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BOOK: Awaken from Death Release

Awaken from Death Born from Death book 2 by M.S. Kaye Will they discover the truth of their ancient connection before it destroys them both? Ilona continues to struggle with loss, as well as trying to find where she fits in with other people, if she ever really will. She starts taking dangerous risks. Archer […]

Strong As Death – Releases Tomorrow!

Strong as Death Born from Death book one by M.S. Kaye Ilona discovers what it means to have a mother who is a modern woman and a father who is a 19th-century gentleman ghost. After being hit by a car and taken to the hospital, Ilona starts to realize she’s different from other people, and […]

HYBRID Cover Reveal

Hybrid is finally almost ready for release. S.P. McConnell worked magic again here. Hybrid (The Domino Project #2) is the sequel to Chameleon. It’s set in the wasteland of earth after a meteor shower causes ecological disaster, damages the atmosphere, and gives the gift of an alien parasite to the world. Book two furthers Sai, […]

Get Your Swag On – Pre-Order CHAMELEON And Win

In addition to having her book on the day of its release, you’ll also get a beautiful postcard with the cover art, and a bookmark! How? Just email her a screenshot or photo of your pre-order along with your address, and she will send you a bookmark and personalized SIGNED postcard! She will run the giveaway […]

Cover Reveal – CHAMELEON (The Domino Project #1)

I am so so so excited to share with you the cover reveal for a very dear friend of mine and her debut novel! I’m also excited to get the book out there in the world. Let me tell you, I’ve read it (before it was edited) and it is something I fell in love […]

Halfway Through #WriteMotivation Goal Check Month

So, last week you saw me falter. While I loved all your comments, and they lifted my spirits tremendously(even though they left me in tears, cuz I’m just a big ol’ cry baby! I can’t help it, I wear my heart on my sleeve. Always have. But, I’ve learned that it’s ok! hehe), my week […]

Twenty thousand words! 20k! Holy WOW! & #WriteMotivation

A fathom-able achievement? Yesterday, I achieved 20,000 words on my WIP#1. While it may not sound like a lot to you weathered novelists, it is super fantastic to me! I’m skipping, singing, jumping up and down, dancing, twirling. I’ve made it to 20,000 words on a single story! YAY! This is starting to become solid for […]

Wrap up for March #WriteMotivation

Wow, what a tiring month this has turned out to be. It started off ok. But these last two weeks Spring really has sprung and I’ve been out working in the yard/garden readying it for my roses. If you missed any of my posts on this, please feel free to check out some previous entries […]

Another Published Short – The Stepping Stone – on Kazka Press

I’ve done it again! I’ve managed to receive another acceptance letter. Kazka Press has accepted my latest submission, The Stepping Stone, to their February Flash Call. That makes 3 pieces they’ve accepted in the last 5 months I’ve been doing this. I’m pretty stoked. Now, if only I could get more to accept me. 😛 So, […]

Assimilation – First Challenge for The #WriteCampaign

  Source    Assimilation Shadows crept across the wall as Dani flipped through the books she’s torn from the shelves. She crouched lower between the bookshelves, hoping to find what she was looking for before they arrived. Page after page of long-forgotten information. Images of distant worlds she would never be allowed to see. Diagrams […]

Your Teacher Said What?!: Defending Our Kids from the Liberal Assault on Capitalism — Book Review

Your Teacher Said What?!: Defending Our Kids from the Liberal Assault on Capitalism by Joe Kernen My rating: 5 of 5 stars As a parent with a child in the public school system, I found this a book a wonderful read. I’ve pretty much got a handle on the topics here but Joe Kernen breaks […]

Skeleton Lake, by Angela Kulig — Review

Skeleton Lake by Angela Kulig My rating: 2 of 5 stars All the reviews I read made me want to read this book. I was so excited when I received my copy and couldn’t wait to read it. From the first chapter, I was completely lost. I had no clue what was being said. Maybe […]

My Second Published Story

Source: KazkaPress.Net KazkaPress.Net selected my story for publication for a second month in a row! KazkaPress does offer some amazing prompts for their speculative flash fiction requests. I’ve enjoyed it immensely! And, have reveled in the fact I’ve been published…TWICE! Drake’s Hoard is now live! Here’s what KazkaPress wanted for the November Contest: The November 2011 issue […]

Vacation Is Supposed To Be Relaxation, Right?

Vacation is supposed to be relaxation, right? Especially when you don’t go anywhere. At least that’s what I thought. I took off of work from November 18th through the 27th. I really haven’t had any time to relax except this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday. I am utterly exhausted coming back to work. Friday, the […]

Campaigner Challenge E-book Anthology Benefiting Help Harry Help Others

Interested in reading Flash Fiction? Here is a collection of 176 stories to peruse through. While everything may not fit your taste, there is bound to be something in this anthology that you will like. Based off Rachael Harrie’s 3rd Writer’s Platform Building Campaign, this is a collection of participant’s flash fiction pieces for each of Rachael’s […]

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