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What is your book about?
Blood Prophecy: The Fated Three is a three part novel of magic, love, vampires and betrayal. Three young women discover they are bound together by fate and must band together in order to save the world from darkness.
Tell us a little about your main characters. Who was your favorite? Why?
Selene Giovanni is the first character we are introduced to; she is a strong and independent young woman with a sad and complicated past. Selene is the most powerful of the three young women and the leader. Aynia is the youngest ‘enchantress’ with the power of post-cognition; she also has the power of biokinesis. Her abilities are already very strong and there are several twists and turns within her life. The final protagonist, Lalinn, is a seer; she has the power to see the past, present and future.
Lalinn is my favourite character; she…
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This morning’s cup of Jo is a light roast with all of the caffeine molecules still in tact. I’m awake more now. Enjoy.
Repent all ye sinners – the end is nigh! National Geographic’s doomsday clock leaves you with one day to get all of those last minute chores done. Like storming sacred mountains in France, where the zombies can’t to get at you, and the precise geographical location won’t let any nasty ash in after everything else blows up. I went outside first thing this morning, as you do, and looked to the southern horizon to see if Niburu had arrived yet, and was looming menacingly in the sky. It wasn’t. Neither was there a terrifying bristle of alien spaceships whose occupants were busily getting their stock pots out, and sharing recipes for sautéed human. All was tranquil. It’s probably all in the timing, and I shouldn’t be expecting warnings of what will happen tomorrow, around elevenish.
I’m really amazed at how gullible we are as a species. I’m not being…
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This was a little surprise that crossed my radar screen yesterday. Apparently, Pocket Books has decided to start collecting different Star Trek novels into e-Book omnibus editions. Among the initial offerings will be David Mack‘s Star Trek: Destiny trilogy in a single edition, and three recent Star Trek: Typhon Pact novels–Plagues of Night and Raise the Dawn by David R. George III, and Brinkmanship by Una McCormack–under the umbrella title The Khitomer Accords Saga. Mr. Mack’s trilogy is, essentially, the launching point for the current state of Star Trek novel continuity in the 24th century, whereas the second trio of books are good primers for The Fall, a five-book event coming later in 2013.
Then, there’s this:
Yep, this looks to be the first in a recurring series of collections featuring stories with Kirk and the gang from the original Enterprise. For those not in…
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Ghosts & Lovers: First Confession
by Aneesa Price
Ghosts and Lovers develops the character of Simone, a faithful housewife who is feeling somewhat neglected now that they moved to a place so her husband is away for work reasons more. She soon finds her attentions being serviced by a spiritual lover doing things that a preacher would probably use as evidence as to why he hasn’t gotten through the pearly gates. To get in one more praising pseudo spoiler let’s just say that if Anthony Perkins had treated Janet Leigh this way in Psycho she would have been scrambling to get back into the shower.
I recommend this work to the of age crowd.
I’m awake now. Thanks for that delicious cup of Jo.
We all know that nothing can ever be achieved without hard work. Of course there is that tiny portion of the world’s population who are born to wealth, or win the lottery, but it’s not a large percentage. There are also those with the odds so badly stacked against them, that success at anything other than staying alive is highly unlikely. Even that is pretty unlikely in far too many cases. Some have great talent, and use those talents to achieve great things. Apart from theft, murder for money or shady dealings, there are those who coldly stomp on anyone or anything in their way to get to their chosen destination. Even though this is probably hard work, it is still not cool, and most definitely the reason the world’s gone nuts. And the reason National Geographic had “3 Days To Go” on it’s countdown clock when I cast a…
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