Writer Wednesday—Rocking Horse Publishing

I wanted to take a moment here and let you all know what RHP has in store for readers in 2015:

First up, Katie Lea Yates’ The Prior, sequel to this year’s The Provider. We kind of left everyone hanging, so here’s your chance to find out what happened to Kenzie—and David. Or Kenzie-and-David. You don’t want to miss this launch!

Also in January, a new novel by Edward Farber, Elixir of the Incas, and of course, our new division, Harness Anthologies, will be releasing Winter Solstice!

February brings Game Changer, by Chris Bostic, author of the amazing Fugitives from Northwoods and Rebellion in Northwoods.

That’s your sneak peek for now—but there are a lot of books on the rest of the 2015 schedule!

P.S.—Beginning today, REDUCED will go on sale permanently at just 99 cents!


RHP–The Provider

Tomorrow, you can get your very own copy of The Provider, by Katie Lea Yates! Even if you’ve already downloaded the Kindle version, and you totally SHOULD HAVE DONE THIS, tomorrow the paperback is being released.

Katie has book events lined up, two in the Houston, Texas area tomorrow: Katy Budget Books in the afternoon and at The Gorgeous Gael in the morning. Check these out and arrive early—this book is flying off the shelves!

I could list numerous reasons why you should read The Provider, but mostly because It. Is. Phenomenal. And you know what? The sequel will be out in January 2015, because it’s just that good, too good to make fans wait longer that six months . . .

So get your copy—Kindle now, book event or online Saturday, July 19. Or both. Just do it. And read and review it—I can almost guarantee you’ll give it five stars!


Finishing eighth grade and getting ready for high school is hard enough. Finding out that you can jump into the pictures you’ve drawn and become ruler of thousands of people makes it just a tiny bit tougher.

Thankfully, I’m not alone. There’s a whole group of us. They’re very cool, and I love living with them.

But it seems that I brought back a little more than my memories when I jumped into that first drawing—now I’m able to create things, or bring things from somewhere else, or . . . well, it’s complicated.

And unfortunately, somebody might want us all dead.