So once upon a time my friend Nisa had a bad day, so I wrote her a novel. I literally sent her about a chapter a day. This fun little book became my first published novel titled Nameless: The Darkness Comes. It’s fun, crazy, snarky, creepy, and has a healthy dose of the paranormal and hard, grueling reality. It’s my best … Read More
Two posts in one day? I know, man. Craaaaazy. Stabby-award winning Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love is on sale for 99 cents. Grab your Kindle version here. This is a Kindle Countdown, which means the price will increase by a dollar every 24 hours until it’s regular price. Right now it’s 99 cents for another 18 hours. … Read More
It’s What’s Inside That Counts Something lurks inside Deena Riordan. She never once questioned her life in the criminal underworld as the star of Mr. Marsh’s illegal empire and his youngest assassin. Her ruthless demeanor and dark magical powers have kept her at the top of the heap for years. But one day she pushes the sorcery too far and … Read More
Nameless: The Darkness Comes by Mercedes M. Yardley LUNA MASTERSON SEES DEMONS. She has been dealing with the demonic all her life, so when her brother gets tangled up with a demon named Sparkles, ‘Luna the Lunatic’ rolls in on her motorcycle to save the day. Armed with the ability to harm demons, her scathing sarcasm, and a hefty chip … Read More
“Oh, Miss Murder,” you say sweetly and with a tad bit of nervousness, “I think that you made an error there. I’m sure you meant to say that Nameless has a likeable cover.” Aren’t you dear? But no, I meant exactly that. The cover is deliciously lickable. Observe. Seth Skorkowsky, author of Dämoren. Melanie Meadors, author and publicist. And a … Read More
That’s pretty exciting for me! The Whitney Awards are for LDS authors, and I’m thrilled that Nameless: The Darkness Comes was nominated for it! Especially since it might be a little bit different than the typical LDS fare. I’m so excited that the judges will take the time to read it, and hopefully even enjoy it a little. 🙂
Woo hoo! TeleRead reviews my debut urban fantasy novel, Nameless: The Darkness Comes. It’s a pretty awesome review and it makes me happy. What is even funnier, though, is that the sequel to Nameless is titled Relentless. Why does that make me crack up? Read the review and find out! 😀
Hang out with the epic Zombiepalooza show! My portion starts an hour into the show, and runs for about 50 minutes. I really had a lot of fun. 🙂 You can watch the video here. Jackie and crew really work hard to put together something special. Thank you so much, you guys!