Friday, December 28, 2012

AJ Lape Offers a Great Big Giveaway!



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For the next 3 days Grade A Stupid is only 99 cents! Grab it before time is up!

 

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Big Giveaway!!!!! WHOO-HOO!!!!!!


I so love my readers and hope I can count on

them to help me reach a special goal with my

book - 50 Amazon Reviews.


So, to thank all my fans

(and new ones waiting to happen)


I'm having a 50 Reviews Giveaway!

Anyone who has already reviewed 'Grade A Stupid',

as well as new reviewers, can enter.




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1st Prize will be a $25 Amazon Gift Card and a Darcy Walker coffee mug!

2nd Prize will be an autographed copy of Grade A Stupid and a Darcy bookmark!

3rd Prize will be an autographed Darcy Walker bookmark!


The sooner the book hits 50 reviews on Amazon, the sooner I can pick a winner!
 



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Grade A Stupid
Fifteen years ago, Darcy Walker’s parents thought it was a good idea to give her a unique name: Darcy, meaning “dark walker.” Whether that was a stroke of genius or stroke of stupid, they definitely nailed the irony. She lacks direction, her grades stink despite a high IQ, she’s boringly average--although flirting admirers claim otherwise--and God help her, she’s infatuated with a bad-boy.

A bad-boy that her hottie best friend, Dylan, wishes would get acquainted with his fist.

And, oh yeah, there’s that tattoo that was a royally stupid idea.

With her life spiraling out of control, everything changes when she skips class and finds a dead body…in fact, it gets worse. It jump-starts Darcy’s inner-verb, and her AD/HD mind gets caught up in a situation she can’t let go.

Set in the fictional Cincinnati town of Valley, Ohio, Darcy falls into a world of threats, violence, and gangland exploits, chasing down every clue to finger the murderer. When a fellow misfit is arrested for the crime, Darcy goes from zero-to-sixty trying to clear his name—constructing aliases, breaking the law, everything that makes perfect sense to her, but reeks of Grade A Stupid to everyone else.

Trouble is…will she live to see 16?

 

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

JD Nelson's New "A Night Of Wickedness"

   
 
Mature 18+ for adult situations.
Obsidian Raines is everything I hate in a new neighbor. He’s considerate, sexy, and a wealthy vampire.
Now, I know what you’re thinking, he sounds hot, right? Well, he is hot, but that’s not the point. If you were a nymph you would understand. Life for us is no picnic; most of us end up stalkers, sex addicts, and prostitutes. I am no exception to this rule, which is why I was sent to the middle of nowhere Alabama to be alone.
How was I supposed to know that he would inadvertently destroy all of my therapist’s progress?
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Vampire or Wolf? Hot or Hotter? You choose!, December 26, 2012
By 
M-NSmith "Mary-Nancy Smith" (Otterville, MO) -


This review is from: A Night of Wickedness (Wicked Ways) (Kindle Edition)
Are you tired of the run of the mill vampire vs werewolf stories?

Are you ready for a story that will stop your heart and then restart it with a jolt of adrenaline page after page?

Do you like stories that keep you up all night reading because you can't wait to find out what happens next?

How about stories that have fantastic characters that you instantly fall in love with and keep falling in love with with every turn of the page?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is the book for you! JD Nelson knows how to weave a tale that keeps you on the edge of your seat and enthralls you. She also puts a great new spin on the classic vampire vs werewolf tale and adds a some really hot steamy nymph sex in the mix to heat things up and keep things lively!



   
 
Mature 18+ for adult situations.
Emelie was a normal girl until the loss of her parents. Upon their deaths, the magic she had denied for so long disappeared, forcing her into a world of survival, and worse, betrayal. With her fate unknowingly decided before she was born, she finds the only way to save her kind is to give up her future—a future she didn’t want until she had someone she couldn’t bear to lose.
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Magic, Adventure, and Passion!, September 28, 2012
By 
M-NSmith "Mary-Nancy Smith" (Otterville, MO) -


This review is from: Night Aberrations (Night Aberrations Series) (Kindle Edition)
What do you do when you wake up only to find that everything you have ever been told is a lie?
Do you give up?
Do you stand and fight?
Would you want someone to be there for you?
Someone that you knew, respected, and loved (well at least had a crush on)?
Or, would you rather go it alone?

