Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Title: My Soul For you
Author: Airicka Phoenix
Release Day: March 7, 2014...

Genre: New Adult Contemporary, Thriller with strong elements of Romance
Warnings: Explicit language and sexual content (18+ only)

You are cordially invited to have your heart’s desire come true.

For Kaitlin Claremont this is a very tall order. What wouldn’t an orphan girl living over of her aunt’s shop wish for? But when her one night of magic and passion in the arms of a man that is as out of her reach as he is gorgeous turns into curdling screams and dead bodies, Katie quickly realizes that her wish came with strings, a debt she must repay or die. But can she take a life to save her own or can she find those responsible and stop them before it’s too late?

Kaleb O’Reilly has one goal, finish his internship, get his credits and graduate. His freedom can’t start until he does. But nothing prepares him for the brown-eyed beauty he just can’t seem to get out of his head no matter how many times he tells himself she’s off-limits. Kaleb can’t deny he wants her in a way that very much complicates everything. But what happens when the hunger wins and everyone he loves becomes a pawn to a deadly game? Can he turn his back on Katie to save his family or will he fight to save the girl? Time is running out. Will they kill or be killed?

                                                                Meet Airicka:

                                                                 Author bio:

International Best-Selling author Airicka Phoenix lives with her husband and four gorgeous children in the beautiful province of British Columbia. When she's not busy playing with her imaginary friends, creating worlds and toying with fictional lives, she can be found reading, polishing her collection of daggers, or chilling with her kids.
Airicka also writes adult paranormal & contemporary romance under her alter ego, Morgana Phoenix. Her debut novel, CAPTURE ME will be released 2014.
For more about Airicka, visit her website at:

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Interview with Bryant A. Oliver


Thanks so much for being here today Bryant!

Hello everyone. Thanks for having me! 

When did you know that you wanted to be a writer?

That's a hard question to answer. I guess I could say I realized during my Junior-Senior year in high school. I had been writing a lot of poetry and song lyrics.  After doing a project for a class I started getting into writing new screenplays. A few years after I was in college I decided to take the poetry and song lyrics I had wrote and put them into a book and thus my first book "Starlight Memories a collection of poems and songs" was born.

What has been the most difficult part about being a writer?
Just writing. Sometimes I get excited about writing a new chapter and I start it but sometimes once I stop I get lazy and want to take a break from writing.

Who are your favorite authors?

Lindsay Avalon, J.K Rowling and Robert Frost.
What authors inspire you?
Well other than you I would have to say Lindsay Avalon, Rebecca Jane Lynch and Jennifer Blaney because each of you have kept working on your books and getting more and more ideas and I hope I can do the same.
I'm flattered. :) Are you a plotter or, panster when your writing?
I am a little of both because, though I know what is going to happen in the book I sometimes get an idea and change it.
What types of books do you like to read?
I am kind of weird because I like to read cookbooks but I also like to read manga and different magazines.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Well, I like to spend time with my friends, family and girlfriend, Listen/sing and dance to music, Make web shows, surf the web and play video games.
Where is your favorite place to vacation?
Well, I have two. One is Philadelphia, PA because me and my mom went there on vacation a lot to see family. b\But, I also like Myrtle Beach, SC because I enjoyed spending time with my family and girlfriend seeing the beach, going to a sushi restaurant and just having so much fun.
Why did you choose to write fantasy?
Because it takes you to another world and I like being able to take people to new worlds that I create and letting them meet the characters that I've created.
What has been the most fun part about writing your book?
Just working on the fight scenes and being able to tell the story my way.
What has been the hardest scene for you to write?
Well, I would say the scene where the hero's parents and sensei get murdered by one of the sensei's students. I knew that they were going to be killed but. it was still hard for me to write.
Do you have a favorite character?
At one point I would say I did. But, right now all the characters are my favorite. The three that stand out though would be Jason Lee, Kaen the falcon beast spirit, and Aimi Tsubasa.
How did you come up with the premise for Falcon X?
Well, I was on vacation years ago and me and my cousin had just finished watching Spiderman 2 in the theater. On the way home I came up with my own hero named Falcon X. As I got older I started to work on a screenplay for the hero and I wanted the hero to have help on his goal to save the world being inspired by the Japanese Super Sentai/Kamen Rider series, Power Rangers, Sailor Moon, and a few other comic, anime and video game characters and series.
Will Falcon X be part of a series?
I wasn't sure at first but I think it will be. I thought about making a new team of heroes that would be on earth and would have to team up with the heroes from Falcon X like the Japanese Super Sentai v/s series so that may happen.
If you could have any magical power, what would it be? Why?
I would have to have the power to control the weather because that way if it was too hot I could make it snow and if someone made me mad I could either blow them away or zap them with lighting.
What advice would you give to new writers?
To never give up. It maybe hard and people may criticize your writing but you can't give up because someone didn't like what you wrote. For everyone that didn't like it there are a few that love what you wrote.
What's next for you?
Well I am hoping to finish Falcon X and then I am restarting my web show Tribal Talk and maybe I'll work on my next book.
Is there anything else you want your readers to know?
Well I want to thank all of my friends, family and fans for supporting me and I hope that you will check out Falcon X when it comes out and for fans of The Tribe I hope that you will check out my web show Tribal Talk.
Thank you so much for being here today Bryant. Its been a pleasure having you on the blog. Be sure to check out his latest book, Falcon X Coming to you where ever E-books are sold May 20th 2014!  
                                                                    Book Blurb:

 In the mystical land of Aniluna beast, spirit, and elements are one and the same. And, Jason Lee is just an ordinary guy. But, when an evil being is awakened who is bent on taking over Jason's home, he must become the hero known as Falcon X and save his world while at the same time, unlocking the secret of his destiny.

