Saturday, December 22, 2012

Available on Amazon!!!

Circle of Lies is now available on Amazon.

Here is the link:

We need everyone to help us out!  Follow the link and "like" us on Amazon!  The more likes we get the more Amazon will promote our book.

Thanks so much guys!

Happy Reading!


Friday, December 21, 2012

Circle of Lies is OUT!!!

Circle of Lies, book 2 in the Red Ridge Pack series, is available now on Smashwords and All Romance. It will be up on Amazon in a few hours. Can't wait for you all to read it and let us know what you think! I will post the link to Amazon as soon as it's up! For now Happy Reading and Happy Holidays.
Life has always been easy for Aiden Wright. He’s smart, athletic, funny, and the ladies adore him. But when tragedy strikes, Aiden discovers the truth about who he really is, and his whole world comes crashing down around him. Aiden thought that being a teenage werewolf was going to be awesome, but it might just cost him the one girl who could make him whole.

Since her mother’s disappearance, Teagan Rhodes’s life has been littered with her father’s empty beer cans and his hollow promises to change. Convinced that others would only let her down, she keeps everyone at arm’s length—but resisting Aiden’s charm is proving to be more difficult than she thought. Throw in a psychotic werewolf hunter out to terminate the species, and one wrong move, one wrong decision could destroy everything. 


Sara and Staci

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Please Welcome our Guests Stephanie and Jean!

We want to welcome Stephanie and Jean, who write under the pseudonym Alicia Hunter Pace, to our blog and congratulate them on the release of their new novel Sweet Gone South. Thank you for joining us today!
We are so excited to be here with Sara and Staci to talk about writing with a partner—almost as excited as when we first met them a few years ago.  They were the first of "our kind" that we met, and it was wonderful to sit down and compare writing processes with another team. 
We learned that our styles are very different. While they write together, taking turns at the computer, Jean sits at the computer and puts the words on paper. But writing is so much more than typing the words.  We plot together before Jean implements the plan.  After that, we get back together and go over each word, tweaking everything from punctuation to word choice and the mood it all evokes.
We have even learned through the years that the process changes over time and, depending on the project; ours continues to evolve, especially now that we have sold and are writing to a firm deadline.
Well, that is how is supposed to work, at least.  In the book that is being released this week, Sweet Gone South, we were about 85% finished, when Jean says, “Hey, I need to talk about a plot point.” Well, a couple of days or maybe even a week goes by, and we are finally together talking about  the pages going over word for word, line by line, page by page—just as usual.    Then Jean drops the big bomb; she wants to change the black moment.
Only she didn't know it was the black moment. She has never really bothered herself to learn the terminology. We are talking about a woman who used to call the external conflict, "Who's going to be the bad guy?"
But Stephanie knew it was the black moment, and she was a having a little black moment of her own just then. “WHAT?” Stephanie screeched.  You could almost hear the,"Seriously?" that Stephanie wanted to scream, but being in a partnership can mean learning when to just be quiet for a minute or two. 
Okay, this wasn’t “talking about a plot point” as much as it was changing the ENTIRE climax.  Since Stephanie is a 100% plotter, this was a lot to take in all at once.  She had to think through what it would mean to the previous parts of the story. What would have to be changed? What would those changes alter?  It would be like going back in history.  It's going light to say it was a rough few minutes as a compromise took place.  In the end, Jean’s instincts were right, and the change made the story tug even harder at the reader’s heart strings.  We made the adjustment then went back and wove bits into the previously written parts of the book so that it didn’t just jump out of nowhere.
We hope others love the couple in our debut book as much as we do.  It is the story of two people who think that happily ever after can never happen for them, and how they discover that it is never too late to fall in love. 
Do you think it is ever too late to find love?
This novel sounds fabulous and right up my ally! I can't wait to read it! Be sure to check out Sweet Gone South by Alicia Hunter Pace.
Thanks Stephanie and Jean for stopping by!

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Friday, September 28, 2012

Great News!!!

Sara and I just signed our contracts for two more Red Ridge novels! 

We have been away for a while so I have much to tell!

