Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Additional Scene from THE GIFTED, a Contemporary Sci-Fi Romance by Linda Mooney

Posted by: Linda Mooney

This month, I'm offering up a FREE additional scene from THE GIFTED, a Contemporary Sci-Fi Romance
!

Robin takes great care to note what Sah'Reena eats and drinks. Because of her alien metabolism, some foods humans take for granted can be toxic for her. In spite of the inherent dangers, she's always willing to try new things. 

It's when they're invited to a business dinner party that they discover that some toxicities aren't always deadly. In fact, some can be quite...sexy.


Monday, July 26, 2021

HERE BE NEWS for Monday July 26, 2021

Posted by: PG Forte

 

                            


Monday July 26, 2021 

Welcome to HERE BE NEWS, where each monday we bring you all the latest from the fantasy romance authors at Here Be Magic:




Tuesday July 20th: Author Deborah Bailey shares some interesting websites for writing research

              


Love's Curse
A Paranormal Romance Collection


The heart is treacherous. Love is cursed. Dive into this collection of paranormal romance to find loves strong enough to break the veil between realms.

NOTE: by downloading this collection you are agreeing to sign up for the mailing lists of the participating authors:

Mandy Melanson, Elle Ryan, Lisa Wood, Helena Novak, PG Forte, Angelique Jordonna, Mira Kane, Dusty Grein, AJ Mullican, Rhetoric Askew, LLC

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Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Interesting Websites for Writing Research

Posted by: Deborah A Bailey

 Lots of writers get asked where they get their ideas. In my experience they come to me from various places. One thing leads to another, and I get an idea for a potential story. Usually I'll write them down someplace - with the hope that I can find my notes again when I need them! 

But often when I'm looking for a specific thing online, I end up finding a lot of other interesting things. That's why online research can end up taking much more time than I've planned. I start looking for one thing, then end up in a completely different place.

In my internet searches, I've come across a few interesting sites. 

Messy Nessy's Cabinet of Chic Curiosities

Run by a blogger named Vanessa, and her small team, most of it is free to read. Other parts of the site require a membership to access. It's entertaining, quirky and loaded with topics that you might have wondered about, but didn't know who to ask. It covers things from history to pop culture, to food, fashion and topics that are hard to characterize. 

Topics include things like:

"How Humans Have Toyed with Time'

"How did the Heart Become the Symbol of Love anyway?"

"A Bewitching Compendium of Victorians Letting their Hair Down"

Even if you're not necessarily looking for story ideas, it's a fun place to pass the time. 

https://www.messynessychic.com/


Atlas Obscura

Described as "the definitive guide to the world’s hidden wonders," there's also a Gastro Obscura section covering food and cooking topics. 

The site includes courses, travel opportunities and stories about local attractions in various countries. 

Topics include things like:

"How a Canadian Beekeeper Breeds New Queens"

"Bake Victory Cake, the Simple, Inspiring Treat of Wartime America"

Similar to Messy Nessy, it features articles and items of interest that you may have wondered about. The items about international cultural spots and places of interest are especially fascinating. 

https://www.atlasobscura.com/


Fairytalez.com

Described as "the largest collection of fairy tales, folk tales, and fables online," it's been my go-to place for information and ideas about fairy tales. In fact there's so much information it's easy to get lost on the site and fall down the rabbit hole (pun intended). 

https://fairytalez.com/


Writing the Other

Described as a place to "learn to write characters very different than you sensitively and convincingly" the site offers classes and resources for writers, teachers and students. Certainly an excellent place to start any research when writing about people who have different experiences. There's also a book available in addition to videos and podcasts. 

https://writingtheother.com/

Other sites that I've used for research include Pinterest (a good place to keep track of information I've found and books to read), family or baby name sites (to get inspiration for character names) and Wikepedia. And yes, I know that Wikipedia can be edited by anyone, but I usually use it to find posts about mythology or fantasy topics. And it's also a great source when I want to read about episodes on my favorite TV shows. :)

These are just a few of the sites I regularly check out, either for research or for reading up on obscure topics. If you have any favorites you'd like to share, please do! 











