Sunday, July 1, 2012

Blog Tour and Guest Post: Jess Haines

To celebrate the upcoming release of Jess Haines new book, Stalking the Others, Jess has agreed to do a guest post!

Guest Post Stop 16: Sunrises or Moonlit Nights?
By Jess Haines

Hello there! Jess Haines here. I’m the author of the urban fantasy H&W Investigations series (HUNTED BY THE OTHERS, TAKEN BY THE OTHERS, DECEIVED BY THE OTHERS, and the upcoming STALKING THE OTHERS).

Shiarra has been having a pretty bad time of things lately. She’s here with some of her friends (and otherwise) to tell you about it. This time they’re discussing whether they prefer sunrise or a moonlit night. Over to you, Shia!

Monday, June 25, 2012

Urban Fantasy/Paranormal: Stalking the Others, by Jess Haines

Stalking the Others, by Jess Haines, is book four in the H&W Investigations series. In this book, Shiarra Waynest finds herself teaming up with the White Hats in a race against the clock. Has Chaz's pack-mate infected her with lycanthropy? If so, will Shiarra be able to accomplish her deeds before she turns and the White Hats kill her? Does  her hunter's belt have ulterior motives? And what is she to do about Alec Royce?

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Fire Baptized; Book One of the Habitat Series, by Kenya Wright

Fire Baptized, by Kenya Wright, is the first book in her upcoming Habitat Series. In this series, readers are taken to a time in which humans live with supernatural beings that they keep separated from their own existence in what is referred to as The Habitat.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Fiction: The Economics of Ego Surplus by Paul McDonnold

The Economics of Ego Surplus, by Paul McDonnold, is a suspenseful story about Kyle Linwood, an economics instructor at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Kyle is pulled in to help with an investigation by the U.S. government of a possible financial terrorist attack on the American economy. The investigation leads him to some shady places in Dubai where he learns the truth and leaves a changed man.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Fiction: The Parrot's Perch, by Karen Keilt

The Parrot's Perch by Karen Keilt is the tale of a wealthy American family living in the high society of Brazil who falls victim of political plotting and ultimate torture at the hands of corrupt officials seeking revenge and monetary gain.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Mystery: The Beads of Lapis Lazuli, by Doris Kenney Marcotte

The Beads of Lapis Lazuli, by Doris Kenney Marcotte is about Kathryn, a homemaker who becomes inspired to write a book about an ancient Greek myth after she purchases some blue beads from an antique store in Crete. Needing more information to help with the end of her book, Kathryn returns to Crete against the wishes of her best friend and her husband. She is accompanied by a psychic named Dupree whom she has hired to help her find the answers she needs.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Happy Release Day to Layton Green!

Today is the official release day of book two in the Dominic Grey series, by Layton Green: The Egyptian.
This ebook is only $.99 for a limited time, so hurry to get your copy on Amazon here!

Read my review of book one, The Summoner, here.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Fiction: Loose Gravel, by David P. Holmes

Loose Gravel, by David P. Holmes is a dark and twisted tale about an unhealthy relationship between a mother and daughter. Murder brings a less than respectable Detective Harold Bruntz on scene as he and his partner, "Yo-Yo," try to unravel the layers of deception to get to the root of the case. All the while, sex is happening everywhere and between everyone.