First off, Sara and I had a blast in Anaheim.  We met so many awesome writers and attended some killer workshops.  We even ran into a wonderful woman we met at our last conference. (Lesia, you knew you would be mentioned!)  The best part was getting to meet the fabulous team at Boroughs Publishing Group.  They were all so friendly and accepting.  It's great being a part of that family!

The second book in the Red Ridge series called Circle of Lies will be out shortly!  Edits are done and the cover is super-hot! 

Pack of Lies got a face lift!  I will post the new cover soon.

My time is up.  I will post again tonight with our new covers!



Saturday, July 7, 2012

RWA Conference

Staci and I will be at the Romance Writers of America conference in Anaheim in just a few weeks, and we will be signing at the 2012 "Readers for Life" Literacy Autographing.  Can't wait!  It will be an awesome event!  Until then, we have a lot of writing to do! 

2012 “Readers for Life” Literacy Autographing
Wednesday, July 25, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Anaheim Convention Center, Ballroom (third floor)

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Review for Pack of Lies

Today kicks off our blog tour with reviews of Pack of Lies on several YA blogs.  Pretty pleased with them all so far.  Hope the good reviews keep rolling in.  Keeping my fingers crossed!  Here's a list of our blog stops if you're interested:

6/18 The Book Hoard /Guest Blog

6/19 The Release Day ALL REVIEW Blitz

6/25 Persephone's Winged Reviews /Guest Blog
6/25 T B R /First Chapter and Give Away

6/26 Reading, Writing and More /Interview, First Chapter, Give Away
6/28 This Author's Life /Guest Blog
6/28 Known To Read /First Chapter and Give Away

7/3 The Story of A Girl... /Review and Give Away
7/4 Close Encounters with the Night Kind /Review, Give Away

7/4 My World /Guest Blog
7/5 Book Lovin' Mamas /Guest Post

7/6 Soliloquy /Interview and Give Away
7/10 Red Headed Bookworm /First Chapter and Give Away
7/11 Lissette E. Manning /Review
7/11 Readers Confession /Review and Give Away

7/12 Books, Books, and More Books /Bio/Book Synopsis, Give Away

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Somebody that I Used to Know

Every time I listen to the radio, I find myself thinking about songs that would make a good "soundtrack" for our novels.  Staci and I created one for Sinful and Pack of Lies.  The one for Pack of Lies isn't up on our website yet because of some "technical difficulties" we have been having with our web guy.  But, in case you are wondering what they might be, here is our "soundtrack" for Pol:
1. Animal – Neon Trees
2. Raise your Glass – Pink
3. Promiscuous Boy – Nelly Furtado
4. Say – John Mayer
5. Hemorrhage - Fuel
6. Without You – Dixie Chicks
7. Better that Me – Hinder
8. Airplane – B o B
9. Jar of Hearts – Christina Perri
10. Total Eclipse of the Heart – Bonnie Tyler
11. Amazing – Aerosmith

And here's the song that I can't get out of my head.  Love it!  Reminds me of somebody that I used to know . . .



Wednesday, May 2, 2012

An Excerpt from A Pack of Lies

Here's a short excerpt from our new novel, A Pack of Lies:

“I picked up on a scent that stopped all thought, all movement, leaving me standing completely still, breathing in a smell that I would never forget. A mix of earth, and musk, and honeysuckle, and sandalwood filled my senses leaving me with a need, a need to find this thing that was suddenly making me salivate, suddenly making me ache with desperation.

Without hesitation, my nose hit the ground as I began to track the enticing smell. I didn’t look up. I didn’t stop moving. I didn’t stop to think about what I might find. None of it mattered. I needed to find the source of that wonderful scent.

In the near distance, I heard a rustling in the brush, which ceased the mission that had held me spellbound. I stopped dead in my tracks and looked around, spooked by what I might find, but what I saw was the last thing I expected.
Peering out from behind a tall oak, a wolf was watching me. We just stood still, staring at each other, neither of us moving a muscle. His amazing green eyes were in sharp contrast to his deep, dark fur. He was a much bigger wolf than me, strong and lean, and the glint in his eyes told me that he was no ordinary wolf.”
Now go download it at :)

Interview on Laurie's Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews

Staci and I were interviewed today on Laurie's Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews.  Thanks you Laurie for having us on your blog.  Laurie created an awesome montage with our cover.  See!  Pretty cool.