These are all the questions that Emelie has to wade through when she finds her parents, are no longer a magical life source for her. Without magic she will die.

Who should she trust?
Should she trust "Uncle Sorren" or the new unknown in her life Krisitan?
What should she do when she finds out she has been "fated" to be with Kristian when she is obviously in love with someone else?

Not only does she have to face all of these horrible choices but, now she has to work to defeat the evil doppelgänger Freyr and his odious plans to take over the world.

What does she decide to do?
Who does she turn to and who does she learn to trust above all others?

Mrs. Nelson is a classic storyteller! She draws you in from the first lines, until you are turning the page faster and faster because you "have" to know what happens next. Nelson knows how to put enough magic, adventure, and passion in to a book to keep you coming back for more. This is the first book in her series, she has me hooked, and I can't wait for the next! Enjoy the ride! I know you won't be disappointed!

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Five Books Only 99cents Each by Jason Ellis

Do you have a kindle? Do you have a child that likes to read on your kindle? Do you have a child that likes to read about adventures and finding new things out about their world around them? Then these are the books for you! Jason Ellis is a wonderful author that has five very awesome books that anyone would enjoy! Please take a few minutes and read the descriptions and I think you will agree that these are definitely worth the price! Enjoy! I know I did!

 

 

 




Meet young Holly Silverstone, the girl who sees daisies turn to butterflies ... who dreams of places that she has never been to ... who is invited to study at the elusive and enchanting Highlands Academy of truth and excellence.

The voices will come, one-thousand and one, the voices will come. Fear is the key, fear to see. The voices will come, one-thousand and one, the voices will come.

As Holly took a sip of her tea and held the piece of paper between her fingers, veins of ink slowly crept across the paper. She wanted to drop it and scream … yet a more powerful part of her made the fingers on her hands grasp the letter even tighter and her eyes open wider.
The ink seeped and whirled around, forming words;

We have a question for you, Holly.
Do you want to know how the daisies turned to butterflies?




The first book in the 'Amelia Maylock' series.

Little did Amelia know that as she dressed for school on a normal Friday morning at the beginning of March, her life would soon change forever.

"You are here because you are the only one who can defeat her. I don't know when you will meet her or where but I know it will happen. We found out your whereabouts only recently when an ancient book was discovered, telling us about the twin of Erryaz and where she could be found." Amelia was definitely not expecting an explanation like that. She didn't know what to say or do.

The 12th Year Awakening is the first book in the Amelia Maylock series. Amelia is a happy twelve year old girl who discovers one day that she is very special and has powers. She has an evil twin sister, Erryaz, and Amelia must learn to defeat her while searching dimensions for jewels to aid her in the final fight for good.




Hidden in the amethyst is the second book in the Amelia Maylock series.

Had the old hag made a mistake? This couldn't be what Amelia was supposed to meet here, could it? Why would she send Amelia to fight such a - whatever it was - without warning her first? Amelia didn't have time to worry any longer as the creature took another giant step forward, looming closer and lowering its huge head towards her, revealing its bright white eyes, sitting in slits in the skull. The light from the orbs at the side of the room glistened off of the black bone, but it couldn't make the creature look anything other than terrifying.


 


The highly anticipated third book in the Amelia Maylock series. -

They all started walking up the bank and used the tree trunks as cover, concealing themselves in the shadows when they moved, silently. It was a needed skill too as Maratlus had guards on patrol near the metal entrances to the caves. Some were creatures that Amelia recognised from her training with the old hag - when she created attackers for Amelia to overcome, safely - and others were large, muscular people. The creatures were called hybrids because Erryaz had used her evil magic to create many drones, for uses such as this. The creatures here looked like humans cross bred with dogs or wolves. They stood upright on two legs, yet were covered in fur and had a long snout and extremely sharp teeth. They were all heavily armed and simply stood on watch, turning their heads left and right in a monotonous rhythm.


