me-td-dm-monkeyseemonkeydo3It’s always sad to get to the end of a series. As I’m going through final edits for the Drunk Monkeys books, it’s hitting me that yeah, their story is complete. *sigh*

Here’s the cover for book 9, Monkey See, Monkey Do, which releases 12/28/15. (Book 10, Monkeying Around, should be out in January. As soon as I have a release date I’ll announce it.) Now I get back to edits for The Great Turning. LOL

If you missed the news, Ice Monkeys (Drunk Monkeys 7) is out, and Code Monkey (Drunk Monkeys 8) releases this Friday, 12/4/15, and is available for pre-order:

Available for pre-order!


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Have a few wrongs to make right? Then you need…the Drunk Monkeys.

Shasta Myers has had to be the strong one in her family. As a county traffic signal computer programmer, she doesn’t make a lot, but she refuses to compromise her morals for a quick buck as a black-hat hacker.

Then her world implodes.

Juju, Delta, and some of the Drunk Monkeys are in Houston to shut down another of Silo’s Kite labs. So when they barely stop the adorably unprepared Shasta from stumbling into a potentially deadly situation, it’s not difficult for the two men to fall hard and fast for her.

Now the situation’s deteriorating all over the world, and Silo’s ratcheting up the pressure. They’ll need someone of Shasta’s skills to stay a step ahead of the apocalyptically determined minister. Will Shasta’s feelings for Juju and Delta be enough to convince her to join their battle to save the world and what’s left of her family?

In Case You Missed It

The Denim Dom is on audiobook

Impact (Suncoast Society) is available at third-party sites

Hubby’s book Can’t Dance Forever is on pre-order

Cover Reveal: Monkey See, Monkey Do (Drunk Monkeys 9)
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One thought on “Cover Reveal: Monkey See, Monkey Do (Drunk Monkeys 9)

  • December 3, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    It means so much to hear how deeply you care for your characters and their stories. There are whole chunks of my life that I look back on having spent with so many of your characters. As a reader they’ve carried me through and for that I’m always thankful.

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