Thursday, September 26, 2013

The Unknown - Lara Henley



Misty found out early in life that things just don't come easy. She has learned to trust no one, and that you can't depend on anyone but yourself when the chips fall. Finally free of the states clutches she sets out on a whirl wind adventure called LIFE....

But she never expected Drake....

Drake... is Use to being in the lime light just graduated from college. Wondering what's next? Misty is a welcome surprise. So different from his everyday mundane experiences..

Can two completely different people share a journey that could change both of their lives forever? Or will they end up destroying each other in the process?

Escape to The UnKnown



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Monday, September 23, 2013

COVER REVEAL - MOTH by SEAN POINDEXTER

The new thriller by Sean Poindexter will be available for download on Wednesday, September 25, 2013.
 
 
Social Worker Max Hollingsworth is no stranger to the otherworldly. But when he’s called upon to investigate a missing child, he stumbles upon a deeper mystery.

Children are vanishing and no one, not even their parents, remembers them. Suspicion turns to Neo-Nazi vampires and humans running a child slavery ring, but even that is only the beginning. For help he turns to friends, old and new, but even they might not be enough. When new enemies turn deadly, old enemies become allies, including the least likely ally of all: an enemy whose cruelty and evil was almost his end, and haunts him still.
 
 
 
 

Friday, September 20, 2013

The New and Improved Hot Cauldron

I am so happy to announce that Ambrosia Arts has revamped my short story anthology, The Hot Cauldron. Yes, these are the same stories, but with much better editing and formatting. I am pleased and excited. They also revamped the cover and it is hot and smoking. Thank you Jacquelynn Gagne and Kristy Charbonneau.

 

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Michael Loring -Dehumanized




Michael Loring

Authors Bio: Michael Loring was born in Bristol, Connecticut, but has lived in a variety of places such as Florida and Tennessee. He likes to think of himself as an amateur Lycanthropologist, studying werewolves ever since he was eight years old when he first saw An American Werewolf In London. He spent most of his life switching between home school and public school, always focusing on his passion of writing no matter what. His interest in writing was sparked in the second grade when his teacher encouraged him to write short stories for the class, earning him more than one award at school assemblies for Creative Writing.

He currently resides back in his birthplace of Connecticut with a house full of women who like to drive him up the wall until he finishes his chores. Though they seem to avoid him during the night of the full moon for some unexplainable reason…
 
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