Includes excerpts from:
and Me (Katrina Abbott)!
I hope you'll check it out, though why would... Read more of this blog post »
Eversea is on **SALE** for $0.99 to celebrate the release of next week's release of Mistletoe & Hollywood!:
A Christmas bundle featuring two novellas.
My Star, My Love by Natasha Boyd is an Eversea Series novella featuring Jack Eversea, the Hollywood superstar whose heart was stole... Read more of this blog post »
i'll miss you, but we need an army marching together for peace on earth starting with the smalles... Read more of this blog post »
To Myers the sin is something that, once committed, causes the Holy Spirit to... Read more of this blog post »
PASSION, POWER, AND PRIVILEGE
This is a great read. It's highly erotic
By Allen Smith
October 11, 2014
This is a great read. It's highly erotic, but is intricate in detail. The author clearly understands eroticism. Her detail to scenery is awe inspiring.
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Formed during the reign of Elizabeth I, the post of the Royal Occultist was created to safeguard the British Empire against threats occult, otherworldly, infernal and divine.
It is now 1920, and the title and offices have fallen to Charles St. Cyprian. Accompanied by his apprentice Ebe Gallowg...
Don’t forget to pick up your copy of Uncle Vernon, my really spooky Halloween story. It’s only 99c or 75p – bargain!
This is a republication of the story that first appeared in Spellbound 2011 three years ago. You can see it here: myBook.to/UncleV
I’d be SO grateful if those of you who... Read more of this blog post »
PS. Happy Halloween!
Brunanburh is OUT! You can now download an enjoy from all good ebook retailers or order a print copy via Lulu.com, Createspace, Amazon and all good print book retailers.
To recount here's the blurb
Athelstan, King of the English; Olaf Guthfrithsson, King of the Dublin Norse; Constantin, King of... Read more of this blog post »
All Broke Down is book #2 in the Rusk University series, and you can order it onAmazon, Barnes & Noble , or iBooks! Or find it in your local... Read more of this blog post »
Best Candy:Haribo Gummi BearsandRed Vines.
Best Candy Bar: Cadbury Fruit & Nut Bar and Twix.
Worst Candy:Whoppers. I assume that the strawberry milkshake ones are even worse but I’ve never tried them. AlsoBrachs Milk Chocolate Stars.
Best Candy That I Can’t Get Anymore:Sour Starburst and Chewy T...Read more of this blog post »
My email system hasn't been working properly these past few days - wondered why it had gone so quiet - so, if you've been trying to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org then please try ag... Read more of this blog post »
I was in a rut. I read, like, three shifter novellas in a row that I’d gotten on discount from a small publisher, and all three were blah. The dialog didn’t grab me. There were typos. Generally, I felt like I was critiquing rather than kicking back and reading for relaxation a...Read more of this blog post »
Halloween is here, and I’ve noticed some terrifyingly ugly Jack O’ Lanterns…. They don’t havethat comfortingDisneyfeel. They are, in fact, rather spooky. Here are a selection of the best and worst.
1. This poor fella has some kind of Pumpkin Blight or Psoriasis…
2.You’ll be scared and get most of...Read more of this blog post »
The thought of mauling a book by bending back a page would keep me up at night. I believe there is a separate floor in hell dedicated to those people that Dante would have gotten around to writing about if he wasn’... Read more of this blog post »
It is 8:43 AM. It is 2014. The tub drips. The traffic moves. I have family scattered all over the place. My dear boy is in Nevis. My youngest is in Bristol the UK one with her hub and the two beautiful children, girls. My other daughter still in Massachusetts, a minis... Read more of this blog post »
Her tastes in some things, however, are quite different, as you would expec... Read more of this blog post »
Who wants signed copies of Heavy Issues?
Click the link below and leave a comment.
I'll send the paperbacks anywhere in the world ;-)
Elle Aycart Read more of this blog post »
Alfred Kinsey was really into sex. All kinds of sex. His pioneering work to educate America about it has totally transformed the way this generation thinks and children are educated. Thanks to him, it’s now common knowledge that almost all men masturbate, that women peak sexually in their mid-30...Read more of this blog post »
Erzählt es der Welt - der heisseste Bad Boy kommt zu euch nach Hause <3
Treat him right ;)
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A while ago I was writing short vignettes about bridges. I ended up writing seven--and now they're live, at The Future Fire. You can read them here (and enjoy a different bridge illustration for each vignette), and the rest of the issue here.
