Check out this cover for the new series, BLOOD AND SNOW. It's a fairy tale retelling of the deadly kind.
EVERY THOUSAND YEARS THE VAMPIRE QUEEN SELECTS A NEW BODY, ALWAYS THE FAIREST IN THE LAND, AND THIS TIME SHE'S CHOSEN SNOW WHITE. Snow White lives in Salem, Massachusetts with her dad, stepmother, and her cat, Gatsby. Her entire life she's been teased for her fairy tale name, and the fact that her seven best friends happen to be guys whose names begin with the same letters as the seven dwarves. Everything changes on her sixteenth birthday. At her party she’s bitten by an unseen stranger, and transformed into a revenant—not quite human, not quite vampire. All Snow can think about is blood. Specifically, the blood of the gorgeous, out-of-reach hottie, Chace Charming. And, according to a letter she finds in her pocket, if she doesn't receive true love's first kiss by the stroke of midnight on her eighteenth birthday, she'll become a full-fledged vampire.
Each volume will be novella length. Think of each volume as an hour long TV show.
Revealing the epic new cover for SLEEPING ROSES. Genre: Adult romantic THRILLER.
The cover was created by art genius, Steven Novak (he also created all of the Immortal Essence series covers - EXILED, BEGUILED, DOVETAILED, ALIGNED (via IN HIS EYES)). This is the end result. One word: AMAZING!!!
Sleeping Roses Overview:
Sophie married into a lie. Sick of her dangerous marriage, Sophie leaves her husband, determined to start a new life. But her husband isn't going to let her go that easily. If he can't have her, no one can. It's hunter versus hunted.
Praise for Sleeping Roses: "It's strange, mysterious, and down right cool! It made me wonder if this really happened." Jek Jamison
"A suspense/thriller where nothing is as it seems." Heartsong Reviews
"From the first page to the last I was captivated by Sophie's journey as told by Ms Workman. Well crafted twists and turns kept me completely enthralled and unwilling to put it down. I found myself empathizing with the characters I closely identified with and feeling compassion, as Sophie did, for those less likable. The author's ability to express the feelings and emotions of the characters transcended the words on the pages." D. Olson
If you think you know how it ends, hold on. You have no idea.
How would you like a signed paperback copy? Along with a rockin bookmark? And a cool pen?