In the interest of better organization and not losing comments on the site (for some reason, my email sucks some notifications into the vast black hole of the internet)…

Readers (and other writers) can almost always catch me:
on Goodreads
on Facebook
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or email me at kari (AT) karigregg {DOT} com

If you want to discuss any of my books or whatever I happen to be working on at the moment, I have a Q&A group at Goodreads!

Or feel free to leave me a comment below. 😀

96 Responses to Contact/Q&A

  1. Dawn says:

    Oh, my gosh! Just finished In the Red—-loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When are you going to write Jason’s story????????????????????????????????

  2. Terry Shrader says:

    I just read your interview at ARE. I’m thrilled to find a writer from WVa! (actually, I have no idea where most writers are from) I live in SW Va, in the mountains like you and love it. I have no idea why someone would chose to live on flat land. My Grandfather was a coal miner in WVa. Anyway, I felt immediate kinship with you and your books sound way cool. I am ordering them shortly for my kindle-I love to read m/m romance, and my kindle is a way to do so discreetly anywhere. Not that I’m ashamed of reading it, but the privacey is nice. So, I’m rambling on….nice to ‘meet’ you and I look forward to reading your books. Kudos for running the food bank!

  3. yvette says:

    I just finished In the Red and it was wonderful. Any ideas when the sequal will come out? I can’t believe we were left hanging….I so did not want it to end. Love your books and looking forward to many more, but especially a sequal 🙂

  4. Dawn says:

    Got a release date on Plunder, yet???

  5. Kim says:

    Is there going to be a sequal to”Lovely Wicked”? I would love to know if Sam comes back.

  6. eliza says:

    Hi just finished reading I Omega again it is just one of these books that you go back to time and time again do you intend a follow up ? .

  7. eliza says:

    Hi Kari,
    I have been trying to buy a book of yours through Loose-id but i can not get on to the web page to buy it have they moved their page if so do you know what the new page is Many thanks Eliza

    • Kari says:

      Hey, Eliza! Loose Id’s host was changing servers when complications arose, which they are working to resolve as quickly as possible. I haven’t checked my email yet, but should be soon. In the meantime, my LI titles are all still available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, ARe, and at other vendors. Sorry about the inconvenience!!! 🙁

  8. Andrea says:

    I really enjoy your books, especially the m/m with bdsm. Keep up the writing looking forward to you new book ‘spoils of war:plunder’

  9. Krista says:

    Will there be an In the Red sequel? I keep hoping I’ll see something about it.

  10. lydia says:

    just finished plunder which was out of this world. i know you have several fires going but will these two have another follow up story? thanks for the great reads. lydia

  11. Pat says:

    I love Collared. Is there any chance that there will be a sequel to Connor, David and Emmett’s story or one that might be in the same alternate reality but with other people?

  12. Holly says:

    I’m with Pat! I just finished Collared and OMG I hope there is going to be a sequel with Connor, David and Emmett. *crosses fingers* Are there any plans for a follow up?

    Happy New Year 🙂

    • Holly says:

      Woo hoo! Scratch that! I just found your comment about Collared 2. SQUEE.

      You are a new author to me; I literally just found, bought and read Collared tonight but I will definitely be picking up your other books (and eagerly awaiting Collared 2!). 🙂

  13. Moona says:

    Hello! I have read I, Omega, Collared, You Melted Me, The Importance of Being Denny, Spoils of War, and Plunder. My favorite is I, Omega and I was wondering if you were going to write a second story. I love Cal and Gabriel more than all your other characters.
    I ask this because I don’t follow up on author’s websites or blogs and I looked on your I, Omega page. I really hope there is another book.

  14. Margaret says:

    When are you going to get to the sequel to in the red, cause there’s still a lot of unanswered questions

  15. equeenox says:

    I have read I omega and to tell ya the truth I was very disappointed with the fact that when the omega finnally understood his role and import the story was over. Based on that one thing I’m really afraid to read any of your other books. Its pretty much my standard that I avoid buying books that end just when the getting is good. Any chance you have some full length stories I could read?

  16. Helena Jansen says:

    Hi Kari, do you have an estimated time of release for your Porno cats….? I love the fact that your work has a story and substance building a world that is tight…they are enjoyable to read and reread so I’m waiting with bated breath now I’ve read the pornocats excerpt….
    thanks, Helena

    • Kari says:

      Glad you liked the excerpt! I have a tentative release date, but I don’t want to make the announcement yet because it could change. How about late summer as a general ballpark? The date may shift a bit, but I don’t think it’ll wander far from there. 🙂

      • Helena Jansen says:

        Just let me know when…I’d like a copy….like now…or tomorrow at the latest….. 🙂 ….seriously if there is a waiting list for the book just add me to your captive audience…..

