Get My Book For Free!

My book Emissary of the Devil: Testimony of the Damned is free! Just click the link to claim your copy!

https://www.instafreebie.com/free/IVTnIEmissary Cover

Advertisements

My Book is FREE on Amazon :)

You can pick up a copy of my newest book, Emissary of the Devil: Testimony of the Damned, for FREE today! Today is the last day to snatch it up. It will never be free again on Amazon!

US: http://amzn.to/2uDgOBa

 

You can also read a sample of Testimony by clicking the US link!

Happy Reading!

The Blurb:

Centuries ago, Brax committed unforgivable sins, killing his lover and himself, and to escape eternal damnation, he made a bargain with the Devil. Now a demon, he roams the earth, corrupting and collecting souls for Hell’s infernal legions in anticipation of the coming apocalypse. And he is very, very good at what he does.

When he is given the special assignment of corrupting Maggie Westbrook, a seemingly timid high school senior who also happens to be one of the Nephilim. Brax believes his goal of commanding his own legion in Hell’s army is finally within his reach. Maggie isn’t just any Nephilim; she’s the lamb who will break the seals that will usher in Armageddon, and her corruption will tip the scales of that final battle towards Hell.

But he quickly finds that the job will be more difficult than he first anticipated. For one thing, he has competition in the form of the demon Corbin Black, whose powers of corruption rival his own. And Maggie is not unguarded, as the Nephilim and host of Heaven will do everything they can to stop him. Most disconcerting, though, is Maggie herself. From the moment Brax first sees her, he is drawn to her purity and innocence, and as he comes to know her, long-forgotten emotions begin to rise within him, emotions he hasn’t felt for centuries…

While Testimony is an epic story of good and evil battling for control of an innocent soul, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance, it’s also the more personal story of a deeply flawed man trying as hard as he can to overcome the devastating sins of his past and find true love and redemption.

This book contains mature themes, violence, drug use, drinking, and sexual situations. Reader discretion is advised.

Emissary Cover

An Update! Books, Contests, Cover Reveal, Thing-a-ma-bobs–All the Going-ons and Happenings in my World!

It’s been a spell–again. Sorry about that. I seriously get sidetracked.

I’ll be brief! I’m up for best fantasy author for the Reality Bites Book Awards. Here’s the link to vote for me, K.G. Reuss

https://www.facebook.com/events/134797490353019/permalink/134801600352608/

My book, Emissary of the Devil, is up for best Paranormal Romance. Here’s the link to vote for it:

https://www.facebook.com/events/134797490353019/permalink/134815340351234/

In other news, I’m about 61,000 words into For Ever! I’ve also finished the first draft of Gunny Perkins: Nerd! Woo! I should be finishing the first draft for For Ever by tomorrow night (situations permitting, of course!).

Emissary of the Devil: Gospel of the Divine is on hold while I finish up For Ever. I have been writing scenes here and there and have roughly 1/4 of the book written.

I started a newsletter! It goes out once a month. I promise I won’t spam you. Seriously, I forget to post here. Trust me when I say you have nothing to fear in subscribing to my newsletter! Here’s the link:

https://tinyletter.com/authorkgreuss

Emissary of the Devil: Testimony of the Damned is available on Amazon/Kindle Unlimited!

The Chronicles of Winterset: Oracle is also available on Amazon for 99 cents. Yay, right?

I have a street team if you find yourself interested in joining up! By being in my group, you get to read excerpts from my upcoming books and get various little tidbits before anyone else! Join me!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/137882470090240/

Oh, since I’m here. . .

Here’s the cover reveal for Among the Dead: For Ever. It has a tentative release date of Friday, October 13th, 2017!

EVER FINAL COVERThat’s the news! Thanks for reading!

I FINALLY had a breakthrough on For Ever, the next book I’m working on! Come, read what the series title is going to be!

This feels a little bit like my diary–only I don’t tell you about the boy I’m crushing on or how my bff really pissed me off by my locker at lunch.

Instead, I write ridiculously “short” bits about my books. Today, I’m going to share with you the series title to my next bunch of books! Yay! Totally exciting, right? Yes? No? Maybe?

Well, if you’re still here, then I know you’re at least a little bit curious. So, let’s do this! /chest bumps randies enthusiastically on the interwebs!

My next series is called. . .(I’m drumrolling here!)

Among the Dead

Woooooooooooooooooooo! /fist pump /screams in excitement /fangirls all over /swoon

Ok. Ok. Ok. I get it. It’s a little exciting but not enough to go hog wild over. That’s cool. I’m still going to be over here dancing. . .poorly.

The first book in the series is called Among the Dead: For Ever

For Ever? What Huh say wat?

