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Comment by Lynelle Clark on April 10, 2013 at 4:47am

1 Year Blog Celebration with Lynelle Clark
In the Lime Light with.... Ann B Harrison, Interview and the release of her new book.
Come read all about it on the blog

Comment by Simon Saha on April 10, 2013 at 4:47am

Know the inside truths to Indian Software Industry in my latest novel 'Yet Another SE- Story of an Indian Software Engineer'. The story is about a guy stuck deep in Indian IT sector with love, promotion, onsite, marriage, impossible deadlines and foreign clients.

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Comment by Chris Stevenson on April 9, 2013 at 9:52pm


Welcome to THE WOLFEN STRAIN. Half Jurassic Park, half Wolfen. A Beauty and the Beat tale flipped and ripped on its ear. Still reduced to 4.49!

The Wolfen Strain 

Product Description

In a remote compound in Wyoming a geneticist created the first female human-wolf hybrid and adopted her as his daughter. When Melina Salinger discovers who and what she really is she escapes her father's domain and sets out into the wilderness—any other life would be better than the one that was forced upon her.

Seth Anson, a ranger stationed at the Wheeler Ridge watchtower, is trying to get over a bitter divorce—working in the majestic Shoshone forest is the only way he knows how to get on with his life. Consequently, he is unprepared for the strange and mysterious woman he accidentally shoots and then must nurse back to health. As Seth and Melina form a close bond that leads to something deeper—they have no idea that the geneticist’s other creation—the result of a DNA cloning experiment gone horribly wrong—is bent on finding Melina and committing a monstrous act

Comment by Chris Stevenson on April 9, 2013 at 9:44pm

PLANET JANITOR CUSTODIAN OF THE STARS--Starship Troopers meets Robinson Crusoe on Mars. A must read for classic and Golden Age Fans!

Planet Janitor: Custodian of the Stars (Engage Science Fiction) (Illustrated) 

Captain Zachary Crowe and the crew of Planet Janitor Corporation are adept at handling environmental clean-ups and close system jumps to collect precious ores and space trash. The problem is they have yet to complete an assignment without a mishap to add to their not so stellar record. Scraping the bottom of the barrel, Orion Industries contracts Planet Janitor for a clandestine operation that no one else wants, offering them more money than they could spend in three lifetimes. The mission entails a 12 light-year trip to a newly found habitable planet in the Tau Ceti system. The crew will lose 26 years on Earth due to the cryo jump, but that is the least of their problems. What they find on Tau Ceti will rattle their wits, test their courage, and threaten their very survival.


"Planet Janitor does deliver an interstellar romp that hearkens to the best of Robert Heinlein or Philip José Farmer... A rollicking plot-driven adventure... The dangers are intimidating, the wonders evocative and the thread that ties it all together is always just a little more tangled than it seems." --The Canadian Science Fiction Review, December 13, 2010

"An intriguing and exciting cross between Aliens and 10,000 Years B.C. - Stevenson shows us a future filled with proof that we should listen to Stephen Hawking's warnings about alien life forms and what they want to do to us." --Gini Koch, author of `Touched by an Alien' & `Alien Tango', December 1, 2010

"Stevenson's book considers the possibility of an elite industry of environmental cleanup specialists who take on all sorts of bizarre environmental jobs... Clearly, this is a timely topic that hits home in the wake of the Gulf oil spill." --SF-Fandom, September 21, 2010

From the Publisher

A great deal of care went into the quality of this book, with case laminate library binding, wrap around cover art, and 26 illustrations

Comment by Chris Stevenson on April 9, 2013 at 9:37pm

THE WAR GATE, A TIME-TRAVEL THRILLER INTO TERROR , HORROR AND MAGIC!  Full-length, 332 pages of thrills, romance and chills. Available on Amazon Kindle:

Tag Line: Through a miraculous conception, Avalon Labrador must give birth to herself before she is executed, to solve her husband’s murder and her own wrongful conviction.

