Curious–Three Books in One for the Holidays!

Curious (3 novels in 1)

D L Richardson


Curious Xmas


Tag line:

Three full length novels in one supernatural collection.


Book blurb:

Three full length novels in one supernatural collection. 

In THE BIRD WITH THE BROKEN WING, a guardian angel finds herself trapped in Purgatory with a young soldier she was assigned to watch over. She knows the terrible secret that’s keeping him trapped in limbo, but can’t understand why she’s stuck with him.

In FEEDBACK, three teenagers receive the organs of deceased CIA agent and take on the task of completing the mission the spy died midway through, that of deactivating bacteria bombs threatening millions of lives.

In LITTLE RED GEM, bad advice from a ghost, magic courtesy of an unsuspecting half-sister, and a televised music talent show see this teen make more of a mess in death than she ever made in life.

That’s over 500 pages of action, drama, adventure, teen issues, and romance in one unputdownable book.


Book details

Release date: December 1st, 2014



No. of pages: 535

ISBN: 9781311944474




No. of pages: 564

ISBN-13: 978-1503096110

ISBN-10: 1503096114


Genre: YA paranormal


Book tour – Dec 1st 2014

Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock

Once Upon a YA Book

Ashley’s Paranormal Book Blog

Dauntless Indies

Dalene’s Book Reviews

LMB Book Blog

Deal Sharing Aunt

Totally Addicted to Reading

Indy Book Fairy

Sapphyria’s Book Reviews

Plus featured on these great author sites

Brinda Berry

Laura Diamond

Ally Shields

Noelle Clark

Dani-Lyn Alexander

Sara Hubbard

Angela Myers Parson



Links to buy




Amazon US


(Please note this ebook is enrolled in KDP Select and is only available at this time on Amazon)





Create Space



To be advised


More print retailers coming soon



What’s up for grabs?

One ebook per tour stop, author/tour host selects winner

One major prize of one print book through Rafflecopter



Link to Rafflecopter



Other links

Good Reads




Little Red Gem


Highest Rated YA Fiction ebooks OmniLit

Runner up Best of 2013 Standalone YA Paranormal Cravings

Book trailer featured on USA Today





The Bird with the Broken Wing


#2 Best Sellers OmniLit

Best Selling Young Adult Fiction ebook OmniLit

Highest Rated Young Adult Fiction ebook OmniLit





#1 Best Sellers OmniLit

Best Selling Young Adult Fiction ebook OmniLit

Highest Rated Young Adult Fiction ebook OmniLit

Best Selling Science Fiction & Fantasy ebooks OmniLit


Flake-out Friday–The Man Who Cried


I got this movie on Netflix a few months ago and promptly downloaded the soundtrack after viewing it. 

I listened to this song on repeat for hours while writing. For realz. I love its somber, bittersweet tone.


What’s your favorite music to write to?

Flake-out Friday–December

As I surfed Amazon a few days ago, I discovered a YA novel (due out in May 2011) with the title ENDURE.

MY title.


I’d named my YA dystopian ENDURE and now it belongs to someone else. * stomps foot *

What’s a girl to do?

I could come up with another title, I guess, but I really suck at it, LOL!

Man, I wish I could come up with this uber-awesome, totally symbolic, captures-the-entire-book-in-one-word title.

Or maybe I should just use some random word for the title. You know, something that has nothing to do with the book.

Sort of like the song December by Collective Soul.

I like this song, but what the hell does it have to do with December?!?!?!


Flake-out Friday–Tunes of Inspiration

Is it just me, or does it seem like music is a pretty big part of the writerly life? Soundtracks, inspirational songs, playlists that encapsulate a manuscript–all of these buzz words have been floating around the blogosphere as we’ve taken turns describing our writerly habits and ways.

I TOTALLY get in the zone when the tunes flow–thank you movie soundtracks, classical music, Pandora, and alternative rock!

Here’s a couple videos of songs that have inspired my new WIP (a YA dystopian where vampires are once again the bad guys).

What songs inspire your writing? Do you have a different playlist depending on the scene you’re writing?