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Cover Reveal for the New PULSE AND PREJUDICE – Plus Q&A with the Author — 23 Comments

  1. I don’t usually read any vampire or zombie or werewolf JAFF variations. I did read Simonsen’s werewolf ones when on a blog she kept emphasizing that it was a romance and not a bloody horror tale. I will read the reviews and the Sample before making a decision on this one. It does sound like you put much research and hard work into it.

      • I did read all the longer reviews plus made a comment to one or two. It does sound like a good read but I will wait for the newer release. I will go back and listen to the audio.

  2. I have avoided vampire and other darker variations in the past, but this one looks beautifully researched…and I can’t resist Darcy’s POV. I’ll look into it when it comes out. Beautiful cover!! 🙂

    Warmly,
    Susanne 🙂

    • Thank you, Susanne! Being married to a history professor — and thus frequently being in the company of other historians — I had to ensure complete historical accuracy (except for the vampire bit…but who knows?) because I knew his colleagues would – and did – read it and would tear it to shreds for any anachronisms or errors. I think one of the best compliments came from one of his major professors who read it and now recommends it to her history classes!

      It will be available in most eBook formats on Tuesday, but it is available for Pre-order on Kindle and in hardback now; and the publisher has the print version for $5 off if you’re not into eBooks. (I must say, the hardback is beautiful!) http://www.southerngirlpress.com/store.html

    • Definitely additional editing, but yes, it is a re-release. Up above I describe the changes — like the chapters, chapter headings, and annotations — and if readers “need” to get the new version (probably not). I compare it to a “director’s cut.”

  3. Congratulations Colette! Nice to see your post. You reminded me I need to re-read your story! I have the previous version and really liked it — and I am not a vampire/paranormal fan. It must be so exciting to get to have the book finally in the form you want! I’m all for the version in which Han Solo shoots first — I can imagine it would be frustrating to have to make changes that don’t feel like what you had in mind.

    • Thank you so much, Kathy! I really do think the chapters are better this way – and I loved naming them, if only for my own amusement. 🙂 The annotations, however, were always important to me.
      Be sure to sign up for the Goodreads giveaway of the hardback edition!

      (Han totally shot first.)

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