The Romance Reviews December Issue is here! Check out link to the magazine here: http://www.theromancereviews.com/ezines/122016.pdf
InD’Tale Magazine – October Issue!
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Short blurb: You know housework is necessary yet feel it’s an impossible task. Learn a few tips and tricks from someone who has been cleaning house for over 40 years.
Pre-order US link for Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H68UEW2
About the Author:
Lynn Hallbrooks has been a lover of words for as long as she can remember. As a teenager, she began writing poetry and short stories for fun. One of her friends loved her work so much he kept it. After graduating High School and turning 18, Lynn joined the U.S. Air Force where she learned skills she would carry into the civilian world almost seven years later. The writing bug took full effect in 2010 when she started collaborating with fellow veteran David McKoy on the Call Sign: Wrecking Crew series and the duo founded Call Sign Wrecking Crew, LLC. In 2016. Lynn expanded her horizons to write Non-Fiction and at the same time got in touch with her roots and is presently finishing up a collection of Short Stories.
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A great review of my novel, “Torn: Sixty Days of Calaboose,” by author Cp Bialois
Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Torn: Sixty Days of Calaboose by Tracy James Jones.
About the book: ~ A Fictional Memoir ~ (Contemporary Psychological LGBT Drama) Warning: Adult language, mild sexual situations. What could possibly go wrong for a sensitive effeminate male unexpectedly incarcerated in a room full of unpredictable strangers? For Adrian Bailey, just about everything, and in the midst of constant fear, lies, prejudice, and madness, he finds more… Under false pretenses, Adrian Bailey finds himself arrested and locked up in the local county jail for the first time in his life. Despite all the horror stories he had read or heard of concerning life behind bars, nothing was like the actual experience. Not only was he utterly devastated and confused over the situation he was unjustly thrown into, but also lost at the mercy of whatever actions that could…
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Blurb: The sins of the past have come to roost in Winter Creek.
After witnessing the rise of another monster, Jay is forced to face his fears and come to terms with treachery from an old friend. Only by embracing his past will he find the means to save those he loves.
In the end, family is forever.
Excerpt: A two-foot wide creek that fed into the river ran alongside his yard, separating his property from the wooded hillside. The creek was at its lowest point until the spring thaw, so there was a one-foot drop to the muddy rocks on either side of the water. Flat stones serving as steps were imbedded in the steep bank along the other side of the creek and led…
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BTS Book Reviews – January-February 2016 Issue
Hey everyone! How are you doing?
It’s been a while since I did an actual blog post for my own site, so I figured, why not do one involving na awesome update?
As some of you may know, I gave a talk at our local writer’s club about Self Publishing. In a way, it wasn’t anything new as I take part in the discussions on a regular basis and even co-run a writing group with my wife.
Two things made it awesome. One was I had the floor to myself and got to indulge in an old dream of being a teacher, but the what made it truly special was the fact people actually showed up to hear me talk.
I mean, I’ve spoken at preshifts at jobs and at author events before, but this was the first time it was actually all about me. The funniest thing about…
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ON THE REBOUND IS NOW AVAILABLE!
Author: Jim Cangany
Release Day: January 26, 2016
Genre: Sports Romance
Publisher: Penner Publishing
On The Rebound is a sweet, sports romance set on the campus of fictional Irving University. It’s a story about second chances and features a women’s college basketball team. Here’s a teaser for you.
After he’s caught in a grade fixing scandal, men’s college basketball coach Greg Miller is thrown a lifeline when an old friend offers him a job with the small-school Irving University women’s team.
Academic Advisor Ciara Monaghan knows first-hand the heartbreak and havoc a cheating man can wreak. She wants nothing more than to protect the University’s reputation by seeing to it that Greg’s stay at Irving is short.
The last thing either of them wants is the attraction they can’t deny. Can a struggling member of the basketball team bring them together to see how wonderful a second chance at life, and love, can be?
ABOUT JIM CANGANY
Jim Cangany was forty pages into his first manuscript when he realized it was a romance. He went with it and has great joy writing sweet, contemporary love stories. A lover of things that go fast, when Jim’s not writing, you can probably find him checking into the latest from IndyCar or pro bike racing. He lives in Indianapolis with his saint of a wife Nancy, his sons Seamus and Aidan, and the princess of the house, kitty cat Maria.
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Right after Christmas, something happened…something that’s happened before, but far too much time has passed since the last time.
I published a book.
More specifically, Ella and the wonderful team at Paper Gold Publishing published one of my books.
And Night Descends is the third book in the Small Gods series, preceded by When Shadows Fall and The Darkness Comes. The story of Teryk and Danya, Horace Seaman, Ailyssa, and all the others continues as they each chase their fate as it is inextricably linked to an ancient scroll and a prophecy of doom.
To raise the Small Gods, a Small God must die,
When stars go out, the end is nigh.
One must die to raise them all,
Should Small Gods rise, man will fall,
One can stop them, on darken’d wing,
The firstborn child of the rightful king.
WHEN SHADOWS FALL…THE DARKNESS COMES…AND NIGHT DESCENDS
The moment Teryk and Danya…
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