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By |March 10th, 2017|0 Comments

SWEPT 2016 Paranormal Romance Guild Awards

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Three of my books were nominated for Paranormal Romance Novel of the year:

Falcon FIRST PLACE

Journey Man SECOND PLACE

Carnal

 

Three of my series were nominated for Best Paranormal Romance Series:

KNIGHTS of BLACK SWAN FIRST PLACE

KBS NEXT GENERATION SECOND PLACE

EXILED

Sending out a blessing to every one of you who took the time to cast a vote! May that gesture come back to you quickly and be joyfully multiplied.

Working harder than ever to earn this recognition. – Victoria

By |February 19th, 2017|0 Comments

New TEEN series coming February 2017

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“LOVED IT. I love mythology, but not as much as I loved this book. It’s different than any book I’ve ever read.” – Ethan
  •  A stunning new teen/young adult series like nothing else.


When it came to the attention of the old ones that their creations, the Earth gods, had been playing games at the expense of humankind for millennia, they put a stop to it. But the rebellious gods were far too addicted to their games to give them up. After several summit meetings, they voted to use their own children as players and locate the playing field in the most treacherous environment in the known universe… high school.

To make it even more interesting, they would strip their children of their memories and withhold the rules of the game. Like the other players, sixteen year old Ever thinks she’s an ordinary kid until she transfers to R. Caine. When mystery and mystic collide, she’d better wake up to her powers fast.
SUITABLE FOR MOST TEEN and YOUNG ADULT READERS.

EXCERPT…

My name is Ever Moore.

I know. It makes me wince every time I say it. When I’m eighteen, I plan to have it legally changed to something that doesn’t make people laugh. But right now I’m stuck.

My dad thinks puns are the highest form of humor. He calls it ‘word play’. That’s right. I’m the spawn of nerds. My dad creates video games. My mother is an ethics professor at UCLA who thinks the battle between good and evil begins at home.

If you want to know just how weird it can get at the Thanksgiving table, I can go one better. My grandfather was a big deal rock star in the seventies. You wouldn’t know the name of the band. So there’s no point in name dropping. After a visit, he exits with a two-finger peace salute like all the other well-adjusted hippie grandparents, but he doesn’t say, “Peace.”

He says, “Rock steady.”

Ugh!

My family is big on manners. They’re too strict to let me say what I think, especially about Buzz’s love life. My grandfather doesn’t want to be called Grandpa or Grandad or Gramps or anything close to normal. Oh no. He wants to be called ‘Buzz’. I have no idea why. That is not his name.

Anyway, the best protest I can mount is rolling my eyes. I keep trying to get his attention and roll my eyes back further into my head when he does the ‘rock steady’ thing, but he will not be deterred.

Anyway I was leading a completely typical and deliciously angsty teenage life in Austin, Texas when my parents were suddenly offered jobs in the LA area at the same time. It was weird, but weird is part of my normal. Always has been.

Since my grandad, the rocker, still lives in LA with the latest girlfriend who’s barely legal – she’s two years older than I am – moving seemed like a good idea.

To them.

 

By |January 7th, 2017|0 Comments

JAX EXCERPT…

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Excerpt from JAX, Next Generation Book 2

“So you’re the vampire?” Jax opened his eyes to look at the owner of the deep male voice and found a man standing in the aisle by the empty recliner next to him. He nodded. “Want some company?”

For a split second Jax debated whether to tell the truth or not. The truth was that he wanted to be alone to further contemplate the mystery of Drogheda Daley and how she’d managed to do what no other woman, out of a hundred thousand, had done. Namely, to cause Jax to think about her after what he affectionately called the ‘nip and tuck’ was over

He wanted to be alone, but didn’t want to be rude. So he motioned to the unoccupied seat.

The man introduced himself as he sat. “Blake Lavers. I’m attached to Edinburgh. Paranormal Investigation.” The guy looked a lot younger than he sounded. He had coal black hair and pale green eyes that were highlighted by long dark lashes. Jax supposed that women probably found him attractive. “I guess it doesn’t get much more paranormal than being a vampire. So I thought I’d kill some time investigating.”

Jax rewarded Blake’s attempt at humor with a half-smile. “So this is an interview?”

Blake laughed. “Interview with a vampire? Good one. Yeah. I guess. If you’re up for it. But no matter what you say, it’s not going to end with me asking you to turn me.”