~ Meet Bryant A. Oliver ~

Author Bio:

Bryant Oliver is the author of  Starlight Memories a collection of poems and songs,  and is currently working on three books.  The poetry books Moonlight dreams light v/s dark more poems from the mind of Bryant Oliver and,  Celestial Visions.  He is also working on  the fantasy novel
Falcon X. He is also the creator and co creator of three web shows StrikefalconX’s Sound-off, Tribal Talk,  and Indie Tribe which he co created with his friend Luna Nightwyn. In his spare time Bryant loves to listen to music as well and sing and dance. He enjoys spending time with his friends and family but he also loves being a kid at heart. Bryant hopes that his books and the videos he creates will inspire others.

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Saturday, January 18, 2014

A Mate's Bite by Milly Taiden

                                                                Book blurb:
Mission: Don't fall in love
After an explosive night of passion during a scenting ceremony, Karla Alves is sure she was just a one night stand for the man she'd been crushing on for years. She teased him and pleased him, and Nate hasn't been around since. Her fear of becoming clingy kept her from risking her heart and asking for more than a few hours of skin sin.

Mission: Crack her walls
She. Is. His. Nathan Wolfe marked Karla. His mate. Deeply involved in pack politics, Nate has had to stay away. When his sister warns that Karla needs him more than he thinks, he'll discover a bundle of secrets only his wolf can sniff out. But getting the woman he cares about to let down her guard may prove to be his undoing.

Mission: Embrace the bite
With Karla's wayward sister wreaking havoc and friends needing more of his time than ever, Nate will have to rearrange his priorities if he ever hopes to earn Karla's trust. But will time with her be enough? Only true love and a wolf's promise can hold together a relationship created with a bite, a scenting, and a hope for tomorrow.

Mature reader warning: Adult content including but not limited to: Violence and raw sexual language and actions. Ages 18+
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                                                                    Meet Milly:
Milly Taiden (also writes as April Angel) writes sexy paranormal erotic romance. She was born in the prettiest part of the Caribbean known as the Dominican Republic. Currently, she resides in New York City with her husband, bossy young son and their little dog Speedy.
When she's not working full-time, texting with her best friend Heidi in England, chastising her son for pulling the dog's ears, shopping with her sister Jewel or watching scary movies with her husband, she can be found writing on her laptop. She's addicted to shoes, chocolate and Dunkin Donuts coffee.
Visit Milly's website. She loves to hear from her readers:

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Teasers from my current WIP The Maiden's Curse

Bryce could feel his life slipping away. It became harder to breathe, the deeper his body went. He should have listened to his father. "The storm was too dangerous." He had said. But, Bryce loved danger. He enjoyed the thrill of a good storm. This time though, was different. As he blacked out, and let the ocean take him, Bryce prayed that his father wouldn't blame himself...

 As she began to lose hope, the man coughed up the sea water, opened his eyes and looked at her. Before she could flee, he pulled her down and took her breath away as his lips found hers. She tried to pull herself away but, this man stirred foreign feelings in her that she never knew of. As their lips parted he smiled at her.
"So, who are you? And how did I get here?"
"I saved you from drowning. That is all you need to know fisherman."

The tide began to call to me. But, I wasn't ready to return to the sea just yet. I felt at home here on the island with Bryce. As if sensing what was happening, he took my hand and held me close.
"Cara, don't leave yet. We've only just begun."
"But, the sea is calling. I can't fight it any longer."
"Then, allow me to bury you're seal coat. I promise not to use you. Your the one I've been searching for. I love you."

As he kissed me my heart seemed to flutter. I've never known such passion. He stirred things in me that I've never felt before. It was as if he was my rock and, I was his anchor. With just one touch he had a way of making my entire body shiver in anticipation of the pleasures he could give me. As the kiss ended he leaned in to me and said, " Cara, have you ever had sex on the beach?"
I shivered and shook my head.
He smiled playfully.

"Well, then let me give you a demonstration."
As I sat with Bryce as the tide was rolling in it suddenly donned on me that if I had to choose the sea over him, I'd choose him. He was everything that I could ever want. But, soon my father would come for me. He would force me to go back. To merry my betrothed. But, that isn't the life that I want. I want to be free to choose who I love. Maybe, my father would see reason.
Bryce held me close and kissed my forehead.
"You're pretty quiet tonight Cara. Is everything okay?"
"Yes, I'm just enjoying the time that I have with you. Thank you for today."
"Your not planning on leaving me anytime soon, are you?"
"I'm just wondering if this is real. Am I dreaming you up?"
"I'm as real as you are. This isn't a dream. Its real."