 


The fourth book in the Amelia Maylock series.

"I need to be careful." People in the old fashioned dimension were not familiar with magic of any kind. Amelia reminded herself that staying disguised was paramount. If she did find something wrong in the town square, Amelia knew she would need to decide quickly if she was going to react, or get out of there to safety. As she turned the final corner and saw the black iron fence ahead of her, it was clear straight away that something connected to her magical world was happening. A few feet in front of her, hanging in the middle of the road, all the way up to the fence, was an uneven line of white light. It had a distinctive blue tinge to it and looked as if someone had run along with a pen - that wrote in light - scribbling in the air. "I've never seen anything like that before!" Pretending to be totally unaware of it, and just a 'normal' girl walking home, Amelia followed the light trail towards the iron fence.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Bishop and the Pixies Book One – Complete Boxed Set – Book One and Two by Nathaniel Parkinson, Author

 Now Available: Bishop and the Pixies Book One – Complete Boxed Set – Book One and Two

Amazon link here.
Barnes & Noble link here.

 NOTE: This set contains the entire Bishop and Louise story line, and is suitable for gift giving. Your friends and family will NOT have to spend more money or wait months to find out the ending!

bishop pixie book 1 cover















  
Book One: The entire hidden magical world is in danger from an unknown foe. Former SAS commando (now daytime bodyguard to a powerful vampire) Bishop, and his team of three devious and mischievous Pixies are the ‘ace in the hole’ for the magical world. Together they make up a most unexpected, improbable and hilarious combat team. Follow their adventures as they travel the world, find love, steal tiger cubs, and uncover the true nature of this threat in an exciting new series!

book 2 nov 19 

Book Two: Bishop and his team of devious Pixies team up with the world’s most powerful magical creatures in a desperate race to save the world from complete annihilation. Follow them from the secret caverns of Gibraltar to the Libyan Desert as this first adventure comes to a shocking end. NOTE- This book is intentionally rated PG or better and is kid friendly, and meant to be fun and funny. Sit back, pull up a cat and have fun!
(This volume concludes the Bishop and Louise story line – but is certainly NOT the last you will hear from the Pixies – look for the first Pixie Sequel “Rise of the PixieNet” in 2013.)

Olivia Martinez: Author Interview with Nat Parkinson


I recently had the chance to talk with the enigmatic Nat Parkinson. With over forty years of writing behind him, he has become an overnight sensation with his first book, Bishop and the Pixies, Book One: The Hunt Begins. Straight from the pages of Facebook, a story began to develop and Nat nurtured it to fruition.

In Book One of Bishop and the Pixies, all of the magical world finds itself on the brink of disaster. A former commando and his band of pixies find themselves on a mission to save the world. Will they be able to discover who’s behind the threat and stop them in enough time? Throw in a lovely human named Louise, grand theft tiger cubs, and Willoughby’s galloping kittens and you’ll enjoy the wild ride.
Keep an eye out for Book Two of Bishop and the Pixies. It’s slated for an early November release!

Oh. I must tell you that without the pixies none of this would be possible. (There is currently a pixie bomb being held over my head. They forced me to say that.)

When Nat sat down to answer the interview questions, he told me that this was his first interview for the book. This little ol’ blogger is feeling rather privileged at the moment! I’m always excited to do interviews with authors, but this one means a little more to me since I had the opportunity (with many of you) to watch the characters develop. Thanks Nat!
Alright Pixies, Humans, and Others, here’s what you’ve been waiting for. A quick ten twelve questions with Nat Parkinson.

— —- —- —- —-
 

Are you a new author or do you have other books I can mention? This is my first novel. I have written for nearly 40 years – both for newspapers and business, but this is my first foray into fiction.

What is your background? In many ways I am Bishop. I have traveled or lived in nearly thirty different countries and speak nine languages. I love to cook, was in the rare wine business, worked as a Merrill Lynch Stockbroker, served in the Army, lived for five years on a sailboat, and was actually raised by butlers and nannies. I am a throwback to the 1800’s, now living in quiet obscurity in Maine and raising my kids. Most of my neighbors believe I am in the Witness Protection Program. I encourage this belief.




