Friday, October 31, 2014

Special Halloween Interview with Author Mima

1.   What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever heard/read/seen? It can be from a book, movie, or from the campfire at night…

One of the first (and last) scary books I ever read was Misery by Stephen King. It is even creepier now that I'm a writer.

2.   Who would you like to bring back as a zombie? Why?

Steve Jobs. He would revolutionize zombies.

3.   What is your favorite thing about Halloween?

Celebrity costumes, especially Kelly Ripa! She always rocks on Halloween.

4.   What was your best Halloween costume?

My mother dressed me as a gypsy as a kid...which was interesting considering that at the age of 7, I had no idea what a 'gypsy' was and also because as an adult, I've never been able to settle on a 'home'.

5.   Is there an author out there that you’re pretty sure is a witch? Tell us who and why you think so!

According to a psychic I spoke to a couple of years ago, I am! She insisted that I put a 'hex' on a coworker ha;-) Happy Halloween!!

Thank you, Mima!!!

How to find Mima:

Mima is the author of Fire and the prequel, A Spark before the Fire. Learn more about her, check out some FREE reading and learn about her two books here; Writing role modes? James Frey and Cecila Ahern! 

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Release Day! Fight Like A Girl (Part One) by Dawn Pendleton

Release Day!

Fight Like A Girl (Part One)

**This is a 3-part novella series**

MMA is no place for a girl - unless that girl is Max Brady. Growing up around the ring as the daughter of a famous fighter, she finally takes her place in the MMA world after her father’s mysterious disappearance. Deciding to fight was the easy part - she never imagined finding a good trainer would be her biggest obstacle.

Kingston Lawrence was a rising star in the MMA world, until a knee injury forced him to the other side of the fight. He thought three rounds in the ring was hard, but nothing compares to the battle of training and taming Max. Her sexy body makes up for her sarcastic mouth, and it isn’t long before he wants to be more than just her trainer.

But Kingston has a secret, one that could ruin both their lives. He can train Max for a fight, but nothing can prepare them for what happens when that secret is revealed.

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About the Author

Dawn Pendleton spends her time between Maine and somewhere warm for the winter, dragging her husband and pup wherever she goes. A lover of travel, an avid reader, and a softie at heart, Dawn writes romance novels that face the dark reality of life, which is that not everyone gets a happily ever after right away.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Cover Reveal of Tempt You: A Naughty and Nice Collection

I'm THRILLED to be included in this Box Set with 8 Amazing Authors!!!

AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME: From 9 bestselling authors, a boxed set of novels ranging from Naughty to Nice and everything in between! These 9 sweet and spicy stories will TEMPT YOU to fall in love—or lust! Either way, you won't be able to stop turning the page.

Break it Up by E.M. Tippetts
Kyra Armijo's got two problems: her wild past of sex and partying and her overpowering crush on a member of the ultra-clean boy band, Triple Cross. Make that three problems: once they meet, her crush is besotted, but if his fans find out about her reputation, it'll wreck his image for good.

All She Wants by Anna Cruise
Annika Sellers always gets what she wants. But then she meets Stuart Woodcock, a sexy humanitarian who is indifferent to her charms, and Annika realizes she just might have met her match . . .

Love & Relativity by Rachael Wade
It’s no secret that Sanibel Island's notorious resident bad boy, Jackson Taylor, loves to get underneath Emma's skin, but this time he's gone too far. Now all he wants is to earn her forgiveness before she's gone for good, but their ideas of closure—and the future—are enough to keep them worlds apart. Love, life, and happily ever after? It’s all relative.

Deeper by Blue Ashcroft
Lifeguard Rain Wilson can’t afford to get distracted by her gorgeous co-supervisor Knight McAllister. As they find themselves drawn closer together and their pasts start to surface, Rain and Knight realize that maybe too much broken can make a relationship impossible. Then again, sometimes it’s the broken parts of us that fit together best.

8 Weeks by Bethany Lopez
After committing the ultimate betrayal, Cal asks his wife, Shelly, for 8 Weeks: 8 dates, to prove that they're meant to be together and their love is true. If at the end of the 8 Weeks Shelly wants to walk away, Cal won't stop her. Is 8 Weeks long enough to right wrongs and kick start a marriage that has stalled?

Real Eyes by Amy Evans
Two guys, one girl, a public relationship, a private crush. And one tour bus that will never be big enough for any of them to decide what's real to them versus public eyes. 

The Ghost & The Graveyard by Genevieve Jack
Meet Grateful Knight, a nurse left destitute by an unscrupulous ex-boyfriend. She’s determined to do whatever it takes to recover financially, including live in a rent-free house on the edge of a graveyard.  Sparks fly when she meets the gorgeous cemetery caretaker and learns her attic is home to things that go bump in the night.

