Fictional Friday Continues

If you missed the inaugural post for

Fictional Friday

you’ll need to pop into the Way Back Machine and look at last week’s installment. A quick recap of what it is, along with submission guidelines, is below…way below… This week is short and sweet as I’m racing to get everything ready to head out of town for the weekend.

I did finally get a review written for Veil of the Deserters ~ Bloodsounder’s Arc Book Two by Jeff Salyards which you can find here and also on Amazon.

Onto some books you might be interested in:

  • Eventide ~ Book Two of the Meratis Trilogy by Krista Walsh Genre: Fantasy   This is next up on my TBR list. It’s available at Amazon among other places.
  • Devin O’Branagan‘s books Red Hot Property (a blend of humor, romance & suspense) and Show Dog Sings the Blues (a delightful tale of mistaken identity when a pampered show dog is finds herself working on a ranch) are now available as audio books.
  • Liberty or Death: The Soldier Chroniclesby David Cook described as “an authentic historical story set against the brutal backdrop of Ireland’s Great Rebellion, the first novella in The Soldier Chronicles series.” I got to read an early draft of this one. The finished copy is on my kindle toward the top of my TBR list.

Other things of interest, although that’s not a personal endorsement:

 

These writing quotes come from the website of 7-time author and writing teacher, Laura Davis. Visit her site to learn more about her writing classes and retreats or to join her free online Writer's Journey Roadmap community. www.lauradavis.net

 

 

What’s it all about, you ask? Ahh…fiction. And Friday. Reading. Writing. No arithmetic. Whereas I’m mostly all about fantasy, urban fantasy, and a sprinkling of paranormal romance, I read across many genres so you’ll find a mix here.  Some things to note:

  • If you’re an author with an upcoming release, drop me a line via e-mail.
  • If you’re a reader who has just read something outstanding and want to share, likewise.
  • Book signings, release events, quotes, tidbits, industry/indie news etc. etc.? Pass them along.
  • As this is my blog, I reserve the right to not use anything I don’t want to use.

 

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2 responses

  1. I hope you realize how inspiring your blog is. Thanks for being so concerned about writers.

    June 18, 2014 at 7:18 am

    • Aww…thanks. No, never really thought of my blog as inspiring. But thanks for thinking so. 🙂

      June 19, 2014 at 5:56 am

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