Guest Author – S.I. Hayes

I love Will and S.i. too. Great job Vicroria.

Victoria Embers

Today S.I. Hayes is on my blog. She’s one of several authors in the vampire anthology, Vampires Romance to Rippers an Anthology of Risque Stories that I am also in and I’m happy to have her on my blog today.

Why an Anthology? 

So a short time ago, I saw a call out from a writer who calls herself Scarlette D’Noire, for an Anthology of Vampire Stories. The Premise was to gather a multitude of titles in the form of shorts, excerpts and essays all with the Vampire theme. At first I was reluctant, because I felt that YA groan in the pit of my stomach, as I often do since the popularity of the sparkling vampires. But when Scarlette informed me that there was to be a volume that included Erotica, my ears perked up and a grin cheshired across my face and I found myself seeking my writing…

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Oh, the Editing Process!

Michelle Muto

Ah! The writing process! As writers, we go through highs and lows when writing. We LOVE new ideas. We love the first days of working on something new. But after months of work, the revisions start. It’s when writers find major plot holes and issues. It’s when we start to have a love-hate relationship with the manuscript.

The past week, I’ve been rather cranky as I’ve gone over what I’ve written. I do it every time. I find something that upsets the balance of the book and am forced to go back and fix it.

While all my writer buds are happily blasting through thousands of words a day in NaNo, I’m pouring over chapters and ripping stuff apart and fixing things. This is how I felt about the current work in process last week – and probably how my characters felt about me:

That’s okay. Trust me, every writer…

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Sentinel Blog Tour!! *wipes eyes* with Giveaway!!

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Welcome to my stop for the Sentinel Blog tour!

I am so exctied to be a part of this tour because…duh! It’s Jennifer Armentrout:) But, it is also bitter-sweet.

I have adored this series from the very first book and cannot wait to read Sentinel!!

I may be making a MUCH NEEDED trip to Plymouth Meeting on November 16th to purchase my copy and get it signed by Jennifer:)

So without further ado…

I bring you Appollyon…..

9897164Fate isn’t something to mess with… and now, neither is Alex.

Alex has always feared two things: losing herself in the Awakening and being placed on the Elixir. But love has always been stronger than Fate, and Aiden St. Delphi is willing to make war on the gods—and Alex herself—to bring her back.

The gods have killed thousands and could destroy entire cities in their quest to stop Seth from taking Alex’s power…

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Tantalizing Tuesdays: CTG is J. D.

Hot, hot, HOT!

Bookish Temptations

Happy Tuesday peeps!!!!!!

Have you seen yesterday’s man candy madness by Tamie?! HOLY hotness!!!! So let’s continue to be awesome and check out my hottie for you today.

It just seems fitting to feature the new actor to portray as Christian Grey, The CEO, your CTG… James “Jamie” Dornan. For fuck sake!!! He’s IRISH! OH EM GEE… Sorry I just really have a soft spot with Irish men.;) He is an actor, model and musician according to he’s GQ’s and CK’s favorite endorser. Seriously, have you seen him on Once Upon A Time he is perfect! Works for me, really. Do I need to convince you?! OKAY.

So KEEP CALM and enjoy…

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Spotlight Author: Micheal Rivers

Tracy James Jones

Appalachia Mountain FolkloreAppalachia Mountain Folklore

The mountains of the Appalachia abound with tales of ghosts and mysterious places. Covering 16 counties, 40 spine-tingling stories will have you traveling the roads and paths of those who have walked before you and listening to their sorrowful tales. Along the way, visit The Hanging Tree in Cabarrus County, Battle Mansion in Buncombe County, Green River Plantation in Rutherford County, and the House on the Hill in Jackson County. Sit around the campfire and hear stories of lore about the legend of the Bald, the warning of the Hunter’s Moon, and the disappearance of an entire hunting party. Superstition, folklore, and the paranormal keep the spirits alive in the Appalachian region. Will you be the next one to visit with the ghosts of Cherohala?

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Micheal RiversAuthor bio:

Micheal Rivers, a native North Carolinian now resides in the…

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On Fire Today with the Hot Halloween Heroes Blog Hop


Victoria Embers

Welcome to the Hot Halloween Heroes Giveaway Hop!

October 29 – November 3 

Halloween is the perfect time to celebrate our favorite hot paranormal romance heroes and share them with others like you. With that in mind, we are hopping for Halloween and celebrating everything sexy about our Hot Heroes! They may be vampires and werewolves, angels and demons, gods and goddesses or any number of sexy shifters or other hot paranormal creatures.

Special thanks to Felicity Heaton and Indie Romance Books for hosting this blog hop! Check out my HOT excerpt and then find out about the Giveaways. Enjoy!


The following excerpt is from Conquest (My Vampire Lover #1) – FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY. Learn more below.

“Take me please,” I demanded, glaring up at the ceiling.  I slammed my arms into the bed, grabbing the satin sheets tightly in my grasp.  I arched my back upwards to him. …

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What Happens in Dallas Stays in Dallas — Except When There’s a Blogpost

No it doesn’t it gets blasted on our blogs.

Dionne Lister - Author

It’s been a long time between posts, and the guilt is almost too much. Please, please forgive me … oh, what, you didn’t notice I was gone? Okay, (pouts out bottom lip in realisation that I’m not the centre of the universe). Even though you’re not that interested, I’ll tell you about my trip and book signing in Dallas Tex ass, ahem, Texas.

It had started off as me wanting to meet my American author friends and it turned into an amazing group-book-signing at Half Price Bookstore flagship store in Dallas and several nights of going to bed at 3 am, which was good because it meant no jet lag when I came home, as 3 am Dallas time is 7 pm Sydney time.

Dallas was full of friendly people, although they tend to drive on the wrong side of the road and it was rather frightening. And I felt…

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