Sunday, September 23, 2012

Now Available!

This Blackened Night, the third and last book in my The Order urban fantasy/mystery series, is now out! I can't tell you how excited I am to see all three books side by side. In fact, I should probably mention that I'm over at Fang-tastic Books today giving away a copy of the book. Just comment by midnight EST 09-23-2012 for your chance to win!

And now for some fun facts about the books:

1- Book 1, Stalking Shade,  was originally written in 2007. The first draft was written during my classes in high school and took one week.

2- Book 2, Out of the Shadows, took me three different plotlines to get right. I had no idea what to do with it at first. Hence why it took so long (early 2011) before I struck gold.

3- The Spenta Michos, unknowing figurehead of The Order, was based on my high school English teacher, who abruptly changed jobs in September 2007. Hence why he goes missing in the book.

4- My favorite character (after Lori and Terrence) is Scissors. Scissors was originally supposed to be a victim in book 2, but I couldn't bring myself to kill her off.

5- While writing the books, I compiled a list of songs which would be on Lori's iPod. Among them were Sharp Teeth, Pretty Teeth by Specimen, and by favorite of the bunch.

Hope you enjoyed that peek into the books! Learn more about Stalking Shade at http://bit.ly/StalkingShade. Learn more about Out of the Shadows at http://bit.ly/OutOfTheShadows Learn more about it or read an excerpt at http://bit.ly/ThisBlackenedNight.


This Blackened Night by L.K. Below

 It's all about to end...one way or another.

After months of searching, Lori finally scrounges up a clue as to the whereabouts of the missing leader of her secret organization. But her vision isn't encouraging--it points to her vampire companion Terrence as the culprit.

Terrence is adamant that he isn't at fault. Even though she knows she might be walking into a trap, she follows his lead to a shabby island port. When her informants start turning up dead with puncture wounds in their necks, Lori wonders just how well she knows Terrence. And why does he act different during the search than in their hotel room?

Lori doesn't know who to trust anymore. She only hopes that she won't be the next victim.

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