Bonfire is out!
If you enjoyed meeting Thaddeus and Sara in Vespers, you’ll love their first Christmas together.
Bonfire is a shorter story that takes place within the Hours of the Night timeline, but outside of the main story arc. It’s a chance for the guys to spend a some time together and mesh their lives without demons popping up everywhere… Oh, wait! Did I mention the strange lights that keep appearing in the swamp?
Well, I’m sure they’ll still have time to trim a tree and figure out how a lapsed Hindu and a devout Catholic should celebrate the holidays.
Liv and I have this one at $0.99 (67% off) right now to kick off the holidays.
No matter what traditions you celebrate, we wish you peace and joy during this season and throughout the coming year.
Silent night, holy hell.
Thaddeus and Sarasija are spending the holidays on the bayou, and while the vampire’s idea of Christmas cheer doesn’t quite match his assistant’s, they’re working on a compromise. Before they can get the tree trimmed, they’re interrupted by the appearance of the feu follet. The ghostly lights appear in the swamp at random and lead even the locals astray.
When the townsfolk link the phenomenon to the return of their most reclusive neighbor, suspicion falls on Thaddeus. These lights aren’t bringing glad tidings, and if Thad and Sara can’t find their source, the feu follet might herald a holiday tragedy for the whole town.
Click HERE to read the first chapter of Bonfire.
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I’m not sure I have much more to add except a big THANK YOU to all the people who have continued to ask when they could expect Travis and Bo’s story.
You can go here if you want to read the first chapter to see how you like it.
You can go here if you want to see what a few early reviewers have to say.
Or, you can just go to Amazon if you want to download a sample (or, you know, get the whole book). This book is exclusive on Amazon for now – so if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, you can read even read it for free.
I thought I would bring you something with a little Latino flair today. Dylan, my chef from “Tall Order” is third generation Mexican American. He doesn’t speak any Spanish, but his roots shine through when he is cooking at home for Win. Since Bones has callously refused to butcher a goat and dig a pit so I could make you authentic barbacoa, I had to fall back on something I could throw together in the kitchen during the five minutes I generally allow for food prep. Ready?
Recipe: Pasta al Mojo de Ajo con Camarones
- 3/4 cup olive oil
- 3 whole guajillo chiles
- 3/4 cup minced garlic (I use the stuff in the jar, but you chop up a million cloves of garlic if it makes you happy)
- 5 tablespoons fresh lime juice
- 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
- 1 lb Angel Hair Pasta
- 1 lb peeled shrimp
- grated Parmesan or queso anejo (optional)
- green onions, parsley or cilantro (optional)