Pussycat Death Squad at 30% OFF Special Kobo Only Sale!!!


Pussycat Death Squad is the first book in my high adventure series. And here’s your chance to get it at 30% off!!! Just use the promo code OCT30 between now and October 26 at Kobo.


How to Redeem a Promo Code on http://www.kobo.com

If you already have a Kobo account

If you do not have a Kobo account

–          Create a Kobo account.

–          Go into the My Account section and click on Payment Information.

–          Input your billing address and credit card info.

–          Save.

–          Return to the homepage.

–          Follow the directions in the “If you already have a Kobo account” section above.

If you don’t want to input your credit card info

  • Create a Kobo account.
  • Search for the title in question.
  • Click on “Buy Now.” You will be asked to fill in your billing address.
  • Instead of choosing credit card, choose “paypal” and hit “continue.”
  • Input your promo code in the box below the phrase “Have a Promo Code?”.
  • Hit Apply. The discount will be subtracted from the total on the right-hand side.
  • Complete your purchase by hitting “Buy Now.”
  • Proceed to paypal to complete your transaction.

Have Y’all Read This?!?

7ddd76_697165a395a04c2e9c32da29fc384ed0.jpg_srz_p_302_446_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srzYou better recognize. Zeus is one psycho mofo, and y’all know I love a crazy hero. Dude takes it to the next level. The scene with the head (no, not that kind, and ACTUAL HEAD) had me screaming laughing at three o’clock in the morning. Adding Shay Rucker to my list of authors I harass the hell out of. I’m needing her next book, right about now.

Welcome to the Holcomb Honeycomb!!!

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I’ve been  getting ready for upcoming releases and thought the old blog could do with refreshing. What do y’all think of the new logo? Pretty spiffy, huh? How about the new catchphrase? Honey sweet romances with a sexy sting. Y’all better have some. 

Someone asked me about the phrase “Y’all better have some.” It’s a black Southernism. It’s an offering to share your food with someone else. I’ve always thought it was so cool and it typifies me and the type of books I like to write.