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text 2014-05-03 18:57
Every Three Weeks

It is so hard to break an old habit. I am so used to being on goodreads I forget to come her except every three weeks or so. I miss everyone here and think of you but it is so engrained to be at goodreads it is hard to remember to come her accept if I am promoting a book tour but that is helping the author. 


So what to do?


I said hi to my friends as many as I can remember. ANd just want everyone to know that I love you all and think of you. HUGS!


I am reading a funny book which is too  young for me but it is so funny "How I Got Skinny, Famouns, and Fell Madly In Love" I love it! I am also reading a tour book called Chasing Romeo which is kinda hokey but I promised I would read it. And there is the anthology, some comics and another book and I think that is it. lol! Oh! Rumpled. It is really good. 


So tell me in private or I will try to keep up here with what everyone is doing and reading. 


Hope you all have a great weekend.


Love and Light,


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text 2013-11-29 11:29
Broken Truce: The Finished Cover!!!

So here it is at last!!!


The cover for the next book in my Broken City series: Broken Truce!!!
I would love to hear your thoughts (and/or questions!) on the cover! I'm hoping those of you who have read Broken City will be intrigued.  ;-P 
Broken Truce has taken me by surprise, I think it's quite different from the first book in the series; not so hopeful, a bit darker and you see the City from more peoples points of view. Deeta has grown up a lot, and she's wiser than before.

I've had soooo much fun with the characters in this book. Yes, Deeta and Tom remain the focus of the story, but they share the limelight with Tom's brothers, most especially Jayden. (For those of you who don't remember who Jayden is: he's the twin that Nova tipped orange juice over in Broken City.) You really get to know Jayden in this book, his faults as well as his strengths, he's very much a fish out of water. I really enjoyed writing him, he has such an attitude on him, but at the same time you can't help liking him (I hope!)

I had a blast with some of the secondary characters this time round as well, the first story is quite insular, focused the the group of people that Deeta loves and cares about most. Broken Truce introduces you to a lot of new characters, some good and some bad.

These side characters were some of my favourites to write; Ian, a scout from the Brownly tribe, Julian, Max, Ned and Linus, I can't really tell you who these are without being too spoilerish, but they were sooooo much fun! Wren, Falcon, Raven and Kestral, siblings from a tribe known as The Birds, and so much more!

I'm hoping to knuckle down and have the manuscript ready to go live in January...

Contributions to the cause in the form of brownies and fluffy pillows are very much appreciated! ;-P

D.D. Chant
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