Sunday, March 30, 2014

Attention writers: Fractured Fairy Tale Anthology deadline extended until June 15th.

The cover reveal!


















Write More Publications is still taking submissions for "Happily Ever After," the Fractured Fairy Tale Anthology. Submissions have been extended to June 15, 2014. Submissions should be short stories between 5,000 to 10,000 words, but no more than 15,000 words in length. Send submissions to writemorepublications@gmail.com with "Fractured Fairy Tale Submission" in the subject line. And, may the fairies be with you! 

Monday, March 24, 2014

This is just a sample of what's happening at the Global Blog Hop until April 4th!

GRAB IT FOR THE KIDS! Paige W. Pendleton is one of many author/bloggers who are participating in A World of YA Fantasy Blog Hop.  If you want to check out some wondrous giveaways and meet some fascinating bloggers while you're at it, click here: http://benjaminmctish.blogspot.com/p/global-blog-event.html

17 bloggers are already participating and most are giving away books! I am giving away a service. Details are included here: http://blogsaboutwriting.blogspot.com/2014/03/let-festivities-begin-global-blog-event.html

So, does The Keeper of the Rune Stone sound like fun to you? Give it a try: http://www.amazon.com/Keeper-Stone-Black-Series-ebook/dp/B009ZSWKG0/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Hunting the Moon is Free today and tomorrow on Amazon.uk.

Sorry for the late start. Cutie (my husband, Dan) and I changed computers and I couldn't get Blogger to open until just now. Anyway, if you're into Paranormal Romance, you're in for a treat. So, what is the book about?
Synopsis:
A year after the murder of her husband, Lilly Lawson is still plagued by nightmares that have pushed her back into her adolescent habit of cutting. Even worse, she starts to see and communicate with her husband’s ghost. When she goes to the sentencing for the man convicted of the crime, she finds herself captivated by the killer's brother. 
 
Daemon Kelly has returned to their small town after a long absence to care for his elderly mother. He also has to face the whispers regarding his brother's crime and his own alcoholism. When he comes face to face with the widow of the man his brother killed, he feels an intense need to protect her, but from what, he doesn't know.    
 
When the two fall in love it is anything but easy. Aaron Lawson is intent on coming back and claiming what is his. And the closer Lily and Daemon get to Aaron's ghost, the more they unravel the truth about why he died in the first place. Piecing together bits of ancient Celtic lore, can they find a way to help Aaron's soul find rest? 
 
This is the first of a series by Rebecca Boucher who also is Blog Tour Coordinator for Write More Publications.
 
So, do you want to read it for free? Click here: http://amzn.to/1gAB2MU 
Enjoy!
 

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Cover reveal for my book: Jan of Cleveland.

Jan of Cleveland was a radio play aired in May of 1994 on KFAI (public access) radio. I proudly send out cassettes to my friends and family. I wrote and directed it. I think those who listened to the cassettes got better reception than trying to hear it on the low wattage radio station.

Theresa Oliver of Write More Publications accepted it for publication a few months ago. There is one title ahead of me and edits should start in the next few months. We are not sure of the exact release date, but I'll definitely keep you posted. Jan of Cleveland is a time travel just as much as it is a romantic comedy. She is an idealistic young doctor who becomes the female Connecticut Yankee.

Write More Publications has a wide array of titles from paranormal romance to Chick Lit to anthologies: http://www.writemorepublications.com/  You'll find me in there, too.
Ta-daaaaaaaah!