Hi All! Summer is upon us, bringing with it some awesome weather and some awesome new books! Check out this latest release by Ryan Lanz! Also, scroll to the bottom for FREE ebooks! Shadows of Tomorrow features two thrilling, post-apocalyptic short stories, Only One Mask and The Price of Art. Only One Mask: Nob only trusts two things: his knife and his breathing mask–the latter because he has to. Ever since the world went crazy, he feels like he’s always on the run. Running fr
Looking for something fun and easy to do Saturday afternoon/evening?? Join us for the book launch of Road of a Warrior! Thinking that you don't want to leave the couch? No worries, it's a digital Facebook party! We have tons of stuff to give away, including ebooks and physical books (including a set of Return to Royalty and Return to Gexalatia!!), as well as guest appearances by other indie authors! Come check out what we're up to, get some party goodies, and maybe find your
We’re now about two weeks away from book two in the Gexalatian Tales Series, RETURN TO GEXALATIA! Check out this awesome poster! Like it? It could be yours! To celebrate the launch of book two, I’m running a raffle! Enter in all three categories for a chance to win an autographed copy of Return to Gexalatia and some other amazing swag! Stay tuned for more awesome posts as we count down to book two!!! THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES MARCH 10! Haven’t read book one yet? Get it here! #s
I just want to say Thank You to everyone who came out to BrazCon on Saturday! It was a wonderful time, I got to meet some amazing young writers, and I can’t wait for next year! I was fortunate to meet some awesome authors as well! Here is a glimpse of some of their books! D. Marie Prokop D. Marie Prokop enjoys writing and reading stories with riveting adventures, spiritual insights, and enlightening cultural or social critiques. Her favorite authors include Madeline L’Engle,
I just want to say Thank You to everyone who came out to BrazCon on Saturday! It was a wonderful time, I got to meet some amazing young writers, and I can't wait for next year! I was fortunate to meet some awesome authors as well! Here is a glimpse of some of their books! D. Marie Prokop D. Marie Prokop enjoys writing and reading stories with riveting adventures, spiritual insights, and enlightening cultural or social critiques. Her favorite authors include Madeline L'Engle,
Sorry, I’ve been so terrible about keeping up my blog this month! Luckily, I have two things to share! The first: Awakened by Love by Azin Sametipour I don’t usually read cultural fiction, but this book is great. It’s about an American Muslim girl named Zoha who is struggling to find herself among her family’s strict religious ways. She falls in love with a boy named Ethan, who couldn’t be further from what her parents want for her. I gave this book five stars on Goodreads! T
Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas holiday and that you’re all looking toward a bright, new 2018! To kick it off right, I wanted to share another chapter of The Time-Traveler’s Cat! CHAPTER THREE
Piper rubbed his face, looking at the clock. If it hadn’t been important, the time would have dragged by, but now that it was, it seemed like time was standing still.
