Today, Friday June 27 through Sunday June 29, stop pass and visit Facebook giveaway threads from 76 amazing authors (25 per day). There’s a wide variety of genres and writers… something for everyone; you don’t want to miss out! All you have to do is click here!
See you there:D
Mother’s Day Reading Blitz Sale Starts Today!!
My book, Trial of Marriage and over 70 others by 60 female authors, will be ONLY .99 cents from May 9-May 11th for the Mother’s Day Reading Blitz! There’s all different genres for you to choose from. Please share with your reader friends!
Want to win a copy of Conduit by Angie Martin? Just click the link above to enter the Rafflecopter Giveaway for your chance to win 1 of 3 copies! I am excited to be part of the blog tour for this amazing book! You do not want to miss this chance to win!
How do you hide from a killer when he’s in your mind?
Emily Monroe conceals her psychic gift from the world, but her abilities are much too strong to keep hidden from an equally gifted killer. A savvy private investigator, she discreetly uses her psychic prowess to solve cases. When the police ask her to assist on a new case, she soon learns the killer they seek is not only psychic, but is targeting her.
The killer wants more than to invade her mind; he wants her. Believing they are destined for each other, he uses his victims as conduits to communicate with her, and she hears their screams while they are tortured. She opens her mind to help the victims, but it gives him a portal that he uses to lure her to him. With the killer taking over her mind, she must somehow stop him before she becomes his next victim.
As much as I love writing, I’m always reading noteworthy articles that come my way. This time it happened to be about my city. A writer from The Huffington Post wrote a lovely article called What Pittsburgh Can Teach The Rest of The World About Living. I just I would share.
I have been working hard to get Trial of Marriage 2 completed, and it got me to thinking about when I decided to take the gigantic step into the world of self-publishing. The things I know now, I wish I knew then because the journey would have been a lot smoother and less stressing then it was back then. Do I have any regrets? No, I do not, but I would have done things differently. Nonetheless, over the past year, I have learned so much, which is why I try to share as much as I can about some of the things I encountered.
Early on when I started blogging one of my articles touched base on where does all the time go? With work, projects and writing on my agenda, there never seems to be enough time in the day to get everything completed. Throw in family and unexpected things that come up, yes it can get quite challenging, but I figure as long as I am being productive in my daily routine and accomplishing something, it’s good enough for me.
I do try to follow “working tips” as best as I can, but as stated in the article, Work Tips: How Do You Prioritize Your Day? “Much of what consumes our days tend to be tasks that are urgent – a last minute emergency – for OTHERS.“ Can you share what you do to stay on track during the day?
I hope you have a great weekend folks!
R. Lynn Archie
At Audible, they are offering new members only, a chance to try out an audiobook of your choosing, free for a 30-day trial. If you have an Amazon account you can use that information to sign in and start your free trial; otherwise, you will have to create a new account with Audible.
If you decide to start a membership after the trial concludes the charge is $14.95 (monthly). If not, just cancel before your trial ends so that there is not a fee assessed. I am personally trying out the free trial, and like their announcement states, you can choose any audiobook your heart desires, so it’s not a bad deal to sample. For anyone interested here’s the link to the website, www.audible.com.
First let me say this is not romance book, but science fiction. Every now and then I do like reading something different. I have to say that “Earthman Jack vs. The Ghost Planet” was an enjoyable read. The book is about fifteen year old Jack Finnegan, an average teenager who has had his share of childhood problems and inadequacies.
And, it’s in this fifteenth year that a radical change transforms his life. It is an adjustment that centers on Jacks’ school acquaintance Anna Shepherd, Mr. Shepherd (Anna’s dad and Jack’s teacher) and Mr. Green (another teacher). People he thought he knew; however, what a surprise for him when he learns they are not what they betrayed themselves to be. Also, if that is not enough to comprehend, Jack has to deal with unsavory Deathlord aliens who are wreaking havoc and destroying anything and everything that crosses their path.
I like the growth that Jack’s character achieves along the way turning him from a laid-back teenager into a more focused and responsible individual. The things Jack endures are more than he ever could have envisioned. In this book, you will come across zombies, different alien races, spaceships, a princess and more.
I would put this book in the young reader’s category only because of the dialog used; I think a pre-teen/teenager would have a deeper appreciation for it. Nonetheless, if you are an adult that enjoys reading science fiction stories with lots of action, adventure, and bits of humor thrown in here and there, then this story is right up your alley. It was a fun read, and I’ve already referred this book to a few young readers. For more information on this book you can visit http://matthewkadish.com/.
R. Lynn Archie