Dear humans, please forgive the female. She has a migraine today. She wrote 260 words before she retreated into the dark to sulk. She was required to get out of bed to eat, and she’s not long for this world… at least for today. She even made a new legend in her tracking worksheet so she could mark days she had migraines and couldn’t realistically work.
260 words is better than no words, female. You did good.
See, you did so good I posed for you. Aren’t I adorable?
So, I bet you’re here about this Magically Hellish Comedy (with a body count.) That doesn’t look quite right, does it? Well, it’s right! The female got lured… I mean… suckered… by a premade trilogy that went up for sale by one of her favorite designers, Rebecca Frank. It screamed Magical Romantic Comedy… except with a twist. A Hellish one.
Yeah, I do think I’m funny, humans. Thanks for noticing.
She is planning for a trilogy. Three books. That’s what trilogy means. It begins with a house fire. Satan’s house, to be specific.
Here’s the description to convince you that you really want this. Because you do, humans. Like with all pilots of series/trilogies, how well it does will basically dictate when she writes it, with things that don’t sell well releasing every 2-3 years. (The stuff that doesn’t sell well doesn’t buy me treats, so she has to mix up what sells with what doesn’t. Sorry, humans. That’s the name of the writing game!)
Step one: add some gasoline.
Step two: light a match.
Step three: watch the devil’s house burn.
As far as plans go, Sandra Moore rather likes hers. It’s simple. It gets the job done. It reduces the devil’s house to smoldering ruins.
Life is good—at least for the year she has left of it, assuming the devil doesn’t kill her first.
Instead of the quick end and the retribution she deserves, Sandra gets the client from hell for the case of a lifetime, one that could forever change the war between the heavens and the devil’s many hells.
It will release March 2, 2021. As a biased member of the Furred and Frond Management, we recommend you run to the preorder buttons now. They’re here:
The female is being cute–and ambitious. She really wants to hit USA Today on a full-priced new book. Someone needs to tell her to go back to her corner and bide her time. Empire building takes a long time, human female. Maybe one day. Go back to bed–or go finish dinner before you expire.