  17. Sarah says:

    Not long finished reading Field Guide to a Hunt aka Pornocats. Loved it, not my favourite, that would have to be Collared or I, Omega, both of which i must have read at least 6 times now! I know you’ve worked on Collared 2, any idea when this will be out as i can’t wait to see what happens next between Connor, David and Emmett.

    Always so pleased when i get to read a new book from you as i love your style of writing, you make the characters come alive. Cant wait for the next book.

    Many Thanks


    • Kari says:

      Neither sequels to ITR and Collared are off the table, not at all, but I’m not currently working either of those projects. For now, I’m revising my old Noble titles for reissue and writing 2 novels, one a shifter story (though a different world than IO’s) and a fantasy. I haven’t settled on what I’ll work on once the novels and reissues have rolled out. A sequel, most likely, but I don’t know which one yet. Clear as mud, I know. Sorry! 🙁

  18. Dawn says:

    Kari—I know you had a busy few months, but I’m dying to know…
    What are you working on next???

  19. Josie says:

    just finished Pretty Poison, LOVED it! Will there be a sequel? Pretty please 🙂

    • Kari says:

      I didn’t write Pretty Poison with any sort of kernel of a sequel idea in mind, tbh. It was always meant to be a stand-alone. There are just too many different and fun things you can do inside shifter mythos and world-building. Why limit myself to one flavor when I can have the whole buffet? LOL

  20. Storm says:

    i’ve read Omega and really liked rules of that world. the relationships, the pack inner workings. for a very long time i wanted to read more about that particular setting. i was thrilled to see another book about werewolves! that being Pretty Poison. however, with each passing page i’m fighting not to put it down. only my ocd compels to finish it now. male pregnancy? really? i mean, how is that male/male relationship romance when one of them clearly has ovaries and vag at the end? just tag it M+F… i’m deeply confused about buttsex babies.

    • Kari Gregg says:

      Mpreg stories aren’t for everyone, I agree, but I simply don’t grasp the bewilderment over why a man couldn’t bear children inside a shifter mythos. I mean, you’re already buying that a human could change into a wolf, which would involve supernaturally creating (or subtracting) ribs & vertebrae, not to mention cones (in the eyes) and the more intense sense of smell, moving ears to the top of the head (rather than along the side as we humans have), growing a tail, etc, etc. If the human body can adapt and remold itself into the form of a wolf, then a shifter male can just as readily adapt and mold a womb for child-bearing.

      NOWHERE in Pretty Poison do I imply or suggest that Noah developed a vagina and I’m insulted that you would say so, frankly. If you didn’t like the mpreg, fine. We each have personal tastes and preferences and those tastes/preferences will not always agree. What a boring world it would be if we all liked the same things. I don’t appreciate the disparaging remarks simply because you don’t like what I (and many others) do, though. On par with kink-shaming, IMO, and that ain’t cool. I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy the mpreg element of Pretty Poison, but insisting mpreg means this MUST be a M/F story crosses the line. There are loads of M/M books, many of them beloved, that include mpreg. Mine wasn’t the first, nowhere near. And those stories are every bit M/M, same as mine.

      That said, I don’t see me writing more mpreg any time soon. It was a fun experiment and an interesting stretch of my what-if creative muscles, but not a trope/theme I feel especially drawn to return to. I felt mpreg made sense inside Pretty Poison’s world, but I’ve created plenty of other worlds where it wouldn’t/didn’t.

      • Storm says:

        this isn’t the firs time come across mpreg, either. it used to be fun feature when i was younger. though at some point i asked myself, if author wants to write about babies, why not just use female? in this setting no one even once cared that sub is a guy, and that their leader might be gay anyway. that brought no usual associated misfortunes either. but even then… that’s not the main thing that put me off. just biology. guy is a guy because he has no women parts. ever. easy as that. since its fantasy, of course you can get away with it. but (im sorry and i dont mean it as insult) at that point story lost all the believability. fantasy transformed into… hyper-fantasy for the lack of better word, and i could not relate to it as a human being anymore.

        moreover, as i mentioned, i was just hoping to find something different in that book. some of my frustration might be coming from that. i just learned to expect a little more serious works from you. and yes, i’m just as puzzled over other mpreg stories these days, too.

        in no way i came here to insult, it’s just one piece of feedback from one of the random readers on the internet. most of your content i like very much, so good luck with it.

