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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Catch the Thrills with Jennifer Chase's EMILY STONE SERIES!

Crime has a new nemesis and her name is Emily Stone. She will continue to hunt serial killers and child abductors as long as they are out there.
This is her life. Tag along with vigilante detective Emily Stone in a first time ever “live action” novel short film.  Be sure to watch it full screen, turn up the volume, and enjoy.

Check out the Award-winning EMILY STONE THRILLER SERIES available at Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iTunes, Smashwords, and most online and book retailers.
You can find Jennifer Chase and all of her books at:

Jennifer Chase
Award Winning Author & Criminologist


Books: Compulsion  Dead Game  Dark Mind  Dead Burn  Silent Partner  Screenwriting

Saturday, September 27, 2014

New N.N. Jackson

This blog features a new romance by N.N. Jackson... Miranda's relationship ends abruptly after she finds out her boyfriend is cheating on her. She decides to leave everything, and goes to Italy for a summer holiday. She wants to get her mind straight, to find her inner peace, and strength. What she is not expecting is a mysterious, painfully good-looking Italian. She needed to reconcile. It was not even about a reconciliation with John. She needed reconciliation with herself, to forgive herself for the lousy ending. For lousy last 2 years of relationship. For trying to hold on to something that just wasn't there anymore. When she got under the shower, her eyes were open, but she wasn't really aware. She was deeply in a process of reassessment of her life. Of her youth. Of herself. John was probably just the trigger. There were more sinister emotions emerging, mostly occurring when she was really tired. Hatred, resentment, burning anger. But the worst thing was hope. Underneath it all, a part of her hoped they would be back together. Hope can really mess you up. Absence of hope can lead to accepting and letting go. But when there's a hope, and you're not even aware it's there, lying like a cat in the dark, then you have a real problem on your hands. ******************** It was not so much his face, although it was very appealing and tempting. It was the look in his eyes. So dangerous, yet very kind, so challenging but still very passionate. Miranda found herself unprepared for this. She was surprised by her own reaction to this... well, face it, a complete stranger. *********************** "I sense that your heart is filled with sadness, resentment, longing and, maybe even, unfulfilled promises." She wasn't sure if he really felt all that or if it's just a sleazy pick-up line. "How do you know all this, Marco?" He sounded sincere. "It's not that hard. I've been watching you, and what more, I've been listening to you talking. People's voices are a treasury of information. You just have to be open to it enough, and you will be able to hear what they are really saying. Once you do that, you become aware what's really underneath the surface." Miranda was silent, absorbing his every word, absorbing every move his lips made. Marco continued. "Resentment and suppression of emotions are poisonous. It alienates you from your soul. Not to mention, it adds wrinkles to your forehead!" Miranda loved the way he could be deep and funny at the same time. Find out more here!

Friday, August 1, 2014

Viv Drewa - Owl lover and Author!

Before I tell you anything about myself let me answer a question everybody asks me: Why do you have owls in your novels? The answer is because I’ve always loved them and wanted to work them into my passion for writing. My favorite of all the owls is the barn owl which is on my author’s page on FaceBook and the banner on my blog.I had been awarded third place for my nonfiction short story about my grandfather's escape from Poland. Later, I rewrote this story and was published in the "Polish American Journal" as "From the Pages of Grandfather's Life" and has republished it on as a short story.I took creative and journalism courses to help in my transition to fulfill my dream of becoming a writer. I worked as an intern for Port Huron's 'The Times Herald", and also wrote, edited and did the layout or the Blue Water Multiple Sclerosis newsletter "Thumb Prints."
Links to my works:


The Angler and the OwlUS:



The Angler and the Owl US:


The Owl of the Sipan LordUS:


From the Pages of Grandfather's LifeUS: US:

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Jessica Kong - Inspirations

How did you come up with the idea for your storyline?
If you are an author, I am sure you have been asked this question multiple times. If you are a reader, you must have thought ‘where do authors come up with this stuff?’

Well, for me it all started with a scene from a black and white romance movie that I once saw. It was a couple laying on the beach in an intimate embrace as the incoming waves washed over them. That scene sparked a dream so real that it kept me in its clutches for months. Normally, I read horrors and paranormals as well as watch them on TV. At the time I had this dream, I had become a new mother of triplets. It goes without being said that I needed time to relax and regain my sanity. I did this by replaying in my mind my favorite books and movies and playing video games. And even though those storylines were great, there was always something I wished the characters had done differently.

