Thank you to Hearts on Fire for having me today. They asked me the question “How do I think shifters would be treated in our society today?”
I would hope they’d be treated just like everyone else. If they’ve been living amongst us all this time, then they’ve been going about their days just like everyone else, working, paying taxes, raising families. Why should any of that change just because they can do something I can’t? I know that’s probably naive of me, but I’d like to be able to have faith in my fellow man. Even if that faith … Continue reading
TITLE: Reclaiming Hope
SERIES: Home for Hope #3
AUTHOR: Shell Taylor
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
COVER ARTIST: L.C. Chase
LENGTH: 210 Pages
RELEASE DATE: October 14, 2016
BLURB: Sequel to Resurrecting Hope
Home for Hope: Book Three
Four years ago, Kollin Haverty’s best friend, Riley Meadows, dropped off the face of the earth. When he shows up out of the blue, armed with a flimsy excuse … Continue reading
Sebastian & Owen
Storming Love: Tsunami (Book #3)
by Nic Starr
Sebastian & Owen is book #3 in the Storming Love: Tsunami series from MLR Press. Three authors each contributed a story about a couple facing the same tsunami event.
This book can be read standalone.
Owen’s eagerness to win Sebastian back turns to desperation as a tsunami threatens to tear them apart.
The last twelve months have been hard on Owen Hewitt and even tougher on his relationship. For six … Continue reading
It is such a huge pleasure to not only be back as a guest here on Hearts On Fire Reviews, but to be able to introduce you to the third release in my Wolf series, Wolf, in League. It feels like I’ve been waiting forever to welcome these new characters into the fray taking place in Wolf, but I’m hoping it will be worth the wait. Doctor Matthew Dietrich and Doctor Gavin Strauss have definitely taken their … Continue reading
When north meets south, sparks fly.
Adrian is a student from a northern college transferring to Georgia Tech. Used to seeing snowmobiles outnumbering the cars on campus, Adrian finds himself living in a state hotter than hell and feeling completely lost in the heart of Atlanta. A chance encounter introduces him to Davis who Adrian knows is trouble, but can’t help falling for.
Davis is the picture of big man on campus and oozes with confidence, at least until he meets … Continue reading
Opposites is now available on Audiobook Written by T.M. Smith Narrated by Greg Boudreaux
In the year 2081, our planet survived global
warming on an apocalyptic scale. When the dust settled and the water receded,
Dr. Anthony Smith, one of only a few hundred survivors of GWI, started society
anew. Having come to the conclusion that injudicious breeding played a huge
role in the destruction of Earth as we knew it in the twenty … Continue reading
I love horror movies, but typically not the ones other people do. I’ve got a love affair with movies about possessions and demons. The ones that have the child crawling on the ceiling or speaking in tongues are my favorites. Which, really, is pretty much all of them. I like the creepy movies, the ones that make me uncomfortable, or the ones that deal with some kind of psychological terror. I’m not much into torture movies and I will not … Continue reading
A huge thank you to Hearts on Fire Reviews for having me on the blog today. My new release, Werewolf’s Tale and a Druid’s Sword, came out on August 31st. It’s the second book in the I.O.N. series and so far, my favorite book of the series… although, I’m in the process of writing book three so the favorite status may change. ;-D
Writing guest posts for this blog tour was sort of daunting. Everything I wanted … Continue reading
Downtown: Then and Now
Even though the United States is such a young country, many cities and towns in America have preserved their older sections to make areas marked as Old Town. This is particularly prevalent in the West where Gold Rush-era buildings and streets abound.
When writing my descriptions of Stone Acres CA’s Old Town, which includes Bandy’s Finest Hotel in Relative Best, I relied on my memories of walking around these places to give readers a clear image of the town.
An interview with Vegas West
Joey Jameson: Hi there, today I am lucky enough to be able to sit down with the ever-in-demand Vegas West and get him to answer some of the dirty little questions that our listeners have been sending in. And let me tell you, they’ve been coming in by the bucket load! So let’s get started. How are you tonight, Mister West?
Vegas: Please, call me Vegas.
Joey: Sorry. Vegas. Thanks for coming tonight.
Vegas: … Continue reading