Zoey Rogue by Lizzy Ford
Meet Declan: A sexy incubus Enforcer who specializes in long nights of hot passion and hunting down threats to his supernatural society. His destined soul-mate defies his powerful sex magic—and he’s determined to claim the wild she-warrior, no matter what it takes. 

Selling Scarlett by Ella James
Follow Elizabeth—code-named Scarlett—to the lush Nevada brothel where she'll auction her virginity and risk the only thing that's not for sale: her heart. The highest bidder is a familiar face with wicked hands and the devil's mouth. And a secret so dark that it could cost Scarlett her life.

Coming Nov 12!

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Special Halloween Interview with Author S.G. Holster

1.   What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever heard/read/seen? It can be from a book, movie, or from the campfire at night…

I love this question! You're going to think I'm crazy...I was with my family in Yosemite National Park. We were all asleep in our cozy cabin when something woke me. I looked over to the door where I could clearly see a translucent image. It was an elderly man, frail, and wearing thin striped pajamas. He kept leaning back an forth as if he were looking out the window by the door.
I was frozen in place. I finally sat up in the bed and he was gone. Was I dreaming? Possibly. But to me it was very real.

2.   Who would you like to bring back as a zombie? Why?

Nope! Not a zombie fan.

3.   What is your favorite thing about Halloween?

My favorite part of Halloween is making costumes with my girls. It's always so much fun. This year I have one skeleton bride and a zombie -ish freak.

4.   What was your best Halloween costume?

A couple years ago I dressed up as the black swan. It was a lot of fun.

5.   Is there an author out there that you’re pretty sure is a witch? Tell us who and why you think so!

Tough question. Hmmm...J.K. Rowling? She seems to be in tune with all things sorcery. Cassandra Clare, too.

Thank you, S.G.!!!

How to find S.G.:

S.G. HOLSTER lives in California with her husband and their two daughters. She is the author of the THIRTY SECONDS TO DIE series. The third and final book in the series, Heartlines, will be published late in 2014. 

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Special Halloween Interview with Author Hilary Thompson

1.   What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever heard/read/seen? It can be from a book, movie, or from the campfire at night…

When I was around twelve, we lived in a 100-year-old house. I walked home from school each day and waited alone until my mom returned from work. During those softly-lit afternoon hours I would often glimpse twinkles of light just out of direct sight, or blurry spots near the end of the long hallway. These things never scared me or seemed maleficent until the day my friends and I decided to try out a Ouija board - and the game piece moved on its own! The very next night I stayed up late again, writing on our ancient computer. My hallway desk faced away from the stairs and as I typed I slowly became aware of steps, heavy and slow on the staircase behind me. But every time I turned around, there was nothing to see or hear. We moved soon after that, so I never had much resolution, but the next owners tore the house down to the ground after a few months...

2.   Who would you like to bring back as a zombie? Why?

Zombies gross me out, so I wouldn't wish that on many people. But if it were just for a day and not for a beheading, I would adore seeing Chris Farley as a comedic zombie.

3.   What is your favorite thing about Halloween?

Dressing up! I don't live near enough to any conventions, so Halloween is like my own little Comic Con. I think it's amazing fun to dress up and enter a character's brain for a night. (Maybe that's why I write!)

4.   What was your best Halloween costume?

Last year, I was the wicked witch of the east...the one squashed under Dorothy's house! I joined up with about a dozen teachers from my school, and together we completed the whole Wizard of Oz cast! This year, my husband and I are rocking out He-Man and She-Ra - like the true eighties kids we still are!

5.   Is there an author out there that you’re pretty sure is a witch? Tell us who and why you think so!

I'm going to tag Eva Pohler in this one - I think of her as a Hermione sort of witch! She seems to be everywhere at once, so she certainly must have a time turner somewhere. And she gives great career advice!

Thank you, Hilary!!!

How to find Hilary:

Hilary Thompson was born to parents who made a habit of taking roads less traveled. But she was also a Libra, a first child, and an independent, willful child, so she has made a habit of taking a few roads on her own.
After trying on hats made for artists, architects, restaurant and retail workers, landscape designers, legal secretaries, and professional students, she retreated back to her first loves of education and writing.
Hilary now teaches high school full time, writes whenever and wherever she can, and reads as much as her eyes can handle. She also tries not to spoil her own independent, willful children or neglect her wonderful soul-mate of a husband too much. She tends to ignore laundry baskets and dirty dishes.