Audiobook Review: White Trash Zombie Apocalypse by Diana Rowland

Audiobook Review: White Trash Zombie Apocalypse by Diana Rowland

White Trash Zombie Apocalypse by Diana Rowland Series: White Trash Zombie #3 Published by Audible on July 2, 2013 Genres: Urban Fantasy Format: Audiobook Length: 9 hrs & 30 mins Source: Purchased Amazon ,Goodreads Our favorite white trash zombie, Angel Crawford, has enough problems of her own, what with dealing […]

Posted 22 April, 2014
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Review: Rising Dark by A.D. Koboah

Review: Rising Dark by A.D. Koboah

Nemesis

London 1922

I landed silently on the roof of the cathedral in a crouch. The city stretched before me, the buildings clustered together like broken tombstones beneath a night that sat huddled over London like an assassin lying in wait.
Normally my near-indestructible body did not feel the extremes of heat or cold, but tonight I felt everything. I felt the bitter sting of the cruel wind lashing at my face and hands. I also felt the phantom throb of the dagger wound in my left shoulder, although it had healed long before I reached the cathedral. Binding it all with a barbwire kiss was the pain of my loss, which threatened to rend my mind and soul to pieces.
At last I found what I was searching for: a lithe figure on a rooftop in the distance, her profile stark and forlorn against the indigo night sky. She stood with her back to me, looking down on the street below her with an air of tense expectation, a sword dangling casually from her right hand.
Blinding hatred flared within me like the heart of a shooting star as she turned and regarded me for a brief moment. Then she fled, disappearing in midstride as she leapt from one rooftop to the next. She soon melted into the night.
She ran but knew I would follow, and when I did, I would leave behind the Avery I had spent years learning to become once more. That Avery had shunned the seductive lure of death and destruction for the faint light of humanity that had lain dormant for many years in a wilderness of desolation. Tonight I would once more succumb to the demon within and could only hope that, with her death, my humanity would not be lost forever.
I straightened, the sword in my hand glinting in the moonlight.
Visualising myself on a roof a few streets away, I drew the dark energy to me until I was weightless and everything around me dissolved. Seconds later, I burst out of the nothingness, my feet striking the roof I had envisioned in my mind. I was there for less than a second before I disappeared into the ether again.
I was soon close enough to see her ahead of me, leaping, sometimes somersaulting in mid-air before she landed on one of the rooftops. If anyone chanced to glance upward, all they would see would be shadows seeming to dip and dive, for we were moving far too fast for the naked eye to perceive.
She disappeared once more and I followed.
“Run, Luna,” I hissed, knowing she could hear me over the distance, the wind, and the clamour of life from the streets below. “Run. I will follow, and when I catch you, one of us will not live to see another sunrise.”
I sped on, slowly closing the distance between us and death.

Posted 21 April, 2014
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Interview: Author A.D. Koboah, Dark Genesis and Rising Dark

Interview: Author A.D. Koboah, Dark Genesis and Rising Dark

by A.D. Koboah Series: Published by Twenty Four Publishing Genres: Paranormal Romance Source: Publisher Discovering a fresh take on vampire romances can be difficult. The market is drowning in blood-sucking tales of dashing heroes or heroines with a particular appetite. So, when I set out to find paranormal romances with […]

Posted 21 April, 2014
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Work In Progress: Liquidation

Work In Progress: Liquidation

This Friday I’m here to discuss my current work-in-progress—or WIP as we writers call it. (We call them other things too, but WIP is the most polite… LOL! 😀 ) I’ve actually got three different books in three different genres all in different stages of development in the works right […]

Posted 18 April, 2014
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A Handful of Villains I Love to Hate

A Handful of Villains I Love to Hate

I’ve got a bit of a dark side, not gonna lie. Give me an antihero who has a vein of sinister, and I’ll probably be inherently attracted to him. Maybe it’s because I like to know I’m not alone in my less-than-perfect self. Or maybe it’s a flaw I want […]

Posted 16 April, 2014
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Review: The King by J.R. Ward

Review: The King by J.R. Ward

The King by J.R. Ward Series: Black Dagger Brotherhood #12 Published by Penguin on April 1, 2014 Genres: Paranormal Romance Format: eBook Pages: 592 Source: Purchased Amazon ,Goodreads Long live the King… After turning his back on the throne for centuries, Wrath, son of Wrath, finally assumed his father’s mantle–with […]

Posted 15 April, 2014
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New Releases: Movies, Games, & Books

New Releases: Movies, Games, & Books

The Geek in me loves shiny, new stuff. Although my writing schedule disrupts my “free time,” I try to keep up with all the goodies I’ll get to between projects. So, what has me eager to steal time? Check these out. The Elder Scrolls Online The Elder Scrolls Online Get […]

Posted 14 April, 2014
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Top Five Momma-Needs-A-Minute Books

Top Five Momma-Needs-A-Minute Books

I started a new writing class this week and one of the assignments sent me digging through my electronic bookshelf for my favorite best first kiss scenes. The exercise honed me in on my “go to” books. The ones I reach for first when the world has pushed me past […]

Posted 10 April, 2014
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