Quote of the Month
“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”
― Toni Morrison
Magic & Mayhem: Just Like Magic by Virginia Nelson (Romance Short Story)
Part of Robyn Peterman’s Magic & Mayhem Kindle World
Elite Elements by Virginia Nelson (Romance Omnibus)
Book Three of the Elite Warriors series
Hot on Ice: A Hockey Romance Anthology by Virginia Nelson (Romance Omnibus)
18 romances with smoking hot heroes–both on and off the ice. 20% of all royalties from sales of Hot on Ice will go to Homes for our Troops.
Prison Made of Mirrors by Jennifer Loring (Fantasy Novella)
Brenna must face and conquer death itself if she is to save the land that rightfully belongs to her, and to break her mother’s terrible spell on the man she loves.
The Trouble of Tigers (a.k.a. Katrina’s Homicidal Urges) by Amy Culey writing as A.J. Culey (Young Adult Novella)
Katrina Tiger battles her predatory instincts. It’s all her bunny siblings’ fault! If they didn’t want her to take a nibble, they shouldn’t smell so divine! Besides, there are so many of them, surely her parents won’t miss one, or two, or ten.
The Resurrection Pact by Jay Smith (Adventure Novel)
It’s like “Fletch” going underground to expose a resort for live-action role-players and fantasy enthusiasts that is a front for a cult of human traffickers run by an evil Neil Gaiman.
Daily Grind by Ann Kopchik writing as Anna Zabo (Romance Novel)
Brian Keppler doesn’t have time for a relationship. His most recent girlfriend broke up with him because he’d become married to his coffee shop, which is falling apart despite his best intentions. The arrival of handsome British high-tech whiz Robert Ancroft becomes another complication. With his sharp wit and easy charm, Rob quickly becomes a fixture in Brian’s life, but will Brian be able to find happiness now that he has a chance, or will his shop destroy this relationship, too?
Four Quarters: an homage to T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets by Lana Hechtman Ayers (Literary Poem)
Four Quarters is a dialogue and dance with Eliot’s Four Quartets. Preserving Eliot’s distinctive stanza structures and syntax throughout, Ayers, creates an utterly unique poem sequence that simultaneously celebrates the master poet, while taking him to task over his pessimistic stance on humanity.
Edge of Sorrow (Fortunes of Fate, 6) by Lori Phillips writing as Alexa Grave (Fantasy Short Story)
The mage Jasp’s memory of his wife Yetta spurs him to save the women trapped in the trees. But it’s not as simple as freeing them. It never is.
How to Breathe on Venus by Symantha Reagor (Sci-fi Poem)