Anne Rice’s assistant, Becket, has written his own vampire tale titled The Blood Vivicanti: Part 1. The book features characters and concepts by both Becket and Anne, and slated to be released as a six-part series.
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Will you go to hell with Alex Laybourne? Don’t worry; you’ll come back in one piece! Read his latest novel Highway To Hell.
After spending the summer more focused on his day job and marketing existing books, Michael Angarola has begun work on finishing two in-progress books in the Gracie’s Italian Living series. One is an Italian travel guide and the other is an interactive recipe book adding a “look over my shoulder, as I make this dish” component. He is also working with adding links and video that will keep the reader engaged and hopefully interested in the series’ earlier books.
Swimming Upstream author Ruth Mancini was recently interviewed on BBC Radio. You can listen to the entire interview at this link.
If you like your thrillers dark and gritty, with edgy plots and complex characters – you’ll love Amazon bestseller Stealing Power by Bo Brennan. This powerful psychological crime novel is an edge of your seat serial killer thriller. Guaranteed to get your heart racing and your blood pumping.
Kristal McKerrington’s latest erotica book Fighting For Love has garnered good reviews thus far, averaging 3.5 stars. Go here to read one of the reviews.
Many thanks to Russell Streur for posting Pamela Hill’s story, The Sassafras Tree, at The Camel Saloon. He says the Saloon welcomes all travelers.
Sally Bosco had a short story accepted for the Cellar Door horror anthology. The title of her story is is What Grows In Between.