If you'd like to read the full interview, here's the link:



Thursday, April 26, 2012

Another Great Review!

Thanks to Becky at Becky's Barmy Book Blog for reviewing Pack of Lies!  Staci and I are very excited about all of the great reviews and feedback we are getting from our new novel.  If you have read Pack of Lies, please don't forget to rate it and/or review it on whatever site you purchased it from.  Every little bit helps to get the word out!

My favorite part is when Becky calls Aiden "quite cheeky".  See her review below:

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I agreed to read this as it was clearly about Werewolves which I usually really enjoy and there was a love story involved too so I thought - Great!

The story opens right in the middle of a fight and instantly I was intrigued, I wanted to know what was happening and why. Allison doesn't seem like the sort of girl to get into fist fights and for some reason I liked her straight away.

I liked how the idea of her being a werewolf was introduced - with flashes of almost fevers, grace and beauty and then stomach cramps, it made what could be an ordinary illness and simple growth turn into something much more exciting.

The story is a bit like a rollercoaster, one minute you are in an action packed scene and then the next is quite slow and explained. But I liked this, it felt like I was getting more in tune with the characters as well as being involved in the action.

I really liked Allison's brother Aiden - he was quite cheeky adn cute as well as being described as super good looking - but he's not obnoxious with it. Whereas Kendall the wolf girl is a nightmare, she is every girls nightmare at school, the Queen Bee.

Cade is cool, but I was desperate for him to get a backbone and stand up for himself!

The pacing does sweep you through quite well, but the book was quite predictable for me. I could tell pretty much what was going to happen throughout, that's not to say there weren't a couple of surprises- believe me there were, but for the most part I was like, 'well really, who'd have thought!"

The writing is well done and flows well, and reads realistically, however I will warn that there is swearing in this book. If you object to it in books then you will be put off - it has at least 3 uses of the 'f' word, a lot of 'a*s' and one 'Bas***d'. Whilst I'm not completely against swearing, I do think it is unnecessary and the book wouldn't have suffered if it had not been in there. Yes a lot of teenagers swear, but it doesn't have to be broadcasted and repeated. I'm not going to get into a debate about swearing in books, just noting that this book has it and for me, wasn't necessary at all.

Overall I did really enjoy the book and I could visualize most of it, so it did capture my imagination. I would encourage you to give it a go.sweet little story and I do want the next one to find out what happens.
Have a happy Friday :)



Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Rave Reviews for Pack of Lies

We have already received some great reviews for Pack of Lies!  Thank you to Hooked to Books, The Violet Hour, and Book Biter Reviews!
Here's one from Hooked to Books:

Pack of Lies was an interesting, entertaining read that was absolutely perfect for me after finishing a super emotional book. I was a little surprised to see that it contained 62 chapters, but I read through it in two days, which would have really been a 'one sit read' if I'd started earlier the first day. The easy flow Dailey and Weber created made consuming the pages easy.
I liked the concept of this book from the get go. It was nice to get some background on Allison and Aiden before things got crazy. There was actually quite a bit of background presented at the beginning of the story and little pieces of information here and there to help connect things. Normally we just get plopped into an already-shifted wolf story, but in PACK OF LIES we see the struggle Allison was having at school with her temper and the cause of her outburst; jealous high school girls. We also get a good view of the family dynamic. Even though I thought the mother's 'coming out' dialogue could have used some polishing, I had to laugh picturing the scene as she proved her story to Allison and Aiden. Moving the crew to New Mexico was definitely the right choice for the parents to make. Otherwise, Allison probably would have taken one (or two) of those snotty girls out!

