Just a quick post to let you all know that I've rolled out a new blog. Rather than keeping Dean Murray and Eldon Murphy with separate blogs, I'll just use the same blog and the same mailing list for both author names.
You can find the new blog at deanwrites.com.
I'll be leaving this blog up with all of the old posts on it, but all of the new posts will go to the new blog. I've also created a new mailing list and I'll be moving the current list over to the new list during the next few weeks.
If you signed up to the original list with the 'email' or 'digest' option then you'll be moved over without any effort being required on your part.
I'll be reaching out to those who signed up under the 'no email' option over the next couple of months to confirm whether they would like to be moved to the new list.
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Despite that, there are many more similarities between the two series than there are differences, and I've been planning on at least partially merging the two storylines for a couple of years now. The release of A Darkness Mirrored (on November 8th) is an important step in that direction, but I have more news than just that. I've also finished the rough draft of the first 'jointly' written Eldon Murphy/Dean Murray novel, which is tentatively scheduled to come out in May of 2014.
That particular book still needs a name (I'm still calling it Geoffrey, Ben and Jasmin's book in my head), but I think it does a good job of tying both half of the stories together. If you haven't gone ahead and read the Dean Murray Reflections novels then I highly encourage you to go do that. You can start with Broken (a little more focused on the romance and less focused on the violence) for free, or you can go sign up for Dean's mailing list and get download instructions for a free copy of Torn 88 link88 (slightly more violent and action-packed than Broken). It doesn't matter which one you start with because they are two halves of the same story. Even better, they are designed so that after reading one you can still read the other and find out bits and pieces of things that weren't answered in the first book.
Events are about to heat up dramatically for Geoffrey and the Sanctuary pack both. You're not going to want to miss what's coming, or the backstory either one!
Geoffrey has been called a lot of things: warrior, werewolf killer, slave, lover…vampire…soulless. They are all the truth. He's killed hundreds, possibly even thousands of people without a single regret, but that's only part of the truth.
This is the story of the one and only person who called Geoffrey father, the story of an orphan that Geoffrey took in and raised, the girl who would become the woman that he would sacrifice everything for.
This is Lucy's story.