Author Chrys Fey talks about her debut romantic suspense, Hurricane Crimes. Do check it out!
Author Joleene Naylor with some Read an Ebook goodies (including hers. Check them out!)
Originally posted on Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor:As if getting the whole AMaranthine series for free wasn’t enough to celebrate read an ebook week, several of my fellow authors are participating with more free or reduced books.
Your ereaders are going to be overloaded!
This morning I have something a little different for you. I’ve been following the pagan writing community for quite a few years now. Along the way, I’ve met some very talented authors and poets, made some good friends, and wanted to introduce you, my readers, to a few. Recently, I had the pleasure to interview editor of Eternal Haunted Summer, Rebecca Buchanan. Rebecca is the editor-in-chief of B…
Smashwords is participating in Read an Ebook week again and holding their sale Sale Dates: March 2–8, and so I am this year. For your reading pleasure The Artist’s inheritance and Drawing Down the Shades are on sale! Just use these promo codes after midnight, March 2.Smashwords: Drawing Down the Shades (Antique Magic, book 2)
Promotional price: $2.24
I’ve been so sick this last couple weeks, and in a fog because of it, I wanted to make sure not to miss this. Miss Mia Hoddel has a brand new YA romance out and it’s FREEEE this week. Here’s a little more about it:
by Mia Hoddell
Genre: YA Romance
Release Date: 26th February 2014
Jenna Shaw ran away to escape her past. In fact, she jumped on a plane and flew…
DR. PETER VENKMAN
Egon, this reminds me of the time you tried to drill a hole through your head. Remember that? DR. EGON SPENGLER
That would have worked if you hadn’t stopped me.
Dr. Egon Spengler and his crew introduced ghost hunting to a wider audience and made it cool. (And I know the films are responsible for the ghosts in my stories, and at least one scene in Drawing Down the…
Or as we sometimes like to call it here on my blog, flower Friday. Yes, I know some of you are still suffering from the snow, but there’s hope in the forecast. Spring is on its way. I have the pictures to prove it.
Yes, my amaryllis (??) popped. (I think my favorite part of this pic, is the unopened pod on the left-hand side. I don’t know why, it just looks like so much potential, doesn’t it?
I read this article, and laughed out loud. The moral of the story, spell check is *not* your friend. Read on….
Every time I write a column criticizing the misuse of English by “citizen journalists” on the Internet, I get two kinds of reader response. The…