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Cover Reveal – Polar Heat by Simone Beaudelaire

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I have a cover reveal for you, for the soon to be released book Polar Heat by my friend Simone Beaudelaire.


Polar bear shapeshifter Russell Tadzea is content with his rather isolated life in a small central Alaskan town. He has friends, work and a congenial, yet cautious relationship with his family. That is until the arrival of a kindergarten teacher from the lower 48 blows Russell’s comfortable world to pieces. One whiff of Riley Jenkins’ compelling scent, and Russ is a goner. But how can he explain all that he is to this innocent young woman? And will her own dark past interfere with their ability to turn a fated love into a happily-ever-after?




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First Chapters – Stormcaller by P L Blair

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Today’s First Chapter is from Stormcaller, book two in the Portals series by my friend P L Blair.


Tlaloc, worshipped by the ancient Aztecs as a god of rains, storms and disease, has come to Corpus Christi, Texas, with an ultimatum: He will be worshiped as in times past, including Human sacrifice, or he will destroy the Texas coastline with a hurricane. It’s up to Police Detective Kat Morales, her Elven partner Tevis and the rest of an elite team headed by the Wizard Arvandus to stop Tlaloc before he makes good on his threat. The adventures that began for Kat and Tevis in Shadow Path continue as they race
against time, and between worlds, to defeat the Stormcaller.


Kat pounded for the third time on the door to room 47 of the Drop Inn Motel. Cute name, the kind that got giggles or groans, sometimes both…

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Excerpt Promotion – Daring Passage by Maggie Plummer

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

I have an excerpt for you from Daring Passage, book two of the Spirited Away Saga, by my good friend Maggie Plummer.


In this much-awaited sequel to SPIRITED AWAY – A NOVEL OF THE STOLEN IRISH, slave Freddy O’Brennan is on the run. In 1656, determined to pursue freedom for herself and her young children, she braves stormy seas, treacherous castaways, and corrupt Virginia Colony authorities. Romantic sparks between Freddy and ship Captain Colin Shea Brophy smolder and threaten to explode. As they paddle dugout canoes into the James River wilderness, Freddy and her friends must navigate a choking gauntlet of ruthless slave catchers, frontier bounty hunters, warring natives, and a Cherokee renegade out for blood. DARING PASSAGE: BOOK TWO OF THE SPIRITED AWAY SAGA is a 70,000-word historical novel that captures a rare glimpse into seventeenth century colonial Virginia.


This is a stand-alone novel as…

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First Chapters – Perfection Unleashed by Jade Kerrion

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Today’s First Chapter is from Perfection Unleashed, book one in the Double Helix series, by my friend Jade Kerrion.  This is a great series and I highly recommend it.

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Two men, one face. One man seeks to embrace destiny, the other to escape it.

Danyael Sabre spent sixteen years clawing out of the ruins of his childhood and finally has everything he wanted–a career, a home, and a trusted friend. To hold on to them, he keeps his head down and plays by the rules. An alpha empath, he is powerful in a world transformed by the Genetic Revolution, yet his experience has taught him to avoid attention.

When the perfect human being, Galahad, escapes from Pioneer Laboratories, the illusory peace between humans and their derivatives–the in vitros, clones, and mutants–collapses into social upheaval. The abominations, deformed and distorted mirrors of humanity, created unintentionally in Pioneer Lab’s…

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First Chapters – Revenge by Lisa Williamson

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Today’s First Chapter is from Revenge, book two of the Saga of Loralil Greyfox, by my good friend Lisa Williamson.  I highly recommend this series.


It has been three years and Loralil can not find peace in freedom. The beings who destroyed her life are still out there and she vows to hunt them down and make them pay for all they have done. With her uncle, Mika Silvershaft she descends from the hidden elf city to travel to Greymer. Can she find the beings who killed her parents? Should she? The quest will take her past all boundaries that should bind an elf maid. Will she survive this quest with her mind intact? The second book in the Saga of Loralil Greyfox

If you want The Traveler let me know.  Or anything else for that matter.  I am coming toward the end of my next novel…

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Meet the Characters – M’nacht from Sunstone

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Today’s character for you is a wonderful man called M’nacht from a book which I loved, called Sunstone, by my good friend Holly Barbo.


Corruption meets revolution in this steampunk thriller

Before there was a history, the sun goddess Navora visited a moon within her realm that held primitive ocean life. She dipped her staff of power into the primordial sea and stirred. Pleased with what she had wrought, she departed, not at all troubled that a divine spark had touched two small dying sea creatures.

As centuries pass, life on the moon develops into a geothermal steam-powered industrial age. A triumvirate of politicians, banks and corporations bring strain and suffering to the masses they rule over. Unbeknownst to the people of the moon, there may be help. With the gears of time evermoving and trouble spiraling to a crisis point, can three individuals and a handful…

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Works In Progress – The Stars Like Ice by Jean Kilczer

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Today I have an excerpt for you from the latest book in the Star Sojourner series, The Stars Like Ice, soon to be released by my good friend Jean Kilczer.   If you would like to start this series, which I recommend, then begin with The Loranth, first in the series.

The Stars Like Ice

Huff, dammit! I sent, where are you? I felt his thoughts at a heightened distress level. “Huff,” I whispered. “Something’s wrong, Joe. They might have him.” I slung on my backpack. “I’m going down to the beach. I think he needs help. We’ll meet you–”

Joe grabbed the front of my jacket. “You’re not going anywhere near that beach.” He thrust out his jaw and pointed inland. “That way!”

I pulled Joe’s hand off my jacket.

“Jules, please.” Sophia took my arm. “Come with us.” She searched my eyes. “For me?”

“Soph, Huff…

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