Pulled from her life on Earth, all Melony Pike wants is to return home. Instead, she’s on a distant planet with her sister, Abigail, and Abigail’s alien mate. She knows they can’t return to Earth — she’d be hunted down and experimented on for the alien technology implanted in her neck. But even with other … Continue reading Souped Up By the Alien Vampire Mechanic
When Abigail Pike goes hiking with her sister, she never expected she’d walk right into a seven-foot-tall green alien. Jaril came to Earth to study its plants. He didn’t intend to rescue a human when she falls and hits her head on a rock after she runs into him. To save her, Jaril must implant … Continue reading Planted by the Alien Vampire Scientist (Alien Vampires 3)
If you think falling into Oz is odd, what would happen if you fell into Dracula’s Castle? Continue reading Bitten for Love: The Accidental Fairy Tale 2
Today let’s welcome Alexanda Christian to the blog with her new book Falling Into Rhythm which you can get at Amazon. I promise you won’t be disappointed. Hearts beat together, breath for breath in perfect time. Jude Renfro came to the small island town of Crawford’s Landing looking to start over. The bright lights of … Continue reading Guest Post: Falling into Rhythm by Alexandra Christian
Hello! And thank you, Crymsyn, for inviting me to your blog. I wanted to talk a little bit about my urban fantasy series, Fairview Chronicles. People tell me it’s funny. My charming antihero loves giving interviews. We’ve crossed oceans in the latest installment, and all in all, even with the demons and the murder and … Continue reading Guest Post: A Taste of Magic (Fairview Chronicles 1) by Alexa Piper
…now what? You’ve gotten your momentum going and you’ve written the first chapter. You’ve started your first book, your 25th, or your 100th. Even if you have an outline you still might wonder, where do I go from here? Can I run with my outlines? What the hell am I doing? Should I even be … Continue reading You’ve Gotten This Far…
Raise your hand if you love writing blurbs? Yeah… I can’t say that I do. I’m sure other authors are great at it. I’m not. The blurb has to be brief to describe the nature of the book, but it has to be witty enough to draw the potential reader in. It can’t reveal too … Continue reading Blurbs…OYE!