Skip to main content

Covers Galore (and More)!

I've been doing a lot with covers recently: new cover reveals and unveiling some redesigns as well.

Those who are subscribed to my newsletter have already gotten the sneak peek of the upcoming Dallas Comets novel False Start, projected to release in 2017. Here's the public reveal:




Check it the new and improved Play the Man:




This new cover follows the redesigns of Shots on Net and Game On:




That's not all on the cover front! Soon, Home Ice Advantage will be getting a new cover to fit in with the Dallas Comets series, since its year-long run in the Seduced by the Game charity collection anthology is coming to a close on October 28. But I'm not going to reveal that to you just yet. I need to keep some secrets to keep things interesting ;)

The new cover for Home Ice Advantage will be revealed—and available for purchase—beginning November 1, so be sure to keep in touch with me to see that!




Keeping Up With the Jacobses:
October 2016

  • All Month Long: Any Kobo readers out there will be interested in the Romance on Ice for $4.99 or Less deal going on, to help all of us hockey lovers celebrate the beginning of the 2016-17 season. Be sure to spread the word and stock on some hockey romance to get you through the season!
  • October 12—13: A group of hockey romance authors (myself included) are celebrating the beginning of the 2016-17 hockey season with a two-day Facebook bash full of games and giveaways! Join us for The Puck Drops Here. I'll be taking over Wednesday, October 12, at 7:00PM. You don't wanna miss it!
  • Thursday, October 13: I'll be at the Penguins' home opener and banner raising at the newly named PPG Paints Arena. I'll surely post pictures of the game and event, so stay tuned to my social media outlets to experience it with me!

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

If April Showers Bring May Flowers, Do May Flowers Bring June Bugs?

Y'all. May was a crazy month. I had so much fun in Niagara Falls and Gettysburg, attending those two author events (Romancing the Falls and Rockin' Romance Readers, respectively). Mama J came with me, and we had a blast hanging out with  Lisa B. Kamps  again, meeting Christine and Victoria of Sweet & Sassy Reads , and loading up our shelves with books by new-to-us authors! Oh yeah, and I had a book come out, too. :) So even though May was awesome, I'm a little bit glad it's over. I'm still celebrating my latest release, but I'm also getting to work on what's to come. Things I'm up to: Proofing the paperback copy of  Dump and Chase  before announcing that paperbacks are for sale! Working on getting the paperback for  "Christmas Crosscheck"  up and hopefully available for pre-order (I hear it's kind of complicated; for those in the know, Amazon changed their paperback process and I hear some people aren't able to have pre

Classy, Crafty, and Super Sassy

After releasing two books in the span of two months, I've been doing a bunch of different things. Some of it is working on what I've been calling my "Top Secret Project." I think it's gonna be a trilogy, taking place on a new team. I'm trying to get the entire trilogy ready for a quick release schedule. If I can manage it, I'll have it out by the end of the year, but no guarantees! I've also been enjoying my summer! Last year, I felt like I had wasted my summer. I didn't want that to happen this year. So I instituted Pool Day, which was every Wednesday at the community pool (weather permitting, of course). I went to see one of my favorite bands, Jimmy Eat World. I went to the zoo with my friend and her little one. I've already been to the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival once, and I'm sure I will be going again. What else? I've tackled a huge project that's been sitting on my shelf for far too long. What's that

My 2020 Vision

What am I doing writing about 2020 when we’re already one week into February? Well, y’all, let me tell just how crazy everything has been lately! Let me just recap my January for you: On Friday, January 3rd, I had my on-site interview with a company down in Pittsburgh for an open position. On Tuesday, January 7th, I got the offer from HR that, pending a satisfactory background check and drug test, I was hired. On Friday, January 10th, I got the call from the hiring manager that I cleared everything, and we scheduled my first day of work. On Monday, January 13th, I turned in my two-weeks notice at my now former job. And on Tuesday, January 28th, I began my first day of work in downtown Pittsburgh. As you can see from that list, this all happened so fast . My last two weeks at my prior job were spent trying to get the entire  office organized and everyone informed on my responsibilities and what they’d have to take over. After 11 years, 7 months there, the list was long. Bu