This led me to ask the ‘what if’ question. What if the man on the beach was a secret agent and the woman he held in his arms was an alien from another world that he was protecting from his government? What if this alien humanoid evolved from felines? My mind began showing me a storyline heading in a different direction than the movies’. I found it interesting and fun, so I started to write it down. My new ‘escape from a chaotic world’ was created.

As I wrote about this blossoming romance, the couple became more real to me. Their story continued to unravel in my head. It began to include family members, best friends, traveling into space, even a timeline. As my triplets grew, I wrote storyline after storyline from that one beach scene, eventually writing A Seacat’s Love starring Rick McCall and Leonora—my spy and alien. Now my fans can experience the dream I had that night so many years ago. Author Biography My writing career began with the publication of the first two books in the Sea-anan Saga, A Lost Kitten and A Forgotten Kitten. The themes and story lines of my books are based on my real-life experience in an interracial marriage. I also incorporate experiences my triplets went through growing up, like being treated as outsiders by kids who weren’t minorities or multiracial, or, now that they’re older, being labeled or avoided. My books have a message about not judging others before you get to know them. Also, by making the differences between races more exaggerated, I emphasize how, when you look past the tiny factor of race, we all share the same basic needs, desires, and cultures. The protagonists in books one and two of the Sea-anan Saga are children of an intergalactic marriage, so, just as in the original Star Wars Trilogy, the first book of the Oceanan Trilogy, A Seacat’s Love, goes back in time to tell the story of the parents who started it all. To connect with me, go to: Website: Facebook Book Page: Facebook Fan Page: Amazon Author Page: Twitter: Goodreads: Google +: Pinterest: Tumblr:

Monday, May 19, 2014

Ciara Lake Mixing SCI FI with Romantic Suspense in Triaxen

CIARA LAKE'S THE TRIAXEN -- SIREN PUBLISHING [Siren Allure: Erotic Futuristic Sci-Fi Romantic Suspense] Ancelin Trever is running from a nightmare. Her family brutally murdered, she runs to the new colony world, Verrian. Wild and untamed, this alien world is full of dangers she is ill prepared for. Haunted by her past, she's forced to trust a man she must struggle to hide her growing attraction from. Krevan Vallex is an embittered Triaxen recently released from Hellgate Prison Planet. When he negotiates a land deal, he has no idea that he's getting far more than he could ever imagine. Surrounded by the harsh brutality of a world without laws, Krevan is torn by his desire to remain alone and the burning passion he feels for Ancelin. When her past is uncovered and she's thrown into an old danger, Krevan must face his own emotional upheaval and risk it all to protect the woman he loves. ** A Siren Erotic Romance - Content Warning: graphic sex, some violence CHECK OUT THIS REVIEW BY JOYFULLY REVIEWED 5.0 out of 5 stars "If you love a good sci-fi read than you will want to add The Triaxen to your bookshelf (or reader).", By Amazon Customer - This review is from: The Triaxen (Siren Publishing Allure) (Kindle Edition) Ancelin is starting over on the remote new colony of Verrian. But in her haste to escape Earth and the tragedy that befell her there she doesn't do enough homework about this new lawless land she is heading to. But, when she contracted to live in Krevan's old house it might have just been the first break she has gotten. When Krevan takes one look at her he is intrigued and drawn to her. Anvelin can't believe the changes in the weather or the harshness of the Verrian landscape, or the men. When she sees Krevan she is immediately drawn to him, though he doesn't even know all there is to know about his race or his past. But, will she find her future in Krevan's arms? The Triaxen is a unique look into another world and this challenges that will bring to people. It also mixes in a potentially deadly race and intrigue in the fact that those who were after Ancelin's family have followed her to Verrian. I love how both Ancelin and Krevan grow and adapt to each other and their love as time goes by. I was intrigued by not only the premise of the story but the story itself. If you love a good sci-fi read than you will want to add The Triaxen to your bookshelf (or reader). Tanya For joyfully Reviewed

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Free book from Jennifer Labelle May 17th and May 18th Kindle

Book blurb: Goody, goody Teegan Hallowell was tired of being teased for following the rules. So, when her brother’s sexy friend shows an interest, she rebels, and learns all about the good kind of bad.

Now ten years later, Teegan returns home to escape a horrible mistake, but wonders if she’s made an even bigger one by returning. There was a reason she left Digby, when her dreams shattered and the man she loved betrayed her. So when she realizes she’s still in love with him, matters become complicated when he reveals her reason for leaving him was all in vain.

