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New Release – Beta Reading

I have a new standalone y/a novel out today. It’s in the 99c price range for a couple of weeks, after which, I’ll be raising the price.

(Thanks so much to the beta readers who worked on this one. I went with the majority vote in the end, and I would email everyone, but I’ve misplaced my little list of names. Predictable!)

All I can say about it is that it’s called Stake You, it’s probably a little different to my other stuff, except for the presence of a vampire (:D), and it’s available on Smashwords, Amazon UK, and Amazon US so far.

The next release will also be a standalone y/a novel, but this time featuring a banshee. I’ll share the cover whenever it’s ready, and if anyone who was interested in beta reading this one somehow has time in December/early January, shoot me an email. 🙂

We put a Xmas tree up already. Weird for us. And our house is surrounded by a massive frost cloud. Feels very wintery but the camera won’t pick up the fog. We’re taking all of the kids to the dentist this week so wish us luck. Dentist-phobia has spread like wildfire, even down to the smaller kids who aren’t really sure what a dentist does. I have some kind of weird sleeping disease this month, so I’m going to press publish before I fall asleep and forget about it. Again. :/

Published inclaire farrell


  1. Manee Moss Manee Moss

    I am very interested in beta reading this new novel. The banshee sounds exciting. Im one of the mane fans in sure that rushed you on taken! Bravo by the way

    Manee Moss

    • Your name is not one I could forget. 😀

      Maybe the banshee is not *that* exciting. Lol. Just send me an email to make it easier for me, and I’ll let you know more about it before you commit. 🙂

  2. Treasure Treasure

    Banshee that’s definitely a first. I can’t wait so far I’ve never read a book from you that I don’t love.

    • The banshee one is one of my personal favourites. I have banshees in my fae story, but I went in a different direction with this one. Anyway, thanks. I hope I don’t disappoint you so! 🙂

  3. Treasure Treasure

    Okay just finished Stake You, you did not disappoint. I love Dev she was tough but really sweet deep down, really deep deep down lol. Base was great I really love his character. He was funny, sweet & really sarcastic what’s not to love about him. I hated Dev’s mom I can’t stand a weak female. Deco & Shauna were so lame they should’ve been dating, both losers. Sully was so twisted & so lame with him being a typical vamp that h.s. girls love to fantasize about. I keep cracking up he thought he was so cool & mysterious. All in all great book. I love Dev & Base sad its over though. Your books are the few where I love the heroine/lead female (well excerpt Amelia I don’t really like her lol) in your books they’re not annoying, whiny, stupid little girls. I appreciate it. Can’t wait for your next releases.

    • Lol @ really deep deep down. That’s our Dev. 😉 Thanks for reading. 🙂

  4. Andrea Kelleher Andrea Kelleher

    I would love to Beta read this for you. If you still need people let me know. 🙂 Happy Holidays

    • Andrea, just send me an email, and we shall chat about it. 🙂 Same to you!

  5. I’m really happy that you decided to release it! I really enjoyed it and I’m glad others now get to check it out 🙂

    • Aw, thank you for the encouragement you gave me pre-release. 😀

  6. Elise Endres Elise Endres

    Yes!! Banshee’s are pretty bad apple

    • Did you mean bad ass or bad apple?? ‘Cause this one is neither really. Lol. Wanted to go in a different direction than my usual banshee. Although, that particular book ran off in its own direction, so I had no control in the end. 😀

  7. Carla Price Carla Price

    Claire- I’m glad that you released Stake You! Thanks for letting me Beta Read it for you, I enjoyed it! I already bought and reread this new release. I would be more than happy to Beta Read another book… :0)

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