Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Nominate Nightingale Girl on KindleScout

Hey guys,
If you've been anxiously awaiting the sequel to 'Sparrow Man' the wait is over!
'Nightingale Girl' is up for nomination on KindleScout. Read the preview, nominate the book, share the links. If the book wins a publishing contract you get a free copy!!

If you haven't read 'Sparrow Man,' read it for free on Kindle Unlimited

Editorial Reviews for SPARROW MAN:

"Tantalizingly suspenseful, sending delicious shivers down the readers' spine! Not only are you engrossed in the story, but you really love both Meg and Sparrow Man. Meg isn't simply an empty vehicle of a main character, a host for the reader's experiences and reactions to everything going on in the book. She is her own person, clearly defined, and we respect her strong will and her grit." -Jessica Crawford, The Sentient

A 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Contestant
"I was hooked from the get-go..." -ABNA Expert Reviewer

"It's unfortunate that one can't predict or be a part of aiding which books go viral, as Sparrow Man by M.R. Pritchard is certainly worthy of such reward ... this novel took me by complete surprise. What I thought was a simple zombie story morphed into something wild and completely unforeseen. Yet it fit perfectly within the world Pritchard has created, mysteries unfolding into fantastical developments. The eclectic characters were a joy to follow and the romance unfolded without being forced."-TheBehrg, KindleScout winning author of Housebroken

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

A review SIX by R. E. Carr

Six (Rules Undying Book 2)

R. E. Carr writes another paranormal tale filled with awesomeness and... werewolf tails. Spunky and rich in geekdom, Carr's prose flows so well you'll forget to put the book down - except to make yourself one of the many mouthwatering dishes described. Building on the world created in FOUR, SIX is true entertainment. 

5/5 stars. 

The Blurb:

Paige Carmichael has one simple rule: don’t rock the boat. She lives a quiet life in the suburbs with an adequate boyfriend and a job that pays the rent, all the while trying to hide the fact that she’s the daughter of a world-renowned paranormal investigator. Her happy bubble bursts when the father she’s tried so hard to forget appears at her door with an ominous message—vampires are real.

Paige’s safe little life doesn’t have secretive strangers that hide from the sun, arcane laws, or mysterious covens that stretch back for eons, but change as sure as the cycle of the moon is headed her way. Unfortunately for Paige, it’s a dog-eat-dog world, and if she doesn’t learn to adapt and discover her own inner strength, she might just find herself at the bottom of the food chain—quite literally.

Monday, January 18, 2016

New Release Week!

Hey guys,

I have 2 new releases this week!

Look for The Phoenix Project Book 6: RESURRECTION



Make sure you attend the Royals of Monterra launch party for chances to win free eBooks! 

(I’ll be holding giveaways 8:15-8:30pm EST)

Here’s the link:

Friday, January 1, 2016

TBR and fav reads

A little bit of my TBR and fav reads. Also, I need a bookcase for a nightstand.
Also, I'm way, way, way behind on my reviews...

Saturday, December 19, 2015

A year in review: high-highs and low-lows

This past year was a bit of a whirlwind, filled with high-highs and low-lows. 
There were lots of changes to my personal and professional life. 

In April I won a Kindle Scout campaign for LET HER GO.

I was welcomed into the KindleScout winners circle, which is filled with some amazing, talented and supportive authors. This is one of the best groups of authors I've worked with. Love them all :)

In June I wrote the sequel to Sparrow Man (Titled Nightingale Girl) in about 4 weeks. That was the fastest I've ever written a full-length novel, however there were many editing sessions afterwards. I hope to have Nightingale Girl out this Spring/Summer 2016

I finished the 6th and final book in The Phoenix Project Series. Writing an end to this series was bittersweet but lots of fun. (I had to change the publication date to late January 2016 due to the projects listed below)

Throughout the first half of the year my husband was suffering from Crohn's disease (an already 4yr struggle) which resulted in 9 surgeries over 1yr time span (2014-2015). We spent a year with him lying in bed, uncomfortable and visiting a doctor 2 hours away from our home. (Finding this surgeon was a 2 year search and the fourth surgeon we consulted with). I had been working as an RN an hour away from our home in the opposite direction and was spending a lot of time on the road. During this time I felt like our lives were falling apart. I was afraid of losing my husband and I was experiencing a lot of anxiety. In august, after many days spent rushing to the OR, ED, and emailing his surgeon, we finally agreed to a final surgery that would help my husband be more comfortable but was a major risk and would result in a drastic change to our lives.

Famous authors started saying "Yes" when I asked to interview them!! Authors like Andy Weir and Peter Heller and more. Find links here

My friends, family, and editor stuck by my side even though I became quite withdrawn and miserable. I was not handling the stress of life very well. I left a job a loved and a group of nurses I loved to work closer to home. As an introvert who doesn't like change, this was hard.

I finally got the chance to write in a KindleWorld and borrow the romantic world of a fellow KindleScout winner Sariah Wilson. Look for FORGOTTEN PRINCESS, a novella about a princess masquerading as a gypsy, in January 2016.

In November I received a message from the super awesome author Samuel Peralta with an invitation to write a short-story for one of his Future Chronicles endeavors titled THE ILLUSTRATED ROBOT. He read a portion of my book SPARROW MAN and was impressed! This was a dream come true. I'm super excited to be part of this project and can't wait to see all of the stories come together. Look for ILLUSTRATED ROBOT in the spring/summer of 2016.

Now that it's December, I'm happy to say that the husband is on the mend and adjusting to life after his most recent surgery. It was difficult watching everything that we worked so hard for trickle away, but we have each other. Seeing him up and moving around and living life again negates everything that we went through and everything that we lost.

I think the next steps of our life together might just be the best, we get to rebuild everything all over again. I may even get him to trim that majestic thing on his face.

And that is my year in review. 
Happy New year and Happy Reading. 
See you in 2016!