Rise Again Warrior Make Over #2

Yep, the Rise Again Warrior series got another cover make over. Why? Well, because I’m really hard to please sometimes.

Nah, not really, but okay, maybe.

The truth is that while I loved the first covers, they didn’t fit the genre I wanted them in. The second batch of covers that I did last month, well they were better, but they still didn’t hit my heart when I looked at them.

Now this third batch has been under design for a couple of weeks and we have tried a whole lot of designs, a whole lot of male models to get the right look.

Then, I took two different versions, one dark, one brighter, and put them up to vote with some select readers who love the series. The brighter covers won the majority of the votes.

I think I might be happy enough with these that I’ll leave them alone for a while and let you all enjoy the books!

To find out more about the Rise Again Warrior Series – Click HERE

Mission: Repair release post-poned

Since June of this year, I have been caring full-time for my father who is terminally ill. My focus has been primarily on him, and on my family while I make sure I take care of myself also.

Recently, my father has started to decline and we are in the final stages of his life. Because of the intensity and emotional levels of this series, I have been unable to focus at the depth that I have needed to focus, and I had to make the very hard decision to cancel the release of MIssion: Repair for this November.

I know my readers expect a certain level in writing, and I know I am not capable of doing that as I lose the man who has been my rock, and taught me to be the person I am today.

I sincerely apologize for this delay and hope that you understand. I will advise here, on my website, and also in my newsletter when I get back to working on this series.

Mission: Accept Releases!

The second book in the Rise Again Warrior Series is now available!

Dana Donahue might be Shane Logan’s cousin, but she’s nothing like him. Her thoughts focus on what money and people can do for her. She never approved of Shane joining the military and knows little about the world he has lived in for most of his life. All that will change when she has to ask him for a job after her father cuts her off.

Derek Stall lives on the streets by choice, not circumstance. Memories of what he did under order sometimes haunt him, other times give him the strength to move through one more day until he can finish the mission he started.

A chance meeting between Dana and Derek will lead to an unlikely friendship that might just save his life, but the drastic differences between them could be the dividing wedge that keeps them apart.

When Derek feels he has to leave Rise Again Warrior to complete his mission, he begins to realize that he could be leaving behind more than just a few friends. Could he be leaving behind the possibility of a healthy future before he finally accepts his past?