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Comment by Richard Lee Byers on September 4, 2013 at 5:43pm

"I am vengeance. I am the night. I am...Batfleck!" is my new column on Airlock Alpha.

Comment by ER Pierce / Ryanne Hawk on September 4, 2013 at 10:21am

Are you ready for an emotional ride into my new world of D/s?

I bet you can't wait to meet Paige Reynolds and the Dom she falls irrevocably in love with...

The Contract - September 10, 2013
Lock and Key - September 17, 2013
One Night of Control - September 24, 2013

Comment by Christopher Poole on September 3, 2013 at 10:08pm

Hey Everyone! Check out my first book, Call of the Grave!

"A young woman going through the trials and tribulations of life finds herself in a lonely and desperate position that she can't get out of. Homeless and broken, she meets someone who would change her life, change the way she thinks, and change the way she looks at her life."

Read it and give it a review! I'm sure you will enjoy it!

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-Chris Poole

Comment by Adrian W. Lilly on September 3, 2013 at 9:58pm

Sharing a review of my third novel, The Wolf at His Door. Enjoy!


The Wolf at His Door (The Runes Trilogy) by Adrian Lilly is essentially a werewolf, gay, mystery novel. An enjoyable read that makes the reader impatient for the release of the 2nd book in the trilogy.

Comment by Randall Beaird on September 3, 2013 at 1:14pm

Randy Bamboo covers life on a East Texas bamboo plantation and assorted other topics.  I'm looking to swap reviews/critiques of our blogs. 

Comment by Irina Shapiro on September 3, 2013 at 10:45am

When a young woman vanishes without a trace from a quaint fishing village on the coast of England only one person knows the truth, but he remains silent allowing the authorities to search for her in vain.

Meanwhile, Valerie Crane finds herself transported to the year 1605. Terrified and confused she turns for help to the Whitfield brothers, who take her in and offer her a home. Both Alexander and Finlay Whitfield fall in love with the mysterious woman who shows up on their doorstep creating a love triangle that threatens to consume them all. Valerie must make her choice, deciding between the brother who will lead her down the path of destruction or one who will give her a love she couldn’t find in her own time.


Comment by C. Martin Stepp on September 3, 2013 at 7:33am

September special! Walking Backwards and Two Thursdays will be on sale at Amazon for the entire month of September. $5.95 USD for the print version and only $2.99 for the Kindle.

Comment by Fuentes on September 3, 2013 at 4:10am


A wacky mix, critical and caustic humour!
Full of caricatures and contemporary references, this comics really surprised me.
The illustrations are not beautiful. However, they are realistic, precise and fit perfectly with the mood and tone of the book.


Comment by Fuentes on September 3, 2013 at 4:10am


It made me shudder!
A bit like watching a train collide with another. You are the unfortunate witness of an accident that will trigger chain reactions and pain.

I did not expect to enjoy a story of adultery so much. Very well written!


Comment by Fuentes on September 3, 2013 at 4:10am


A powerful love story, full of hope, very well written.

And it is emotionally very well pictured. The reader is able to still feel the love felt by both spouses and the abyss that separates them. All the misunderstandings that hurts because the words are not known and said aloud.



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