Monday, July 19, 2021

HERE BE NEWS for Monday July 19, 2021

Posted by: PG Forte

 

                            


Monday July 19, 2021 

Welcome to HERE BE NEWS, where each monday we bring you all the latest from the fantasy romance authors at Here Be Magic:

NEW RELEASES:


CALL TO ME
Contemporary SciFi/Fantasy Romance
by Linda Mooney
Word Count: 29.7K
$2.99 e / $9.99 p

Now in the Tennessee National Guard after serving in the military, Brix Rhodes and his team are called to assist the sheriff’s department and highway patrol after a sinkhole appears at the Kentucky-Tennessee border. Since losing his wife, Samra, in a car accident four months ago, he’s been left to raise their baby girl alone, but fortunately his dad is always there to help care for her while he’s away. Brix promises to return soon from this deployment, but he discovers that’s a promise he may not be able to keep.

After another cave-in, Brix is sent down into the sinkhole to attempt a rescue, and soon finds himself being rescued by…himself. There’s another Brix Rhodes. A Brix who is similar, and yet different from himself. What’s more, his beloved Samra exists here as well. She’s not dead, but she belongs to the other Brix. Is he in a parallel universe or some alternate reality? What is happening? Is he dreaming or delusional?

He has to get back to his own world and his baby daughter, but can he survive losing Samra a second time? His questions are answered when the other Brix makes that decision for him, and puts everyone’s lives at risk.

Warning! Contains pain medication, a loose helmet, gale-force winds, grief, lying by omission, a change of clothes, and two people getting a chance to correct their past in order to have a future together.

  EXCERPT AND BUY LINKS

 

            IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:

Be A Dork Day:  Author Maureen Bonatch talks about a fun holiday and links to some contests.
 
Tropes: Five Man Band and Smurfette: Author Nicole Luiken talks about the gender ratio in tropes like Five Man Band and Smurfette.
 


Thursday, July 15, 2021

Be a Dork Day

Posted by: Maureen

 By Maureen Bonatch 

 
July 15th? Where has this month gone already? I, for one, have no idea. For a moment in a conversation with my husband I realized that I didn’t even know what month it was. I blame it on too much time spent on the computer working at the day job, or escaping into the fiction worlds of my characters. 

Even though often the days rush by in a blur, I try to take a moment to cherish each day and consider it special on its own. 

I raised my head up out of the fog to wonder just what might be significant about July 15th? Although it seems that often when I seek out those quirky holiday calendars, the day in question has is represented in an unusual, or dorky, way. 

 Yes. July 15th is Be a Dork Day. 


Dork is a word I might’ve tossed around some in my youth, but not one that I can recall using anytime recently. Adjectives said to be associated with being a dork are odd, clumsy, ridiculous, awkward, silly, etc. 

But, in my opinion, there is someone for everyone. One person’s dork, is another’s prince charming. Or at least someone who makes you laugh, or if you’re the dork, then perhaps you can laugh at yourself. 

 Because Who Doesn’t Love to Laugh


I’ve always felt that laughter is the best medicine. I try to include humor into my everyday by watching humorous television shows or movies. You know the ones that you can watch again and again and still laugh. A few old favorites include: 

Television Shows 

  • Seinfeld 
  • King of Queens 
  • Mike and Molly 
  • Mama’s Family 
  • My Name is Earl 
  • Martin 

Movies 

  • Dodgeball 
  • Folks 
  • Her Alibi 
  • Stepbrothers 
  • Bridesmaids 
  • My Big Fat Greek Wedding 

I do love my comedy, so I kept the list short or I could go on for quite some time. I also enjoy reading and writing characters that make me laugh. Because what would life be if we were all serious all the time? Boring, if you ask me. 

 Embrace your inner dork today and be a little silly, or figure out what’s to love about those that you feel are awkward, clumsy or ridiculous. If someone asks you what’s going on, tell them it’s Be a Dork Day and invite them to join in on the silliness. 

 Guess what? July 15th is Also Give Something Away Day. 


 I have a few contests for you below where you can win something that’s being given away 


Enter Here for a chance to win Amazon Gift Cards.

Enter here for a chance to win the Charmed Cocktail Cozy Mystery Giveaway.


 Enter here for a chance to win the Peach Plains Paranormal Giveaway.


 Share Your Favorite Funny/Dorky Shows in The Comments



Just a small-town girl, Maureen Bonatch leads a double life. She lives in a magical world as a novelist, and as a nurse leader in reality. Maureen’s first novella was a paranormal romance published when blogs were a new-fangled thing. She’s since changed her focus to writing paranormal cozy mysteries as 

M.L. Bonatch and urban fantasy as Maureen Bonatch. 
While she’s not busy writing or doing nurse-things, she’s a mom to her twin daughters, bicycling in the beautiful woods of PA with her hubby, doing the bidding of a feisty Shih Tzu, and dancing as much as possible. She believes music can be paired with every mood, laughter is contagious, and that caffeine and wine are essential for survival. 


