Dark One’s Mistress Blog Tour

When I heard Aldrea Alien was rereleasing her book, Dark One’s Mistress, I got super excited. Clara’s a fun character to read about and Aldrea has a great way of twisting the heart strings. Now it’s my great pleasure to present that book to all of you! Here’s a bit about it: For centuries, the…

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Hell Comes to Hogtown

Today, I have the pleasure of welcoming C.D. Gallant-King to the Town’s End. He’s recently released his latest book: Hell Comes to Hogtown. It’s fun romp, chock full of gratuitous violence and unusual characters. Now, here’s all the info! A comic book nerd and a pro-wrestler try to clear their names in a kidnapping while…

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Coffee with Chrys, Plus a #Giveaway!

I don’t drink a lot of coffee, but my character Derek loves comparing people to this wonderfully caffeinated drink. Today, I have Chrys on my blog and she’s provided yet another scrumptious option to try out. This sounds yummy enough for even a squirrel like me to try out! Christmas Coffee Here’s what you’ll need:…

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Golden Dawn Blog Tour

If you’ve been a reader of my blog for a while, you might have heard me mention my critique partner, Aldrea Alien. I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve read from her, from her clean romances to her more erotic works. Now, I’m thrilled to be able to announce the re-release of her paranormal romance, Golden Dawn. Here’s…

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An Interview with… Who? #TenThousandDays

Have you met C.D. Gallant-King? This guy cracks me up. He’s got the edge on zany, and his stories reflect that fun-loving nature. If you enjoy action, fun, with a hint of heart-warming love, I suggest you pick up Ten Thousand Days. And now… Interview with C.D. Gallant-King, author of Ten Thousand Days Can you…

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Guest Post – Say WHAT?

Today, I have a guest on my blog. Please welcome, Lori MacLaughlin! She’s always got something to celebrate, and I’m happy to have her here today. Take it away, Lori! Thank you, Loni, for having me as a guest! Say What?? It’s no secret that typos are the bane of a writer’s existence. They are…

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