Friday, April 30, 2010
Congratulations! Your book RUNNER’S MOON: CHALLA is the Number One Bestseller for the month of May at Whiskey Creek Press Torrid! Every book in the RUNNER’S MOON series has reached the Number One position, and this is your twelve overall Number One Bestseller with WCPT!
RUNNER’S MOON: CHALLA will be featured on the WCPT Home Page all month as the Bestseller, and be permanently “red lettered” as a Number One book at the WCPT site.
Again, congratulations from all of us at Whiskey Creek Press!
Debra Womack, Publisher
Jan Janssen, WCPT Executive Editor
Steven Womack, Publisher
Whiskey Creek Press LLC
"Publishing award-winning authors since 2003"
Thursday, April 29, 2010
A novella of paranormal horror
by Gail Smith (Linda Mooney w/a)
From Red Rose Publishing
Word Count: 33.3K
Hi. My name is Alexis Hembree, and I’m a cop. My partner and I are good at our jobs, except we don’t tend to work what others would call a “normal” beat. For some reason we draw evil to us like flies to sugar.
Sometimes there are things in this world we can’t explain or anticipate. But when they cross that line between their existence and ours, when they show up, we have to deal with them as best we can.
Some cops fight criminals. We fight something that never should have existed.
303 Lexington St.
It was a crack house. Except, in this case, drug dealers went in but they didn’t come out. Not alive, anyway, but in body bags. What’s more, if everyone who went inside ended up being shredded to death, who was doing the killing?
The killer targeted women. Young, old, prostitutes, business women, it didn’t matter. One moment they would be walking down the sidewalk in the middle of town, and the next what was left of their bodies would be found in a nearby alleyway. Devoured. That’s why I had to be the next one to walk the streets. To draw out whoever was doing this. To be his next victim.
He murdered young girls by crucifying them with ice picks. He was slick, elusive, and heading for our city. My partner and I were damned and determined this murderer would get no further. Unfortunately I couldn’t keep my head on the job. Neither could I ignore the weird-ass dreams I was having about this deviate. This case was becoming more personal, more foreboding, and more dangerous with each passing day. And there was no damn way I could avoid what I dreamed would be the final outcome.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Chase the Wind is out early
Vontae towered over him. “You will not experiment on any of our people. Only her.”
“I don’t understand you. Are you saying she is not an Eaglekin? Then that opens up entirely new possibilities.”
Vontae hissed in exasperation. “She was born of our people, yes. But she is tolin sha.”
“Gah!” Vontae’s patience had stretched so thin that it snapped.
Santil stretched out her arm. She could feel the blood rising to warm her cheeks. Even here, on a task of her own free will to help her people, she was still considered of little consequence. She would receive no sympathy for her pain either. Should the Mystic require a finger? Cut hers. A limb? Hers is not necessary. Staunch the blood? No need. Leave her to live or die as she will. What did it matter to them what happened to a tolin sha?
She struggled to keep her gaze demurely lowered; after all she’d been through, all she’d learned about her strengths and weaknesses, it was shreddingly difficult. This is for all Eaglekins. This is for the Chief General, she told herself, complying and stretching out her arm farther beneath the Mystic’s long nose. She could do this thing. She would. It was nothing. She had endured far worse.
Cantigal looked at her uncertainly beneath thick craggy brows. “You’re sure then?”
“Go on. Get it done.” Holding her arm still, Santil braced herself.
Instead of the burning she expected there was a cool draft as the door flap was flung aside.
“Mystic Cantigal, my brother needs--what in the name of the Maiden are you doing?” The Chief General’s younger brother flew into the tent and clamped his hand down over the Mystic’s arm, halting the eagle talon’s descent. With the same fluidity of movement he maneuvered himself in front of Santil, shielding her neatly with his larger size as if she was clearly under threat.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Wed., April 28 - Caridad Piniero
Fri., April 30 - Tara Nina
A former news reporter and retired private detective, Linnea Sinclair writes award-winning, fast-paced science fiction romance for Bantam Dell, including Finders Keepers, Gabriel’s Ghost, Games of Command, Hope’s Folly and her latest bestseller, Rebels and Lovers. Her books have won or finaled in the RITA, Sapphire, PEARL, Prism, and other regional and national contests. Sinclair is also a John W. Campbell Award nominee. When not on duty with some intergalactic fleet—or playing human slave to her spoiled felines—you can visit her at www.linneasinclair.com
Friday, April 23, 2010
Saturday, April 17, 2010
April 19th - Leanna Renee Hieber
April 21st - L.A. Banks
April 23rd - Keena Kincaid
April 26th - Linnea Sinclair
All shows are at 11 pm est. Please note they are for Mature Audiences Only.