Follow M.L. Bonatch all through cyberspace- she's new in town and can use some friends!

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

New! CALL TO ME, a Contemporary Sci-Fi Romance by Linda Mooney

Posted by: Linda Mooney

New!

CALL TO ME
Contemporary SciFi/Fantasy Romance
by Linda Mooney
Word Count: 29.7K
$2.99 e / $9.99 p

Now in the Tennessee National Guard after serving in the military, Brix Rhodes and his team are called to assist the sheriff’s department and highway patrol after a sinkhole appears at the Kentucky-Tennessee border. Since losing his wife, Samra, in a car accident four months ago, he’s been left to raise their baby girl alone, but fortunately his dad is always there to help care for her while he’s away. Brix promises to return soon from this deployment, but he discovers that’s a promise he may not be able to keep.

After another cave-in, Brix is sent down into the sinkhole to attempt a rescue, and soon finds himself being rescued by…himself. There’s another Brix Rhodes. A Brix who is similar, and yet different from himself. What’s more, his beloved Samra exists here as well. She’s not dead, but she belongs to the other Brix. Is he in a parallel universe or some alternate reality? What is happening? Is he dreaming or delusional?

He has to get back to his own world and his baby daughter, but can he survive losing Samra a second time? His questions are answered when the other Brix makes that decision for him, and puts everyone’s lives at risk.

Warning! Contains pain medication, a loose helmet, gale-force winds, grief, lying by omission, a change of clothes, and two people getting a chance to correct their past in order to have a future together.

Excerpt and Buy Links

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Bring It Back(list) - UNDERSILVER, a Sci-Fi Romance by Linda Mooney

Posted by: Linda Mooney

UNDERSILVER
Sci-Fi Romance
by Linda Mooney
Word Count: 56.7K
$3.99 e / $9.99 p / $19.95 a
Narrated by Guy Veryzer
Length: 6 hrs, 20 min
Hear a Sample
 

The planet had secrets it never revealed, until it was too late.

Centuries ago, mankind's only hope for survival were the seven vessels specially fitted to send the last survivors of Earth to a planet named New Earth. Seven space ships that became floating cities once they landed on the water-only world teeming with edible seafood, as well as dangerous creatures.

Lt. Jace Novick, of the ship UnderPlatinum, is sent to sister ship UnderSilver to see if he can help find a possible solution to their growing problem. Food is beginning to run low, catches are scarcer, and the tension between ships is increasing as starvation becomes imminent.

Lt. Commander Rhone Derth has created a security device called wrap shields to protect Silver from repeated attacks by the planet's hostile monsters. But it seems the shields are also keeping the fish away as well. Jace believes he has an answer, but it means he and Rhone must work together despite Rhone's antagonism toward him, and the short time he's been allotted before he must return to his own ship.

Together, they try to discover a way to survive as the other vessels turn on each other in a desperate battle for the last of the dwindling food supply, not knowing that another, more malevolent being is watching them from the depths.

Warning! Contains loss of oxygen, vicious sea creatures, massive destruction, scientific theories, near-drowning, subsonic bursts, questionable seafood, alien artifacts, and two people trying to survive what could be the complete annihilation of their species.

Thursday, July 8, 2021

Tropes, Five Man Band & Smurfette

Posted by: Nicole Luiken

 Last night my daughter and I were talking about tropes, specifically the Five Man Band, which I'd never heard of before

(If you're not familiar with tropes, they are just recurring story ideas/patterns. For  example in the romance genre you have the Secret Baby trope, Fake Relationship, Enemies to Lovers, etc. In Fantasy you have the Chosen One or Artifact of Power trope. Everyone generally has favourite tropes and tropes they're bored with. I am a sucker for the Amnesia trope for instance.) There's a site tvtropes.org that lists many of them and provides  examples if you ever want to spend a fun hour clicking links.

The Five Man Band is based on a rock band team structure and consists of the Hero, The Lancer (a foil to the hero), The Smart Guy, the Big Guy, and the Chick (also known as the Heart). An example would be Star Wars with Luke as the Hero, Han Solo as the Lancer, Chewie as the Big Guy, Leia as the Chick and the Droids together as The Smart Guy. Whenever you're dealing with a group or team then it's easier for storytelling purposes to slot characters in a specific role. I get that, I do. What bothers me is the gender dynamics.

