I’m sitting at my computer getting ready to write this blog for today. My book, When Hell Freezes, has released and I am uber-excited about it. But, I really have nothing to blog about. I can’t figure out if this is because I am really just brain dead or because the truth is I don’t really think anyone reads blogs anymore.
It’s funny how things work. When I was first published in 2008, blogging was THE way to get readers to find your books. Invested readers searched out our blogs, read our daily remarks. We were all making blog groups—authors commenting on each other’s blogs regularly. Who had the most traffic?
These days, in my opinion, blogging has oversaturated. Other than an announcement of my latest release, I don’t know that readers care about my blog at all. They don’t find books or authors that way anymore. No, they read ads, reviews, and newsletters.
So, if I am wrong and you are reading this blog today (and thanks for coming by to do that!) than I’d love to know what brought you here. How did you come to check out this blog today? Oh, and check out When Hell Freezes. Colt is awesome. He wants to kill Drew, who you met in Wolf’s Return.
Colt Hannigan returns to the Black Hills Wolves Pack a changed and determined wolf. Thrown out after he stood against the former Alpha, he has no love for Drew Tao, the current Alpha. Colt plans to challenge Drew for leadership of the pack—until he lays eyes on Tasha, the woman he thought dead but whom he never forgot.
Permanently scarred after stepping between Colt and the former Alpha of the pack, Tasha survived for years by keeping her head down. Colt’s return is everything she’s desired, but she wants to live in a calm world surrounded by love, not another battle for dominance, which could destroy the newly-healed pack.
Can Tasha convince Colt to find peace in her arms? Will the Black Hills Wolves pack survive outside attacks if they cannot mend the internal injuries of the past?