Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Help me find my inner demon!

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From June 1st - August 1st

Anastasia Rabiyah and I are running a contest. Our Publisher, Amira Press has put Dreaming of You and Seventh Night into Print. We are very excited. So excited that our Inner Demons have flown all over the web and decided to plant themselves on various websites.

Find our 18 demons at the sites below and enter to win an autographed copy of our Anthology: Demonic Obsessions. When you find all mine, just take a peek over at Ana's page to see where all her demons are hiding.


1.Find all 18 demon icons at the sites listed below.

2. Email all of the sites to with your email entitled DEMON CONTEST.

Please include your name and address in your email.


Grand Prize

Signed Copy of Demonic Obsessions

5 runners up will receive goodie bags and maybe something extra

You can find the demons here:


My Brother's graduation

I recently went up to New Hampshire to see my oldest brother graduate from High School which was awesome. I got in late Wend night and was able to hang out with my family.

Thursday I had plans with my step-mother to head to Salem for a girl's day out and some shopping. After that we headed into Boston where I caught up with some old friends and coworkers at the Tremont Tearoom. Then we headed to the Cheesecake Factory where I hooked up with Harmony and her new squeeze. It was so awesome to see everyone. I don't get up there often enough.

Friday was my other brother's last day of school and finals. So we hung out and I was tired and we watched Hotel For Dogs. It was a cute movie.

Saturday, up early and drove to my friend's baby shower. It was good to see her since I hadn't seen then since October. Yeah for living 1000 miles away.

I hung out and got to meet her new hubbie which was cool. It is always way too short of a visit. But it was nice to go back to my old home town even if it was for a little bit. Sunday was the big day. Had my brother's graduation which was awesome. Yeah! We had the party afterward and all my extended family was there too. Which was nice to see them.

Monday was the last day I was there and besides the rain, the delayed flight, the switching of airlines, and spending 5 hours at Logan Airport my flight back home was uneventful. LOL

Sunday, June 14, 2009

New Release: Reborn at the Crossroads

Out now from loveyoudivine

What do you do when folklore stops being myth and vampires rise from their grave?

The answer is simple. You pray you are not its next meal or something even worse.


Two hundred years ago Travis was executed to rid the town of evil.

Now, centuries later, the good doctor has reawakened with revenge on his mind. When he crawls from his grave, a deep hunger ignites inside of him. The only thing that will sate this hunger is the blood of those who interred him.

Beth Rivers has spent five years in an emotional cocoon from the death of her husband. One night she discovers an intruder on her land and shoots him. After bringing him back to her house, she realizes the wound has healed. Desire blossoms inside her for him. There’s something about him she can’t resist.

However, Travis wasn’t the only thing that awoke that night. Something darker was released also. Its eyes are set on Beth. Will Travis overcome the darkness inside of him? Or will Beth be a victim to both his lust and his hunger?

Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60054-343-2
Length: 21,754 words
Genre: Dark Fantasy / Vampire / Erotic Romance
loveyoudivine Category: Dark Fantasy
Rating: Super Nova (contains violence)



“Is everything okay? Do you need me to—?” He put his finger to her lips. It was cold and soft. A calm sensation moved over her. The phone dropped from her fingers. She continued to gaze into his eyes. Her whole body went limp.

“Everything is fine, Beth. I do not require the assistance of a doctor. All I desire is you.” His fingers trailed lightly over her cheekbones. A shudder caught her body. Her eyelids drooped. Traces of warmth remained where his fingers touched. Beth was unsure of why she was letting him touch her, caress her, but she had no control over her body and she wasn’t afraid of him. Deep down, the stranger was familiar to her even though she’d never seen him before.

"Why do you want me?” she whispered.

He moved her hair away from her throat. His soft touch ignited her buried desire. The last time her body felt this way was when Alex was still alive. She had been so lonely and wasn’t able find anyone. For some unknown reason, his touch completed something deep inside of her. His hot breath blasted on her flesh. She craned her neck to the side. His lips brushed over her jugular vein.

"I won’t take you by force. You might have tried to hurt me, but I understand you were protecting yourself. Come to me, my Beth.”

