Is there anyone left who hasn't heard about Charlie's THIRDS series? Probably not! I came to it late and read the first few books one after the other. *Hooked* *SO hooked*
I picked up a spare THIRDS bag at GRL... so, watch this space and I will be posting a competition in the near future to win the bag and some other goodies.
At the bottom of this post Charlie sums up the year and looks forward to 2016.
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Hell & High Water (THIRDS book 1)
When homicide detective Dexter J. Daley’s testimony helps send his partner away for murder, the consequences—and the media frenzy—aren’t far behind. He soon finds himself sans boyfriend, sans friends, and, after an unpleasant encounter in a parking garage after the trial, he’s lucky he doesn’t find himself sans teeth.
Dex fears he’ll get transferred from the Human Police Force’s Sixth Precinct, or worse, get dismissed. Instead, his adoptive father—a sergeant at the Therian-Human Intelligence Recon Defense Squadron otherwise known as the THIRDS—pulls a few strings, and Dex gets recruited as a Defense Agent.
Dex is determined to get his life back on track and eager to get started in his new job. But his first meeting with Team Leader Sloane Brodie, who also happens to be his new jaguar Therian partner, turns disastrous. When the team is called to investigate the murders of three HumaniTherian activists, it soon becomes clear to Dex that getting his partner and the rest of the tightknit team to accept him will be a lot harder than catching the killer—and every bit as dangerous.
Charlie sums up the year and looks forward
Hello all! Thank you so much for stopping by, and a big thank you to RJ for having me! Are you excited about the new year as I am? It’s funny how the ending of one year and beginning of another can have such an impact on us. It hits midnight, and we’re facing a world of possibilities. For many, it’s like a clean slate. A chance to do what you wanted to do the previous year, but for some reason or another weren’t able to.
For me, a new year is exciting because there’s just so much to look forward to! I’m not one to set resolutions, because they’ve never worked for me. I’m more of a short-term and long-term goal setter. I write down things I hope to accomplish in the coming year, and work out what I need to do to accomplish those goals.
In 2016 I’ll be attending the RT Booklovers convention for the first time. I’m even on a panel. Am I nervous? You bet. It’s my biggest convention yet. This year I decided it was time. Time to take the next step in my career. Next year is all about moving forward, about taking what I learned in 2015 about myself, my writing, the genre, and expanding on that. Growth is important, not just on a professional level, but a personal one. Here’s to a new year of love, laughter, and endless possibilities!