Where did you get the inspiration for your book?
“Bishop and the Pixies” was drawn from watching the Facebook antics of H.P Mallory’s “Pixie” fans…they are delightfully mischievous and many of the scenes in this and the future books are shamefully lifted from their posts on Facebook. This entire series is being written with ‘real time’ interaction with the fans – I release periodic snippets on my author page and to the secret Pixie Page for their approval. I learned early on in this process that I had to satiate their curiosity for my own well being. I have made a careful effort to include locations I have visited, meals I have cooked, and real world things I have actually seen or lived.
Procrastination is defined as an author’s favorite pastime. What do you do to avoid writing? I still have a ‘real world’ job (almost 16 years as an agent for Aflac) and am interrupted at least 20 times a day with claims and questions. Punctuate that with my kids, dog, cat, and life and the writing is crammed in between. But, I was a US Army journalist and can bang out 3,000 to 5,000 words in a day. If you ‘fell behind’ in army journalism school, you got re-assigned as an infantryman… I made it a point never to fall behind.

Will we be hearing from Bishop again? (If so, please give a guesstimate to when.)
“Bishop and the Pixies” will be a trilogy. My ‘target’ for Book Two is November 2012. Here are the opening paragraphs:
    “Master ‘S’

It is with a heavy heart and my sincere gratitude that I must advise you of my intent to retire from your service. Recent circumstances have made my continuing employ impractical, if not hazardous to your personal safety, and thus we must part ways.
    

Many years ago we struck an agreement. You agreed to postpone our contract for the duration of the war out of respect for my patriotic duty to the crown. Once again, the world is at war, but this time the stakes are the future of the entire world. I propose the same agreement.
    I shall continue to serve ‘for the duration’ of this current conflict then, assuming there is a world remaining to which I might retire, I shall live out the remainder of my days.
    

You once told me that you would always take the solemn word of a British Soldier. I assume that is still the case today. Again, you have my solemn word that I shall continue my efforts to vanquish this threat with all my skills and vigor.
    

Given the nature of the enemy we face this resignation may well be entirely moot. The odds of my surviving this battle are certainly not in my favor. I have faced such odds before and do not fear them. But as in Libya, I have a greater obligation today than my own safety. If I survive, I must retire. This shall be my final campaign….”



How difficult do the pixies make your job as an author? They are constantly looking over my shoulder. But, without them there would be no books, so I do my best to ignore.


What do you do when you’re not writing? I’m pretty boring in ‘real life’. I am a news and golf junkie and watch C-SPAN for “fun”. Really.

You’ve enjoyed immediate success with your book. What advice can you give to other aspiring authors on how to promote themselves? I was amazed this afternoon to find that “Bishop and the Pixies” hit #1 on Barnes and Nobles ‘New Sci-Fi’ after only 6 days…I can only attribute this to the way I wrote it. Every step of the way I included my Facebook fans, shared pre-release excerpts and included them in the writing process…I don’t think ANY book has ever been written in this way. So, when it was released I had a fan base waiting – for a new author and a first book.


Your book is a tie-in with another successful series. Would you like to tell us a little about Bishop’s origins?
I invented “Bishop” as the daytime Facebook bodyguard to Sinjin Sinclair (Vampires tend to sleep during the day and sorta need someone to keep them safe) and the Facebook persona took on a life of its own. This is not a ‘tie in’ so much as a ‘jump to the left….and then a step to the right’ No characters in B&P appear in any of H.P.’s books…this is an entirely new ‘world’.

Is there a specific age group you are targeting or is this a book for readers of all ages? I kept this book (and all future books) age appropriate for age 12 – but targeted it to also appeal to adults…there is no sex, very mild profanity (‘Crap’ versus worse choices) and most of the violence is aimed at ‘bad guys’. I have kids, and would not worry for one minute about them reading my books, and 90% of my readers are adults – who enjoy a funny story.



