OMGoddess this is the best network ever!
Added by Shell Stacey on December 30, 2009 at 8:58pm —
Here is something fun to break up the monotony of Monday...
Kind of like those 'pick your own adventure' stories from our youth. You can choose between 6 different genres and authors then you get to "help" write the stories. I picked the 'fairy tales' group and laughed my head off at the result. If you have a few minutes to spare, check it out.
Added by Mindy Stone on December 28, 2009 at 4:43pm —
So I usually don't make goals for the new year as I never keep them, I mean who does? Resolutions I think were meant to be broken. :P But anyway! My goals are to get Center of Hell published and to finish completely revising Cosmic Journey.
Speaking of... I'm going to start the second rounds of edits on Center Of Hell and hopefully after the 1st start querying it! I'm super excited about this story! ^_^ I got such great feedback from the betas, I just hope agents will like it just as… Continue
Added by Alyss Lane on December 28, 2009 at 4:06pm —
Added by Sean Cummings on December 23, 2009 at 4:02pm —
Anyone in fashion will have been aware of the importance of how to wear something, an item of clothing or a piece of fashion jewelry. Do you still remember the heart necklaces? Continue
If you don’t know how to select the right heart necklaces for women, consider your size, the colors of…
Added by penny kwok on December 21, 2009 at 3:48am —
I'm currently reading Laurell K Hamilton's Anita Blake series. I'm about 200 pages into Obsidian Butterfly. I hate to say it but I'm not loving it. Don't get me wrong, I love Anita and seriously, who wouldn't want to be in a love triangle with Jean-Claude and Richard?! I'm just having trouble diving in to Anita's world and embracing it. It's been really bugging me but I think I've realized why... I'm stuck in another world!
Before I started reading the Anita Blake series, I had read… Continue
Added by Meaghan Williams on December 19, 2009 at 11:35pm —
Holidays getting you down? Are you a werewolf without a job? No health plan when that silver bullet wounds you? Dating a vampire?
Feel free to ask me for advice. http://evagordon.blogspot.com
Added by Wolf Maiden (Eva Gordon) on December 16, 2009 at 11:00am —
It's 7am and is going to be ridiculously hot here in Melbourne today. I don't know why I felt the need to write that but I guess it's because they are two things I dislike... Morning and hot weather haha! I live in Melbourne, Australia... famous for our unpredictable weather! Summer is here and of that I'm not happy. I prefer Winter. The only good thing about Summer is the fact I can ride horses on the beach! Which brings me to my other introduction... my babies! I own three horses... well… Continue
Added by Meaghan Williams on December 15, 2009 at 4:03pm —
Win a Walk-On
Shadow of Death
Book Two of the Chosen.
What is a Walk-On?
This is where Karen will use your name and likeness within her upcoming book Shadow of Death: Book Two of the Chosen in a minor character role, immortalizing you in print. There is no monetary value to the contest save that the winner will receive a free copy of Shadow of Death: Book Two of the Chosen when it is released… Continue
Added by Karen Dales, Author on December 14, 2009 at 9:00pm —
I have a new blog up with a new holiday story about an elf...
The Business Trip
Stop by for a read when you can... I'd love to hear from you!
Added by Lisa Kessler Writer on December 14, 2009 at 6:11pm —
Phoenix Rising is a heartwarming tale about a woman names Holly and the trials and tribulations that are put before her and the ways she finds to overcome. She is an artist with a dark painful past who is asked by a well-known author to paint a portrait of the hero in one of her novels. Upon completion she comes to discover she has painted her very own soul mate, when she meets the man in the picture is the flesh a few days later. The attraction between the two is instantaneous and the… Continue
Added by Alyra DeMarco on December 10, 2009 at 8:47am —
My new book has been released!
Now I'm looking for a few bloggers to review Phoenix Rising. This is a novella, 18 average sized chapters in length. I'll include a snap shot of the promo pdf at the end of this post.
Take a peek at the BOOK TRAILER on my Youtube
page or get a peek right below. If you'd like to review, please email me at… Continue
Added by Jo Lynne Valerie on December 9, 2009 at 10:22am —
Alright my little scary elves! Do you need more fright to go along with your cold December night? Perhaps you'd prefer some wine, cuddles, and other more fleshy ways to keep warm throughout the holidays! with Kristin Batttestella's dark fantasy The Vampire Family and Leigh Wood's science fiction erotica On the Way to New Isosceles Eternal Press gives it to you both ways!
Added by Kristin Snouffer on December 8, 2009 at 8:32pm —
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Added by Maria Pittman on December 7, 2009 at 11:36pm —
I love vampires and wanted to have one in one of my books, but the only vampires I seem to see in fiction are the Dracula/European type vampires. I think Ann Rice traced her vampires back to ancient Egypt, which I thought was an intriguing idea. So I wanted to do something different and create a fictional vampire different from other vampire stories. Vampire lore has been around for centuries and every culture has a vampire-like creature so I had many to choose from.
After doing some… Continue
Added by Kelley on December 6, 2009 at 5:30pm —
Here is the first part of Chapter One of Midnight Reflections.
Lyle Brooks liked jogging late at night when everyone else was home watching TV or getting ready for bed. It was so much quieter than during the day and he found it peaceful. Tonight, the only sound to break the silence was the rhythmic noise of his feet pounding on the stone path. The air seemed fresher, crisper in the darkness, and it always relaxed him. Even after the most stressful of days, jogging… Continue
Added by Katrina Michaels on December 6, 2009 at 12:31am —