“No? And why’s that?”

Blake narrowed his eyes. “Sly. I’m the one asking the questions.”

“And I’ll answer if it’s an exchange. Perhaps you know things that would either inform or entertain me.”

Blake seemed to consider that. “Tit for tat? Quid pro quo?”

“Whatever you want to call it.”

“I should probably invite my partner over.” He glanced toward the front of the plane where a young woman with mahogany hair and the youthful look of a cheerleader was staring unabashedly. “Megan.” Blake grinned. “But I won’t. Maybe if you tell me stuff she wants to know, she’ll finally break down and sleep with me.”

Jax looked from Blake to Megan and back again, wondering if they were as young as they looked or if he was feeling the effects of being ancient, even if he also looked no more than twenty four.

“I’m feeling generous. You go first.”

“Any regrets? Are you glad you were turned?”

“Wow,” Jax said in a rare use of the modern exclamation. “You go right for the kill. Maybe you should have been a journalist.”

Blake suddenly looked older as his smile widened slowly. “Making a mental note that you ducked a direct and immediate reply. You stalling, vampire?”

“I may have been remiss in not telling you my name. It’s Jaxon Kell. These days humans call me Jax. Not vampire.” Jax gave the P.I. a slow appraisal of his own. “You’re a chess player, aren’t you?”

“That’s two evasions and a delay still in progress. You can take a minute if you need to think about the answer.”

Jax grew serious and sighed. “Honestly. I’ve never been asked that question nor have I ever put it to myself. Probably because it’s entirely impractical. What would be the point of dwelling on what cannot be changed?”

“Practical or not, if you hadn’t made a good adjustment, you’d have a ready answer about regrets. Since you don’t, I’m going to put that in the ‘no’ column.”

Jax narrowed his eyes. “Are you a mental therapist?”

Blake burst out laughing then shook his head. “Hardly. Your turn.”

“Tell me about a case you’ve worked on that would make a good movie.”

Blake laughed again. “Well, Jax. I’ve got to admit that you’re not what I expected.”

“What did you expect?”

“Which question do you want answered this turn? Number one or number two?”

“Number two.”

“Hmmm. Ego gets ‘em every time. Maybe I’m a little Hollywood-influenced myself. I guess I expected you to be grim and brooding. Angsty. And older. I thought you’d be at least fifteen years older. I mean… Well, you know what I mean. Not in how old you actually are, but how old you look.”

“I understand.”

“When I asked the question about regret I would have thought you’d go on about what a nightmare life has been for you. I’m not getting the sense that your life has been a nightmare.”

Jax chuckled. “I hope this is not disappointing you, but I’ve had a pretty good life.”

“Yeah. That’s the vibe that’s coming through loud and clear.”

“Are you psychic?”

“A little bit. Everybody in P.I. is. A little bit. Your turn. What made you decide to, uh, come out of the shadows? That’s just an expression and not meant to cast aspersions. Can I just have a blanket ‘no offense’ waiver for the remainder of this exchange?”

Jax chuckled. Blake was the sort of person who’d be hard not to like. “Yes. You can have a ‘no offense’ waiver, but that was two questions. So it’s my turn.” Blake smiled and good naturedly shook his head at his own folly. “Answer the movie question.”

“Okay. A case that would make a good movie. Truthfully, they would all make good movies if they involved taking the camera behind doors with Megan. I’m thinking Megan undressed would be box office gold.” He raised his eyebrows for emphasis. “But I’m also thinking that’s not what you’re asking.” A quick glance at Jax confirmed that. “There was this guy who was convinced his wife was shtupping a ghost. They’d bought a Brownstone in Brooklyn to renovate.”

Jax felt his eyes glaze over for a second as he calculated the odds of talking to two humans in two days about renovating a Brownstone in Brooklyn and wondered if fate was screwing with him.

“That’s what we were doing in New York,” Blake continued. “The guy kept telling everybody that the place was haunted and that his wife had fallen for the spirit that came with the house. The wife, who was no longer enamored with the hubby, called Bellevue and the state got involved. Somebody on the inside… you know we’ve got people everywhere, somebody called Black Swan to report that a case involving something paranormal had been brought to their attention.

“To make a long story short. The poor devil was telling the truth. The wife was schtupping the ghost of a guy who’d been a previous owner.”

“How is that possible?”

