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Link to Nook books

Lark and In the Shadows are now available on Nook!
There will be no paperbacks available of either book until probably after the beginning of the year.
Eden Crane will be designing a new cover for Lark and designing the cover of Like the Dawn in January with the same model she used to design the new cover for In the Shadows so I will probably wait for those to republish the paperbacks. I can't wait to see the new covers!

Anyway, I will however work on getting both books back up on Smashwords and Kobo soon. In the meantime, they are available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

I've been working on Pieces of Me (my NaNo novel) and I love Aria and Holden so much that I can't wait for you to meet them!

XOXO




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