Yes, I intended for it to be two words. Ever Torres is the main character in the story. It’s partially based on a true story. Then again, most of my stories are 😉 Wink, wink. Nudge, nudge.

Anywaaaay, For Ever is the first installment in the Among the Dead series, a series that chronicles the world of the Specials–humans that have special abilities. Some can shapeshift, some can start fires with their minds, some can hum The Beach Boys three octaves higher than the average person (just kidding. . .or am I?!).

I “plan” on releasing the first book from Among the Dead in October. “Plan” being the key word here. I also “planned” on releasing Wildfire, the sequel to The Chronicles of Winterset: Oracle in the Spring. Aaaand it’s still sitting on my laptop. So, yeah. I wanted to release in October because it’s my favorite month. I am a Halloween-head. I live for Halloween. Among the Dead is super creepy. I figured it’s the perfect time to release it!

Oh, here’s a teaser!

ever teaser 1

I will be working on a book trailer for it. I’ll post up a link to watch it once it’s ready! And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for! /more drumrolling! The drumroll intensifies. It’s louder. . .louder. . .LOUDER!

And, here we gooooo!

My Facebook fanpage:

facebook.com/kgreuss

My Twitter:

twitter.com/kgreuss

My super generic, but very sexy website where you can find all the latest information on my books:

https://kgreuss.wixsite.com/booksfrombeyond

Want to check out what all the hype is about on Emissary of the Devil? Wait, you haven’t heard? It’s pretty freakin’ sweet! Go check it out!

There’s even a FREE PREVIEW! Honestly, there must be, but I’ve never clicked the button to find out. Maybe you should. . .

Want to check out a romantical swirly-do fae story? The Chronicles of Winterset: Oracle is now available!

There also appears to be a free preview. Again, I’ve never clicked the button!

Also, before I get up outta here, I’m currently seeking folks to join my street team! What are the rewards? Well, you get to be part of my review team! You’ll get ARCs of my books! You’ll be able to review and read them before release! How sweeee-ta is that? Interested?

Come join the fun!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/137882470090240/?ref=bookmarks

Did you manage to get through this blog entry? Let me know! I’d love to hear from you! Tell me in the comment section below about yourself!

And with that final bit of information, I bid you farewell! May all your book adventures be worth the Kindle Unlimited fee! 😀 😛 😉

Another Unedited Excerpt!

This excerpt comes from For Ever, the first book in my new series. I haven’t edited it. I’m going to be adding/subtracting from this particular scene later on in the writing process. For now, this will do 😀
And, as always, you can follow me on Facebook:
facebook.com/kgreuss
Check out my website:
Tweet, Tweet:
twitter.com/kgreuss
You can purchase my other books on Amazon!
Emissary of the Devil: Testimony of the Damned
The Chronicles of Winterset: Oracle.
Unknown amazing sexy woman
“Why aren’t you putting your two cents in?” Eric asked, looking over to me. The table grew quiet, and I looked at them nervously. Raiden was studying me with his green eyes. He hadn’t said anything either. Why weren’t they pestering him about it?
“I don’t have anything to say,” I cringed, biting my bottom lip. The closest I’d gotten to the deed was with Dylan, but that hadn’t ended well.
“Yeah, right! A girl as hot as you definitely has something to say about sex!” Aiden scoffed. I felt my cheeks redden. Everyone continued to stare at me.
“Well,” I cleared my throat and pulled myself together. “I think it’s weird.”
“Weird? Sex?” Owen looked at me like I was nuts. I glanced at Raiden to see him still studying me, a look of curiosity on his face.
“Well, yeah. I mean, isn’t it, like, necrophilia to have sex with you guys? You’re dead and all,” I answered. “Why would anyone want to have sex with a dead person.”
Crickets.
The table was quiet. Finally, Eric snorted loudly, laughing so hard that he shook. Everyone joined in. I looked to see Raiden smirking—actually smirking—at me, his always serious face alight with humor. It was a different look for him and made him seem younger, happier.

Everyone started talking about other things again, leaving me alone. I sat there staring down at my hands, aware of how very much I didn’t really fit in with these people. Shades. Whatever they were. They all seemed so happy and carefree, and there I was, all withdrawn and terrified. I missed my old life. I missed hanging out with Nina. I missed my mom. I even missed my stupid stuffed rabbit, Mr. Boggles.