Blake grinned and held up a finger in a way that was both dorky and utterly charming. “That can be your next question. Here’s mine. Again. What made you come out?”

“Symbiosis was upset and things had become unbalanced. If too many deadheads multiply too quickly, humans become extinct in a shockingly short time. Then where would I be? It was purely selfish. I need humans to survive. As a TV vampire once said, it’s like millions of Happy Meals walking around on two legs.”

“I see.” Blake blinked several times.

“You look like you weren’t expecting that answer.”

“I guess I wasn’t. Makes sense though.”

“Now you. How is it possible for a ghost to ‘shtup’ anybody?”

Once Blake recovered from being forced to think of himself as a ‘Happy Meal’ on two legs, he grinned. “You know the thing I love most about my job is that the unthinkable and improbable are the stuff of routine. When I come to work, I never know what’s going to happen. In this case, the spirit apparently becomes corporeal when sexually aroused. Afterward he fades into a form so diaphanous he’s virtually invisible.”

“Wow.” Even Jax couldn’t believe he’d used that word twice in one day. “Does that kind of thing happen often?”

Blake did a bobble head. “Let’s just say it’s not novel.”

“What happened?”

“With the marriage?”

“Yes.”

“I just gave you a pass on three questions. No more bob and weave. Tell me how you became a vampire.”

“I was a farmer near Yerk. That’s what it was called then. It’s known as York now.”

“England.”

“That’s right. I met an immortal in the town while running an errand for my father. She liked what she saw and turned me.”

“With your consent?”

Jax smiled. “What happened to the marriage?”

“They’re divorcing. The husband moved out. But the ghost told the wife where to find gold that he’d hidden behind a wall. It’s enough to make her rich by most standards of comparison. So she’s going to use it to buy the house herself.”

“I wish I could think of another word besides wow.”

Blake chuckled. “In this business, that word is my best friend. I’ve got to say that it’s kind of fun to wow a vampire with a ghost story.” Jax grinned and shook his head. “So. Consensual or not?”

Jax looked away momentarily and sighed. “That’s a hard question. My first reaction would be to say yes and no. The immortal who made me what I am asked if I wanted a carefree life, to be as rich as a king, to travel to exotic places and see marvelous things, to have eternal youth and have sexual power over women. I was a virgin and had never even been to a town the size of Yerk before. Naturally, I thought all that sounded great. Nothing was said about the downside.”

“And what is the downside?” Jax tipped his chin and gave Blake a slanted look. “Okay. Ask your question first.”

 

Blake kept Jax amused for most of the long flight overseas.

When the jet touched down, Blake said, “Where are you headed?”

“Venice. I’m on a recruiting mission.”

Blake smiled. “Gotta keep the Happy Meals reproducing.”

Jax grinned. “That ‘no offense’ waiver goes both ways.”

“Sure.” Blake stuck out his hand. Jax looked at it for a couple of seconds before shaking. “Let me know next time you’re in town. We’ll get a drink or something.” He caught himself. “I mean alcoholic beverages.”

“Yeah. I knew what you meant.”

“Maybe I’ll introduce you to Megan.” Blake lowered his voice. “But only if you agree she’s off limits.”

Jax chuckled. “She’s very cute, but you have my word. Megan is off limits.”

By |January 6th, 2017|6 Comments

The Biker’s Brother – RELEASE December 28th

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 ***would you do ANYTHING for love?***