There IS instalove, but c'mon, it's werewolves! They have to deal with imprinting and 'true mates' and mystical pack lore, so you really can't blame them. I enjoyed how the authors played out the romance. While technically it was a love triangle, it didn't feel that way because after Cade met Allison, that was it for him. He had no desire to fool with Kendall and her selfishness. After Allison and Cade have a few sizzling encounters, his father forbids him to go near her. That causes a huge problem, one that only Allison's mother realizes for what it is. When the secret comes out, Kendall pretty much goes insane. I almost felt bad for her because of how awful her mother was to her. But in the end, we're all responsible for our own actions, and I was very happy with how this first installment ended.I am definitely glad that I gave this book a shot. It was a great read!
You should add this book to your TBR pile right now! PACK OF LIES released April 6, so unfortunately I probably have quite a while to wait for book two. Unless it's already written and I can somehow get the authors to hand it over... Pretty please?

And you can check out the others here:

Hopefully, we will see lots more great reviews soon!



Tuesday, April 17, 2012

RWA Conference, here we come!

Staci and I will be headed to Anaheim, California in July to attend the Romance Writers of America conference!  We are uber-excited.  We hope to meet lots of other authors, reconnect with authors that we met at the conference in Orlando a few years back, and of course, meet our new fabulous publisher, Michelle and editor, Jill.  I cannot say enough great things about Boroughs Publishing Group.  They have been a blessing to work with!  We are so lucky to be amongst their authors!

By the way, Pack of Lies is now available for download at All Romance EBooks.



Sunday, April 15, 2012

Have you "Liked" us on Facebook?

If you haven't found our Facebook fan page go to -  

We would love for you to show us your support by hitting that cute, little button that says "Like".  And if you REALLY want to help us out, hit that other sweet, little button that says "Share"!  Thanks everybody!



Review Pack of Lies

If you have read Pack of Lies or when you finish, Staci and I would love for you to post a review on whatever site you bought it from.  And if you are a member of, I just added it to their database, so you can rate it and/or write a review there too.  We would really appreciate it!  It helps us get the word out!



Monday, April 9, 2012

Pack of Lies is NOW AVAILABLE!

Did you hear?  You can now download Pack of Lies through Amazon for your Kindle or through Smashwords for your IPad, Nook, or other e-reader.  So, what are you waiting for?  Go buy it :)

Here are some links to get you to where you need to be: - our publisher's website - for Kindle - for other e-readers

On another note, our website is currently being updated, so the info there is not up-to-date.  Hopefully, it will be fixed soon.  Happy reading!



Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Pack of Lies - New Ebook Written by Sara Dailey and Staci Weber

We have a new book coming out called Pack of Lies (previously known as Static).  Be looking for it soon.  The release date is set for April 4th, and you can download it from our publisher's website at

We can't wait for the release of our second novel, so be sure to check it out.  See its awesome cover below!

Seventeen-year-old Allison Wright is convinced she’s losing her mind. Uncontrollable mood swings, hot flashes, and the urge to punch anyone who gets in her way are suddenly becoming everyday occurrences. Before her erratic behavior gets out of hand, Allison’s mother finally comes clean about her dark secret. Her mom is a werewolf, and soon Allison and her brother Aiden will suffer the same fate. When Allison reaches her breaking point, the family leaves their life in Texas to move to Red Ridge, New Mexico where they rejoin the pack that Allison’s mother left behind almost 20 years ago.

Unfortunately, not everyone in Red Ridge is thrilled about Allison’s arrival, especially when she attracts the attention of the very handsome, very taken, soon-to-be alpha, Cade Walker. Little does Allison know, her mere presence is causing a rift in a once unified pack. Not only has Cade been forbidden from being with Allison by his father, the pack’s alpha, Cade’s girlfriend, Kendall Stuart, will stop at nothing to get Allison out of the picture. Well on her way to becoming the next alpha’s mate, Kendall expects to rule the pack by Cade’s side even if it means teaming up with a rogue werewolf with an agenda of his own. Determined to get rid of Allison permanently, when Kendall and the rogue join forces, all hell breaks loose and no one in the pack is safe, especially not Cade and his true mate.

Thanks to Boroughs Publishing Group, Michelle, and Jill for making this happen!


Sara and Staci