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SAVE MY SOUL by K. S. Haigwood

Kendra Larkin had everything going in the right direction. Her life was seemingly perfect, and she wouldn’t have changed a thing about it. Unfortunately, the course of her life was about to be forever altered. A tragic rappelling accident lands her on Dr. Adam Chamberlain’s operating table. She agrees to a deal proposed by a guardian angel to help save the soul of the man who is both her doctor and soulmate. If she is successful, she gets to keep her life. However, she later learns that it isn’t just her life that’s in jeopardy, but her soul as well. Even with the help of her handsome guardian angel, Rhyan, it seems there is no happy ending in sight. Torn between her newly discovered love of Rhyan, and the undeniable attraction she has for Adam, Kendra finds herself...

The Call of Agon by Dean F. Wilson

About The Call of Agon Title: The Call of Agon: Book One of The Children of Telm Author: Dean F. Wilson Publisher: Dioscuri Press Genre: Epic Fantasy Page Count: 384 THE LAST LINE. THE LAST WORDS. THE LAST CHANCE. Ifferon is one of the last in the bloodline of the dead god Telm, who mated with mortal women, and who imprisoned the Beast Agon in the Underworld. Armed with a connection to the estranged gods in the Overworld and a scroll bearing Telm’s powerful dying words, he is tasked with ensuring the god’s vital legacy: that Agon remain vanquished. Fear forces Ifferon to abandon his duty, but terror restores his quest when the forces of Agon find his hideaway in an isolated coastal monastery. Weighed down by the worries of the world, but lifted up by the companions he encounter...

Straight Dope by LeRon Barton

  About Straight Dope: A 360 degree look into the American drug culture Straight Dope is book that asks the simple question – why are drugs so entrenched in America’s society. Instead of doing the same ol’ rigamarole song and dance and interviewing talking heads and experts, Straight Dope gets to the heart of the matter and talks to the people at ground zero – the drug addicts whose life revolves around getting high; the criminals who profit of the misery of the addicts; the teachers who deal with the children in drug abused homes; the drug counselors that try and balance breaking the addicts cycle of addiction while dealing with the bureaucracy of government politics; the legal marijuana growers battle against tobacco companies and how to thrive in the growing industry; a...

Author Interview: Allison Cosgrove

Welcome, Allison! Please tell us about yourself. I am a mom, wife, business owner, and author. Coffee is my best friend. I live a very organized life because there is just so much going on that if I don’t want to go insane I have to keep everything on schedule. You’ve just come out with a second edition of your first novel, Sacrifice of Innocence. What led to the decision to publish a new version? To put it bluntly it wasn’t living up to the standards I wanted it to. I was seriously disappointed in the work that the publishing company I was working with at the time of the first edition had done. So I rereleased with a fresh new look and a completely revised inside. Your lead character is a male. Did you set out to write in this voice, or did he simply appear on the page (or in your creativ...

What I’m Learning About Love

Does an author fall in love with the characters, with the quirks and settings, every time he or she writes a new novel or short story? I do. Sometimes as I first set my fingers on the keyboard, I find myself thinking about the relationship between two characters and wondering what their future holds, and how, or if, they will ultimately find that precious stretch of common ground we identify as happiness. Love is sweet, tantalizing, ever-luring in its quest to completely overtake our minds and hearts and lives – even if that love is fictional, something created to breathe life into what might otherwise be simply names on a page. As a flesh-and-blood woman, my own ideas, beliefs, and experiences with love deeply influence the manner in which my characters express their own versions of love ...

Changing to a WordPress Blog

For months, I’ve been putting off changing over to a WordPress blog. Bad move on my part. My current blog, the one I started with, is through GoDaddy and uses their Quick BlogCast template. It was reasonably easy to set up, is remarkably affordable and, once I got into the rhythm of creating posts, became infinitely satisfying. My blog grew quickly, in posts, unique visitors, and number of hits. Good news for me. But growth always brings new challenges. Admittedly, I wasn’t willing to address those challenges when they first appeared on my horizon. In part, I held off on taking action because I knew I would need to carve out real time, weeks or months, to research and investigate my options. The other part of me was just being lazy. In the end, I waited too long to address the move and hav...

Author Interview: Howard Hopkins

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with #TeaserTrain author Howard Hopkins. Enjoy!     BIO: Howard Hopkins is the author of the paranormal horror series The Chloe Files, and The Nightmare Club paranormal horror series for children, as well as numerous stand alone horror novels and over 30 westerns under a pen name. He edits for Moonstone Books and writes licensed characters such as The Avenger, The Green Hornet, The Lone Ranger and Sherlock Holmes, along with comic books and graphic novels. His books are being translated into Italian and audio, and he created the heroine The Veil, who will debut shortly in a special edition comic book co-written with New York Times Bestselling author Nancy Holder. His novel The Lone Ranger: Vendetta will see print in M...

Author Interview: Chicki Brown

Author Chicki Brown has published four Kindle best selling novels. A wife, mother, grandma, lover of books, music, and God. She lives in suburban Atlanta, Georgia. Website – www.chicki663.webs.com Twitter – @Chicki663 What is your genre? CB: I write contemporary women’s fiction, romance and inspirational romance. How many books have you published? CB: So far I have published four of the nine manuscripts I’ve written. My fifth release is due out in late December. Do you blog? How often? Strictly professional or a blend of all things? CB: My blog, Sister Scribbler, has been in existence for five years and has gone through two transformations. I use this platform on Monday and Wednesday to talk mostly about writing and publishing. On Fridays I post something humorous. Do you have a mott...

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