting in the way of art aside, I didn’t think that I was going to have this much heartburn over what seemed like a reasonable task when I first set off […]

    This novella has been an interesting lesson in why you probably shouldn’t try to turn a short story into a novella. Real life responsibilities getting in the way of art aside, I didn’t think that I was going to have this much heartburn over what seemed like a reasonable task when I first set off over a year ago.

    Going to Palm Springs at the end of August for a week felt like a turning point. I’d finally figured out an organization to all the scenes that made sense and I’d evened out the tone of the novella and the voice of the main character, Victoria. These two aspects had plagued me for months, but suddenly the 115-degree-heat, dips in the pool, alone time away from work, and serenity of a beautiful desert oasis turned on that part of my brain that I needed most for this task.

    I could’ve spent two more weeks in Palm Springs, for a variety of reasons, and gotten this milestone draft completed before my birthday, but alas, duties called and it would take me until mid-October to call this draft good enough to send to a handful of beta-readers and my editors.

    Gearing up to get my hands dirty again this weekend with the start of another draft, I want to thank you all for continuing to support and follow my updates on social media even though they’ve been less than in previous years, and even though I’ve been M.I.A.  on my blog and with my newsletter for quite a while. Sometimes, you have to let go of one or two things to prioritize what you know really needs to get done. I want to thank my beta-readers for being awesome and giving me some thoughtful thumbs up/thumbs down feedback. And I want to thank my two, very trusty editors. You both continue to push my work to the next level; can’t imagine doing all of this without you.

    Speaking of “all of this”, I have been thinking about when I can bring Hard Trigger to you all in paperback and ebook. As much as I thought this Christmas was a realistic schedule, I am starting to think early Spring…March-isch. Hopefully by next month I can have a firm release date…and a hot book cover for all you lovely people.

    Stay true to the stuff that keeps you energized, xoxoxo, Hannah:)

     

     

    The Need Wins iHeartindie Contest!

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  • October 10, 2016
  • I’m very excited to announce that The Need has won the 2016 Las Vegas RWA iHeartindie contest! This is the second contest that The Need has won and I am thrilled (remember the Golden Palm in 2013?). The continued enthusiasm for The Need is awesome, and this is really what you hope for as an author; […]

    I’m very excited to announce that The Need has won the 2016 Las Vegas RWA iHeartindie contest!

    This is the second contest that The Need has won and I am thrilled (remember the Golden Palm in 2013?). The continued enthusiasm for The Need is awesome, and this is really what you hope for as an author; that the word keeps spreading about your writing and that people continue to be entertained by what you write.

    Cheers! And thank you for all your support. And…I’m never going to stop saying this: please leave a review! Reviews do matter. They help spread the word, they help change the algorithms and discoverability of a book, and they provide insight and often encouragement to us authors.

    The Need currently has 43 reviews on Amazon and a few more on Goodreads, and I want that number to keep rising. So if you haven’t yet, leave your thoughts about The Need, even in just a sentence or two, because it will be greatly appreciated.

    Have a fabulous week, lovers! The holidays, with all their frenzy, are just around the corner…

    xoxoxo, Hannah;)