DUNCAN NEWS AND SO MUCH MORE!

November 21, 2011

Let’s start with DUNCAN (yes, please!) DUNCAN is now available from Amazon in PRINT and KINDLE. They haven’t dropped their print price yet, and probably won’t until BN.com starts shipping. BN.com’s price is lower, but they’re still only offering pre-orders. I expect that to update soon. I also expect Fictionwise to update eventually, but Fictionwise has that weird update schedule, so I just have to keep an eye on it.

In the meantime, though, lots of you have read DUNCAN and so many of you have posted or e-mailed to let me know you loved him. I have the best readers in the world!!

I also received my first reviews for DUNCAN this week. First from Dot at La Deetda Reads. Dot has been a wonderful supporter of my Vampires from the very beginning, and I’m happy to say she loved Duncan and Emma. You can check out her review HERE, but here’s a taste …

Reynolds takes us on a roller coaster of emotions and delivers reading satisfaction. She can write rings around so many of today’s authors. She develops her characters to the point where we live in their skin.

My second review was from RomFan Reviews, who gave DUNCAN Five Hunks (that’s like five stars, but with half naked men!) You can read the full review HERE, but here’s a snippet …

D.B. Reynolds is on a roll I could not put Duncan down it was full of thrills, humor and of course romance. I strongly suggest you read not just Duncan but every book in this series you will not be disappointed.

By the way, I’m doing an Interview and Giveaway at RomFan today. The giveaway is any one of my books, winner’s choice, print or Kindle, and it’s open internationally. There’s a tiny hint about LUCAS in the interview, too, so DROP BY and say “Hi!”

In other news, SOPHIA has been nominated for Best PNR – Vampire (2011) by The Romance Reviews. The competition is really stiff in that category, as always, but it’s nice to be nominated. You can cast your vote for SOPHIA HERE. You’ll have to page through the other categories, but it’s BEST PNR – VAMPIRE (2011)

And in more “other” news, Vampire Book Club is asking readers to nominate the best book they’ve read this year … just in case you want to stop by and nominate SOPHIA or DUNCAN. 🙂 HERE’s the LINK.

On a more practical note, there’s been some question about the PDF version of DUNCAN sold by the ImaJinn Books site. Apparently, readers objected in the past that including the cover art made the file too big and too slow, so ImaJinn stopped including the cover in their PDF’s. But for DUNCAN, some readers were unhappy at not getting the cover art (‘cuz he’s so handsome!) My editor wanted me to pass this on to you … If you received a version without the cover, and you’d like one WITH the cover, you can send ImaJinn your order number and they’ll send you a link to download the book with the cover. You can email ImaJinn at orders@imajinnbooks.com.

Okay, exciting news and business out of the way … I’m still pounding away on my NaNoWriMo project. I got a little behind early in the month, because of DUNCAN’s release, but I’ve caught up with that now, and am right on track to finish my 50K. Of course, after that, I’m going to need to take the month of December off, but what the heck, right? 😀

And Winter has officially landed in my neck of the woods. A little early, I know, but we’ve had three rain storms in as many weeks, and I’m typing this with my fingerless gloves on to keep my hands warm. I even brought my patio chair covers in last night, which makes it official. Summer is over. And apparently, so is Fall, I don’t care what the calendar says.

And finally, this week is Thanksgiving for those of us living in the U.S. I’m actually cooking this year … what was I thinking? But I’m ready (almost.) I’ll do my final grocery shopping on Tuesday — gotta avoid Wednesday at all costs. It’s a zoo. And by Thursday, I’ll be cooking turkey and stuffing and my favorite food in all the world, mashed potatoes. Yum.

I wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving, and if you don’t celebrate it, then I wish you a very happy Fall, wherever you are.

See you all back here next Sunday!

DBR

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8 Responses to “DUNCAN NEWS AND SO MUCH MORE!”

  1. Lillian Says:

    I love Duncan! He is one of my favorites, after Raphael of course! I couldn’t put the book down! I’m really looking forward to sexy Lucas!
    Happy Thanksgiving! =>

  2. Roxanne Says:

    Great interview on RomFan Reviews. Best news was more the eight books. I tried and tried and tried to leave a comment, BUT it kept on telling me “URL contains illegal characters” so I can not leave a comment– but here it is for you!
    –Can not wait to get my copy of Duncan! He was always a steady rock in all the previous books,looking forward to where his life ? will lead. This series is a CLASSY paranormal read. Leaves Twight in the dust – no pun intended.
    Oh boy, more then eight books in the serie. Great news to start a Monday morning.

  3. Jan Says:

    Here in Indy, it’s not quite winter, but autumn is winding down fast: leaves are off the trees. Naked trees aren’t so fun.
    Glad Duncan is being well received. Again, great job!
    Happy Thanksgiving!


  4. I reviewed DUNCAN today on http://ladeetdareads.wordpress.com

    Happy Thanksgiving, Donna!!

  5. Lisa Says:

    Congratulations on the great Duncan reviews!

    Happy Thanksgivings!

  6. dbreynolds Says:

    I’ve e-mailed Annette about the Comments problem, so maybe check back later! The contest is open at least a week, though, so there’s time!

  7. Terrie Says:

    Hate to tell you all this, but I’m sweltering here in Queensland, Aust! Summer is well & truly here & Duncan just made it steamier! Thank you for a truly fabulous read & a wonderful addition to the series

    • dbreynolds Says:

      Ah, I always forget about the reverse seasons down under! I have a friend in Jindabyne who sends me winter skiing pictures in my summer, and talks about the Christmas barbeque on the beach! 😀


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