Brant shrugged a big shoulder. “Too much green to turn away even if I need to do it myself. Arnold said the dad could have taken out a contract for what he’s paying us. And he’s right. It’s a chunk of change.”
When Arnold had blurted that out in meeting, he’d gotten several awkward minutes of silent stares from around the club table. They were bikers, but they weren’t killers. Even back in the days when they operated outside the law, they hadn’t been killers. At present they were businessmen who happened to like bikes and hold a certain disdain for authority and rules of all kinds.
“What’s involved? Pick her up and fly her here?”
Brant laughed and shook his head. “If that was all there was to it, guys wouldn’t be ducking around corners avoiding me. The man has hired the club to execute the disappearance of his daughter and keep her in the wind until after the divorce is final.”
“Why does she need to disappear until after the divorce is finalized?”
“The soon-to-be ex-husband is dangerous and greedy. The girl’s father thinks he may try to have her killed before the divorce goes through. He suspects this man of devising some clever means that would give him an airtight alibi while also making him eligible to inherit her trust fund.”
“Who is it?”
“The client?”
“Yes.”
“Severn Carmichael.” Brand’s eyebrows went up and he whistled. “I suspected you’d know who he is.”
“Our enterprises have touched circuits now and then.”
“He know who you are?”
“He probably knows who I am, just like I know who he is, but we’ve never met.”
Brant seemed satisfied with that. “What do you think?”
“Let me make sure I’ve got this straight. I need to pick her up somewhere in New York, bring her to you, and make sure she’s not seen or followed on the way.”
“In a nutshell.”
“What aren’t you telling me? Why isn’t it safer to shelter in place wherever she is?”
“He’s scared. Really scared. Thinks this guy can get through any defense he can mount.”
Brandon nodded thoughtfully. “When did you tell him we’d get her?”
“Day after tomorrow.”
“Day after tomorrow? Forty eight hours to come up with a plan and make arrangements to be away from the office?”
“Security will work with you on a plan. Taking time off work? Come on. You’re the boss, aren’t you? You want the job or not? If you do, I’ll call a meeting and get a vote on patching you.”
Brandon hadn’t realized how badly he wanted that until it was offered. He’d thought it was something that would never be within his grasp, but suddenly there it was. He didn’t really have a choice. Once in a lifetime offer to get the only thing he wanted that he didn’t already have?
Hell, yes.
“Hell, yes.”
Brant smiled as they stood up. He slapped Brandon on the shoulder and it made Brand’s heart ache for the years he’d missed not having his father in his life.
“I’ll call you later with the verdict,” Brant said.
They mounted their rides and ignited the engines. The noise made all the patrons of Chuy’s turn and look. The men wished they were on those bikes. The women wished they were sitting behind the men on those bikes.
Brant turned west on Bee Caves. Brandon saluted as he turned east.

By |December 12th, 2016|2 Comments

It’s Brand’s Turn!

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  • Brand takes a job nobody wants to earn the respect of club members. Being third generation SSMC doesn’t go very far in biker cred. 
  • Camden Carmichael is running from a psycho ex. Lucky for her that her father has the means to hire Sanctuary Security to protect her until the divorce is finalized. 
  • Two strangers set out on a road trip together. At the end of it, neither will ever be the same again. 
 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Victoria Danann, adds a sizzling and surprising second book to the SSMC contemporary romance series. 

*Please note this book contains dark material that may be unwelcome by sensitive readers.* 

Brandon St. Germaine was at the top of the billionaire playboy heap when he learned about a side of the family that had been kept in secret. He left New York, moved to Texas, and took most of the corporate empire with him. But he worked at restructuring Germane Enterprises by putting trustworthy people in key positions to free up his time so that he could learn about the Texas motorcycle club branch of his family that had formed its own kind of dynasty.

His dad, president of the club his grandfather founded, spent three decades converting the club’s income sources to legitimate business dealings. One of the biggest earners was the security service. When a ridiculously wealthy, but justifiably scared father hires the SSMC to protect his daughter from the psycho she’s divorcing, Brand gets the job.

Get it today and find out why people are calling this series fun, priceless, sexy, and heart-throbbing!

By |November 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

46 Comments

  1. Lorie Brisbin June 4, 2016 at 5:37 pm - Reply

    I love these books and think they’d make phenomenal movies! Any chance of that???

    • vdanann June 5, 2016 at 8:46 am - Reply

      If Hollywood comes calling and promises not to do to my books what HBO did to Sookie Stackhouse, then yes. Thank you for the compliment! 😀

  2. Janet June 6, 2016 at 6:18 am - Reply

    Ms. Dannan,

    I have a nook and I see that Journey Man is only being offered at Amazon, which supports Kindle. Will you be releasing this book to Barnes and Nobles for those of us using a NOOK?

    Also just curious can I get paperbacks of the Black Swan Series?

    • vdanann June 6, 2016 at 7:58 am - Reply

      Hi Janet –

      1.) Journey Man will be available on NOOK July 13th.

      2.) You can get paperbacks of all my books through Amazon. When you go to the title, you will see there are two editions, one is the ebook, the other is the print version.

      Thank you for asking,
      my best.

  3. Dessa R Mawdesley June 11, 2016 at 1:26 pm - Reply

    I am wondering where The Witches of Wimberly books are being sold? They do not come up on amazon.com, which is where I purchase the majority of my books. I also have Kobo. Please help, I LOVE your books, and do not want to miss any!

