Paperback on Amazon.de
And look at that gorgeous cover by Najla Qamber Designs!
The paperback version and more retailers are coming soon! I can’t wait to share the gorgeous paperback cover with all of you. Najla Qamber has done an amazing job with it!
Now on to the good stuff… As many of you have noticed from the excerpt in the back of the book, there will be a continuation of Nora & Julian’s story called Keep Me. Although I originally intended Twist Me to be a stand-alone novel (hence the nice, no-cliffhanger ending :)), by the time I got to the end, I fell in love with the characters and wanted to follow them further on their journey. Yeah, that happens to me. A LOT.
So now I am again in the multiple books mode—otherwise known as WADD (Writer’s ADD). Besides Keep Me (currently around 7,000 words), I’ve got two more books in the works. I’m about 20,000 words into The Krinar Captive, a book I’ve been itching to write ever since I was working on Close Obsession. It’s not going to be anywhere near as dark as Twist Me (and yes, I know, some of you didn’t think Twist Me was all that dark, lol), but Zaron is quite complex in his own way. I can’t wait for you to meet him and Emily. At the same time, Dima & I are also working on The Spell Realm, the second book in The Sorcery Code series, for those of you who are fantasy fans out there.
At some point soon, I’ll probably get focused again and start spending most of my time on either The Krinar Captive or Keep Me, depending on which one seems to flow easier. But until then, I can’t say for sure which book will come out first—and I definitely can’t set a release date for either. The last thing I want is to promise something and not be able to deliver it on time—or worse, do a poor job because I’m stressed and feeling rushed. So please bear with me :). I will let you know the dates as soon as I can.
You can find the book on:
Barnes & Noble
To my iBookstore readers: It appears that Apple has chosen to censor Twist Me due to its content. As a result, it won’t be available on the iBookstore in time for the official February 11th release, and I don’t know if it will ever make it on there (though I’m currently working with them on this issue). I’m deeply saddened by this, and I’m sorry to disappoint all of you. Hopefully, this can be resolved over time, and for now, I believe that you could still read the book on your iOS device via the Kindle, Nook, or Kobo app.
As always, anything you can do to spread the word, including leaving a review or mentioning the books to friends, is hugely appreciated!