Who are you reading right now? I have a vast collection of 1950’s “Juvenile Fiction” and am currently re-reading the “Tom Corbett – Space Cadet” series. Gosh they’re swell!



Where would you live if you could choose anywhere in the world? No hesitation – back to living on a sailboat. You get to pick your neighbors and the view is always lovely.





 

 Two Snippets from Book One and two snippets from Book Two! Enjoy!


Snippet: “Holy CRAP! It’s the Queen!”

Just as they arrived there was a commotion in the kitchen and suddenly three cats galloped into the living room with Kayla, Shannon and Ginette dressed in fox hunting outfits riding on tiny saddles. Kayla yelled, “Hey Bish! Look what Willoughby gave us!” All three were so excited that they didn’t notice Diana or Drea until they were half way to the sofa.
Suddenly Shannon reined her cat to an abrupt stop and screeched, Holy CRAP! It’s the Queen! Run for it!” and wheeled her calico mount around. She and the others rode out onto the patio and over the back wall into the night, as fast as the cats could run.
Bishop raised his hands to the shocked group.
“Please, don’t ask,” he said.
Drea shook her head and wrote something in a small notebook. She tucked her pencil back into her hair with great precision and gave it a small tug, making sure it was secure.



Snippet: Bishop’s Name

Breaking the embrace and looking up, Louise toyed with one of the curled ends of Bishop’s mustache.
“There is one thing I’d like to know before you go…” she said with a smile.
“And what would that be, dear?”
“You must have a first name? I think it’s only fair that you tell me.”
Bishop’s ears turned reddened slightly. He paused for several long seconds and looked around the suite to make sure that no Pixies had snuck in. Finally he lowered his mouth to Louise’s ear and whispered.
Oh dear!Louise said, “You can’t be serious?”
“I’m afraid so,” Bishop replied with a shake of his head.
“But…”
“Quite so,” Bishop said quickly.
“Whose idea was that?” Louise asked with a giggle.
“My mother was a charming woman but she had some rather odd ideas at times.”
“Let’s just stick with ‘Bishop’,” Louise agreed as she started to giggle again.



Snippet: Introducing Corporal Simon

Sergeant Willoughby happily assumed the task of training Corporal Simon (with the assistance of Kayla, Shannon and Ginette) and in short order the furry recruit was marching smartly and saluting. He still periodically tossed in a back flip for punctuation, but that was viewed as mere exuberance.
One night Bishop stopped in to check on Simon’s progress and noticed that the recruit was wearing a holster with what seemed to be an ape sized – and quite real – .32 caliber pistol. Bishop instantly froze. Could Willoughby really be so certifiable as to give a loaded gun to an ape? Bishop quickly placed the odds at 50/50.
With exaggerated care, Bishop slowly approached Simon until he was close enough to snatch the weapon and examine it. In a reaction which would certainly bring any other recruit up on charges, the ape screeched and leapt onto Bishop’s back and whacked him on the head with an orange. A quick examination revealed the pistol to be unloaded and Bishop handed it back to Simon.
The corporal holstered his prized possession and sulked away.


Snippet: Disable the Internet

“Your Majesty, during our discussion in Malta you talked about how the Gods had lost all doubt in their infallibility?”
Diana shook her head sadly, “As you would say Bishop, quite so. Even our best efforts could no longer make them doubt themselves.”
“And I ask you,” he said placing his hand on Melanthorpe’s shoulder, “when even a human such as this disreputable specimen – after consuming the entire contents of a pub, becoming so absurdly blotto that he obeyed the orders of a monkey in a suit…”
“I’ve been doing that for years…” Melanthorpe objected.
Bishop ignored the comment, “…when even the likes of this, can suddenly rattle off the batting average of the third baseman of the 1934 New York Yankees, I submit we have reached that same stage.
“Who here had ever even heard of Jack Saltzgaver before I asked you about him? I know I hadn’t and I was around in 1934. Yet every drunken carcass here – Mr. Mahmoud excepted of course – was instantly able to locate his statistics and smugly recite them. This absurdity must be stopped. I propose that we instill some healthy doubt back into mankind. We must disable the internet.”
Layla had been half listening to Bishop’s quiz and discussion with Diana with the small portion of her brain which was not pounding and numb but this last comment woke her up immediately.
“Holy CRAP! What did just you say?” she asked.