When the reincarnated Avy Labrador is kicked out of her stepfather’s house on her 18th birthday, she has no idea that the man who raised her framed her mother to cover his murder so he could acquire a major software empire. Now, years later, with the help of her magician boyfriend, Sebastian, Avy is about to discover that her birth was otherworldly and for a purpose. The ancient Roman God Janus was so appalled by the heinous murder of Tom Labrador by his brother Drake that he opened up a War Gate. Avy has received half of her mother’s soul light and half of a God’s essence. Her mission is to put the real killer behind bars. The only catch: she must learn to “Gate-Walk”, that’s time traveling to the layman. She soon finds out that she is a drunk driver on the space/time continuum super highway.

“This was a solidly written tale with a trace of fantasy and complex thought used in defining the concept of leaping from one time gate to the next—excellent job of structuring.”

Terrie G, Bitten by Books, 4 out of 5.

“The War Gate is a captivating book. Mystery, magic and the paranormal blend together in a perfect mix. I would thoroughly recommend this book to fantasy enthusiasts who also like romance.

Orcid, Aurora Reviews, 5 out of 5.

War Gate Author's Note: The antagonist character, Wax Man, is not for the squeamish. I warn you ahead of time that he is the most disgusting, vile creature/human you're ever likely to read about. Not for younger readers under 13.

Comment by Cliff Ball on April 9, 2013 at 6:04pm

New Release: Times of Turmoil: Christian Thriller

In this prequel to Times of Trouble and Times of Trial, we follow how the Evans family gained their riches and eventually their power to influence events in the United States. We see important events that the Evans family gets themselves involved in: such as the return of the Israelites to Israel, the assassination of President Kennedy, the terrorism of 9/11, and eventually events that lead to gun control and other types of government tyranny in the United States.

The novel also follows the Atwood family, starting with the Great-Grandfather of Brian, Charles, as he fights in World War Two and ends up helping liberate Buchenwald shortly near the end of the war. Charles returns to the States and gets married to the love of his life, Betty. Eventually, the family ends up in Delaney, Nebraska, where we watch Aaron, the father of Brian, join the Army to fight the Taliban in Afghanistan after 9/11. Later on, we get to see how Brian and Lynda finally get together and get married.


FREE to borrow for Amazon Prime Members or buy it for $4.99. Special $.99 price for book launch. ASIN: B00C9S9W5A

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Comment by Tania Penn on April 9, 2013 at 9:41am

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Comment by Lynelle Clark on April 9, 2013 at 3:25am

2 Book Barrages and Giveaways on my blog today.

For the Love of a God
by J.T. Cheyanne & Venus Moon
New Adult Contemporary Paranormal Romance
Playing the Maestro (Maestro Series #1)
by Aubrie Dionne
Contemporary Romance

To learn more visit my blog

Comment by Robert Peter Thompson on April 8, 2013 at 6:13pm



   I'd like to share the Forward I wrote for my book and a short excerpt.  I wrote it for all the men and women who serve or have served our Country in time of War.


    A Memoir by Robert Peter Thompson (USMC 1967-1969)


~ "But not everything is remembered and not everything is told.  Lost with those who did not survive and with those who did not return.  Lost in the chaos and confusion and the self protective suppression of the formidable and yet fragile mind.  Sometimes that which affects you most is that which you can no longer see and is perhaps better left alone.  But what of that which so stubbornly remains and cries out as it does from the darkness of time and says:

      "I am here, I am still here, you will look at me, for I will never go away.”


    ~The author


    An excerpt from the chapter:  “WE WEREN’T ALL HEROES”


    ”As we barreled down unfamiliar roads, away from the city, a lingering image kept popping in my mind.  Back in Danang, amidst the hustle of early morning street activity and out of the crowd as we rumbled by, I saw, only for a fleeting moment, what would remain forever impressed within my mind.

    The most beautiful girl in the world.

    I knew immediately that she was the offspring of a French and Vietnamese union.  And I could see as well, in the aura of her angelic expression, a sense of inescapable sorrow and longing.  As if she were a beautiful fragile flower, out of place and unwanted.  And she seemed to be looking right at me.

     Only for a moment.  Never to be seen again.”

All the best,

Robert Peter Thompson

Author of:

Everything Happened In Vietnam: The Year of the Rat – Kindle $3.99

Everything Happened In Vietnam: The Year Of The Rat – Print $10.22

My Book Website:  - (see my 1969 Vietnam slideshow)


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