Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Some congratulations!

I just wanted to say congrats to a couple of people today.

Erincole First is Erin Cole, from the wonderful blog Listen to the Voices. She has just published her first novel, Grave Echoes.

Here’s the blurb:

The nightmare is real…
Kate Waters suffers from narcoleptic hallucinations, which recently involve her unreachable sister, Jev, and a mysterious key. When Kate receives the terrible news concerning Jev’s fatal car accident and acquires the strange key from her visions, she unlocks her sister’s world of perilous secrets involving witchcraft, poltergeist, and a heartless killer determined to get back what is his.
The danger lies in whom to trust.
Terrifying paranormal encounters, a trailing wolf, and an attempted murder of one of Jev’s friends, forces Kate to turn to the one she fears most, the priestess of Jev’s coven, Thea. She challenges Kate’s beliefs and provides her vital clues about her sister’s murder, but will Kate overcome her fears before anyone else dies? To do so, she will have to trust in a world where the possibilities are unbelievable and the consequences are deadly.

It sounds like an amazing read, and I just love the cover, it’s so atmospheric! So head over to her blog for links on where to buy!

The second congratulations I am sending out is to my publisher, Gaynor, at Vamplit publishing. I believe today is Vamplit’s first birthday – and wow, what an amazing first year! I know there have been some struggles and pitfalls, but Vamplit is going from strength to strength, with the progression from being purely an eBook publisher, to going to paperback. Now there are some new, talented authors coming through the ranks, and second novels from the original ‘gang’ soon to be published.  So happy birthday, Vamplit!  I can’t wait to see what the next year brings!


  1. Countless thanks to you Marissa! I really appreciate your support.

  2. No problem, Erin! If you want to do a piece on Something Wicked to promote your novel - just drop me a line. Marissa.