While there is no reason why you can't gender flip any of the above roles say to Heroine or Smart Girl or have a Heart that's a guy, all too often the default is to male. Somehow it's perfectly okay to have a ratio of four guys to one girl. As if women are all so identical that one can stand for all, but men are allowed to have personality.

There is another trope called Smurfette, which describes this, too. One lone female with a bunch of guys. If you're think, Oh, that was the 80s, it's still  quite prevalent today.

I especially hate to see it in children's movie such as Rise of the Guardians or Madagascar.

And because I have seen this on TV in movies and in books for my entire life, I have sometimes caught myself doing this, too. Right now I have a fantasy book about a queen in a patriarchal society. She has four male regents and they each have a male candidate that they want her to marry. When I went to revise this after a long hiatus (eight years LOL) I was appalled to discover how few female characters I had. I managed to shoehorn in a few more, but it still skews heavily male.

Since then, for every book I write, I make a list of female and male characters and try to make it 50/50 representation. This means a lot of not automatically making walk-on roles such as a cop or a guard or a lawyer male, as well as balancing larger roles.

Now if we could just convince Hollywood to do it, too...



Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Additional Scene from STONE, an Urban Fantasy Romance by Linda Mooney

Posted by: Linda Mooney

This month, I'm offering up a FREE additional scene from STONE, an Urban Fantasy Romance
!

Brielle awakens to find Garenth has returned to the underground dig where he was first discovered in his gargoyle form by her uncle. He is on a personal mission, and only her love will allow him to succeed.




Monday, June 28, 2021

HERE BE NEWS for Monday June 28, 2021

Posted by: PG Forte

 

                            


Monday June 28, 2021 

Welcome to HERE BE NEWS, where each monday we bring you all the latest from the fantasy romance authors at Here Be Magic:



Tuesday June 22, 2021: Deborah A Bailey discusses what she likes about fairy tale re-tellings.

Thursday June 24, 2021: PG talks about revisiting an older series.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Sometimes You Can Go Home Again.

Posted by: PG Forte

 There was a reason I was scheduled to post today. I had a post in mind, a plan, a holiday connection--it's all gone in the whirlwind of overwhelm that has been June 2021.

So, instead you get this post: a peek into part of what has made the second half of June so profoundly  discombobulated--well, besides the specter of possibly having to move again, but let's not get into that. 

I've spent the last two weeks revisiting Oberon--my very first series--which I unpublished a few years back and am now in the process of readying for re-release. Specifically, I've been writing one of two new Christmas stories to be set in Oberon, and carving a new Halloween short story from my existing Halloween-set novel. 

There's nothing really new about the Halloween story, other than some deeper insights into Cara's character and motivation, but I'm hoping it will entice readers into checking out Visions Before Midnight when it becomes available (hopefully) later this year.

It's been so much fun to return to this series. For me, it really is like going home again. So here's a sneak peek at the two stories releasing this year, and a couple of other freebies, that you can access right now.



Only the Lonely 
An Oberon Halloween Story 

 Cara Matthews is trouble—with a capital T. That's one thing that pretty much everyone in Oberon can agree on—parents, teachers, other students, her on-again-off-again boyfriend, Seth Cavanaugh. 

 Well, if you give a dog a bad name he—or she—will probably live up to it, right? 

 This Halloween, after one insult too many, Cara's hellbent on wreaking revenge—no matter who gets hurt in the process, or even killed.




I'll Be Home for Christmas
An Oberon Christmas Story

All Scout wants this holiday season is to get home in time for Christmas. But when your home is in quirky little Oberon, California, nothing is ever that simple

It’s the night before Christmas and Scout Patterson is flying home to Oberon after a business trip to LA when a chance, mid-air meeting with an angel has her dreaming of a weird Christmas—one in which she sees exactly how life might have gone on without her. 

Scout has A Wonderful Life in Oberon. She has people who love her, but no one who actually needs her. Or so she thinks, until a chance encounter shows her what life in Oberon could have been like had she never come home.






Such Fleeting Pleasures
 An Oberon Prequel Novella 

 Lucy and Dan Cavanaugh have one of Oberon's hottest marriages. But it wasn't all strawberries and cream for the pair...or was it?  

In this Oberon series prequel, we travel back in time to see how their love story began. 

 Such Fleeting Pleasures will ONLY be available as a free download to members of my readers group. Get it NOW when you sign up:







Going Back To Oberon 
A Very Short Story 

This story started out as a feature on Cabin Goddess’s “Fourth Wall Friday” blog; in which authors were invited to put themselves into a scene were they interacted with their characters. 

