Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
The second episode in The Monster Mash Halloween edition novella is ready! Bernard is due to report to work on the night of the full moon to bus The Tavern for the annual Monster Mash. Anxiety sets in as he realizes he's going to have to juggle his work and his approaching shift accordingly so that no one in Smalltown becomes a casualty to the feeding frenzy.
This title is not erotic though it does have a mild sexually explicit scene. This tale is more of a paranormal horror.
Stay tuned for the download links late tomorrow.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
I truly enjoyed reading this book from beginning to end. It was full of action and information that I didn't want to put it down. She is a talented author and I highly recommend her story. Her relationship with Zee is captivating. The transition between past and present was executed smoothly. Get your copy and read for yourself.
Purchase Links: Amazon.com -
http://www.amazon.com/Hunters-Demon-Book-1-ebook/dp/B00NLRMJ5S/ref=sr_1_7?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1411466472&sr=1-7&keywords=huntersAmazon.co.uk - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hunters-Demon-Book-1-ebook/dp/B00NLRMJ5S/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1411466580&sr=1-1Createspace: https://www.createspace.com/4652900 About the Author: Aoife Marie Sheridan has loved reading from a very young age, starting off with mills and boon's books, given to by her grandmother her love for romances grew, by the age of 14 she had read hundreds of them. Aoife had a passion for writing poetry or in her eyes her journal entries. It was something she did throughout her teens and into her twenties. Aoife won first place for two of her poems and had them published at a young age of just nineteen. Realising she needed to get a real job (What writing isn't) she studied accountancy and qualified working in that field for many years, until her passion for reading returned and she found Maria V Snyder. Poison study one of her favourite books has been read and re-read countless times. Aoife's first book Eden Forest (Part one of the Saskia Trilogy) came to be after a dream of a man and woman on a black horse jumping through a wall of fire and the idea of Saskia was born. Now with her first novel published and taking first place for Eden Forest with Writers Got Talent 2013, Aoife continues to write tales of fantasy and is currently working on her third book for the Saskia Trilogy amongst other new works. To contact Aoife you can email her at email@example.com Website: www.aoifemariesheridan.com
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Friday, October 17, 2014
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Monday, October 13, 2014
Over whelming winding paths,
Leading me away from broken past.
but still running towards a new frame of mind.
Winding paths begin to straighten,
My humbled soul begins to strengthen.
The voice inside me loud and proud,
The voice that screams out the time is now.
One step at a time the path is rough,
But I learned that each step is a step enough.
As long as my feet are moving and the path is swooning,
I AM Success.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Not sure if I posted the link to download In Death and Desire via Amazon Kindle. Read, Enjoy, and Review!
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
As writers we put our imaginations in all sorts of questionable situations. Every time a character is killed off in a story we are essentially imaginatively plotting out their death. I myself have put my characters in situations that would make anyone uncomfortable. I've been told that my choice to include these situations have left a few of my readers with such a bad taste in their mouths that they refused to read any further. Of course this was discouraging at first, but after some time I no longer felt shamed or embarrassed. Why should I censor the way I envisioned this book for a few critics who did not have a taste for this kind of writing? Writing about rape was not an easy task. As a former victim of sexual abuse I had to step away from my own feelings so that the readers could not detect my own bias and could only interpret the characters feelings. I felt in order for my story to make senses the way it had in my head then it was absolutely necessary to walk the thin line of 'too much'. Does it make me a rapist? Does it mean I should be investigated for potential sexual crimes? These questions are absolutely ludicrous! Any good writer thinks, imagines, and creates vividly with no biases. I applaud Hilary Mantel's bravely as she shamelessly explains her thought process behind her latest book and enjoying the line as she walks it.
Yes, everyone has a right to their own opinions. Don't like it. Don't read it. Simple. No author should have to be censored or bashed for having an open mind, and the courage to openly share their gift. While critics on Twitter question The Guardian's choice to promote Mantel's book; I congratulate them for making a path for uncensored, unbiased, and nonjudgmental promoting.
"...the horrible surmise that those whom the rest call mad have, all along, been the only people who see the see the world as it really is."