    • vdanann June 13, 2016 at 9:43 am - Reply

      Hi Dessa – WILLEM is available everywhere in preorder except Amazon. It will be available on Amazon on release day, June 24.

  4. Debra June 19, 2016 at 9:31 pm - Reply

    Am needing to know how to leave a review for Willem………

    • vdanann June 20, 2016 at 7:25 am - Reply

      Willem will be live on all retailers on June 24. You can leave a review then. Thank you for reading!

  5. Marsha June 21, 2016 at 9:40 am - Reply

    So, what actually happens to Stalkson Grey? In Moonlight, he appears to get his HEA, but I cannot find if/when anyone returned to take him to the new lands. Has he been trapped in the wrong dimension all this time, or am I looking for answers in the wrong places? I have read the first 5 in the Black Swan Knights and am starting book 6.

    • vdanann June 21, 2016 at 3:52 pm - Reply

      Hi Marsha –

      Here is a follow up interview with Stalkson Grey that was published on October 31, 2013.
      ALSO, he figures prominently in the New Scotia Pack series. Happy Reading! 😀

      An Interview with Stalkson Grey

      Victoria: First, thank you for agreeing to the interview. I know this is not your favorite sort of thing. Let me take just a moment to make sure your readers are on the same page, so to speak.

      Stalkson Grey, is a werewolf who first appeared in The Order of the Black Swan serial saga in Book Two, The Witch’s Dream. His character, as king of the Elk Mountain, Idaho werewolf tribe, was arrogant and more or less insufferable.

      Grey: Now just a minute!

      Victoria: He turns up again in Book Four, Moonlight, and gives a rousing performance as my somewhat loosely associated version of Red Riding Hood’s big bad wolf.

      Now then. Grey, I understand congratulations are in order. The elders named you king of the new northern werewolf colony in Lunark dimension.

      Grey: (He nodded.)

      Victoria: Forgive me for being blunt, but I thought you didn’t want to be king, too much responsibility and all that.

      Grey: I didn’t. I don’t. It just turns out that I hate being told what to do more than I hate having the responsibility for everybody’s welfare.

      Victoria: I see. So how is it going? I see you’re looking rather casual.

      Grey: (Glanced down at his pants. He was shirtless and wearing the same soft doeskin pants that Deliverance favored.) Yes. (Smiled.) We don’t have many functions that require waistcoats.

      Victoria: Waistcoats. No. I suppose not. Those pants look a lot like what Deliverance wears. And didn’t I hear that you named the new colony Deliverance?

      Grey: Yes.

      Victoria: Yes? Just yes?

      Grey: The demon hooked me up with the pants. The new colony is named Deliverance.

      Victoria: Okay. Shall we assume the colony was named for the demon?

      Grey: Assume whatever you like.

      Victoria: Come on. Work with me a little here.

      Grey: All right. I named it Deliverance partly because the demon brought us here, partly because we were delivered from years of worry and misconception about extinction of our species, partly because of the reality of being delivered from the cancerous, avaricious behavior of the humans, and partly because the migration was my delivery into a new life. Like being born again.

      Victoria: (It took me a minute to absorb all that.) Wow.

      Grey: (He rolled one shoulder in a graceful, athletic shrug.)

      Victoria: So how’s Luna? It can’t be easy to be a new wife and adjust to life on a frontier at the same time.

      Grey: (He blinded me with a boyish grin that made him look like he was in his early twenties.) Happy. Pregnant. With twins! (He chuckled.) She tells everybody that Lunark Dimension was named after her. She’s well-liked by the other human mates and her skills as healer, well, we needed them. She’s teaching the others.

      Victoria: (I couldn’t help but smile at that.) That’s nice, Grey. I’m glad it’s working out for both of you. When are the babies due?

      Grey: Mid-winter. We’ll make it work.

      Victoria: Do you want girls or boys?

      Grey: (He grinned again.) Girls.

  6. Marsha June 22, 2016 at 10:13 am - Reply

    Thank You!!!

  7. lisa August 3, 2016 at 7:37 pm - Reply

    are your books ever going to be available as audiobooks. i’d love to hear the series.

