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My outline for tweaking the Bayshore Witch Legacy series arc is growing by the day! In other news, I'm changing up a few things (what's new, right?). I just have to keep trying things out until I find a system that actually works for me.
First of all, I was getting so many obnoxious spam messages on my Facebook page that I had to turn off messaging for the page. I didn't WANT to do it, but I had to. If you want to message me about something related to my writing, prize deliveries (I'm still slogging through them, btw), new giveaway opportunities, etc. that you WOULD have messaged me about via my Facebook page, you'll now have to text message me at 850-565-9086 about them. Just let me know you're a C. J. Beaumont fan and what you're messaging about so I can help you out ASAP! You can also feel free to message me at that number for word count check-ins, etc. If you'd rather not text message, you can email me via the button below instead.
Secondly, all prize deliveries are going to come direct from Amazon now, which means if you won multiple prizes, they may show up in separate boxes, etc. If you won a signed copy of one of my paperback books, the book will deliver directly from Amazon, and I will mail you a hand-signed bookplate for it.
Speaking of mail, I'd still like to send random fans snail mail every now and again. If you'd like to receive surprise snail mail from me, or if you'd like to make it easier for me to deliver prizes to you without having to email and ask for your address, you can fill out the form linked in the button below to do so.
thank you for READING AND being a part of my life.
xo, c. j.
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A hot-blooded dragon princess forced to marry a monster. A wolf shifter cop with nothing to lose.
ALIX I’ve always been in love with Zack, ever since we were kids. We grew up, grew apart, and he left our shifter world to live with the humans. I never wanted to be with anyone else. I’d stay a virgin for the rest of my life if I couldn’t have the one I wanted. But Vardok Caligo had other plans for me. He was a monster, a king who would destroy my family’s lands in a heartbeat. And he wants me to marry him...or else everyone I love will die. When I ran away to my brother’s nightclub in New York, I never expected to find Zack again. Now he’s the only chance I have to escape the nightmare Vardok has created.
ZACK She was just a kid, my best friend’s little sister, but I secretly loved her anyway. Alix was literally a princess. I was a wolf adopted by her family. It’d never work out. So I moved on and moved away, spending my life looking for the one woman who could replace her. No one ever did. When she turns up in New York, it’s like a second chance. She’s more beautiful than ever. And more demanding. But I’ll move Hell itself to keep her safe. And if that means falling in love with her along the way… ...then sign me up.
Can an undercover cop and a stubborn princess defeat the growing evil in the shifter world? Or will she become the Queen of Darkness?
It wasn’t the worst day of my life when I met West Murrtham, but it certainly wasn’t one of my finer moments. I wasn’t what he needed in a woman: a hot mess and married. With a kid. As the life I knew crumbled around me, I was lucky for his friendship. I got to know him better, and I wanted more.
Too bad he wasn’t into kids.
I’ve never been the relationship kind of guy, but had I met Nellie Sturges earlier in life, that may not have been the case. Life threw us together when she was unavailable. Or so I originally thought.
When she found a way out of her abysmal marriage, I was already infatuated with her, under her spell. She and her daughter were a package deal.
With my heart on board, could I get my head past the fear of being a parent and be the man they both needed?