I had been writing plays for so long, but after having a family and moving away from NY, I lost interest in workshopping plays and spending hours working with actors and creating something for an audience. I had written a play that might have been too big for a non musical stage and decided to turn it into a novel. That novel turned into a life's work of trying to perfect a very complicated theme and story.
Added by Lacey Reah on May 1, 2013 at 5:26pm — No Comments
The blog tour for urban fantasy author Faith Hunter's latest title, BLOOD TRADE, is underway! Here is a chance for you to participate in getting the word out about the Jane Yellowrock vampire hunter series. All blogs that participate will be listed on the official blog tour…Continue
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Dance On Fire by James Garcia Jr. is definitely NOT your typical vampire tale. Nathaniel is a rogue vampire in that he actually has a good heart and does not want to hurt humans. Apparently he escaped from his creator, an evil vampire named Vincent. Vincent is now on a quest to find Nathaniel. When he finds him in a small California town, all hell breaks loose. The annual Swedish festival is about to take place, but grizzly murders begin showing up in the otherwise peaceful town. Vincent…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on April 10, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments
In the dead of the night in SkyVerse, the hidden sanctuary in the mountains, when all fae should be sleeping and the creatures of the sky rest, Cordelia awoke to the sound of an insistent banging on her door. She stumbled out of bed, rubbing her eyes and filled with the need to sleep, and approached her door. Looking through her peephole she sees nothing, and almost decides to stumble on back to bed, when the sound of a baby’s cry pierces the silence.…Continue
Up in Kings River Life Magazine this weekend we have a review of Lesley Diehl's latest mystery novel, "Grilled, Chilled, and Killed" & a chance to win a copy of the book http://kingsriverlife.com/03/23/grilled-chilled-and-killed-by-lesley-a-diehl/
We also have a review of Kris Neri's latest Tracy Eaton mystery, "Revenge On Route 66", a guest post by Kris about Route 66 as a setting…Continue
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"As you all know, Halloween is only a matter of days away and to get you all in the mood I am sharing my Top Halloween Reads. Whether you are looking for a full-on fright or to inject a little comic relief into the festivities - look no further."
Read the list in full on my blog at…Continue
Added by Kia Garriques on October 29, 2012 at 8:04am — No Comments
Ok vampire books have been hyped up and over done in my opinion. Back in April I found my love of reading again and was willing to read pretty much anything and everything. A friend of mine recommended The house of night series to me and I laughed in her face because let's be honest, since Twilight, I did not want to read another vampire book. So one day as I'm looking on goodreads.com, these books were recommended to me and I figured what the heck so I picked the first 3 books (all 3 were…Continue
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Here is the first part of my newest book, Tainted Blood.
Dr. Wendy Reed flipped open the chart and read through the test results looking for anything she might have missed the three previous times she had read them. Sighing, she closed the chart and knocked quickly on the exam room door before entering.
“Paul,” Dr. Reed greeted the older man sitting in a chair against the wall. Putting the chart down, she took the seat across from…Continue
Added by Katrina Michaels on June 28, 2012 at 9:24pm — No Comments
Here is the summary of my newest book, Tainted Blood (3rd in the Preternatural Investigation Agency series.)
Lilith's Day is a time of celebration and remembrance among vampires. As the holiday looms, a series of horrific deaths shocks the vampire community of Riverside and gathers the attention of Tom Duncan and his agents at the Preternatural Investigation Agency. The vampires’ blood products had never been considered vulnerable to tampering, so when the cause of death…Continue
Added by Katrina Michaels on June 28, 2012 at 9:23pm — No Comments
What would happen if Edgar Allan Poe did not die in 1849 but instead was turned into a vampire?
Follow this tale of our friend Edgar in modern day as he struggles to find love once again.
If you like the book, please leave a positive review on amazon!
Please let me know what you think!
The book is on sale now here for $12.50 on amazon
Added by mathew turner on June 28, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
On the Soul of a Vampire by Krisi Keley was not at all what I expected. It is a deeply emotional and introspective look at one ‘man’s’ search for meaning in life. (Or in this case, one ‘vampire’.) Written primarily in first person from the point of view of Valery Castellene, a vampire of some 800 years, we see and feel his inner pain as he struggles with his existence. Convinced that he is evil incarnate, yet still subconsciously wishing to be good, Valery’s emotional conflict is the…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on May 5, 2012 at 8:54pm — No Comments
That's right folks. My YA urban fantasy comedy that has already received comments such as what follows is free on Kindle for two days. Check it out and if you like it please consider posting a review! Also, if you use twitter, during the free period tweet #amreading with a link to my book and a pic of you reading it on your kindle and I will give you a free copy of my next book when it is released. No strings attached!
What people are saying about BOD:…Continue
Added by Matthew Rowe on March 23, 2012 at 4:56am — No Comments
Subspecies - Guest Review by Matthew Morrison …Continue
Added by Martha A. Cheves on February 26, 2012 at 5:48pm — No Comments
SO very proud to have book two in my Bloodbreeders series released today....My birthday...Just made it that much more special! Those who have read book one will be ready...those who read book two first will be looking for book one to figure out how it all began!!! LOL So…Continue
Added by Robin Renee Ray on February 18, 2012 at 1:00am — No Comments
What would you give up for immortal life and love?
By day, Elise draws and paints, spilling out the horrific visions of her tortured mind. By night, she walks the streets, selling her body to the highest bidder.
And then they come into her life: a trio of impossibly beautiful…Continue
Added by Untreed Reads on January 31, 2012 at 8:05pm — No Comments
I won Paranormalcy by Kiersten White in a recent Giveaway Hop and am delighted to pay it forward by hosting a giveaway for it. But first things first – oh yeah, the review. This is Book #1 in the Paranormalcy Trilogy and I couldn’t be happier that it’s a series. This YA paranormal fantasy series features one of the funniest, most loveable, kick-butt heroines I’ve come across in a long time. It’s easy to see how this novel made the New York Times…Continue
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The last issue of Kings River Life in 2011 is up and filled with mystery fun. We have an article on some of the Sherlock Holmes books that have come out in 2011 http://kingsriverlife.com/12/31/sherlock-holmes-in-books/
And a whole big group of mystery book reviews for your 2012 reading list including Ian Rankin's latest…
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