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Sedona's Spirit by Amanda Hunter


Sedona's Spirit

Sedona's Spirit
Price: $2.99

Alexa Vandagau was born with a special gift, as some would say. She keeps the fact that she see's visions of the future to herself, most of the time.
However, there comes a time when there is an exception to that rule, especially when her best friend's boyfriend being brutally murdered is the vision she gets.
Alexa entrusts her Metaphysical Science Professor, Max Machete at the University of Northern Arizona with her secret. Surprisingly, he is not even remotely surprised by her admission and believes that she is more talented than she knows.
Alexa decides to put her trust into this new adversary. She also lets him show her where her talents may come in handy and how they may save her best friend's boyfriends life, along with bringing down a big company that is known to frequently dump toxic chemicals into Stoneman Lake.
Through this new learning journey, Alexa not only finds herself more aware of her true spiritual nature, but also finds true love and her Sedona's Spirit, so to speak.
You never know what spirits Sedona, Arizona may hold, let alone what spirits it may let out.


5.0 out of 5 stars Visions, Spirits, and Murder Oh My!, December 15, 2012
What would you do if you had the ability to see the future but no way to change what was going to happen?


What do you do when a vision turns gruesome and you watch your best friend's boyfriend be murdered?


What happens when you learn something you never knew about yourself and it turns into the one thing that might save your friends?

Do you run the other way or do you jump in with both feet and do what you think is right?

What do you do when you accidentally fall in love with the one person that can help you?

These are all the questions that Alexa Vandagau must face when she gets a vision that her best friend's boyfriend is going to be murdered. She faces challenges that would stump a weaker person and overcomes obstacles that would be hard for anyone to hurdle. She is not your typical heroine or your damsel in distress. Alexa is a strong, independent, and caring woman and she is someone you want to be friends with.

Amanda Hunter hits it out of the ball park with her newest release! You will not be disappointed! Enjoy, I know I did!!!

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

The Gifts Aren't Only From Santa

The Gifts Aren't Only From Santa crew are gearing up for two days of FREE and discounted for charity!
Join us for the Facebook fun on the 14th!
That's right. December 14th and December 15th, treat yourself to a buffet of ebook joy by visiting Amazon and downloading FREE ebooks or heavily discounted ebooks where 100% of the proceeds go towards charity. How cool is that to be a giver and a receiver all at one time?!?!

On top of that, there's a fun Facebook event scheduled for December 14th with cool games and prizes to win. Go here for details.

Want to get a heads up on the great novels coming up for FREE or discounted? Go here to peruse the titles. Just make sure you don't drool on the keyboard. You'll need it for the December 14th Facebook fun.

"What if I don't have a kindle?" you ask. Well, that isn't a problem. Got a smartphone (android, blackberry, iPhone), computer (Mac or Windows-based), or a tablet (iPad or android tablet), then you can download a FREE kindle app and take advantage of these great titles being made available to you.

Don't forget to enter to win some great prizes in the rafflecopter as well. Yeah, we're just loving the giving spirit! Make sure to share this with everyone so no one misses out on the fun, prizes and free ebooks galore!

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Forged by Greed (The Forged Series)
1.  Forged by Greed (The Forged Series) by Angela Orlowski-Peart
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Souled (The Souled Series)
2.  Souled (The Souled Series) by Diana Murdock
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Ruby Blue (The Ruby Blue Series)
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Neverlove (Shadow Jumpers)
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Givin' Up The Ghost (An Indigo Eady Paranormal Mystery)
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Wicked Sense (The Singularity Series, #1)
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INZARED, Queen of the Elephant Riders
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The Shadow and the Rose (The Ash Grove Chronicles)
8.  The Shadow and the Rose (The Ash Grove Chronicles) by Amanda DeWees
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