First there was THE DEMON IN ME. Then SOMETHING WICKED. Now it’s the official release day for THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC. Hooray!!! The third and final book in the Living in Eden trilogy was a blast to write and I’m so happy it’s finally out there. I hope readers find the finale to Eden and Darrak’s story to be a fun ride!
Check out my interview with “Rocco” that will be posting today on catsbooksmorecats.blogspot.com. There’s a signed copy of TOBM up for a commenter to win! I’ve never been interviewed by a cat before. It was awesome.
I’m on vacation today through the end of the week and won’t be taking my laptop with me (withdrawal should start in T-minus three, two, one…), so I thought I’d put up a contest here as well.
Post a comment for the CHANCE TO WIN a $20 Gift Card to your online retailer of choice. I’ll pick a winner at random on Friday, December 9, 2011 at 9:00 p.m. EST. Good luck! (If you’re viewing this post on a mirror site, please visit michellerowen.com/blog to enter)
Here’s a reminder of what THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC is all about…
When it comes to magic, sparks aren’t the only thing that can ignite…
Reluctant witch Eden Riley knows that codependent relationships aren’t good, but it’s hard to be independent when you’re possessed by a sexy but troublemaking demon. Darrak’s physical form makes good girl Eden want to go bad, but the constant itch to use the soul-destroying black magic she’s recently acquired might force Eden to explore her dark side in an entirely different way.
When her dangerous magic starts manifesting itself without conscious effort, Darrak insists she seek outside help—which also leads them to the potential answer to ending the demon’s curse. Suddenly, everything starts spiraling completely out of control, threatening both her life and the possibility of a future with Darrak—since only one of them might be able to survive this…
You can check out the first three chapters RIGHT HERE!
Also, I wrote a Dear Reader letter for the Penguin website. There just MIGHT be a typo in it. But I think it adds a bit of personality.
Anyway, I really hope if you get a copy of the book that you enjoy it! I’ve enjoyed writing Darrak a lot (oh, and Eden too, of course — but Darrak, um, more), and I’m going to miss him (them) a lot. You just can’t go wrong with a funny, sexy demon hero in my opinion!