        • Kari says:

          Like I said, the mpreg element just made sense to me for those characters and inside that particular world. I’m genuinely sorry you didn’t enjoy it. If you bought the book at Amazon, I encourage you to return it for a full refund. I normally don’t urge returns (I believe Amazon’s return policy is frequently abused), but a return seems warranted in this case.

          I hope you like the next book better! 🙂

      • Kelly says:

        Kari – I’m sorry you feel that way 🙁 I loved Pretty Poison and is the book which drew me to read other of your books. And re-read them over and over again. You have an awesome way of drawing readers into your stories if I can’t seem to settle on something to read I always go back to one of your books. Would love to see what happens with the character of Pretty Poison, Collared and To Tame a Wild Human.
        Thanks for listening.

  21. Altairjones says:

    Are you writing a new book soon, I’m such a fan! I own every one of your books, and re-read them often! Lol, amazing amazing talent, and I stalk your website waiting for a new release 😀

  22. Meredith says:

    Hi Kari,

    I just finished reading your book In the Red. It’s the third one that I read and I loved all of them! Are you going to write a squeal for it? I really want to hear more of Brian’s and Zachary’s story! 🙂

  23. Becky says:

    Love your books and I can’t wait for another one. BTW, I loved how you built the mpreg into Pretty Poison. I thought it really added something to the story, I wouldn’t mind reading another book set in that universe 🙂

  24. Jule Kijek says:

    Are you going to be writing more books in the Blood Oath series? I notice that there is only What Rough Beast and that was published in 2011.

    • Kari Gregg says:

      I haven’t worked in m/f since 2010. While WRB has certainly done robust business as a pirated book, it hasn’t sold 500 copies (total) in close to 4 years. Which ain’t so hot. For comparison purposes, my other novels have moved 4-5 figures — thousands of copies. Not hundreds. Certainly not low hundreds. A great many more readers are abusing voodoo dolls in my likeness over sequels to other books that have performed exponentially more strongly.

      In fact, I get the rights back to WRB next month and at least for the time being, my plan is to disappear it. Poof! Gone. It doesn’t fit the direction my career took into gay romance and at the rate WRB is selling, earning back the money I’d invest for a new cover (which isn’t much) would take a solid year. So unless something comes up to change my mind, I’ll probably let WRB go the way of the dinosaur.

      I loved that book. I truly did. By and large, readers haven’t, though. I apologize if this answer disappoints you. 🙁

  25. Toni says:

    I have just read Collared and really enjoyed it. Just wanted to know if we are getting any closer to a sequel as I want to know how the relationship develops between the three of them.

  26. Kristen says:

    I really liked your book You Melted Me. It would be awesome if you could expand on that, maybe like before the Christmas party, just a suggestion. Thanks for all the great stories.

    • Kari Gregg says:

      I hadn’t thought of expanding YMM. Is very short, yes, but I think of YMM as a window story — we catch a glimpse of the relationship at just the right moment in time. I’m glad you liked it!

  27. Dawn says:

    Just checking in on you! Hope you are doing well—-keep fighting, girl!!!!!

    • Kari says:

      I should write an update blog post, huh? Physically, I’m tolerating treatment extremely well. My seasonal allergies went berserker, true, but I’m over that hump now. More importantly, Mr. Lumpy has left the building and my medical team is optimistic about that. THANK GOD. Mentally…My treatment is made up of 2 different drug protocols in stages, the first supposedly being the most toxic & hardest. After I pushed through the first protocol with nary a blip, that the second might turn my brain into Swiss cheese didn’t occur to me. But it surely has. It’s both glorious and terrible all at once, Physically, I’m fine. Mentally, coherent & rational thought went out to lunch and came back drunk, Drunk, D-R-U-N-K, LOL. Everybody here, including me, is being a good sport about it, though. If, for example, even with my degree in computers, I order the wrong replacement part…twice. Oh well, still cheaper and less of a bother than taking our machines to a shop. 😉 If I live by lists and a kitchen timer to remind me to check the list, hey, bright side is I’m somewhat functional. This part (there are 4 parts) of my fight ends in July, only several more weeks to go. I should get back a lot of what I’ve lost then. Looking forward to being able to think properly again! I had to take time off from work because, with my brains on merry walkabout, I just didn’t trust myself to deliver the quality product I expect anymore. I miss writing SO MUCH. Also, an end to steroid-fueled shopping sprees would be massively helpful. My Visa is weeping. LOL

      Thank you for thinking of me and checking in! Means a lot to me, genuinely does. 😀 😀 😀

  28. lea says:

    Gosh, you do love to tease. I finished part one of For Whom the Heartstone Burns and damn a cliffhanger! You are evil please hurry with the next part I am dying to read the continuation!!!!

