Friday the 13th: The Twisted Nature of Princess


Happy Friday the 13th, everyone!!

Today on the YA Indie Carnival, we’re supposed to talk about villains from our books.

My most horrendous villain, I think, comes from my book Princess (book one in the American Princess series).

The problem is… I can’t tell you WHO the villain is because that would reveal too much!  The villain is cold-hearted and vicious though… and I wish I could tell you….

But I have a great alternative.  Princess is free on Kindle today!  In fact, it is free through the weekend.  You can download it for FREE here.    I really hope you like it.  It’s not paranormal at all, unlike most of my other books.  It’s contemporary YA, but it’s dark and edgy.

If you download it and like it, I’d realllllly appreciate it if you’d leave a review on Amazon.   Readers often don’t realize how important their opinions actually are.   So often, other readers base their decisions solely on 1. the cover and 2. previous reviews.   To be honest, I do the same thing a lot of the time.  So, if you like it, I’d really appreciate a quick review.

And if you’d like to tweet me and tell me what you thought, I’d appreciate that too.   I always enjoy hearing from you!

Anyway… Have an amazing Friday the 13th!  Don’t walk under any ladders… and steer clear of broken mirrors.   I used to have a great-aunt who refused to get out of bed on Friday the 13th.  I’m not nearly as superstitious as that.   I just spend the day avoiding black cats.  Is that weird?  🙂

You should totally check out my other colleagues today– see what they are superstitious about and who their baddest bad guys are!  You can find a list of their blogs here.  Happy weekend!

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  1. I wrote a similar blog this morning about today…..great minds think alike. I will def pick up a copy of the book. You know I am good for a review. Have a great weekend.