Monthly Archives: March 2011

Cross Eyed Authors

Whether you have met one of us or not, it is well known amongst our ranks that promotions can take more time than the actual writing of our work. With the advent of digital media and the social networking scene, … Continue reading

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Romantic Times Book Lovers Convention Set to Storm L.A.

All Images on ‘Romantic Times Book Lovers Convention…’ By C London April 6th through 10th, 2011 hundreds of romance authors, editors, agents, librarians, bookstore owners, other industry professional and thousands of readers will gather at the classy bronze glassed cylinders … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday Going Hog Wild

Hi all and thanks for stopping by. 🙂 Today I thought I’d give you a peak into my June release and spin off of Shadows Steal The Light—HOG WILD. Sexy, erudite music promoter Kyle Matthews has just had his heart … Continue reading

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Battle: Los Angeles–Surprises in Store

Battle: Los Angeles–An action thriller about a global offensive initiated by unknown extraterrestrial hostiles. By the television adverts and posters one might rightly believe Battle: Los Angeles to be an early summer blockbuster release—lots of shoot ‘em up and action … Continue reading

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Hell Hath No Fury…A Six Sentence Sunday Woman Scorned

My first week of Six Sentence Sunday behind me, I re-enter the friendly waters with much less trepidation.(Lots more wonderful sixes to read through the home blog: http://sixsunday.blogspot.com/) Happy to hear so many of you enjoyed the six from Shadows … Continue reading

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Incredible Secrets of Nature

When millions of sardines turned up dead, clogging Redondo Beach’s King Harbor in Los Angeles with their silvery bodies, the world paused for a moment to wonder at the site. When the largest earthquake ever experienced in Japan devastated the … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday and Shadows Steal the Light

Book cover by Delilah K Stephans Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday–An opportunity to communicate through a thin slice of manuscript the feel of a time and place unique to one novel, one story. Obviously the moderators of this fantastic idea … Continue reading

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