I had a great deal of fun imagining myself returning to the scene of my very first series. It started me thinking about all the stories I hadn't told yet. And it really motivated me to start getting some of those ideas out there.

You can download your free copy here:https://claims.prolificworks.com/free/tFfHiT3M



And now, for something completely unrelated:

I just wanted to remind everyone that there's still time to sign up for Love's Curse--but not very much. It disappears at the end of the month. Ya snooze, ya lose....



Love's Curse
 
A Paranormal Romance Collection 

The heart is treacherous. Love is cursed. Dive into this collection of paranormal romance to find loves strong enough to break the veil between realms. 

 NOTE: by downloading this collection you are agreeing to sign up for the mailing lists of the participating authors: Mandy Melanson, Elle Ryan, Lisa Wood, Helena Novak, PG Forte, Angelique Jordonna, Mira Kane, Dusty Grein, AJ Mullican, Rhetoric Askew, LLC ​

 Get your FREE copy HERE!

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Five Things I Like About Fairy Tale Retellings

Posted by: Deborah A Bailey

 When I started to write my Once Upon A Princess series, I researched some of the common fairy tales like Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast. What I found was the original stories were not like the versions we might be more familiar with. Most stories were much darker and a HEA was not assured. 

That made me realize that even though they might seem very simple, those stories are anything but. And they're not only for children's enjoyment. Many of them are more unsettling than heartwarming. They're filled with character archetypes and life lessons - which explains why they continue to be popular. 

Here are five things that I like about reading (and writing) them,

1. As I mentioned, they have life lessons. Stories can show what happens when people are self-centered or cruel, or what their good deeds can accomplish. There's a lot to learn about how to show up and make your way in the world.

2. The characters aren't perfect. They have conflicts and make mistakes. But that's why we root for the character to get through the obstacles and win in the end. In the original stories they don't always win out (unfortunately) but of course if an author is retelling the story, they can create a different ending. 

3. There's magic involved. This is what moves the story out of the everyday and into something unpredictable. Different rules apply so you can't be sure how events will unfold. There are creatures who don't exist in the "normal" world so literally anything can happen. 

4. They can be interpreted in different ways. I was quite surprised to find how fairy tales originated and why. For instance, one reason for Beauty and the Beast was to show how a young bride-to-be might not know what type of husband she was marrying. A version of the story from 18th century France was written with that idea in mind. In some cultures the "beast" was the bride and there were other  meanings behind those stories. My biggest surprise was reading about the origins of Sleeping Beauty. I'll just say that it had very little to do with the Disney version!

5. There's transformation. This is probably my favorite part. Characters have the potential to change from one form to another, usually with the help (or hindrance) of magic. The beast becomes a man again, the mermaid becomes human or the puppet becomes a boy. Through change they often have very hard lessons. But that's what readers can relate to because that's also how real life works. 

Just as there are countless fairy tales and folk tales, there will always be new ways to retell those stories. I think that's why those stories will always be popular with readers and writers. 

If you'd like to check out my Once Upon A Princess Trio, which includes three paranormal romance novellas, it's available at most online booksellers: https://books2read.com/u/4Dg5xA



Monday, June 21, 2021

HERE BE NEWS for Monday June 21, 2021

Posted by: PG Forte

 

                            


Monday June 21, 2021 

Welcome to HERE BE NEWS, where each monday we bring you all the latest from the fantasy romance authors at Here Be Magic:



Thursday June 17, 2021Maureen Bonatch discusses our new 'new normal.'

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Another New Normal

Posted by: Maureen

 

By Maureen Bonatch

I’ve recently went into a few places without wearing a mask. It was liberating…and discomforting. Masks have become the normal in our everyday life. Something that most of us would never have anticipated. Now our normal is shifting once again. Most of us hope that things will ‘go back to normal’, but our new normal may be slightly different than the one before 2020. 
Scruff wondering if he needs to wear a mask or not to go outside.


 I often think if we could’ve had a sneak peek into the year 2020 without the backstory and saw most of the world shut down and wearing masks that we would’ve believed it. It seemed way too much like a fiction story. And although I love a good fiction story, I really don’t care to live one. 

