Fantasy Focus: Heart of the Raven by Joleene Naylor

Today we are honoured to have Joleene Naylor, author of The Amaranthine vampire series, with us to talk about her book: Heart of the Raven An epic quest, an evil master and…vampires? Join Jorick and Katelina as they fight to keep a powerful relic from falling into the wrong hands…

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H.J. Lawson Giveaway

The very talented H.J. Lawson is offering a FREE giveaway of her new paranormal romance New Order. PLUS the chance to WIN a KINDLE FIRE! New Order is the first book in the Hidden Vampire Slayers series. They were born to fight. Created to win. But the question remains… Who’s the real enemy? When Sadie…

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A Matter of Death – excerpt

This week I have decided to give you a sneak preview of A Matter of Death, a short story available by joining my mailing list here. *** I kicked off my boots and stumbled to the bed, falling face down in a heap on top of the covers. My feet…

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The Knock

After a couple of weeks of some longer fiction, I am posting a much shorter piece for you this week, and at under 500 words, I think it may be the shortest yet. Although, I hope you still enjoy The Knock. *** Every night there is a knock at the…

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Thrice to Dream

This is a little longer than my usual flash fiction. It’s a short story called Thrice to Dream. *** ‘Oh, come on,’ I say when the car grinds to a stop in the traffic jam that blights my commute. The windscreen wipers judder and squeak through the shower of rain, and…

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Downfallen

This is a piece of flash-fiction I wrote some time ago. I had planned on sharing a different story with you today, but decided this one was more appropriate for the mood I am in. As the title suggests, this piece is called Downfallen. *** Ben sagged against the front…

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Fireworks

Well it’s Tuesday again, so here is another piece of flash-fiction for you. I hope you enjoy it. This one is called Fireworks. * When Celine opened the map, dust sprayed into the air and glittered in the moonlight like diamonds. Etched within, grids divided a blazing mass of stars,…

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