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Monday, September 3, 2012

Dance on Fire: Flash Point Cover Revealed

Greetings and salutations, Fire Enthusiasts. I really love to talk about anything other than me, unless I really have something new to say. Today I have something new to show you.

There really hasn't been much to discuss in the last year while I waited on others with regard to my writing career. Now that I no longer have anyone but myself to rely upon, I have been busy pulling myself up from my own bootstraps, as they say. My debut ebook is on Amazon now. The reviews have been great so far, and I appreciate everyone who has taken the time to post one. I am currently busy getting this second edition of my vampire debut released as a paperback. At the same time, my sequel Dance on Fire: Flash Point has been line-edited and beta-tested, and is now in the hands of a professional editor. I should be hearing back from her in the next few weeks. I am pushing for an October release for the ebook and shortly thereafter for the paperback version.

Without further ado, here - at long last - is the cover:

Many thanks to Author and Artist Sue Midlock for taking my words and turning it into the cover art. Well done, my friend.

Dance on Fire: Flash Point

Five years after the death of their only child Tiffany, Steve and Angie Rosen receive an unexpected guest to their Morro Bay, California home: their daughter. She comes with a tale of having suffered a terrible head wound in the fire that took their Kingsburg home, causing her loss of memory and migraine headaches that force her to hide from daylight in order to prevent. Tiffany's reemergence is treated like Manna from Heaven; however, her story is only half true. Tiffany is a vampire and their daughter in name only. She sleeps during the day and hunts for human blood during the night, and has come back to enact a twisted revenge upon those who ruined the plans of her master, the notorious vampire, Vincent. And she is not alone.

Five years after the terrible events that reshaped the Swedish Village, Kingsburg lies unsuspecting as five vampires descend upon her with a great evil in their black hearts.

Five years after old wounds have finally healed and the old fires were thought extinguished, Police Chief Michael Lopez and Officer Mark Jackson and their families find themselves surrounded when fires blaze anew. The good vampire, Nathaniel, has pledged his service to these people, but he is no longer among them. He lives high in the Oregon Mountains near the California border, seeking whether God might have a place in His kingdom yet for him.

When Nathaniel discovers that Tiffany has returned, will he be too late to stop her? And will his desire to protect his friends destroy what God has begun in him?
It will all begin with a Flash Point.
We'll talk soon. 


  1. Hi Jimmy,

    Wow - that new cover sure is different and will definitely stand out. I really like it!
    Good luck with it and I hope your debut novel goes from strength to strength.


  2. Thank you James. It was your ideas that helped me create your cover. The book ( which I'll have to get) sounded so intriguing.

  3. Great cover Jimmy! Sounds awesome too! Good luck with everything!

  4. Fabulous cover, James, and very original. Exciting times ahead:))

  5. Congrats on the new cover and for doing the whole up-by-your-bootstraps thing. That takes courage!

    Thanks for following my blog. I'm now following yours. :-)

  6. Nice. I like the cover. It's simple (a good thing) but still has a charm to it. Looks great.

  7. Nifty cover, Jimmy. Looks like it's finally coming together. Considering that it took 20 years for the first one to go up, I think you're doing fine!

    Wishing you good luck. Hit me up for a guest post it you have time for it? Or at least let me post your new book on Lorelei's Muse (^;

  8. The cover is wonderful. So haunting. You've done such a great job picking yourself up by your bootstraps!


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