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Halloween is Coming – Amor Maldito by Simone Beaudelaire

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

As Halloween is on it’s way I am posting things for you to read, to get you in the mood and ready for the scary times ahead.  Today’s is for Amor Maldito by my friend and fellow author Simone Beaudelaire.


Evening in South Texas. The citrus scented breeze fans the palm fronds. Lovers linger in the growing darkness, hoping to steal a moment alone.
But their solitude is about to be shattered as legends of the Border come to life to claim new victims. Tragedy, love, terror and myth merge in this trio of tantalizing tales… 


Yesterday, in class, he’d noticed she’d drawn his name on her notebook and put a little heart around it. That was all the invitation Ethan Miller required. He’d been eyeing Yesenia Morales for weeks, wondering if he dared ask her out.

The pretty Mexican-American girl had been his tour guide when…

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Author Interview – P.S. Bartlett – The Blue Diamond – The Razor’s Edge

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

It is my pleasure to bring you an interview with fellow author P.S. Bartlett on her book The Blue Diamond – The Razor’s Edge.

PS Bartlett Author Photo for CardShort author bio: I was born on Valentine’s Day a long, long time ago in South Baltimore, Maryland, less than a mile from Fort McHenry and Federal Hill. I’m a very simple person. I love my life and am always striving to make it better for myself and my family.

I write, I draw and I still work full-time. I’ve been married for 20 years and together we have two sons, a daughter, three beautiful granddaughters and a nine year old Maine Coon cat named Columbus.

PS BArtlett tbd_previewBook Synopsis: Ivory Shepard didn’t want to be a pirate when she grew up but she didn’t plan on being orphaned and alone at thirteen with her three cousins either.

After a Spanish raid in Charles Towne left them…

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Sensor Series by Susan Illene

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

Today I am bringing to you an opportunity to ask my friend Susan Illene questions about her Sensor series.  It’s a fantastic series and it will be fun to hear and see Susan answer your questions next week.  So don’t be shy.  There is also the opportunity to win prizes.


First of all, thanks to Ch’kara for hosting me on her blog! I’m happy to be here. To the fans, this is your opportunity to ask questions about the series, particularly if you’ve finished the latest book—Darkness Clashes. You can expect a response a week from now via a vlog (video blog) that we’ll put up on a new post here. I’ll also post links to it on my social media at that time so you don’t miss it.

I’m keeping this as simple as possible. All you have to do is write your questions below in the…

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Halloween is Coming – Death Walks Through by Lisa Williamson

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

As we are coming towards Halloween, I thought I would promote my friend Lisa Williamson’s collection of short stories Death Walks Through.   I will feature other stories and collections throughout the month of October.

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Every culture has some type of figure of Death. The Grim Reaper who collects souls as they lie dying. For some he is the cruel face of an end come too soon, for others a gentle healer of life lived too long.

But there is another face to this spectral figure. Death walks through the world, helping those souls that linger between this world and the next, those trapped by circumstance, wish, desire or loss.

So many souls linger needing but a gentle voice and hand to help them move past the final moments of their lives.

This collection contains 15 tales of beings who either know not that they are dead or just…

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Meet Guest Author Carol E. Wyer

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog..... An Author Promotions Enterprise!:

Carol E WyerHello! My name is Carol E. Wyer (I never divulge what the E stands for…no, it is not Ermintrude) AKA Facing 50. My interest in writing began a long, long time ago when I was laid up in hospital for many weeks. I started writing humorous stories about the incidents that occurred there and amused all my friends and family. I then went on to write light-hearted children’s stories, then stories for children that taught them French through humorous animal tales and finally, for adults four years ago.

My main aim is help people age disgracefully or at least laugh at life. I guess that’s why I also took up the challenge of stand-up comedy last year, and now tour the UK and Europe with my ‘Smile While You Still Have Teeth comedy talk.

If I can make at least one person a day laugh, then I have achieved…

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Isn’t it time?

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog..... An Author Promotions Enterprise!:

As anyone who follows my blog knows, I indulge in the occasional RANT after something has rammed my tree and disturbed my usual peace loving nature.

The atrocities and disturbing events we hear on the news nowadays are not new.

They’ve been around for as long as Apes (especially Hominids) have existed.

What IS new is the ease with which these events are spread around the world for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.

In fact, even the deaf and blind are also aware of them through the ‘miracles’ of technology.

This is why I thought I’d share the quote below.

Not to upset or disturb anyone, but to remind everyone that YOU – YES – little YOU – CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Look around you at what Humanity has achieved.

Look around you and see what some ‘Human’ deviants are doing to destroy these…

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Works In Progress – Deadman’s Revenge by Linell Jeppsen

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

Today’s Work In Progress is from the third book in the Deadman Series by my friend and fellow author Linell jeppsen.  I have read the previous two books Deadman’s Lament and Deadman’s Fury and can highly recommend them.


Here is the forward for book 3 of the Deadman series… DEADMAN’S REVENGE



Two children ran into the dugout yelling, “Mama, Mama! The man is sick, maybe dead!”

Unbeknownst to them, their father was home from tilling the fields early and they came to a skidding stop on the dirt floor, sending up small plumes of dust. Both of them stared at their feet, knowing they were caught barehanded doing something they had been forbidden to do.

Eight-year-old Toby Ferguson gulped and placed his hands on his buttocks, which were already warming up in anticipation of his pa’s belt. His little sister, Susan, sniffed back tears as, indeed, her…

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