Finding the Fantastic in Fallen Places

For the first stop in the Apocalypse in the Balance blog tour I would like to direct you to The Bialog, where you will find a guest post written by me about the use of abandoned buildings as a means to add a unique flavor to your setting. Give it a read and make sure you take part in the Rafflecopter Giveaway for a chance to win an autographed copy of one of my books.

Blog Tour 2014

Hello my faithful followers! I have a big announcement to make and I’m really excited about it. Tomorrow is the first day of the blog tour supporting my new book, Apocalypse in the Balance.  For the next two weeks I’ll be sharing the address of guest blog posts written by me, interviews, and book reviews.  Check them each out and you will have a chance to earn signed copies of my books. Tomorrow’s inaugural post will be hosted by the … Continue reading

Book Review – The White Dress, The Autumn Leaves

In the dream, she was in a dark place. She was with a man, tall, like Jack, with dark hair. The man left her for a time, and other rough men surrounded her where she sat. It was confusing; they began touching her, prodding at her. She was frozen with a sharp stab of fear. She felt fragile like glass, tried shifting to the side, wishing they would just stop. Wishing that the man with her would save her. In … Continue reading

Book Review – The Demon Stone

Today I’m excited to bring you a Guest Post and Kindle Fire Giveaway from Chris Datta. His first Novel Touched with Fire was a number one best-seller in the Historical Fiction category, and this supernatural thriller lives up to the high expectations readers have for this talented author. The Demon Stone by Christoper Datta The Demon Stone is a powerful supernatural thriller that leads you from the killing fields of Africa to the quiet Boundary Waters of Northern Minnesota. In … Continue reading

Book Review – The Dagger of Adendigaeth

Alliances form and break as new discoveries are made and old loves rekindled. In The Dagger of Adendigaeth, the characters from the book Cephrael’s Hand plunge THE GOOD This book, much like the last, is very well written. The world is fantastic, well described and diverse. The characters continue to grow and develop beyond their origins. The twists and turns of the personal stories and the greater story keeps the reader turning pages at a rapid pace. It was often … Continue reading