He shook his head, blowing a breath between his lips as he looked down at the paper he’d been scribbling on all
This year has been crazy and exciting and heart-wrenching for me. Return to Royalty was published, I created my own publishing company, I did a handful of book signings, made some new writer-friends, participated in some blog hops, went to some comic cons, and lost a dearly loved member of my family. This month I’ve been dealing with the loss of Daisy, while trying to prepare for the holidays and finish my writing projects. Unfortunately, the cancer finally got the better of
I was tagged by EE Rawls! I don’t usually write by hand a lot, unless it’s notes or reminders, so this is fun! Here are the questions I answered: Write your name Write your blog’s name Write your favorite word and its definition Write something nice Write the name of your favorite song right now What are you writing with? Write a fun fact about yourself Write/draw your favorite emoticon Write a silly message Write who you’re tagging As you can see, I left 3 and 10 blank….I th
It’s that time of year. The time for buying presents, making wish lists, and planning New Year’s Resolutions. If any of those activities involve books for you, Indie Christian Books has a perfect event for you. From Nov 24th through Nov 30th, a huge selection of independently published Christian books are on sale. You can find discounted paperbacks, dozens of books offered with free shipping, $0.99 ebooks, package deals and more. Even if your budget is depleted from Christmas
Hi all, This week has been really crazy. Some family stuff has come up and made writing difficult. I’m pretty behind on TTTC, but I wanted to share another chapter with you! Enjoy! CHAPTER TWO
Piper let his head flop onto his desk. The clock had finally struck noon, meaning lunch time, but Piper knew he wouldn’t get away that easily. He’d come sliding in just behind the big bosses, just in time for them to not know he was late. He’d seen the way Bobby glared at him, but there
Hello all! We're now a week into NaNoWriMo! It's challenging and fun, and not too late for you to join it too! Just head over to their website and get started! As a special treat, I want to share with you the prologue and first chapter of The Time - Traveler's Cat! I hope you enjoy and I'd love to hear your feedback! PROLOGUE The sky was black. Shadows danced between the trees that surrounded Piper as he dashed through the brush. He could feel brambles and twigs grabbing at h
Today I want to share with you guys an excerpt from The Time – Traveler’s Cat! We’re three days into NaNoWriMo and I’d have to say it’s going great! I’d love to hear your thoughts and how you’re doing so far! PROLOGUE
The sky was black. Shadows danced between the trees that surrounded Piper as he dashed through the brush. He could feel brambles and twigs grabbing at him, as if they were gnarly fingers, trying to trap him. Panic was filling him as he struggled through the dens
Hi all, Sorry I've not sent anything out the last two weeks. Things have been slow here, so not much to report! Still working on A Gexalatian Tale Series book two and planning my NaNo project. I've also been working on a Halloween short! If you're interested in checking it out (it's only four parts with two up so far), head over to my blog. Hope you all are having a great week and talk to you later! #NaNoWriMo #books #Halloween
Not a lot happening here, other than finishing Book Two of A Gexalatian Tale Series and getting ready for NaNoWriMo! In light of that, I wanted to share two awesome books with you that I've had the pleasure of reading in the Indie Eden Book Club! Enjoy! FINDING PANDORA: BOOK ONE, WORLD Synopsis: Welcome to Haeylo, where Supes rule the city, humans are an endangered species and Pandora is as curious as ever.
Arriette Monroe never expected to be thrust into the heart of supe
This week I’m doing something different: a series spotlight on two amazing books by author Claire M.Banschbach as part of her relaunch blog tour! In January, Claire had the terrible news that her publisher was going under, so she decided to go indie! Check out her relaunch of her first book (The Rise of Aredor) and the launch of the second book in the series (The Wildcat of Braeton)! Also, scroll down for free stuff!! 😀 The Rise of Aredor Lost in a foreign land and separated
So this week I had a spark of insanity…er, inspiration! I’ve decided on my project for this year’s NaNoWriMo! Well, what do you guys think?? The synopsis goes something like this, but is subject to change: The year is 3088. The world has fallen to vermin and disease, cats having been erased from it by a devastating plague. To protect themselves, humanity has encapsulated their cities inside glass bubbles to keep the vermin and diseases out. No one goes beyond the glass walls.
I had known for a long time that I had lived many past lives. I didn’t need regression therapy or hypnosis to help me realize that. The memories were always in the back of my mind, even though I was always in the present. I’m not sure why my brain was wired that way, but every body I occupied, it was the same. I was okay with that. For several lives, I knew what to expect and what my purpose was. But all of that changed when I met Sylvia. Or, actually, the first time her name
https://promptuarium.wordpress.com/2017/08/09/once-upon-a-time-2/ This week’s prompt comes from the Promptuarium. Sorry for being lazy the last few weeks! If nothing else, there will be a writing prompt every Friday. The actual prize didn’t matter. It was just a chunk of gold metal, or silver or whatever they were made out of these days. No, what mattered was the roar of battle: the scent of leather and lathered hide, the snort of her mount, the sound of hoofbeats in the sand