He brushed her lips with a kiss. She shivered. He picked up the phone and placed it back on the hook. He let her go and stepped back. Beth blinked. The haze she was in lifted. He stood before her waiting. She wasn’t exactly sure what had happened, but his words lingered in her mind. He was giving her some kind of choice. The impression of his lips burned themselves into her skin. She could still feel them. She studied him and saw the hole in his shirt. Underneath there should have been bleeding skin, but there wasn’t. It was smooth, pale flesh. Her fingers touched the place where the gunshot should have been. It was cool. There were no bullet holes. There was no blood. She stared deeper into his eyes and saw they reflected the light when he turned his head. Something registered at that moment. He wasn’t right.

Something felt off about him. He was there and yet he wasn’t there. She hadn’t noticed before because she hadn’t taken a second to stop. He shared the same space with her, but yet he was out of place, out of time almost. Beth backed up into the living room. He followed her slowly, still keeping his distance.

“Come to me, Beth,” his voice was low, but reverberated in her ears. There was an echo in his voice this time when she listened. The power of it tried to drag her under his spell once again. It almost captured her, but the sudden sharp pain of hitting the back of her knee on the piano bench roused her.

"What are you going to do to me?”

Reborn at the Crossroads

Thursday, June 4, 2009

New Release: Tarnished Choices

Available at Purple Sword Publications

* Author: Crymsyn Hart
* Cover Artist: Anastasia Rabiyah
* Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
* Length: Novella
* Heat Level: Erotic Romance

Two amazing men have told Cassie she must choose. But what a choice she must make. Tristan, a sun kissed perfection with onyx eyes, has wooed Cassie and won her heart.

Daniel, pale as alabaster with blue eyes, has enticed her as well. Now, they want her to choose between them. How can she pick between the two beings she loves? Is she willing to pay the price for her choice, since these are not two ordinary suitors? One is a demon and the other an angel. If she picks one, she looses the other. If she doesn’t decide, her very soul is in jeopardy. Who will Cassie decide on? Is she willing to give up one for the other? Will she choose the angelic or the demonic?

Which one would you choose?


I wanted to kiss him. I desired to know if his lips felt like his hands, baby soft. I needed him to hold me and take away the ache in my heart starting to form because he would not wrap his arms around me. My need for him grew, and I wondered if it was because I had been influenced by the demon and maybe it was now my lot in life to attract angels and then corrupt them. Somehow, I thought it was funny. I was now some kind of Venus fly trap in search of angels to prey upon. And yet, when I gazed into the angel’s dark eyes, I needed to be sure I would not fall under his spell because my heart was already lost. I never believed in love at first sight until I met Daniel. It was easy to blame it on him being a demon and he had put a spell on me, but it was not the case; likewise not in this situation. Love was not an issue with this one. I had already fallen for the angel. My soul recognized him to be my kin, and yet, he was so beautiful I never wanted to look away, and I yearned for him to crush me to his chest and make love to me. Was I being selfish?

“So, I guess this whole mysterious thing, appearing out of nowhere, not telling me your name or why you’re here is a trademark and goes with the entire angel gig? Is it against the rules to kiss a girl, too?”

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Back to Reality

What an awesome weekend I had. I think all the pistons in my brain are firing again.
This past Friday - Sunday was ConCarolinas 09 here in Charlotte. It was a great weekend with meeting lots of awesome people and other authors.

Here is a picture of the table on the first day.

I was very excited to see authors Gail Z Martin, Faith Hunted, J.F. Lewis, Marcia Colette, and many more other wonderful writers. The first night I was on a panel talking about Sex in Sci-Fi/Fantasy. The panel was at 11 p.m. so we were all a little punchy. So we dove right into the topic, and then the Klingons next door started to sing karaoke so we had a soundtrack which was awesome because it was so funny.

Saturday was another busy day where I had three panels talking about where have all the vampires gone to, What happens after the writing is done, and also discussing some horror movies later on in the night.

But before that I met some wonderful folks who are with ScareFest; The Horror and Paranormal Convention
Lori Baker, Susan Rummel, and of course Rob the Zombie. Don't let the ladies fool you about Rob, he really is a sweetheart.

I also met Author/Filmmaker Stephen Zimmer who has his first novel out called The Exodus Gate.

While in between panels I met up with Paranormal expert Jonathan Watts who is very cool to hang out with.

On our way back to our respective panels we got stopped by the Klingon Jester. Trust me you don't want to piss him off.

The last day hubby actually came with me to sit and relax some. That was nice of him to do. Of course, the one bell of the Con was Kimberly Alexis who looked awesome in her dress.

It was a long weekend, but well worth it. I look forward to going back next year. I made some wonderful new friends.