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Comment by R.L. Kiser on June 27, 2013 at 11:50pm

The Prophecy of Tara     Hot Babe Kicks Butt!

by R.L. Kiser

In ancient times there was a Great Power in the land, the evil side could not be destroyed, but was broken into pieces, subdued, and scattered.  A prophecy foretells of its rise  and subjugation of a noble family in the north. The monks who led the first battle cannot directly intervene. They train a beautiful and powerful Warrior Woman from early childhood  and instill in her the knowledge to defeat the risen power. Her task is to deliver the knowledge across the land to a powerful wizard in the west. Along the way she is joined by a stranded star traveler, a giant from the north, ancient warriors from the time before, and others. There are many enemies who would see to her undoing, including an invincible and feared Shadow Dancer. The path is fraught with peril.

Available at AmazonSmashwords (all formats), Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and the print edition at Createspace.  -  Give it a read and tell me what you think.

Comment by Richard Lee Byers on June 27, 2013 at 9:49pm

In my new Airlock Alpha column, I consider which DC heroes belong in the Justice League movie:

Comment by Untreed Reads on June 27, 2013 at 5:39pm

The author of the adult best-sellers When Elephants Weep and Dogs Never Lie About Love has reached into his treasure trove of stories about the emotional lives of animals to tell fifteen fascinating stories to young readers. Jeffrey Masson's graceful, accessible prose illuminates the capacity of both wild and domestic animals to live by their emotions–to love, share joy, feel sorrow or loneliness, and show compassion. 

Young people have little difficulty recognizing or believing that animals have feelings. They will respond to these real-life tales about a mother cat who saves her kittens from a fire; a parrot who says "I'm sorry"; the special friendship between a dog and a lion; and many others. The stories can be read aloud to younger children or enjoyed by independent readers. Beautifully illustrated with lush watercolor paintings, this book makes the perfect gift and is ideally suited to the animal lover in every child.

Illustrated by Shirley Felts.

About Author Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson:

Masson gave up both his professorship and his analytic career to delve into the far more fascinating world of animal emotions. Two of his books, When Elephants Weep and Dogs Never Lie About Love, were New York Times best-sellers. He became vegetarian as a result of his research, and later, when he looked into the feelings of farm animals, he became even stricter, and no longer eats or uses any animal product (vegan). He lives on a beach in New Zealand with his two sons, his wife, a golden lab, and three cats.

How to Purchase Dogs Have the Strangest Friends:

Dogs Have the Strangest Friends is $3.99 from The Untreed Reads Store in Kindle, EPUB and PDF formats and of course, the title is available at virtually 200+ ebook retailers around the world including Amazon, B&N, Sony, Kobo and Apple’s iBookstore.

If you are a reviewer and would like a copy, please contact Brendan Seibel at

Comment by Richard Lee Byers on June 27, 2013 at 3:04pm

New blog post: What I Learned Scripting My First Graphic Novel:

Comment by Jeffrey L Lawson on June 27, 2013 at 11:14am

Hello, I am J. L. Lawson.

I would like reviews for my bookshelf of titles. These are suitable for young adult audiences through veteran readers. My genre is a little difficult to describe as these books are part alternative history, future history, science fiction, self-transformation, and with a dash of magical realism tossed into the mix. It all began with a single premise:

"What if there were a single lineage of highly conscious individuals among us? What would their world really be like? More importantly, what would our world, the one we think we know, actually be like?"

I am able to offer ePub and mobi formats through a Special Offer link at the Voyager Press website.

Simply email me at: with your own email and selection(s) and I will make sure you receive the Special Offer(s). Please put: "Special Offer for Review" in the subject line so that your request will be forwarded properly. Be sure to include: Your Name, and Email Address where you wish the book to be sent, and, of course, your Selection(s). NOTE: The Special Offers links expire after 24 hours; if you don't activate it in time, simply resend your request with a note that you missed the first one. No harm, no foul.

Thank you in advance for your interest---I know you'll enjoy every minute!!

Visit Voyager Press for blurbs and excerpts to assist in making your choices.

Again, thank you for your interest!

Voyager Press

"Changing Future History One Reader at a Time"

Comment by Gary Starta on June 26, 2013 at 8:47pm
Chasing a soul stealer in her reality, psychic investigator Caitlin Diggs inadvertently travels through a portal to another reality and witnesses her fugitive kill her alternate self in DEMON INHIBITIONS. Assuming her alternate's life as an agent of the FBI’s Preternatural Crime Division, Diggs believes her position might help her capture the soul stealer until she finds he may be part of a sinister terrorist plot to keep humans and demons living in segregation. A girl, whose singing inhibits the evil urges of demons, is on the terrorist’s hit list and Diggs will ultimately learn her fugitive is neither supernatural nor demon, but a genetically engineered hit man incapable of being enthralled.


 I've been a fan of Caitlin Diggs' intelligent, spiritual and compelling, kick-ass style since I started reading the series (which includes "Blood Web," published in 2007).
I was super eager to see what Starta did with his character, FBI agent Caitlin Diggs, when she traveled to a parallel universe.
Well, I certainly wasn't disappointed, as it's one step beyond the "Fringe" episodes, in my opinion, as the characters aren't as similar to their counterparts in the other dimension that Starta created. For instance, in the protagonist Caitlin's universe, Celeste is her domestic cat, who happens to be attuned to protecting Caitlin; whereas, in the other universe, Celeste is Bastet who is able to morph into a big, non-domestic cat, who actually attacks Caitlin at their first meeting.
Also, Starta has done a great job of showing different values in his alternate universes. For instance, in the universe the original Caitlin we're introduced to is not from, about six out of 10 beings is a demon.
Demons are classified as vamps, lycanthropes, incubi, goblins, etc. and most of them mind their own business, without causing harm to others. So, full-blooded humans are certainly the minority there, and therefore so are their values to some degree.
Aside from interesting plot lines, there is the attention to detail in his descriptions that Starta always manages to bring to the plate--even in a fictional world, and I can't help thinking that this may spring from his having been a journalist at one point. It probably also aids in his writing of believable, non-stilted dialogue.
Comment by Fuentes on June 26, 2013 at 11:09am


A charming historical romance which I enjoy turning the pages. There are also delicious hunting moments through the ballrooms that made me laugh.
Stephanie Laurens always knows how to please her readers with delicious recipes of seduction, sensuality and chills.


Comment by Fuentes on June 26, 2013 at 11:09am


A cute modern fairy tale.

What interested me the most, it is not really the love story aspect as much as the backdrop of reality in the setting in which the author has placed her story.
A romance with beautiful moments and lovely characters.


Comment by Fuentes on June 26, 2013 at 11:08am


No need to wait for the Christmas season or for an heavy snowfall to read this new romance by Debbie Macomber ... Certainly, there are smells of cinnamon, turkey and Christmas tree decoration but romantic novels can be read throughout the year with great pleasure. You just need to be in the mood ...And this one is cute!

A good dose of love to carry in your purse when life annoys you and you need a big hug!


Comment by Fuentes on June 26, 2013 at 11:08am


Whaoh! Whaoh! Whaoh!

I have still not recovered from this amazing scorching hot novel! Fortunately, it's summer and I had an excuse to fan myself or unbutton my shirt... If not, I would have melted from mere words!



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