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Comment by Ashley Odum on July 24, 2013 at 11:05am

Hello! Hello! Hello! I've just created a fb author page. I have an upcoming release-it's not until October, but it's never too early to market. If you'd like, I would love for you to go over and like my page where I'll be posting teasers from the work and uploading my progress. If I'm able to get one like by the end of the day, I will post a teaser tonight. The link is below.

Cheers and thanks!

Comment by Paula Phillips on July 23, 2013 at 1:57am

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Do you have what it takes to be a Book Reviewer ? Don't mind reading eBook's and writing reviews ? Love to Blog about Books and what's happening in the world of Literature ? With my site The Phantom Paragrapher becoming more recognisable , I am needing to take on an extra person or two ? If interested, please email me at

Comment by Theresa M. Moore on July 22, 2013 at 6:15pm

Hi, I'm just joining this group. I have several books to talk about which might be of some interest. More information about then visit

Swords of The Dragon's Blood is the 9th book in my Children of The Dragon series, and will be published in the fall. It will be printed in trade paperback with an ebook in several formats. Price is pending.

The Most important Science Fiction Films of The 20th Century will be published sometime this month. It is in the final editing stages; the size will be 8.5 x 11 x 1", paperback. So far it is topping out at almost (or over) 400 pages. Price is pending.

Nagrasanti - Children of The Dragon book 7 is available in ebook formats for free until July 31, as part of a limited promotion.

The Children of The Dragon vampire series is epic science fiction, myth and history, romance, tragedy and triumph; linked together by the common theme of the vampire as hero. Each story is a word movie about characters who have had encounters with vampires from the planet Antellus who were once human but were transformed by the power of a dragon's blood. Each book is a completely unique adventure and designed to stand alone or as part of the set.

That's it for now. I'll have more news later. Thanks.

Comment by Myna Alexanderson-Berlyn on July 22, 2013 at 1:10pm

The Honey Witch


A Gothic Novel of Dark Fantasy & Paranormal Suspense

In 1996, Dr. Ethan Broughton agreed to investigate a potent medicinal plant and a rumor of curative miracles on Porringer Hill in East Tennessee. What he found was an isolated community of disturbing superstition centered on one woman, Ana Lagori, a local apothecary with a mysterious ability to heal all wounds.

This is the story of that most fateful encounter.


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Comment by christina tetreault on July 21, 2013 at 8:15pm

Free romance novel available for all ereaders.

Comment by Dana Roquet on July 19, 2013 at 9:58am

ENT (Ereader News Today) featuring Into the Future Today!

Into the Future is being featured on ENT today as a Bargain Book of the day. Just $.99 cents

Please stop by ENT and like and share their link on FACEBOOK
When author Torie Mills moved to tiny Fremont, Iowa, she found the love of her life and the place where she finally felt she belonged. Five generations of Dave Cameron’s family had inhabited the large idyllic Victorian house he and Torie now called home. They settled in, started a family and seemed to be living the perfect fairytale ending.
Fast forward two years. The Cameron family, including little one-year-old Rose, have been chased from their home by the time travels they believed they had left behind. Quiet Mahaska County has become a Mecca for fans of the psychological thriller Where Evil Lived, which Torie wrote concerning the 1959 mass murder of her Mills cousins. It was just meant to be a way to help Dave heal and put it behind him for good. Now it had taken on a life of its own.
While Torie searches desperately for the answers that will fix her fractured family and allow them the happily ever after they deserve, Dave struggles to hold on to his sanity and keep a secret from her that will test him to the limits of his endurance as he comes to terms with the time travel gift that neither he, Torie nor their child will be able to resist or control.

Comment by Chris Stevenson on July 17, 2013 at 5:13pm

Latest installment at Guerrilla Warfare For Writers:

Young Adult? Wuss Up?

Comment by Jim Rada on July 17, 2013 at 10:57am

Get “A Byte-Size Friend (Hackers #1)” FREE on Kindle Today!


Download A Byte-Size Friend (Hackers #1) for FREE. A Byte-Size Friend is the first in a new series that I’m working on for young adults.

Here’s the link for the book. If you would please tweet about it or mention it on Facebook or reblog this post, I’d really appreciate it.


Here’s the story:

Chris Alten was a 13-year-old star athlete until an accident kills his father and leaves him confined to a wheelchair. His world has suddenly shrunk in size and he cannot adjust to the changes. He takes his frustration out on his mother and his friends.

Then he meets a new, mysterious friend. This friend has no name and seems to know everything about Chris. Chris’s friend expands his world through the use of virtual reality and teaches Chris to reach out and make new friends. One of the new friends he makes is Ashlyn Jacobsen, a cheerleader who is anxious to prove she has more than just a surface beauty.

Chris is surprised when he and Ashlyn discover that his mysterious friend is a computer program created by his father. The program was a pioneering experiment in artificial intelligence that has grown beyond its programming since the death of Chris’s father.The program, which Chris names Harvey, now needs Chris’s and Ashlyn’s help to survive or it may be crippled in much the same way that Chris has been. Having learned the value of friendship, Chris and Ashlyn must now come to Harvey’s aid.


Once you read it, I’d love to know what you think or better yet, post a review on Amazon.


Comment by George Cook on July 17, 2013 at 7:38am

The Dead War Trilogy

When the dead walk a hero shall rise!

The Dead War Trilogy is the story of that hero, Sergeant Richards!

In the year 2053 the dead walked. Mankind was caught off guard at first but within six years mounted a massive military assault against the dead.

These are the stories of some of those men and women that fought back.

These are the stories of some trying to find a cure.

These are the stories of those that are just trying to survive the nightmare of the walking dead.

These are the stories of those that caused The Dead War.

The Dead War Trilogy includes:

The Dead War Series Book One

The Dead War Series Book Two: Abomination

The Dead War Series Book Three: WAR

Paperback $6.99:

Kindle $2.99:

Comment by R.L. Kiser on July 17, 2013 at 12:07am

New Cover! Whadda' ya' think? Lemme know. This things don't grow on trees, ya' know.Read an excerpt on Goodreads.

Buy link: Books by R.L. Kiser


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