    • Kari says:

      I’m so happy you liked the first act of Heart Stone! I’m being super paranoid about Act 2: New Beginnings, I’m soooooo sorry! Treatment messed with my ability to think (short-term memory loss, word-dropping, etc) so I’m being very, very careful with this one (I take pride in my work — no excuses for a bad/weak story), but I hope to roll it out once things settle down, post-surgery. 🙂

  29. Dawn says:

    Just checking in on you again. There were improvements last time I checked in—hoping to hear more of the same! I know this has been tough, girlie–hang in there!!!!!

    • Kari says:

      I’m doing remarkably well, thank you for checking on me! Surgery is tomorrow, so unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), I expect to be heavily drugged and therefore, in the interests of not making a huge legally stoned embarrassment of myself, flying below the radar for a bit. This should be the last big, big thing for a while, though, and I’m looking forward to getting back in the swing of things. 😀

  30. Laura says:

    Just finished your book In the Red and, at first, was happy to see it was written several years ago because I figured surely the sequel would already be out. Was really disappointed to read that you don’t have any immediate plans for a sequel. I don’t blame you at all for not wanting to write sequels – no one likes to finish a story in one book more than me – but why didn’t you just finish the book the first time? I mean, sure, there are a lot of books where it would be nice to re-visit the characters. But In the Red basically ends in the middle of the original plot with the whole premise of the book unresolved. How about just put out one chapter tying up the story – divulge who it was that had Brian and let the “FBI” arrest them all. Throw Brian and Zachary into witness protection to live happily every after……at least there would be some semblance of a conclusion…..

    • Kari says:

      To me, In the Red is a finished story because, above and beyond anything else, first and foremost, it is a romance and Zachary and Brian resolved the problems that were driving a wedge between them as a couple by story’s end. Were they in a perfect state of romantic bliss? No, but they loved and had committed to each other. In my experience, perfect states of romantic bliss rarely (if ever) happen and it’s the love & commitment to work out problems that’s the key to any relationship. By the end of ITR, I had every confidence Brian and Zachary would make it as a couple, despite any difficulties they might face.

      Revealing who had abducted and tortured Brian, including an arrest, at the end also wouldn’t have logical to that story IMO. No one believed Brian, instead believing his “paranoia” another symptom of his PTSD. If it was easy to identify the real bad guys, that would’ve made the disbelief of his colleagues, family, friends, and peers shallow and IMO not logically coherent. If catching the bad guys was possible, Brian (being a competent sort despite his PTSD) simply would have proven who the bad guys were rather than burying himself in western Maryland. He wouldn’t have uprooted his life unless he had no other choice. He didn’t prove the bad guys were still out there and he was in danger, though, because he couldn’t. Brian needed something more, evidence he did not yet possess, to prove his fears weren’t irrational before anyone would believe him. He got that piece of evidence at the end of ITR, the warning phone calls from an insider of the true bad guys. His peers believed him then so the full resources of the FBI (not to mention Brian’s skills, as well as Zachary’s) could be focused where it needed to be. An arrest tacked onto the end of In the Red would’ve cheapened everything Brian had gone through (his inability to prove to others that the bad guys were still out there and would come after him if those bad guys believed Brian might expose them) and would’ve made him professionally incompetent IMO. I’m not arguing that the story wouldn’t be enriched by seeing more, including an arrest. I just don’t think a chapter tacked at the end of ITR would’ve done it — or Brian — justice.

      My short & long term career plans for 2015 and beyond got messed up, horribly messed up. Early in 2015, I had thought to work on a follow-up of ITR (as well as an IO prequel) so I got those rights back from Loose Id. Not that LI wouldn’t have welcomed a sequel and prequel of both stories. I’m sure they would’ve been interested in seeing that, but for my own reasons, I wanted to do those myself. It was still too far off to even mention an ITR follow-up to anyone, but I had begun making moves in that direction. Then, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and my whole life, including my professional life, was upended.