“We aren’t really dead,” Raiden’s accented voice pulled me out of my reverie.
“Huh?” I asked, swallowing thickly and looking up at him. He’d moved from his seat and was sitting beside me now—no, towering over me—and staring down at me.
“Us,” he nodded in the direction of his laughing group who were now engrossed in more sex talk with each other. “We aren’t really dead. It can’t be necrophilia if we aren’t really dead.”
“Oh.” I breathed out nervously. “Um, then what are you?”
“Somewhere between the two,” he replied softly. His eyes flicked to mine, making me drag in a shaky breath. They were so intense—he was intense. “You can’t be dead if you’ve never lived.”
“I don’t understand,” I frowned.
“I was not born in the mortal world. I was born in the Veil. Eric and Jasmine were, too. The others, they were born like you. They’ve all been dead at some point, but were returned to life by modern procedures.”
“Like me,” I finished.
“No, not like you,” he shook his head slightly, a lock of dark hair falling across his forehead. “You are not like them.”
“But I’m not like you either,” I pointed out, searching his face for an answer.
“You, Ever, are somewhere between all of it,” he gave me a small, sad smile. This was one of our first real conversations. I didn’t want it to end. He seemed like he knew a lot more than he projected. He was always quiet, cold, withdrawn—but commanding—people running when he spoke. Now, there was a calmness to him. It was odd to see him this way.
“Raiden,” I said his name softly, nervously. His eyes wavered a bit as he stared at me, a softness to them that I’d never seen before. “I died, too. I was dead for three days in a hospital bed with a machine breathing for me. I had no brain activity. My mom-she was going to let me go,” the words tumbled out of my mouth, my eyes burning with unshed tears. I’d never really talked about my days in the hospital to anyone. It had always been something I’d joke about, pushing the feelings away.
“Then I suppose we should be grateful that she didn’t,” he gave me another small smile, his eyes showing sympathy.
“Should we?” I asked, looking down at my hands. If she’d have let me, I’d not have had to endure it all. I’d have been somewhere else, hopefully, oblivious to all of this. A tear slipped out of my eye, and I growled in anger. I hated crying and now I was doing it in front of a group of people, their hot, scary leader staring down at me.
I felt a set of warm fingers slide beneath my chin. Raiden made me look at him, the small smile now gone, the look in his eyes making my heart hammer like a drum in my chest.
“Yes,” he said softly, his green eyes sweeping my face quickly. His fingers moved from my chin and he brushed my tears away. “Don’t cry, Evie. You’re where you’re supposed to be. Trust me.” He’d never called me Evie before. I wanted to question it, but I was too frustrated.
“Where is that?” I sighed. Here? At Dementon? Alive? Half-dead? I didn’t even know what I was anymore!
“Right here,” he said evenly. “At this table. At my side. This is your place. You belong nowhere else but here, Ever.” He rose to his feet and stared down at me, any semblance of emotion in his voice or on his face now gone. He was back to scary, brooding Raiden.
“You should finish your dinner. Tonight will be hard on you. You’ll need your strength.”
“Wait. What? What’s tonight?” I asked fretfully.
“Your first hunt,” he answered, backing away from me, leaving me speechless.
My first hunt? Oh, God.

Get Your FREE Copy of My Book Today!

You can get a free ebook of Emissary of the Devil: Testimony of the Damned! The promotion for my book runs until June 13th! If you read it, please leave your review! I’d sure appreciate it! Link for the book provided at the bottom! Here’s the blurb!

de

Centuries ago, Brax committed unforgivable sins, killing his lover and himself, and to escape eternal damnation, he made a bargain with the Devil. Now immortal, he roams the earth, corrupting and collecting souls for Hell’s infernal legions in anticipation of the coming apocalypse. And he is very, very good at what he does.

When he is given the special assignment of corrupting Maggie Westbrook, a seemingly timid high school senior who also happens to be one of the Nephilim, children of angels with the purest of mortal souls, Brax believes his goal of commanding his own legion in Hell’s army is finally within his reach. Maggie isn’t just any Nephilim; she’s the lamb who will break the seals that will usher in Armageddon, and her corruption will tip the scales of that final battle towards Hell.

But he quickly finds that the job will be more difficult than he first anticipated. For one thing, he has competition in the form of the demon Corbin Black, whose powers of corruption rival his own. And Maggie is not unguarded, as the Nephilim and host of Heaven will do everything they can to stop him. Most disconcerting, though, is Maggie herself. From the moment Brax first sees her, he is drawn to her purity and innocence, and as he comes to know her, long-forgotten emotions begin to rise within him, emotions he hasn’t felt for centuries…

While Testimony is an epic story of good and evil battling for control of an innocent soul, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance, it’s also the more personal story of a deeply flawed man trying as hard as he can to overcome the devastating sins of his past and find true love and redemption.

This book contains mature themes, violence, drug use, drinking, and sexual situations. Reader discretion is advised.

You can find me at

Facebook.com/kgreuss

Twitter.com/kgreuss

https://kgreuss.wixsite.com/booksfrombeyond