I first wrote a large chunk of Dark One’s Bride way back in November of 2013, not long after Dark One’s Mistress was originally published. Back then, it was the second of a duology. And, technically, complete. But it felt rushed, especially the second half which became Dark One’s Wife. Whilst struggling on with a… Continue reading When in Doubt, Send in the Assassins!
Still with Dark One’s Bride, my dear Weekend Writing Warriors and Snippet Sunday Folk. I’ve managed to reach chapter three since last week. The slow going has, in part, been due to an injury last weekend involving a pony’s head and my index finger. It’s not broken, but it’s not happy with long periods of typing.
This piece picks up directly after last week’s with Clara being a little apprehensive of leaving the carriage…
Still with Dark One’s Bride, my dear Weekend Writing Warriors and Snippet Sunday Folk. I’d hoped to further along by now, but things happened, so I’ve only just reached the end of chapter two. Which would be fine, if it wasn’t for the fact that most of it was written previously… Grr.
This piece takes a little leap from last week’s with Clara finally arriving at the Endlight castle…
New month, new book. Wow, after such a long time with In Pain and Blood, too.
This time, my dear Weekend Writing Warriors and Snippet Sunday Folk, it’s from Dark One’s Bride. For which I really wished I could make a decent blurb for, because I’ve got bupkiss there right now.
Anyway, this is the sequel to Dark One’s Mistress and picks up five months after it with Clara travelling alone to Endlight…
May has gone, as has my “vacation time” from writing. Not that I’ve been doing much vacationing, what with tweaking bits of In Pain and Blood and readying myself for Dark One’s Bride, which I’ve been meaning to complete since before I started IPaB. Seeing that I’ve been able to hammer out a rough 1k… Continue reading Out With the New…
Title: Fraud Twice Felt
Author: J.T. Hall
Release Date: 29th May 2017
Three weeks after solving his old boyfriend’s murder, bounty hunter Derwin Bryant is trying to let go of the past and embrace his new life with Elliot Leed, a former rentboy and fellow Oddity. Elliot, meanwhile, is trying to adjust to working at Bob’s Bail Bonds and having a real relationship despite his strange power of Object Reading. Hanging over the couple is the fear that Roy Yoshiro, notorious gang lord, will make good on his threats to claim Elliot. If that happens, not even Derwin’s superhuman strength will be enough to protect the man he loves.
Their concerns are overshadowed when Derwin’s friend asks for help finding her missing son. It’s not long before the case takes Derwin and Elliot back to the crime-ridden underbelly of the city and straight into Yoshiro’s clutches. Two gangs are vying for power, and Derwin and Elliot get caught in the middle of their very public fight.
Derwin and Elliot must find a way to thwart both gangs’ plans and escape alive. This time, one misstep could spell disaster for all the inhabitants of Nis.
This, my Snippet Sunday and Rainbow Snippets folk, is the last piece I’ll be sharing from In Pain and Blood . It’s currently going through edits and won’t be seen from again until it is published. I’ll be turning my focus to Dark One’s Bride, which also means I won’t be participating quite so much in Rainbow Snippets.