      I understand your frustration and I am truly sorry for it. I was making plans, even if I was still being very cagey about those plans in public. Real life just got in the way. 🙁

      • Laura says:

        I should have responded here but didn’t notice the “reply” option until after I had posted below. Since I am replying “again,” I will take this opportunity to tell you that Collared has got to be one of the hottest books I have ever read. Loved it. Thanks for your “lack of shyness” in your writing. (LOL)

  31. kaitlan says:

    I’ve read a little tease of your book collared and I have to read it all. problem is I can’t find a paperback copy, only ebooks. Does it exist in paperback?

  32. Laura says:

    Thanks so much for your response and your explanation of some of your thoughts regarding In The Red. My heart goes out to you for you dealing with breast cancer, and I can surely understand how health issues like that put so many other things in life into a different perspective. I hope you’re doing better, and I hope we’ll see a lot more from you in the years to come. I love your books and your writing style – so hot!! Sending best wishes that you have much better days ahead. Take care!!

    • Kari says:

      Thank you! I am, slowly, working my way back. Not that I’m done with my treatment plan. I won’t be done with everything until Nov/Dec-ish, not sure what the date is on that yet. But I’m over the hump, I think. In fact, I’m going back to writing today! I expect to be slow, as I’m still achy from surgery, and will probably very distracted. But mentally & emotionally, I just can’t stand not working. I need that. So! Hopefully, I’ll be able to get back up to speed sooner rather than later. 🙂

  33. Remi rou says:

    I just read one of your books for the first time. Pretty poison Is a great book, I was wondering if there were any other books that followed story line? And if yes what they may be. Your other books can they be read in any order?

    • Kari says:

      Yes, they can all be read in any order — except Spoils of War and the sequel to it, Plunder. Really, those 2 can be read out of order too, but I think those 2 stories are richer if you read Spoils first.

      As for stories inside Pretty Poison’s shifter world…I haven’t written any more for that specific shifter mythos, no, I’m sorry. If you like shifters, I have 2 other shifter stories — I, Omega and Tame a Wild Human. The worlds for both of those shifter worlds are all very different, though. One of the things I love about writing shifters is that there are so many different options, creatively, to how shifter worlds can work. I adore coming up with different shifter worlds and playing with the rules for how each world works. In fact, I’m working on a 4th different shifter story & mythos alongside the 2nd Act of Heart Stone right now. 🙂

  34. Dawn says:

    I hope you are doing well! Will we be able to look forward to something new from you this spring?

    Take care!

    • Kari says:

      Yep! My new shifter story, Stray, will go in the beginning of March and Act Two: New Beginnings will roll out soon thereafter. Covers, blurbs, and mayhap a sample coming soon, I promise. I’m. so. EXCITED!!! LOL

  35. Virginia Fusco says:

    I am beyond pleased that new stories are coming. I’ve been haunting you’re website this past year hoping for good news. I trust this burst of creativity means that things are going well with you. I truly do wish you all the best now and in the future. You have given so much pleasure to me and so many others.

    • Kari says:

      Sorry for the delay in replying — I think my spam filter catches some of the notices. 🙁 Anyway, thank you and yep, I’m trucking along peachy these days. I have problems concentrating sometimes, but for the most part, I’m good. And very, very glad to be able to write again. 🙂

  36. Lea says:

    So glad you are okay Kari! I have been hoping and praying that you were alright.Strays was amazing by the way. Do you have any updates on For Whom the Heart stone Burns? Anyways glad you are better.

    • Kari says:

      Thanks! I’m happy to have turned the corner and be able to write again more than I can possibly say. I’m working on New Beginnings (the sequel to Safe Travels of Heart Stone) now. I have to admit I was having unexpected concentration problems when Stray released, sort of a chemo fog flare-up I’m ascribing to my inability to multi-task, but if BC taught me anything, it’s to roll with whatever life hands me, just keep rolling. Whatever, the point is New Beginnings is coming. Depending on schedules in production, of course, but I can’t imagine it taking longer than a month, on the outside. So…soon. 🙂

  37. Dawn says:

    Just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed Stray! You definitely haven’t lost your touch telling a good story!

    Take care!

    • Kari says:

      Thank you! Glad you liked my new shifters! Also very glad to have stapled my brains back into my head TO write my new shifers, LOL.

  38. Kiah says:

    I really enjoyed spoils of war and plunder!!! I was wondering if we will ever hear more about Micah and Eli?

  39. Rebecca says:

    Hi Kari,
    I have just recently found your books. Collared was my first and OMG it was amazing! I have actually read it twice already. I loved the D/s in the plot. It was very arresting.The only downside to it was that it kind of ended abruptly. After reading some of the comments on here, I am happy to know that you are planning a sequel for Collared. Just wondering if there are any more of your books that are similar to Collared. I have Pretty Poison, just haven’t read it yet, but I am looking forward to reading it.