 Speaking of Fiction 


I love writing and reading fantasy and paranormal stories. If you’re here, I would assume that you enjoy them too. As a reader I want to become immersed in the world and believe that magic is possible. That somehow, something that is foreign to our world, makes complete sense in the story. That it wouldn’t be unusual to run into a variety of paranormal beings in the course of a normal day. 

 As a writer, I have to make that happen. It can be a challenge to create an imaginary world that is real to the reader. Luckily, it’s a challenge I enjoy. For me, I find that first and foremost, the heroine has to convince me of this new reality. I’ll come back to that world again and again if I’m wondering how that heroine is faring and then I get to learn more about her world. 

The Last Year has been a Mystery 

If you’re looking for a great escape from the worries of your reality, the first story in the Charmed Cocktail Series is available for preorder in the When the Cat’s Away boxset. You’ll get my story, Curses, Cats & Corpses, along with ten more cozy mysteries. 



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 If you like my story, you can preorder the next books in the series by clicking right here. 

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Just a small-town girl, Maureen Bonatch leads a double life. She lives in a magical world as a novelist, and as a nurse leader in reality. Maureen’s first novella was a paranormal romance published when blogs were a new-fangled thing. She’s since changed her focus to writing paranormal cozy mysteries as 

M.L. Bonatch and urban fantasy as Maureen Bonatch. 
While she’s not busy writing or doing nurse-things, she’s a mom to her twin daughters, bicycling in the beautiful woods of PA with her hubby, doing the bidding of a feisty Shih Tzu, and dancing as much as possible. She believes music can be paired with every mood, laughter is contagious, and that caffeine and wine are essential for survival. 


Follow M.L. Bonatch all through cyberspace- she's new in town and can use some friends!

Monday, June 14, 2021

HERE BE NEWS for Monday June 14, 2021

Posted by: PG Forte

 

                            


Monday June 14, 2021 

Welcome to HERE BE NEWS, where each monday we bring you all the latest from the fantasy romance authors at Here Be Magic:



Wednesday June 9, 2021: PG Forte  unveils a new cover for WiP-It 




Free paranormal ebooks through BookFunnel--only available through June!


NEVERWYLDE
The Rim of the World Series
Sensuous Sci-Fi Romance
by Linda Mooney

NOTE! This 6-book series is complete! The first 3 books are also available in audio book format, with the rest of the series soon to be finished.

Two species, bitter enemies, are determined to destroy each other, until they realize they need one another to survive a major catastrophe.

As they race through a nebulous space anomaly in the midst of battle, the Terrans and Seneecians are blown through a wormhole to crash land on an uncharted world. A half world. A world containing the remains of a long-dead civilization.

Lt. Kelen Chambliss knows she has no reason to trust the furred, humanoid creatures, but she and her crew members cannot survive without their help, and the Seneecians cannot survive without theirs. Neither can she ignore the fearsome-looking one called Kyber, with his wicked talons and piercing green eyes.

As they slowly come to realize there is no escape or forthcoming rescue from the barren planet, Kelen learns there is much about the enemy she never knew. Including the fact that Kyber's formidable appearance hides a strong, brave, and caring heart.

Warning! Contains glowing glyphs, blue pancakes, eye worms, endless tunnels, and two people of different species daring to take their last and only chance at love.

Excerpt and Buy Links



Saturday, June 12, 2021

Bring It Back(list) - NEVERWYLDE, The Rim of the World Series

Posted by: Linda Mooney

NEVERWYLDE
The Rim of the World Series
Sensuous Sci-Fi Romance
by Linda Mooney

NOTE! This 6-book series is complete! The first 3 books are also available in audio book format, with the rest of the series soon to be finished.

Two species, bitter enemies, are determined to destroy each other, until they realize they need one another to survive a major catastrophe.

As they race through a nebulous space anomaly in the midst of battle, the Terrans and Seneecians are blown through a wormhole to crash land on an uncharted world. A half world. A world containing the remains of a long-dead civilization.

Lt. Kelen Chambliss knows she has no reason to trust the furred, humanoid creatures, but she and her crew members cannot survive without their help, and the Seneecians cannot survive without theirs. Neither can she ignore the fearsome-looking one called Kyber, with his wicked talons and piercing green eyes.

As they slowly come to realize there is no escape or forthcoming rescue from the barren planet, Kelen learns there is much about the enemy she never knew. Including the fact that Kyber's formidable appearance hides a strong, brave, and caring heart.

Warning! Contains glowing glyphs, blue pancakes, eye worms, endless tunnels, and two people of different species daring to take their last and only chance at love.

Excerpt and Buy Links



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