I hope that you have all had a safe and Happy Halloween for all those who celebrate.
For everyone who participated in either blog hop I was part of in October, thank you.
Hello to all those who have signed up.
In October I was generously handed back rights to nine of my novels by
the publisher. While it was a shock, I am in the works of getting the
books back out for everyone to enjoy them. So stay turned on updates
I have finished edits for another book called Follow The Ink: Undertaker Chronicles Book 2.
This is a new series I'm exploring about a woman who takes a job as an
undertaker's assistant. Here is the blurb for the first one called A Deathly Undertaking.
Savege is an undertaker's assistant. When her boss is killed, she
assumes the job of undertaker and all the strange things that goes with
it. A necromancer is trying to retrieve an item in her curio cabinet
along with the key tattooed into her arm so he can release Medusa and
her sister's from limbo.
All the while Darria is learning about her new position, she awakens a
mummified hand named Omar who becomes her familiar. She works with a
grim reaper named Oliver who collects the souls of the bodies she works
on. And she has to do her job all the while trying not to get killed,
figure out what the necromancer wants, and how to keep Medusa from
escaping into her world.
I'm very excited to be a part of these because both will be awesome events.
Gods and Mummies, oh my! is now out once more with Purple Sword Publications.
So if you haven't gotten your copy feature Kalli and the feral mummies
out to get her, check it out. It's fun and a little light reading. Can't
be doing horror all the time.
Come & Yeti - who doesn't love space yetis and bigfoot
Cosmic Shifts ( Hairy & Hung/Come & Yeti) in print
Last month I tried to read The Red Tree by Caitlín R. Kiernan.
I made it 80 pages into the book and just couldn't continue reading it.
The first person Point of View in this novel was not written in a
manner that I could connect with. I'm sure it's fine for other people,
but not for me. So I gave it to friend who will love it.
She saw his surprise. “I’m okay. I’m sorry about last night.”
Elliot flashed her a smile. “No apologies needed. You weren’t expecting
us to be wolves. At least you didn’t run off in the middle of the night.
I expected you might. Not that you wanted to steal Mika’s tiny, beat-up
car.” He chuckled. “Are you hungry? Mika’s making waffles downstairs.”
She tried to move forward, but stumbled. Elliot caught her. His warm
hand on her shoulder made the breath hitch in her throat. His hand
traveled down her shoulder and then across her back. She leaned in
closer until she stared into his eyes and saw the barriers breaking down
around his heart. It was going to be tough to resist those gray eyes of
his that looked out from such a kind soul. She wrapped her arms around
his neck and pressed her body into him. He felt the same way that Mika
had. Everything was right being in his arms. October brushed her lips
along his and waited for his reaction. He returned the kiss in a slow
meeting of their mouths and flicked his tongue across her bottom lip
until he pulled away and shook his head.
“We can’t do this.” He tried to put a little bit of space between them, but she didn’t let go of his neck.
“Because you’re Mika’s. I can smell you all over him. You made your choice.”
“We can’t have this.”
She placed a hand on his cheek and felt the warmth of his skin seep into
her palm. He turned his head into her hand and sighed. “Yes, we can. I
never said I was going to pick one of you.”
“It doesn’t work that way among wolves. We choose one mate for life, and that’s it.”
“Hey, October if you’re hungry—”
Elliot and she glanced over. Mika was dressed in jeans and no shirt.
Flour was smeared across his chest and his left cheek. It appeared he
had made the waffles from scratch. His jaw clenched when he noticed the
two of them together. The veins in his neck were bulging. He opened his
mouth to respond, when October unwound from Elliot and went to Mika. She
slid her arm around his waist and kissed the line of his collarbone.
Underneath her hand, his muscles were still rock-hard and wound tight.
She flicked her tongue across him, tasting the remnants of the flour on
his skin. She stood up on tiptoe and licked the tip of his ear. He
quivered and looked between her and Elliot.
She followed his gaze and saw the hair was standing up on Elliot’s arms.
His eyes were glowing yellow. He was breathing heavy, and his lips were
pulled back in a snarl. His fists were clenched at his side. The
testosterone between the two of them was so heavy she could smell it.
The fur was about to fly, and she was in the middle of it.
“Whoa! Both of you just need to back off.”
“He had his hands on you,” Mika growled.
She put her hands on her hips. “Now is not the time to get into a fight
over me. I might have spent the night with you, but that does not mean
that you have the right to claim ownership over me.”
“You said last night—”
“I said no such thing. Both of you stop this. I’m attracted to you and
Elliot. Mika, you need to calm that wolf of yours. Both of you, chill.”
When Phillip saw the shooting star stumble to Earth, he had
to investigate. All he was trying to do was mess with the Bigfoot hunters who
were after him. He finds an unconscious green woman. He knows that she can’t be
captured or she'll end up on the military’s dissection table.
Upon waking, Alika discovers a large, hairy beast, with intelligent eyes helping
her. Once they figure out how to communicate their goals are united. Get her
off the planet before the military finds her. Thankfully, she sends a distress
call off to her home planet. While waiting, she falls for the big hairy male
who has kept her safe and knows that she can’t leave him behind no matter what
Once Elarna received Alika’s transmission for help, she
races to Earth to aid her friend. Heading back to Rovan, their home world a
malfunction occurs in the ship. The three of them crash land on a frozen
desolate planet. Phillip escapes in a pod and searches the cold wasteland for
his love and Elarna.
Upon seeing the crash, Heragthan rushes to the downed ship.
He finds Elarna thrown from the ship and hears the Yetan guard approaching. He
whisks her away and knows he can heal her. When she wakes up, Elarna is
astonished to find a large hairy creature tending to her, but there is something
about the gentle giant. And whenthey
figure out who to communicate, he vows to help her rescue Alika. Before he can
do that, Phillip finds them and is astonished that the Yeti can shift into a
male just like him. Together, they storm the stronghold and save Alika.
However, the only problem is they have to get off world without the Yetan guard
capturing them. While struggling to keep her safe, Elarna falls for the alien
who rescued her.
Together all four of them must face the hardships of
escaping and deal with exploring the growing feelings they have for one