Quick Update

Howdy all! I just wanted to share a quick little update for those who hang around. I know I usually post more regularly than I have been, but these last couple weeks have been such a flustercluck. Issues with books, Amazon, kids, the weather, depression, and now the dreaded stomach bug has hit my house.... Continue Reading →

Reader Interview: Becky Camp

Today I'm sharing a recent interview with the lovely Becky Camp. She's a mother of three and reader of mysteries, thrillers, sic-fi, and fantasy! How many books do you usually read in a month? It depends on the month but I would say usually 1 a month. What are your favorite genres to read? I... Continue Reading →

TL Barnes-Featured Author

TL's website features a weekly update from one of the many characters in their WIP.  It is a weekly serialized zombie fiction ranging in length from 600 to 1000 words a week. The posts are designed to be interactive in the sense readers can comment about the update and how they are "surviving" and the... Continue Reading →

Trouble with Howlers

(The Amazing and Ludicrous Adventures of Doctor Antonio Book 1) In the dark, damp canopy of the South American rainforest lives a psychiatrist named Antonio Agular Frigiliana Ribaldio Valdicarzana, otherwise known as Dr. Antonio. In addition to being a professional, level-headed psychologist, Dr. Antonio is also a talking Capuchin monkey, who is finally finished with... Continue Reading →

NEXT GIRL TO DIE by Dea Poirier

Solving the case will avenge her sister—unless the killer finds her first. It’s been fifteen years since Claire Calderwood’s sister, Rachel, was brutally murdered in their small hometown in Maine. Claire has finally carved out a life for herself as a homicide detective in Detroit, but the past comes calling when the local police back... Continue Reading →

Love Dust Blog Tour- William Thatch

William Thatch is a published author known for his work in the "Of Words" short story anthologies. Despite being a writer since the age of five, he really has no words to describe himself. Photographic evidence of his existence is hard to come by, leading many to believe he is Big Foot, who has repeatedly... Continue Reading →

Scourge by Charley Pearson

Stacy and Aatos work alone to find a cure, as the CDC and FBI close in. Will they find a way to stop the plague or will it be the end of the world? Financially independent, biochemistry genius Stacy Romani grows up off the grid, while her Roma family takes advantage of her knowledge for... Continue Reading →

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