  40. Dawn Adams says:

    Just checking in to on you and making sure everything is okay! I’m sure that I’m not the only one bouncing up and down waiting for your next book… Hopefully your imagination is working overtime for us!!!!

    Have a happy 4th of July!

  41. Karen says:

    Hi Kari, Hope all is good with you. Just wanted to ask as I’ve finished re-reading In The Red whether you will be doing a sequel in the future. Love your books you are an auto buy for me. Thank you. Karenxxx

  42. jo snodgrass says:

    Hi Kari, so great that you are healthy and back to writing! Wonderful news!

    My question regards the re-release of An Unauthorized Field Guide to the Hunt:
    I have the 1st edition of this book, is this a revised and rewritten version with added content or just a re-edited version?

    Thanks for all your help and thank you for all the great hours of reading!!!

    hugs from your fan,

    • Kari says:

      The Field Guide is just a reissue — no added content. Only the cover has changed. If you bought it before, there’s no need whatsoever to buy it again. HTH! 🙂

  43. Dawn Adams says:

    Do we get to look forward to anything new before the end of the year? Hope you are doing well!


    • Kari says:

      Hi, Dawn!

      New Beginnings (Heart Stone, Act 2) should be coming out any day now. Unfortunately, that one took longer than expected due to scheduling difficulties with my production peeps. 🙁 I’m working on a shifter novel and hope to have it out by year’s end, but alas, that might depend on production timing too. A hazard of having a book gone over a time or ten — I won’t move on a project until I’m satisfied it’s the best I’m capable of, which sometimes means waiting for people I trust most to help me pull that off.

      On the bright side, readers can count on my books being more than some ugly first draft. 😉

      • Dawn Adams says:

        Just wanted you to know that you were right—-this book was well worth the wait! Hope I don’t pester you too much, but I do like looking forward to what is coming next!


        • Kari says:

          Thanks — I’m happy you liked it! Next up is my Great Kindle Unlimited Experiment. I’m temporarily moving 4 of my books onto KU (3 are already there as we speak, but shh, I”m waiting on the 4th before I officially say anything), see what all the fuss is about. 😉

  44. Dawn Adams says:

    Just wanted to pop in and wish you Happy Holidays!


  45. Dawn Adams says:

    Just wondering if Nox is coming soon?

    Anxiously waiting!

    • Kari says:

      VERY soon. Could be a matter of days, just depends on how quickly I get the file back from a final LE (line edit) sweep and proofing. If it tells you anything, I’m beginning the marketing tasks of production, such as updating my newsletter subscriber database, drafting the new release script *for* the newsletter and my blog, list of reviewers to send requests to, etc. Which reminds me…why in the hell is my Coming Soon tab not showing up??? When did that happen? Fixing that is another item on today’s to-do list. Gah. Give me a few minutes, though, and I’ll upload the new cover to the tab, soon as I fix it. This cover is AMAZING. I generally dislike most of my covers, no matter what I say in public (LOL), but oh, this one. Fantastic! Fits of giddy joy at this cover, hand to God. Lou Harper did it for me and OMG, so much LOVE.

      Anyhoo, yeah. Soon, very, very. In fact, if you haven’t signed up for my new release newsletter, I invite you to do so, rapidly, because I’ll be giving away a free copy of One Last Try to a random subscriber. 😀

  46. Valerie Barden says:

    Just finished Last Try. Great job. Loved it. Keep writing!!

  47. Jennifer says:

    I’ve had your book Half a Million Dead Cannibals on my TBR list for a while and today I went to go buy it and I can’t seem to find it anywhere! Is this book gone for good or will it be reissued at some point?

    • Kari says:

      Hi, Jennifer! So sorry Dead Cannibals is off the market, but I swear it’s only temporary. I plan to reissue it with a new cover by Halloween. I know that’s a few months down the road. I’d offer you a freebie for the inconvenience, but I don’t have the new cover for it yet. 🙁

  48. Donna says:

    Just wanted to send you a big HELLO from here in central West Virginia! Getting ready to start One Last Try for a challenge on the GR M/M group! *grin*

    • Kari says:

      Ha! That’s GREAT! I live in the eastern panhandle now, but I’m from central WV (Gilmer County). In fact, I’m planning to be down for Folk Festival next weekend. Hope you like OLT and tell everyone in the MMR group I said hey. 😉

  49. Dawn says:

    Will you have another book out this year? I always look forward to something new from you!


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