Book Review: Enchanted by Alethea Kontis

Several months ago, I brought Enchanted by Alethea Kontis in anticipation of reading shortly after I had the pleasure of meeting her at a Barnes N' Noble event in Orlando, Florida.  Needless to say that life intervened and I didn't crack open the book until this past week. I wish I hadn't waited so long. … Continue reading Book Review: Enchanted by Alethea Kontis

A New Day Another Page (April Page 19)

It seems like today is going to be a two page day since yesterday's page was published today by accident, sorry. A page a day and no excuses. Next month, I plan to continue this exercise until it becomes a habit and that habit become the next book. One thing I also need to do … Continue reading A New Day Another Page (April Page 19)

Book Review: The Eterna Files

Book Review: The Eterna Files by Leanna Renee Hieber. Available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and other retailers. Addicted. I am officially addicted to Leanna Renne Hieber's writing.   I have no problem with this addiction and intend to do nothing but feed it over the coming months. If you love reading, I would suggest … Continue reading Book Review: The Eterna Files

Shy Lu and the Book Signing

The hardest thing for people to believe about me is that I am actually shy. The powerful voice I use on the stage or in the classroom isn't a constant in my life. This evening, I had the great opportunity to listen to and meet with two fabulous ladies, Leanna Reneee Hieber and Alethea Kontis. … Continue reading Shy Lu and the Book Signing

Book Release Party – February 22nd

I am proud to announce that on Feb. 22nd from 1pm to 3pm at SMASH Comics in the Seminole Towne Center in Sanford, Florida. I will have some books available for signing as well as some freebies. Check out their Facebook page and show them some love. Blood Child is available on Amazon in both e-book and … Continue reading Book Release Party – February 22nd

Preview: Blood Child Chapter 3

Chapter 3 Atalik’s body, according to the county records, was interred on his estate in the family mausoleum. The magnificent mausoleum rivaled that of Heinrich Schliemann’s in Greece, shaped like a temple with marble columns and carved reliefs. It wasn’t an original part of the estate but had been built shortly after the property was … Continue reading Preview: Blood Child Chapter 3