Release Day: The Joy of Comfort Eating

Release Day: The Joy of Comfort Eating

Shelley’s voice prattled on. “I looked him up on Google. Bit like a younger Idris Elba; dark and mysterious. If I had to go for a black man, it would be him. He’s gorgeous.” Gorgeous. Beyond gorgeous. Infinitely, edibly gorgeous. Charlie shrugged as they...

A is for Apprentice

A is for Apprentice

Connect with Steve on  Twitter facebook It is said that when the student is ready the teacher will appear. In Midguard, Spinners are practitioners of innate magic who must learn to control the power that lives inside them before it destroys them. With the...

Forbidden Rain

Forbidden Rain

Smudge turned me around somehow, still holding me tightly in his arms.  I didn’t know how he did it with me kicking at him so furiously, but he twisted me around until our faces were just inches apart, his eyes hot blue smoke that seeped through every part of me. I...

Sonar the Cyclone

Sonar the Cyclone

  Other Works by B Truly The Sonar Series Sonar the Crashing (Book 1) Melanie's Evanescent Journey (Book 1.5) Sonar the Cyclone (Book 2) a Rafflecopter giveaway

Mike’s Review of Jock by CM Foss

Mike’s Review of Jock by CM Foss

I loved the little bits of Tessa we got in Swoon (If you haven’t read it yet, you’re missing out!) and was very happy to hear that she was indeed getting her very own book. And here it is! Jock! A stand-alone story...

Life After The Undead by Pembroke Sinclair

Life After The Undead by Pembroke Sinclair

I am fascinated with zombies—obsessed, if you will—and I have been since the first time I watched Night of the Living Dead many, many years ago. When I get really stressed out, I often dream of the undead and have to find ways to fight against them. That is where the inspiration for Life After the Undead came from.

The dream occurred several years ago, and while I don’t remember the exact details, I recall that my spouse and I were hiding in a small town while all of the zombies were migrating through. They were heading West so the humidity didn’t cause them to deteriorate faster. I woke up and thought, “Hey, that’s a great idea!” So I fleshed out the story.

Interview: Entrapment

Interview: Entrapment

Since the dawn of time, the war of good and evil has always played with fate, with the earth, and with the flow of the universe. How mankind dictates their actions and influences the nature of life depends on the nature that governs them. Azalea Larkspur...