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Love's Immortal Panthoen 3: Bellona's War RibbonBy: Diana DeRicci | Other books by Diana DeRicci
Published By: Tease Publishing LLC
ISBN # 978-1-60767-102-2
| Word Count: 24,900 |
Available in: Adobe Acrobat
A persistent obsession with a goddess could jeopardize one man's sanity, or could give him eternal love.
An Ancient Civilizations Professor has hungered for one woman for over twenty years. The only problem--she
hasn't existed in millenia. When he is swept from modern times to the birth of the Roman Empire, he thinks his
sanity has finally snapped.
All he wants is to have one chance to love her.
If he can win the heart of the Goddess of War, he might find more than any obsession could ever promise.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Compton Scott is a veteran of the Iraq War. He has come home because he was severely injured causing him to lose his leg and a piece of another part of his anatomy. He is glad to be home, but relatively withdrawn.
When Compton’s best friend Max talks him into going to the carnival and checking out a side show called, “Challa, the alien girl,” he goes along for something to do. Of course the fact that his friend has brought a blind date along for him does not help, but he goes anyway since it is Max. He is very surprised at how authentic Challa looks, how she does not look as though she is wearing a costume. He does not believe in aliens, but he finds himself more than a little intrigued by her. He hides in the tent when everyone leaves and then comes out to try and talk to her. Challa takes one whiff of the man who has the temerity to approach her and nearly freezes; his scent has proclaimed him her blood mate. However, before Compton can really talk to her or she to him, a co-worker chases him from the tent. Fortunately each take matters into their own hands and they are able to find each other later in the evening. Plans are made for the next day and they are able to hook up again, this time with Challa in her human form. It becomes apparent very quickly that they each have feelings for the other that they have never had for anyone else of the opposite sex before. However, Lawson, the man who owns the carnival will not let Challa go easily since she is the reason the carnival is solvent. On top of that, Challa and her people escaped from a slave ship and the Arra, their enslavers are looking for their lost cargo. Will Challa and Compton be able to stay together? Will their budding love survive all the obstacles?
Wow! Runner’s Moon: Challa Book 4 has to be one of the best science fiction romances I’ve had the pleasure of reading this year! I absolutely loved the fact that Challa and her people do not look even remotely human. So many sci-fi romances the alien looks and acts human with just some minor variations. However, this was not the case with this story. The fact that Compton was able to accept Challa in her alien form and had absolutely no problem loving her anyway makes this story outstanding. The lovemaking scenes are sexy and emotion-filled with just the right touch of eroticism. While I have not read the first three books in this series, after reading this one I plan to. Still this book can easily stand on its own. If you want to read a really fabulous science fiction romance, then I highly encourage you to pick up a copy of Runner’s Moon: Challa Book 4 because it is so worth it!
Coffee Time Romance and More
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
My new erotic novella, Two Week Trial, is now available from Ellora's Cave Publishing. Here's a peek:
Friday, April 2, 2010
Thursday, April 1, 2010
April 1st, but it's not April Fool's!
Today is the one year anniversary for one of my publishers PURPLE SWORD PUBLICATIONS! I'm very proud to be a part of this publisher, and all the hard work they put into providing excellent stories--and all the hard work they put me through to give them those stories!!
Well, in celebration, PSP is doing a giveaway! You heard it, a new Sony E-Reader! Click the link to learn the rules, there's only a few and they're very simple!
As usual, no purchase necessary. Share this with your friends! Help us celebrate our first milestone, and be a part of the celebration!