Liam Bates has every intention of loving Teegan again, but she’s had it rough and he needs to rebuild her trust. The spark is still there, and as they explore what once was, their love is tested when Teegan disappears, and Liam will stop at nothing until he finds her again.


Author bio: Jennifer Labelle resides in Canada with her husband and three beautiful children. After her third child she became a stay at home mom. In her busy household Jennifer likes to spend her down time engrossed in the stories that she creates. She is an active reader of romance, mystery and anything paranormal. With an education in Addictions work she's decided to take a less stressful approach in life and hopes that you enjoy, as she shares some of her imagination with all of you.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Ciara Lake Enchants with next in Forsaken Series

Ciara Lake Enchanted Waves is the latest Forsaken book by Ciara Lake. Check out these books and my partner's books, Elise Whyles, who has written the odd numbered Forsaken Books series. You can purchase these books at and Beachwalk Press.

Tabitha Lock's mundane life changes when her future walks out of the sea into her arms. Attorney Tabitha Lock has put her career before everything, including her love life. Exhausted from too many late nights, early mornings, and endless days spent in court, Tabitha is at the end of her rope. Add to that the sensual dreams and voices that haunt her sleep, and she's driven to the edge of her sanity. Jax Aquila, Mer prince and son of Poseidon, is ordered to locate a mortal female in the twenty-first century. Although this woman is unaware of it, she has vampire heritage, but her immortality was forsaken to her due to the sins of her ancestor. Old hatred and prejudice toward vampires push Jax toward pursing his own agenda and avoiding his assigned task. When Jax meets Tabitha, he has no idea this enticing woman is the one he was sent to find. The magic of their attraction drives him to pursue the beautiful woman. When he discovers the truth, can he accept Tabitha for what she is? And can Tabitha accept herself? As they struggle with the issues at hand, an ancient evil stirs, waiting in the darkness to reclaim their lost position among the immortals. When the evil ones make their move and Tabitha's life hangs in the balance can Jax find her in time, or will she be lost to him forever?
Content Warning: graphic sex, some violence

Monday, March 3, 2014

Blossoming of the Witch - Julie Revezzo

The blossoming of Witch…. by Juli D. Revezzo

The Artist’s Inheritance, the first in my Antique Magic paranormal fantasy series came about from the idea of an artist’s obsession. But more than taking it from the artists’ point of view, I decided to go from the point of view of those that loved him. Particularly, his wife. What might that obsession look like to her? What effect might it have on her? And in a twist on the hero/damsel in distress motif, when it turned out there was a little more involved with this than just the creative spark, when the fingerprints of an angry ancestral goddess become evident, what would she do to save him from that goddess’ wrath?

Well, my Caitlin decided she had much to say about the subject, and even more she had her own “ghosts” to deal with. In one way, quite literally and in others, figuratively. The lessons the gods determined her husband had to learn became hers too and she blossomed under the lessons. Now, in Drawing Down the Shades, she’s a little more in tune with the otherworld. That’s not to say she still doesn’t have a lot to learn. So here, though she has more in her arsenal, the ghosts still throw curveballs at her. What impressions does an artist leave behind on his work when this life is done? What if the artist’s obsession transcends this life into the next? How can a soul like that be helped? These are the ongoing questions of the series.

Trevor and Caitlin were once happy newlyweds, profiting from Trevor's art. Until Trevor inherits his brother's house, and with it, his part of a family curse. Now, Caitlin will stop at nothing to save her beloved husband from insanity and suicide, even if it means she must embrace her destiny and become a witch.
The Artist’s Inheritance (Antique Magic, book one) is available at:

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Drawing Down the Shades (Antique Magic, book two)

Business can be hell... Life is good at Starfort Collectibles until the owners, Caitlin and Trevor Fulmer, acquire a beautiful statuette with a murky past. Shortly thereafter, mysterious hauntings wreak havoc on the couple when a ghost in the attic threatens retribution. Caitlin presses her coven for help before the ghost succeeds in meting out deadly punishment—on Trevor.

About Juli D. Revezzo: Juli D. Revezzo is a Florida girl, with a love of fantasy, science fiction, and Arthurian legend, so much so she gained a B.A. in English and American Literature. She loves writing stories with fantastical elements whether it be a full-on fantasy, or a story set in this world-slightly askew. She has been published in short form in Eternal Haunted Summer, Dark Things II: Cat Crimes (a charity anthology for cat related charities), Luna Station Quarterly, Crossing the River, An Anthology in Honor of Sacred Journeys; The Scribing Ibis: An Anthology of Pagan Fiction in Honor of Thoth, and Twisted Dreams Magazine. She’s the author of The Antique Magic series and the Paranormal Romance Harshad Wars series.