    • vdanann August 7, 2016 at 8:50 am - Reply

      HI Lisa –

      I would love to produce the books as audiobooks, but am never happy with the way they are read. I’m going to attempt to do it myself, but there’s a push/pull between spending my time doing that as opposed to writing new stories. Stay tuned. Maybe in 2017. And thank you for asking and letting me know there’s interest.

  8. Dedra Jones August 15, 2016 at 1:36 pm - Reply

    When will the next book in the series The Witches of Wimberley come out. I loved Willem it was so good I can’t wait to read the next.

    • vdanann August 22, 2016 at 6:29 pm - Reply

      Hi Dedra –

      I’m so glad you enjoyed Willem. The next witches books will be out in summer of 2017. Thanks for letting me know you want more from the series. 😀

  9. Angela Saunders August 22, 2016 at 7:54 pm - Reply

    You are one of my favorites! I’ve read most of your books. Will you be doing anything more with the Knights of the Black Swan series? I miss the characters as if they were old friends.

  10. Rhonda Menke August 26, 2016 at 4:40 pm - Reply

    If we missed the pre order and only use the nook will we ever be able tp purchase the book ir is it only amazon from now on?

  11. Frankie Ann Perez August 31, 2016 at 10:20 pm - Reply

    I just got started with the Black Swan Knights and am loving them! I can’t wait to get the next one!

    • vdanann September 1, 2016 at 6:38 am - Reply

      Hi Frankie Ann,

      Sooooo glad you’re enjoying KBS. The stories were so fun and natural to write, it felt more like reporting than creating.

      Happy, happy reading. 😀

  12. Michelle Davies September 4, 2016 at 12:52 pm - Reply

    If you have any ARC of books you need read, I can do it.

  13. Nara Shelley September 6, 2016 at 7:19 am - Reply

    Hi Victoria
    I’ve been lucky enough to read the first 4 Black Swan novels – and loved them all.
    My problem is I don’t have access to Amazon ( I use a Sony reader & mostly buy Kobo), can I purchase the remaining books from your publisher?
    I ready would like to read them and am seriously tempted by the Exiled series too,

    Kind regards
    Nara from Aus

    • vdanann September 17, 2016 at 7:15 am - Reply

      Hi Nara –

      If you’re asking if the books are available in paperback, yes. They are. If you’re asking for an alternative way to read, my assistant Sarah will walk you through how to side load the books using a free Kindle app that will convert the files so they are readable on your Sony. Email her at blackswanjunkie@gmail.com

  14. Edith September 12, 2016 at 10:09 am - Reply

    Are there more Books from you on the German spaeking market i can wait to get the nett one

    • vdanann September 17, 2016 at 7:12 am - Reply

      Hi Edith –

      Not yet. The translations are enormously expensive and I’m not seeing a return on that investment as of yet. Who knows though? Things change.

  15. Janet Overstreet September 16, 2016 at 9:57 am - Reply

    So excited about The Next Generation! I love the KBS series! Actually I have all your books, so apparently I love all your stories. Keep up the wonderful story telling and Thanks.

    • vdanann September 17, 2016 at 7:12 am - Reply

      Thank you, Janet. Likewise, I’m excited about the kids taking over. Can’t wait for Falcon release.

  16. Charlayne Elizabeth Denney October 25, 2016 at 8:45 am - Reply

    I just discovered the Black Swan books. Love them.

    I just about woke up my husband laughing at the Texas Rick Roll wedding in book 2 last night.

    Book 3 awaits!

    Bravo..

    • vdanann October 25, 2016 at 9:47 am - Reply

      Hi Charlayne –

      Thank you for writing. Your comment on the website made me smile. At this point I’ve written A LOT of books, but my all-time favorite review was of The Witch’s Dream. It was, “I’VE BEEN RICK ROLLED BY MY BOOK!!!” Still makes me laugh every time I think about it. 😀

      Be sure to listen to the acoustic version done for this book.

      My best,
      Victoria

  17. Patricia October 29, 2016 at 9:17 pm - Reply

    Hi Victoria,

    I have purchased all of your Knights of Black Swan books through B&N (NOOK). I see that Journey Man is only available on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited. My question is, will Journey Man be available on NOOK any time soon? Even if it is briefly, I would love the opportunity to purchase it and complete my collection.

    Best Regards

    • vdanann October 31, 2016 at 8:48 am - Reply

      Hi Patricia – First, thank you very much for reading KBS. So glad you’re enjoying. Be sure to read Carnal before Journey Man.

