Hi, everyone. So last week, I revealed the cover for my upcoming novella, Have a Bite, book one in The Vampires of Brooklyn Chronicles, as well as a sneak preview. If it sounds like something you would like, there’s still 1 day left to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway for a free print copy. It’s HERE.
If you’d like to hear an excerpt, I did an interview with Jove Belle and you can hear it HERE.
To get you in the mood for a little bit of vampires, a little bit of food, and a little bit of Brooklyn, I thought I’d offer you a little music this week.
The death of musician Prince yesterday reminded me of just how much music shapes our lives and how it’s the backdrop to so much that happens in the world. When I was growing up, I was lonely and a loner, and music was my refuge. I can pinpoint exactly what I was listening to during so many of the important events in my life, both good and bad. And Prince was definitely a part of that. He was only 57. Death is always a sad thing, but when people are taken so young, it’s such a waste. Andi Marquette put it into words well over at Women and Words.
Anyway, with music on my mind, here’s a playlist for Have a Bite. It’s a collection of songs that are either part of the story or evocative of the story. The styles of the songs vary widely and not everything may be to your taste, so feel free to skip around.
Also, if you’d like to hear a piece of “The Rum Runner and the Showgirl,” my story in the Goldie finalist anthology Through the Hourglass, go HERE for your free download!
Enjoy the book and the playlist. And let the music play.