But let me just give you some pictures of the referent... Read more of this blog post »
The Superversive Blog will return next week with a Guest Post.
This week, we have a writing article over at Magical Words.
Here is the opening:
My youngest son has a longstanding problem with nightmares. So he has learned to avoid things that might spark them. He will not walk through a modern books...Read more of this blog post »
John: It’s that time of year again, when writers send an avalanche to the ebook shelves hoping for a festive bestseller; when big-boobed slebs offer up their latest ghost-written
shenanigans; when agents and p... Read more of this blog post »
How adorable are these from @lisahugandhatch… Sooo cute! Xx
I recall vividly two Hallowe'ens from my youth.
On one occasion, my mother refused to open the front door to some children (actually surly teenagers dressed in bin bags and demanding confectionary with menaces) who clearly knew the house was occupied, since we’d opened the door moments before and... Read more of this blog post »
Congratulations to the ten winners!
I'll get those signed and in the mail to you no later than this coming Monday.
Enjoy, and I encourage and welcome your feedback and reviews.
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Relativity was my favourite topic until I realized that there was more to it than the usual classical theory. Let’s first talk about classical relativity or pre-Einstein relativity.
Case I: I drive at 60 kmph and you stand on the road watching me go past. You will find me driving at 60 kmph only.
...Read more of this blog post »
Adam, Grayson and I are heading to Yosemite for the weekend, but before we go I wanted to post this giveaway for you guys! Now, y’all know how much I adore my coffee. Always have, always will. We have a Nespresso machine, a French press and a Keurig and I just love all three for...Read more of this blog post »
Tagline for this film classic: “Thank God its only a movie.”
Psycho is based on a book by Robert Bloch and a screenplay by Joseph Stefano – and this is one of those rare cases where the screenplay is actually an improvement on the... Read more of this blog post »
The L. M. Roth Quiz of the Day is a quiz for those familiar with the books of L. M. Roth. If you are not familiar with the books of L. M. Roth, you’d better start cramming!
The answer to yesterday's quiz: it was Hansel and Gretel who attempted to solve the... Read more of this blog post »
This blog hop is all about the best treats for readers and authors– books and reviews! I think it’s pretty obvious that readers really love getting books as treats, so the candy of this blog hop is FREE ebooks! That’s right, you trick or treat on my website today, and you get your choice of any...Read more of this blog post »
O blgo tem andado um pouco abandonado recentemente mas isso está prestes a mudar e vocês já devem saber porquê: NaNoWriMo!
É verdade, Novembro já está a chegar outra vez e com ele vem o National Novel Writing Month.
Este ano vou escrever o romance que intitulei, temporariamente, de “Água mole em pe...Read more of this blog post »
Jason says: Hey, freaks! Spencer Blohm is back again with another guest post about terrible horror movies. If you've ever read this blog before, then you know how much I love me some craptastic cinema. You can find Spencer's other guest post about Ed Gein here. If you haven't watched the flicks... Read more of this blog post »
Lotta symbols and such here. People have been exploring and using them since before written language.
I received this question from a young (high school) fan/writer:
“I was just wondering do you ever think about symbolism, metaphor, theme, and allegory when writing your novels? Because I have 3 fr...Read more of this blog post »
Hello all! Tonight at 7 pm Easter time (6 pm Central Time) I’ll be over at the Rainbow Gold Reviews chat room with some other fab authors for one hour. Drop by and join the fun, ask questions, or just chat! It’s especially easy to sign in if you have a Twitter account.
p...Read more of this blog post »
Pretending Hearts will be released in less than two weeks!!! Eep! I can't wait to share Delia's story with all of my readers. I'll be doing weekly giveaways to promote the release, so make sure you stop by the blog often to see what's happening.
Delia Bridges is done living in the shadows... Read more of this blog post »
BIG news! My recent release, Marry Me in Montana , is free on Amazon today and all weekend long on Amazon! Marry Me in Montana is a short holiday-themed story with plenty of naughty fun. I hope you'll grab your free copy and tell a friend!
Celeste Jones is also leading a discussing about Marry Me... Read more of this blog post »
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