Posted in October 2013

River of Bones By Angela J. Townsend

        Title:  River of Bones Author:  Angela J. Townsend Published:  October 30th, 2013 by Clean Teen Publishing Word Count:  50,000 Genre:  YA Horror Recommended Age:  14+ Synopsis: When 17-year-old Dharma Moore moves to Bayou country so her scam artist mother can work as a Paranormal Investigator, she discovers more than ghosts haunt … Continue reading

Madison Knight is back! Giveaway with @Carolyn_Arnold

Originally posted on Friedgatortail:
If you haven’t already, meet Madison Knight, the chocolate-loving detective, who is determined to solve murder and find justice for the victims—even if that means coming into contact with the sight of blood. However, in Found Innocent, the latest release in the series (releasing October 16th!), she doesn’t have to face…

Simple Successes And Going Back To It

I had a conversation with a fellow author today, one who is a good friend of mine. We were discussing the hazards of even mild success (which is how I feel about my own), and some of the pitfalls.  See, we’ve both been struggling with the  third books in our series. All kinds of worries … Continue reading

The Fight For Christmas

Hosting this story on my blog for J.C. Shafer, for the AMMC Christmas Anthology Genre: Fantasy Author: J.C. Shafer eBook: Yes Dedication: To all the children separated from their families who are wishing for Christmas magic to find them. The Fight For Christmas The bloodstained elf limped into the command post at Christmas town. “The … Continue reading

The Writer’s Changing Identity

Originally posted on Christopher Stocking:
It used to be–or so I’m told anyway–that a writer had to stick to the same genre in order to be successful. That they had to stay in that genre to build their brand, because there weren’t a lot of other ways to build that brand. The genre would, essentially,…