Friday, October 28, 2011

Book 2 in the Royal Vampire series


Royal Vampires Book 2

This book is a serialized series. Reading book 1, A Royal Vampire, is advised prior to reading Timothy, book 2.
Joshua continues his masquerade as Timothy in order to have the freedom he's so longed for. On his first date with Katarina, he knows he's met his soul mate and the woman who will reign by his side as his queen.

Now in turmoil, he struggles with the knowledge he'll have to tell Katarina that Timothy is a disguise, that he's really Joshua the king and a vampire. Fear of losing her makes him hesitate to tell her the truth so he continues the deception...

But Joshua has no choice. Eventually he has to tell Katarina who he really is. Will she forgive him for his deceit? Can she accept that he's a vampire?

Time I posted about my latest releases

Book 1 in the Royal Vampire series

A Royal Vampire

After twenty-four years in captivity, Joshua must suddenly take on the task for which he was created and trained. Taking on the role of king is no mean task, though Joshua doesn’t care. He will finally have the freedom he so longed for all his life. Paul, his nemesis, tells him how much he hates Joshua but can’t destroy him. Paul’s insane jealousy and hatred causes him to change his mind and send Joshua’s throne tumbling. He decides to turn most of the population with the help of his army of vampires and recapture his royal title.

Joshua finds himself entangled in a web of deceit, murder and witchcraft. His biggest secret, that he has inherited the vampire gene from his nemesis, must remain so. Vowing he’ll rid the island of murdering vampires and werewolves, he devises a plan to escape the castle and freely roam the city and forests without fear of recognition and exposure.

Much to his surprise, he meets the woman he’s seen so many times in his dreams. Unsure of himself, wondering if she is really his soulmate or if the feelings he has for her are caused because he’s never been with a woman, he makes plans to date Katarina Goddard.

Review by Candy from Sensual Reads

In the first book in the Royal Vampire series, Gabriella Bradley sets the stage for the adventures to come. Ms. Bradley takes a small kingdom and adds paranormal creatures determined to destroy the population. Add to the mix a new King with all the good traits of the old King and special abilities that Paul never had, and this series promises to be an exciting read. Can Joshua keep his people safe from Paul’s evil plots?

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Author Musings

Well, I've been fighting with this blog for a while now and I think people can finally comment on my posts. I'm really html and site illiterate, but it was time to get this blog going.

What's going on in my life right now? I'm fighting with writer's block, that, and finding more time to write. I'm also fighting to lose a few pounds, no easy feat. Missy, what's your secret? And I've been hunting around on the internet for more promotional ideas and places. Gabby has been too lazy to promote. Well...not lazy, just always busy. I need to set one evening aside for promotion.

What do I blog about? Life in general? What's an interesting topic? For me, the writer, of course it's writing and I'd love to know what readers are really looking for. I'm at a loss what readers really want. My best selling novel,  Savage Lust, did so well, it made me a lot more enthusiastic. But...I received several emails from readers complaining there wasn't enough sex, not until the end of the book. I wrote The Orgasm Whisperer and made this one super hot. It didn't do well like Savage Lust. Complaints? Yes. There wasn't enough sex in the first half of the book and too much in the second half. Another complaint was: Not enough world building. Honestly, how much world building can one do around the heroine's visit to another planet for only two weeks? That one baffled me. Just about the whole book is set on Earth. Do I really need to build Earth? More complaints about Savage Lust: The heroine is eager to take her clothes off for these men, a little much for a virgin. Mm, think back to the old bodice rippers where clothing came off quite easily and a lot of sensuality and petting happened and even spanking, throughout the book.

Savage Lust has plenty of sensuality, teasing the reader. So does The Orgasm Whisperer and many of my other stories.

The series I began writing, The Minharian Chronicles, The Seventh Portal, started off well with book 1, but bombed with books 2 and 3. I thought I'd found something 'different' another type of shapeshifter from the regular ones that are always used, cats, wolves, bears etc. The Sasquatch was a unique approach, but I guess it wasn't. My Sasquatches didn't turn readers on at all. So, the series came to a full stop and book 4 is still a WIP. Like all writers, I have evolved since then and I'd like to think my writing has improved, so I may tackle that series one of these days and see if I can figure out what's wrong with it.

What am I currently working on? A shapeshifter, several contemporary, an historical but I don't know yet if that one will be erotic or mainstream, and I have a few more started. At this point I haven't a clue which one to continue.

Flame, a co-written book with Viola Grace, shapeshifter/paranormal, did reasonably well, but not well enough and readers hardly know it exists.

Present works in progress:  The Best Kept Secret, Black and White Lust, Altered Destiny, Don't Hang Up, and a few more. These are tentative titles so they could change. All are between 10,000 and 50,000 words at present. And...when I receive feedback and suggestions, maybe I'll start a complete fresh story. Who knows. The Muse is always busy, even at night in my dreams. I have far too many concepts on paper. I'll never write them all in my lifetime.

So, readers and writers, where do I go from here? I'd love to hear from all of you, so please leave comments? Have a great week!!!!


Friday, March 11, 2011

Who would want to be an orgasm whisperer?

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Amaia has inherited the family talent! There is only one way to make it stop--she has to meet her soul mate, bond with him and consummate the relationship. But, how does one find him? Will she be an orgasm whisperer for just a short while or be stuck with it for years?

What's worse, when her mother enlightens her on how to use her gift, she also learns there's alien blood flowing through her veins and she has more abilities that will become apparent. It all seems like a science fiction nightmare, impossible to believe--something her imaginative mother had dreamed up.

When three to die for men enter her life, she feels attraction for all three, and worse, she feels bonded to all three. Is one of these men her soul mate? Will her orgasm whispering be over before it barely started? And how can she choose when her heart and body wants them all?

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