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Comment by Fuentes on May 3, 2013 at 1:36am


I really liked the couple Stark / Fairchild in "Release Me" with this little side of "Indecent Proposal" mixed with "Fifty Shade of Grey" that made the first volume intriguing and enchanting. All the secrets held by the heros were also good materials for the sequel.

There are beautiful erotic scenes but not only. This sequel combines emotions, drama and suspense. A beautiful love story.


Comment by Justin Bienvenue on May 2, 2013 at 3:03pm

Synopsis:What happens when a wanted man in Mexico flees the country to take on an oil purchase in a small town on the border of Mississippi and Alabama? The same thing that happens when the son of a recently departed sheriff of the small town along with the rest of the town tries to stop him, They battle in an all out bloody war. When Javier “Bones” Jones acquires abilities from a mysterious stranger one night he then decides to take the town for everything it’s worth. It is up to a young man by the name of Emerson Shaw along with the rest of the town to put a stop to Jones and his sinister agenda, from wreaking havoc and turning their home into a desolate ghost town.

Poems that represent the feel of the book:

The Duel

One eye opened and one eye closed
The squint
Makes all the difference

The twiddling of the thumbs
The preparing
Looking straight ahead

Fast and steady
The accuracy
Shall triumph in the end

Dead or Alive?
The shot
Successful yet fatal

Both eyes opened
The duel
Both eyes closed

The Lonesome Road

Whether they stumble on in or get thrown out
Drunkeness is part of what a cowboys all about
To the saloon if they win to the saloon if they loose
Celebration or humilation they cap it off with booze
Their thin brimmed hat on their heads they treat holy
Their attitudes always grim, to act sly and coldly
With a grin on their face and toothpick in their mouths
They respect no one but themselves being from the south
Enjoying a woman the same way they enjoy a drink
Dirty, With pleasure and drinkin theres no reason to think
No feelings of regret or shame but the minds a complete blur
Wondering where they left their gun and their spurs
Drinking and hangovers seems to be in the cowboy code
Whether it be walking the line or staggering onto that lonsome road..

Available on Amazon for $9.99 and Kindle for $4.99

Also available on Createspace eStore

My Website

Comment by Gabrielle Bisset on May 2, 2013 at 10:24am

Get the bestselling Blood & Dreams Sons of Navarus Box Set containing the series prequel and the first two books in the series, Blood Avenged and Blood Betrayed, along with the preview of the 4th book, Blood Prophecy, coming May 14 for just $.99 for a limited time!

See why readers love these vampire warriors! For paranormal romance and urban fantasy fans alike!

Comment by Brandi S. on May 2, 2013 at 10:20am

Ruth from Write Away Bliss interviewed me on her blog today for Addicted to Magic! Stop by and check it out, read the excerpt for Crossfire, book 2 in the Addicted series, and enter to win an ebook of Addicted to Magic! Hurry, only 2 days left on the clock!

You can also check out her review of Addicted to Magic here:

Comment by Richard Lee Byers on May 2, 2013 at 9:12am
Thomas Deja interviewed me for the first episode of the Nocturne Travel Agency Podcast. You can check it out here:

Comment by Maryanne Grabo on April 30, 2013 at 9:25pm

Here are the first two novels in Markelle Grabo's YA fantasy fiction series Journey into the Realm. #1 The Elf Girl and #2 The Spell Master. Book #3 is currently in the 1st stage of editing. Books are in paperback or Ebook for Nook or Kindle - and can also be purchased directly from the publisher or on Markelle's website.

Go check her out

You can also find her on 

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Comment by Jessica O'Gorek on April 30, 2013 at 8:59pm

Enter to WIN a signed copy of Gemini Rising, a book marker and a surprise art graphic!

Comment by Cody Alan Reel on April 30, 2013 at 8:50pm

Also, like me on Facebook because I will have my most recent giveaway pinned to the top of the page.

Comment by Cody Alan Reel on April 30, 2013 at 8:45pm

I'm giving away "Dark" on Kindle this Saturday, May 4th.

Description: They say the freaks come out at night. 

But so do the thieves, rapists, and murderers. 

What happens when there is no light? A group of children fight to defend their innocence, and fight a battle within themselves. A battle between remaining innocent or growing up and giving in to the desires that only the power of being an adult can create.

Best review: 4 stars

I really liked Dark. It reminded me of a post apocalyptic dystopian with a twist. The story line held my interest so well that I finished it without interruption, which is very unusual for me when I read on the Kindle. I loved the author's dark, witty sense of humor. Even though the funeral scene is a little morbid, I found myself laughing so hard that I had tears rolling down my face. I thought it was hilarious. The only problem that I had with the book was that it was very repetitive. The author would state something, go on to another paragraph, then restate the same thing again in the next paragraph. It drove me crazy at first. There were a couple spelling errors, but they were very minor and didn't take away from the story. I loved the ending of the book. It had a lot of shock value. I liked the alternate ending as well. Although I like the shock value of the first ending better. I am excited to read more of Cody Alan Reel's short stories in the future.

Also, to get any social networking out of the way:

Thank you :)

Comment by Rhiannon Paille on April 29, 2013 at 12:37pm

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