When I’m not writing about cowboys…

I’m late posting today because it’s a very hectic time for me. I had a new release yesterday. No, not a new cowboy story, although one is currently in the final stages of production, but there is a man with a drawl and toting a gun in this story…

My new book features a mummy come to life, a cop with a bad attitude, and a demonic pharaoh rising in New Orleans of all places. No better place for it, right? The locals probably wouldn’t blink an eye. 🙂

Crescent Moon released yesterday! It’s a Kindle serial. Readers pay once and every two weeks get a new installment of the story delivered to their device.

I can’t wait to hear from you! I love the book. It’s a good thing too, because I’m still writing it! I don’t know how it ends. If you happen to try it, don’t be shy about leaving reviews along the way. You can let other readers know what your experience was. And you can update your review as the story progresses. I’d appreciate it very much, and other readers will pay more attention to your thoughts than mine.

Also, there’s a special forum set up to talk about the book. I’ll be checking in and answering questions. You can find it here: Amazon forum. There’s a brand new link there, called “Discuss Episode 2 of “Crescent Moon.” I’ll be waiting…

If you want to check out the new book, here’s the Amazon link: Crescent Moon.

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From ancient Egypt to present-day New Orleans, a woman of exceptional strength is called to protect against an unspeakable evil…and to experience an unforgettable seduction.

Khepri still isn’t used to being The God’s Wife. The daughter of a common farmer, she’s more comfortable being friends with servants than employing a whole team of them. Being the wife of Amun affords her luxuries she only dreamed of, but her dreams are not always a haven…they are also filled with demons. Lately she’s had doubts about the role she’s been thrust into. She’s had yearnings for another sort of life, one where she’s loved intimately, rather than only adored from afar.

When a powerful man lures her away from her temple, she’s thrilled at the chance for an adventure. Her adventure quickly becomes a nightmare when the handsome vizier mummifies her alive. Pure of heart and body, she’s the warrior he foresees will battle a demonic pharaoh if ever he awakens. Khepri’s sure he’s insane, until she awakens in a distant future. Alone and needing a guide in this strange and garish new world, she turns to the troubled man who set her free…

When New Orleans police detective Justin Henry Boucher is called to the Garden Museum to investigate stolen Egyptian artifacts, it’s not exactly the adrenaline rush he used to get working a homicide. But with a reprimand on his record and a sorrow he can’t shake, he will take what he can get – as long as he can keep his badge. What he doesn’t count on is having to keep his cool when he finds one of the priceless artifacts – a golden-skinned goddess wrapped in fabric like a mummy, left to die and needing his help. She’s a mystery he’s determined to unravel. She might also be the cure for his lonely heart.

About Delilah Devlin

Delilah Devlin is an award-winning author with a rapidly expanding reputation for writing deliciously edgy stories with complex characters. Whether creating dark, erotically-charged paranormal worlds or richly descriptive westerns that ring with authenticity, Delilah Devlin “pens in uncharted territory that will leave the readers breathless and hungering for more…”
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10 Responses to When I’m not writing about cowboys…

  1. Clare O'Beara says:

    So with the serial, have you finished writing or do you make it up as you go along, so we’re reading a work in progress? (Thinks… if it was finished she’d release it as a book…)

  2. Porchia Gilbreath says:

    I just got it looking forward to reading it all.

    Sent from my iPhone

  3. Clare! I’m still writing Part 4–and there are a total of 8, so much can change! And Montlake wanted this to be a serial release. They are doing it on purpose, not because I don’t have it all written. 🙂

  4. Porchia! Hope you enjoy and I’d love to get your feedback!

  5. Mary Preston says:

    I always loved serial comic books as a child. My Mother used to have them sent over from England. I love the idea of a Kindle serial.

  6. eli yanti says:

    Good luck on the series 🙂

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