      I can’t afford to sell books on B&N. Amazon makes exclusivity lucrative enough so that I can be a full time writer. I make all the new releases available on B&N for preorder (usually 90 days) and three days after release so that anyone who wants to read on NOOK without using an app can get them. To be kept current on new releases and not miss an opportunity for buying on B&N, I invite you to subscribe to my list. I usually send one email a month and almost all pertain to new releases.

      That said, you can still get books for NOOK by way of Amazon using a free app. My assistant, Sarah, will be glad to help you do it. Please email her at blackswanjunkie @gmail.com.

      Best,
      Victoria

  18. Lisa November 1, 2016 at 9:51 pm - Reply

    Hi, Victoria. I’m hooked on The Black Swan Series! Great reads! I have a NOOK and I have a ton of books downloaded to it, but alot was coming from Amazon that I wanted so I downloaded the free Kindle app to my NOOK tablet. I thought my tablet my explode or something violent by having Kindle app on it and it being a B&N product but it works perfectly. I love having the option to get books from either store. Just wanted to let other readers know that option is out there.
    Happy reading (and writing!),

    • vdanann November 2, 2016 at 6:01 am - Reply

      Nice to know. I will probably refer other NOOK readers to your comment in the future! 😀

  19. Patricia January 8, 2017 at 8:49 pm - Reply

    Miss Danann,
    I cannot even begin to explain just how much I love your books! Your characters and worlds are so real and I absolutely adore each of them. I’ve never had a problem picking a favorite character in a series but with each of your series I just can not decide. Each person has their own personality flaws and strengths and they are so well written its like reading a personal diary of each real living person. Thank you so much for giving me such an amazing escape in your works!!

  20. barbara January 20, 2017 at 7:15 pm - Reply

    Love the Next Generation series …Falcon….can’t wait for next installment.

  21. Renia January 20, 2017 at 10:34 pm - Reply

    Are these Next Generation Black Swan series YA?

    • vdanann February 21, 2017 at 10:14 am - Reply

      Hi Renia –

      No. My only YA series is R. Caine High School. Thank you for asking. 😀

  22. Lorrie January 28, 2017 at 5:43 pm - Reply

    I know you not busy…sittin’ around basking in you success…NOT. I love your books and was wondering, will there be more from Wimberly?

    • vdanann February 21, 2017 at 10:20 am - Reply

      Hi Lorrie – I had thought not, but a recent FB survey revealed that people who read Willem liked Willem. My problem is getting people to give it a try. So, yeah. I will write two more books in the series later this year and give it a bit more promo push. Thanks for asking! 😀

  23. Nancy January 29, 2017 at 8:18 pm - Reply

    Hi Victoria,
    I love Knights of the Black Swan. Found the series accidentally in 2013 and have been a die hard fan ever since. Just finished KBS: The Next Generation and loved it! You have become a go-to for me. I’ve also read the Prince of Demons Trilogy – loved it! What can I say about Willem? You got it, loved it!! Makes me wonder when the next book will be out? Jax is in the wings waiting to be read. Thank you for entertaining me. You’re like Calgon and take me away. Keep on writing 🙂

    • vdanann February 21, 2017 at 10:15 am - Reply

      Thank you, Nancy. Can’t tell you how much I love hearing that you’re enjoying my stories! 😀

  24. Judy Hurwitz February 7, 2017 at 4:09 pm - Reply

    Dear Victoria,
    Is there, or will there be stories about Z Company? I came across an excerpt titled Z harmony.com. Did I somehow miss this?
    Thank you so much for so many hours of pleasurable reading!

    • vdanann February 21, 2017 at 10:17 am - Reply

      Hi Judy –

      Z Company was a working title, but I ended up incorporating their stories into Black Swan. The first was Rafael Nightsong, Solomon’s Sieve. Torn Finngarick is coming up this year, probably October, but will be Black Swan #10. Thank you for asking. 😀

  25. Irene M Fuller February 22, 2017 at 9:49 am - Reply

    I just discovered you. And I’ve started with the Black Swan series. The only word I have is Wow!
    You’re a terrific author and I don’t say that often or frivolous. I’m an avid reader and will be reading all of your books.

    • vdanann March 1, 2017 at 6:34 am - Reply

      Hi Irene – So honored.

      Please keep me posted on your progress. 😀

      V

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