For Her Pleasure by Angie Daniels

Originally posted on Authors to Watch:


For Her Pleasure (The Pleasure Series) by Angie Daniels

Love is the last thing on bar owner Mackenzie Boyd’s mind so when she propositions Ryan Young for sex, neither of them expected one night to spark a flaming affair. The only good thing is he doesn’t believe in commitment and has a 14-day rule. However as their time together draws to a close, Mackenzie finds her body and heart yearning for so much more.

The firefighter has been crazy about Mackenzie for years, but she’s his best friend’s cousin and completely off limits. However, there’s no way he can say no to an invitation to finally share her bed. Since the death of his wife, Ryan’s avoided committed relationships, but with Mackenzie, two weeks isn’t near enough. In fact, every day he’s with her has him wanting more. Can the two learn to trust again for the greatest love of…

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The Importance of Research–Part 2, An Article by Author Juliet B. Madison

Originally posted on Susan Finlay Writes:

I often hear from people who want to write a book but don’t know how or where to begin. Or from people who have already written a book that’s ready for publication but don’t know how to get it published. I recently began a new blog series, Writing and Publishing Tips From Authors Around the World, to help writers.


The twenty-first contributor, U.K. author Juliet B. Madison, is back with Part 2 of her article about the importance of research when writing.

THE IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCH or how to blind one star trolls with indisputably factual fiction – Part 2 by Juliet B. Madison

This is a continuation of the rather well received – even if I say so myself – article that I wrote for Susan Finlay’s blog. There were a few aspects of research that I did not get around to covering in the original article, which you…

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4 Simple Self-publishing tips

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:

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I’m starting today a weekend special on self-publishing, with four simple tips that can help you succeed.

When I self-published my first book, I was confident that I could easily put it forward, based on my professional career as web developer and marketeer.  I expected to sell hundreds of copies, which I now have – but only after a lot of hard work. It wasn’t as easy as I’d hoped, but neither as hard as many seem to think.

Since that fateful October day, when I hit the “publish” button on Amazon and giggled like a schoolgirl for the rest of the day, I have read hundreds of articles, blog posts and comments regarding book writing and promotion. I have also made it a priority to help my fellow Indie authors succeed in their new endeavour, in any way possible.

Thinking back on what I did right and…

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Book Spotlight: RSVP From Heaven by @MSaintLouisAZ #Paranormal #NewAge #books

Originally posted on Princess of the Light: Books, Writing and Inspiring Others:


Title: RSVP From Heaven

Author: Marie Saint-Louis

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Author Biography:

Marie Saint-Louis is a psychic medium with international cliental and a growing celebrity list. She has read at parties sponsored by major corporations and frequently appears at events and private parties around the Phoenix area and other cities. 

“My story all begins when I provided guidance and connected deceased loved ones for people at a radio station sponsored swap meet located in a casino parking lot. This was a challenge since I was battling social anxiety, lifelong depression, and rejection.  Just months earlier, I won a jackpot on a nickel slot machine and decided to bring my spiritual gifts to parties and events. The winnings allowed me to pay each event’s vendor fees to get started. I’ve never looked back since”. 

She believes…

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The 6 Most Sinister Villain Personalities – Crafting Villains #4

Originally posted on Sacha Black:

6 Sinister Villain Personalities

Some villains are just plain nuts, right? Wrong. On a serious note, whether its done consciously or not, I think there are some illnesses and mental disorders that often sit behind some of the greatest villains. Understanding these disorders and their sometimes comorbid nature allows us to create more authentic villains. I want to tread carefully here, I think it’s important to respect mental health and the sufferers, importantly, I am not suggesting people or characters with mental health issues are villains or antagonists, just that some of the great villains have these disorders.

There are some important lessons we can learn from these illnesses which can help us to being authenticity to our characters. Having an awareness of these disorders can give you insight, genuine reactions, and understanding of what the source of their conflict can be – which gives you more plot and more depth to your characters. 

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Got this email from a good friend…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:


*A woman in a hot air balloon realized she was lost. She reduced altitude and spotted a man below. She descended a bit more and shouted:* *

‘Excuse me, can you help me? I promised a friend I would meet him an hour ago but I don’t know where I am.’

The man below replied, ‘You’re in a hot air balloon hovering approximately 30 feet above the ground.* *You’re between 40 and 41 degrees north latitude and between 59 and 60 degrees west longitude.’

You must be an Engineer,’ said the balloonist.

‘I am,’ replied the man, ‘how did you know?’

Well,’ answered the balloonist, ‘everything you have told me is probably technically correct, but I’ve no idea what to make of your information and the fact is, I’m still lost. Frankly, you’ve not been much help at all. If anything, you’ve delayed my trip by your talk.’

The man…

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It’s Official. Jan Brigden – Star!

Originally posted on The Bingergread Cottage:

Coming to the Bingergread Cottage is another writer friend of mine from FB but I’ve baked an enormous cake because she has some really big news to share.

Welcome to the Cottage, Jan. Sit down and dig in, I’ll get you a cup of something. Ignore the dog, she’s very friendly but don’t give her cake, she’ll spit it out and leave it on the floor!

So, come on, spill the beans. What is your fab news?

Thanks so much for inviting me to the cottage, Ailsa. That cake is seriously impressive. Don’t mind if I do! And what a lovely dog!

Yes, Lily, she loves cuddles and meeting new people – takes after her mum!

As for my exciting news – well, on Saturday March 14th I discoveredthat I’d won the Choc Lit and Whole Story Audio Books Search for a Star Competition. To say I…

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KAI Presents… Kate Trinity!

Originally posted on Kev's Great Indie Authors:

Kev’s Author Interviews Presents: 

Kate Trinity

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Kev: What is your latest book about, Kate?

A wickedly good novel about magic, curses,witches, and demons. 

Born a witch Deanna knew she had powers,but not the extent of them. Her parents, and their coven, bound her to keepher safe from the demons that wanted to find her. But as her powers grew the bindings weakenedand they were found. She must be unbound quickly as only she hasthe power to fight off the demons. But what she discovers changes everything. Her place in this world is not as she thought.The time has come to make a decision and thelives of her family and their coven rest on it. 


It Is The Demon In Me is the first in a three partseries about Deanna and her family, their true bloodline.

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Book Lovers you won’t want to miss our 27th “Tidbit Tuesday” ******** Join Patrick O’Scheen Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at 9 AM

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A great way to discover new books and new authors, find free and discounted e-books and have a great afternoon of reading fun.

Authors drop by and share a SHORT EXCERPT –
(10 lines would be perfect to characterize your voice) and/or link to your excerpts and connect with new readers.

Because of the general audience please refrain from posting ANYTHING explicit in nature for this event.

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for writers and readers alike!

**ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS ANTHOLOGY GO TO MAP INTERNATIONAL** “The Best Thing I Never Had” an anthology featuring a story by Julia Mills

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For some, love is the reason they get up each day and take life by the horns. The knowledge that someone out there is made just for them inspires greatness each day. For others, it is another four-letter word tha tbrings forth bad memories and bouts of sadness. The past chases and plagues them.

it is a never ending series of learning experiences of the heart and soul. All who love are lucky because they are given an opportunity to learn not only about themselves but also about others through gain and loss. No relationship is perfect and not all last, but they all mean something and are worth it, if even for just one fleeting moment of joy.

not getting what you want opens your heart to what is waiting for you on the other side of the lessons. Within these pages, twelve brave souls open up their hearts and share their experiences so that others might learn that it is not the end of a relationship that defines you, but what you learn from that end.

not getting what you want can be the best thing for you.…/…/ref=asap_bc…

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