Red alert paranormal readers!
If you’re in the game for some serious summer reading and looking to benefit charity, this one’s for you.
UnEarthed is a collection of 12 full length paranormal novels. No sneak peeks here. With over a million words from NY Times, USA Today and Amazon Bestselling Authors, this collection is sure to keep you reading all summer long.
For a limited time, UnEarthed is available at a discounted price and part of the proceeds will go to charity. The promo to benefit Cancer Sucks began mid-June and will run through July 14, 2014.
Here are the titles included in UnEarthed :
Fall of Darkness by Elle Bright
Revitalized by Jessica Cage
Choices of Fate by S. Simone Chavous
The Illusions of Eventide by Sarah M. Cradit
The Gathering by S.L. Dearing
Mahogany Sin by Kellee Gilmore
Inseparable by Missy Johnson
Vigilant by Angel Lawson
Immortal Craving by Magen McMinimy
Sanguis City by Morgan Jane Mitchell
In Too Deep by Brandy L. Rivers
Finding Obscurity by Emma Shade
Sounds like a pretty sweet deal for paranormal readers. For more information, check out UnEarthed on Amazon.
As always, good luck and stay human! Jeannie Rae out.
Here's a quick update on the progress of the Rise of the Plague Series.
The second installment in the Rise of the Plague series is steadily working its way through the process.
The release for the second installment is tentatively set for Spook-tober—oh, I mean, October. Stay tuned as I may have a little something up my sleeve for the release!
I’d like to extend a special thank you to all of my loyal readers out there and those who have helped to spread the word. Your reviews, RTs, and Shares about my books mean the world to me. Happy reading!
Thank you for stopping by and as always good luck & stay human. Jeannie Rae out.
I am Jeannie Rae, not so plain & almost never simple. A person who is just as flawed as I am skilled. One who loves my family with all my heart in good times and in bad – through celebrations & times of tremendous grief, achievements and disagreements. A woman who knows how short