Monday, December 3, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday: An Idyllic Affair

Since I really need to start blogging more frequently and I have eleventy billion WIPs going, it's about time I try my version of Six Sentence Sunday.

For tonight's (well, technically I guess it's Monday now, but I'll get better at being on time) post, I'm going to put up something from a manuscript I'm almost ready to send off to the beta readers. It's for the Sanctuary Island line with Ellipses Press. Here's the lovely cover we'll be using:

And here's the SSS teaser:

He strode to her side. "I've got a few tricks left, X. We have at least three egress points off the ship." He gave her shoulder a squeeze. "Trust me on that, okay?"
She stiffened under his hand. "Like you trusted me with said information?" She kept her eyes on her task. "Did it ever hit you that you could get injured…or you know, die?" Her hands worked the switches and buttons in front of her. "You don't lead a charmed life—hell, none of us do—regardless of how many times we've skated away from death. We'd be trapped, no way off the ship, because your executive officer doesn't know you're super secret escape methods."
Well, shit. She had a point. But he had a sound reason…and he had thought ahead.
Stooping down, he faced her, bracing his back against the bulkhead. "It's not about trust, X. I trust you implicitly."
She opened her mouth, no doubt to blast him, but stopped when she got a look at his face. He thanked the universe.
She sighed. "So what is it, then? Because I don't get it."
He spoke quietly. "Protection, Linnea. You can't give up information you don't have."
She cocked her head and mulled his words over, absorbing the truth. "Okay, that I get." She went back to manual shut down sequence. "Sucks balls, though."
Geoff laughed. He loved her shoot from the hip responses.

And that's it for tonight. Linnea and Geoff have some very fun conversations...stay tuned for more next week.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Updated the WIP Section

I took some time to update my WIPs page. It's not quite finished yet...I have a ridiculous amount of story ideas floating around in my head and on the page in various stages of completion. Thought it was about time to at least throw some stuff out there for sneaky peeks.

Please feel free to comment if anything sparks your interest. I never know what will motivate the sages, those pesky PITAs. :D

More to come soon...

Catch everyone on the flip.

ML Skye

Monday, September 3, 2012

A New Release for September 3, 2012

I'm excited and thrilled to announce my newest release which should upload tomorrow to Amazon...

Shyler: Finding Home (A Furlough 99 Novella)

Here's the awesome cover

Details: $2.99 | Approximately 19500 words


Sparks fly when Inter-Stellar Police Inspector Shyler Lumen meets Mars entrepreneur Marshton Grey. She's after one of his employees who created a lethal club drug. Shyler doesn't want the distraction Marsh provides, but he could hold the key to solving her case.

Or he might end up being her biggest obstacle.

Marsh wants to help Shyler catch his former employee before he can slip the net from Furlough 99. He isn't prepared for the attraction to the tightly wound inspector, but he doesn't fight it. Shyler proves to be a fascinating puzzle Marsh doesn't come across very often.

It's a good thing he's up for the challenge she presents.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

A Much Delayed Update and Relaunch

May 5, 2012

After a whole year of starting a new job and getting my bearings, I'm finally back to writing on a regular basis. And with GREAT results. Two new releases and another one on the way in the next month or so. YAY!

Several more completed manuscripts are out for editing (Thank you, Naz!) and another two are thisclose to being complete. So, I think the time off did wonders, letting me buckle down and really focus on getting things done. I'm going to need to update my WIPs in the near future.

Look for blurbs, excerpts and cover art in the next couple of weeks. Time to dust off the blog and get it all spiffed up.

Catch everyone on the flip!