An Excerpt from Anya Drake’s Story

I attacked the poor woman with such savagery that I nearly tore her head off as I bit into her neck. Blood flowed into my mouth and I drunk it down in great gulps. My body uncurled and my heart stopped whatever horrible pattern it was in for one so slow you would hardly call it one.

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Freebie ∼ For Their Sins

For Their Sins will be free next Friday August 18 and Saturday August 19, 2017. This is your chance to grab a free copy of my award winning book. This first person narrative follows the life of Alexandria Diego, a very unconventional 300 year old vampire. Summary: Alexandria Diego never wanted to be special. She… Continue reading Freebie ∼ For Their Sins

Triad

Triad has realism and plenty of raw emotion that isn't always seen in epic fantasy. If you like action this book has it in scores. Aleena and Anlon killed more people than an army.The plot was well thought out and the series has potential, so I am giving this book 3.5 stars.Overall if you want an action packed novel with plenty of violence and some gore this is the book for you. 

The Importance of Proper Review Requests from a Reviewers Perspective.

Review requests may seem like a tedious and pointless exercise but they are essential to getting reviews. Let me explain why.

My Heroes by Guest Author Katie Hart

Character wise, some books really surprise me because some characters can turn out to be heroes in their own right even without saving the day or slaying dragons. For me a hero is someone who acts with his or her heart and in the simplest ways tries to make the world a better place.

Lustre (A Witchlight Novella): Witch in haste…

Some of the concepts in this novella were quite new and intriguing. I rather like the idea of a witch converting sugar into magic. It certainly explains where all the raw energy could come from instead of some mysterious force in the universe. An angel as the antihero but not the villain was a great twist as well. Nate wasn't evil per-say but  he wasn't someone I would invite for dinner.  That he was scary powerful was a given and Nilla kept reminding the reader throughout the book. 

Lost Without a System?

Getting a novel out of my head and to publication is usually harder than it should be. I don't have a formalized system and rarely make notes. I also hand write them and have to go back and type manuscripts at a later point. For this example I will show you how I developed the idea for my novel "For Their Sins".