Being an Indie author gives you super powers to change the past.

Okay, so I can’t step through a portal and walk the streets that are lined with ladies sporting petticoats and gentlemen tipping their top hats to me. But as an indie author I do have complete control over my books, even if it means rewriting history.

Let me explain… I released my first series starting a few Years ago. While Sacred Bloodlines found an audience this trailed off with each book. I send the Guardians series back for re-editing, but still it failed to find an audience. Then it came to me. My daughter approached me, excited about a book she was reading. I thought popped into my mind. I wish I had books that could excite children like that. And the next thought was, why don’t I?

That was when I made the decision to re-work Guardians. Nothing drastic, thorough “cleaning” of the series, making them interesting for adults and entertaining for the younger crowds as well. As part of this cleaning I will also be combining books 4 and 5 into one book, making them an even better deal for the reader.

The series will be relaunched as The Sacred Guardians Series. I’m excited about this and best of all we should be looking at a relaunch within the next month or two. Now you must excuse me while I go an exercise these powers.image

April 3, 2014 Comments

New Release, Do Anything, Now Available ON SALE

First, let’s announce the winner of the paperback ARC version of Do Anything from the raffle at this past weekends event, The Novel Experience. Congrats to Marcia Bailey. Check your inbox for a message from me.

Second, Do Anything is now available in all formats. You can get your copy byclicking on any of these links:

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A broken heart is only the beginning for her. 

Bookworm Annabelle Hart thinks she’s found the love of her life. But when her fiancé’s philandering ways shatter their happy future, she decides she’s through playing the victim. Now, rather than read about life, she wants to live it—starting with a sabbatical from her editing job in Chicago to travel the world. But the past refuses to let her go so easily. 

He thinks he has his life figured out. 

After watching the woman he thought he loved walk away from him, Holden Blackburn is still picking up the pieces. Content with his life as the owner of an English Inn, just outside the sleepy town of Alton, he’s living his new and peaceful normal. That is, at least, until Annabelle stumbles into his life, and he’s overwhelmed by a desire to learn all he can about her. Now if only he can get her to stay in one place long enough. 

Will they risk their hearts on a new chance at love? 

When her past returns in a way she can’t ignore, Anna panics, running from any possible future with Holden. She’s determined to keep her life from falling apart again, but she soon discovers the only place she feels safe is in Holden’s arms. 

But some things even he can’t protect her from.

April 2, 2014 Comments

NEW RELEASE by Annalisa Grant

As I Am by Annalisa Grant now available!

One of the greatest things about being an author is the relationships I’ve built with other writers. Today I am excited to share with all of you that Annalisa Grant has released her latest, As I am.


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Cover Image is attached and the blurb is below:

“You’re not invisible. You’re invaluable.”

When Kinley Carmichael looks in the mirror, she doesn’t see her blonde-haired, blue-eyed, size 4 twin sister. She sees her dark-haired, brown-eyed, size 12 self. 

Kinley and her twin sister Addison are excited to start their second summer as counselors at The Camp at Lake Hollis. All Kinley wants is to earn enough money to meet up with her mother so they travel the world as professional photographers. All Addison wants is to work on her tan, seduce a boy, and build her fashion budget. And while Kinley and Addison couldn’t be more opposite, nothing has ever stopped them from being the best of friends. 

It’s an especially great summer for Kinley as the official camp photographer and Notre Dame Quarterback Cal Harper showing interest in her. But when poet Miller Conrad arrives and rejects Addison’s advances, showing more interest in Kinley, true colors will shine and the sisters’ bond will be tested.

As Kinley and Miller’s connection deepens, Kinley feels like she can truly be herself without the internal scrutiny she’s developed in the shadow of her sister. But when Kinley inadvertently uncovers a terrible secret at the camp, Miller is left facing the demons of his own reasons for coming to Lake Hollis.

What was supposed to be the greatest summer of Kinley’s life turns out to be more life-changing than she ever imagined.

March 31, 2014 Comments

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