She is a member of the Independent Author Network and the Magic Appreciation Tour. Come learn more about her at

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Identity Crisis of the Paranormal Kind - C A Anderson

Please welcome C A Anderson as she talks about her scary road to publishing and an even scarier scenario for her paranormal novel.

Six years ago I started writing a novel based on a nightmare. For four years, I worked on the book rewriting eight times until doubt stopped me. Then I had an idea, I’ll write a bunch of short stories. To prove to myself if I am a writer or not. So I wrote and I ended up fourteen short stories. Now I have doubt with fourteen piles of papers on my art room floor. Not all can be best sellers, so I picked three books to start rewriting. My daughter, boyfriend, and friends encouraged me to keep writing. I buried myself in these books. I tracked every step each character took, what they said, what the weather was like, and what was being done to them. I wrote for months in my cave of isolation. From time to time, I let everyone know my progress, and they kept encouraging me. But doubt was still with me after every rewrite. It came to the point that one book had had all the rewriting it could take. Then fear showed up, time to have someone else read it, a professional. Doubt, fear, and I sent it to an editor.

For six weeks I agonized over why I hadn’t gotten the book back, yet dreading the day I do get the book back. What if the editor says its garbage? What if the editor says I’m a hack, a phony, and I better keep my day job. I continue to work on the two other books while I waited with doubt and fear. Then the day arrived, that email was there. It was staring at me, daring me to open it. I was paralyzed. That email had the power to destroy me. Blast my hopes and dreams into small twitching bits on the carpet. I took me hours to raise the courage to open it. By dinner time I was done making excuses, time to find my courage, and open the damn thing. It was the best letter I could ever asked for. It contained everything I need to hear about my book, what was wrong, and what was right. I wasn’t going to implode, I was elated! After four weeks of correcting and rewriting, I sent copies to my friends to read. They all liked the book and encouraged me to publish. Three weeks later I self-published my first book and kicked doubt in the face. Don’t listen to fear and doubt, publish your damn book!

Stuart Mason, a traveling salesman is trying to get home in a storm. He is grateful when he finds a vacancy at the end of the strip. The Deco Hotel is feeling generous and allows Stuart to enjoy the grandeur of a bye gone era. That is until the previous occupants of room 309 come back. Stuart is mistaken for a mob boss and is forced to play out the murders that took place over seventy years ago. Stuart talked his way into that room, now he has to talk his way out.


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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Mystical, Magical or Reality? New Caitlin Diggs reviewed!

When I began writing Caitlin Diggs's fourth novel, 9 Incarnate, I was fascinated with the idea of gods and aliens. Many who are familiar with Ancient Aliens are aware of the theories which propose aliens were mistaken by primitive cultures to be gods. Could this be the case with ancient Egypt? It would seem some kind of divine intervention or magic was cultivated to bring about one of the wonders of the world, the pyramids.

Could these magestic structures be the work of sole humans without the aid of precision capable tool making to not only cut the blocks perfectly but lift what appears to have been blocks of stone weighing megatons into place?

The answer may be contained in the pages of 9 INCARNATE when Agent Caitlin Diggs explores the mystery of the ancient world via the arrival of the Ennead, a group of gods claiming to be the ancient divine nine of Egypt. Well, except of course for Isis, who appears to have been residing within Caitlin due to a strange incident with a crystal.

The Wiccan FBI Agent Briana McFadden and fringe scientist Claude Brahms often spar in this book, each arguing for magic and science. McFadden believes nature was manipulated by the gods whereas Brahms believes the manipulation is only possible because of physics. In other words, blocks of stone didn't float into place by magical spells but because someone manipulated gravity via vibration.

I hope you'll come along for this crazy ride into Earth's past, present and probable future in 9 INCARNATE. See the first review below.

5 stars A very original fun read January 8, 2014 By Sheri A. Wilkinson

'Very original story line, I loved it! Caitlin Diggs is a preternatural investigator. She is investigating a murder and hears a voice in her head. She finds that she is one with the Goddess Isis. With the help of her friend Briana they set out to solve the crime and the mystery the Egyptian pyramids hold.

A fun read. I loved the blend of Egyptian Gods/Goddesses with the mortal world. Also the mystery and the originality of the story line. Caitlin was very likable, the situation she was put in, and the way she handled it was fascinating to watch unfold. A well written story I find all will enjoy.'