The wait is over!
The unusual thing about the production side of Wardens of Wisteria is that I've been working on it for much longer than usual. Typically, I plan a book, write it, revise it, then edit and publish it, working on it continuously (some might say obsessively) until it's finished. With this one, I planned the book, along with a couple others, then put the stories on ice while I wrote the two City Hall books featuring Zinnia Riddle. That means I've had this story about Bentley in my head, in that shaky, dream-like, foggy form all stories have before they're fully turned into books, for over a year. Even now that Wardens of Wisteria has been written, I have the "phantom limb" of the unfinished book in my head. I have to keep checking that it is, indeed, entirely written. (I probably shouldn't tell you these things; I sound like a nut.)
While writing this book, I found myself relating to Zara's desire to keep the ghosts from taking over. In regular, non-witch life, we don't have to worry about ghosts possessing our bodies, but we do face the challenges of allowing people into our hearts, and the messes they make.
And now... here are the links, below.
A note about availability: The full Wisteria Witches series is now available not just on Amazon, but also on iTunes, Nook, Googleplay, and Kobo. Because my books are no longer exclusive to Amazon, they are not available in Kindle Unlimited. This is because, due to recent changes in how Amazon is running the KU program, I'm no longer able to participate, so I do apologize to the KU readers. But there are options for getting your witches! All books are available in ebook at all the major ebook retailers. Half of them are available in audiobook right this minute, with more on the way this winter and early 2019. There are also paperbacks, too! If you'd like your local library to carry the series, put in a request with your friendly librarian. Be sure to mention that the main character is also a friendly librarian.
Enjoy! If you're a fan, please leave a spoiler-free reader review online to help spread the word.
Note: As of November 2018, this series is widely available at all
retailers and no longer exclusively on Amazon, therefore it is not
available to borrow within the Kindle Unlimited program. I apologize to my Kindle Unlimited readers for any inconvenience. Thanks
for being understanding. It's a hard decision for us authors to stay in
or leave KU. We adore all of our readers and don't ever want to
disappoint them. If you're a
fan of the series, but you only read books through Kindle Unlimited and
are looking for an alternate way to get the books, I invite you to apply
to be on my street team. There are some team openings right now. Apply here.