Otherworldly Creatures

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Beneath the Chapter 

by Jessica Walsh and Briana Lawrence

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Jessica Walsh: snowtigra@yahoo.com
Briana Lawrence: brichibi@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

Blurb:
Was this why? Was this the reason he’d told her to be quiet, because this needed to happen?

The middle of winter has given the residents of the warehouse plenty of time to mull over their last adventure. The Storyteller has been found, but has left behind only more questions and no real answers. Just when the group exhausts all of their resources, a new organization comes to the surface that could tie up all the loose threads.

Unfortunately, the Chapter isn’t what it appears to be, and the Hunters are now left to deal with a new threat that hits a little too close to home. What secrets is the Chapter hiding, and is it worth uncovering the truth?

The Hunters series is an urban supernatural adventure with several diverse characters that introduces a world hidden in the shadows of the Midwest.  Otherworldly creatures walk among us, and lives and stories will be changed with just the turn of a page.  The book is 340 pages and is due to be released on April 30th, 2016.  

Preorder Beneath the Chapter at:
http://www.amazon.com/Beneath-Chapter-Hunters-Book-2-ebook/dp/B01DW7MCFI

 

Purchase Seeking the Storyteller, the first book in the series at:

http://www.amazon.com/Seeking-Storyteller-Hunters-Jessica-Walsh/dp/1508901147/

 

Read a sample chapter of “Seeking the Storyteller”:

http://snowtigra.wix.com/jessicawalsh#!hunters-1-preview/c1ier

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Chasing Eva

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Chasing Eva

By: Camellia Hart

Genre: Romance, Contemporary

 

Author Camellia Hart’s debut contemporary romance novel about a man and a woman whose lives are about to get sizzling hot…

Chasing Eva coverAfter living through her share of disloyal relationships, Evangeline Avery will be damned if she lets another man cheat her. A beautiful and confident woman, Eva is the owner of an interior design firm at the brink of collapse. She swears to bring her company back to its past glory, even if it involves sweet talking the one man who caused this turmoil in the first place – Clive Stanton.

Notorious playboy Clive Stanton is a powerful businessman and a formidable enemy of many. He doesn’t do love, or at least not until he meets her again, fifteen years after he saw her last. Eva, his crush from teenage years, the one that got away, is back in his world and he is determined to do anything to make her his.

Will passion and lust bring them together or conflict and the unforgettable scars from their pasts forever tear them apart?

 

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Camellia Hart, a techie turned author of romance, lives in San Francisco with her husband, the love of her life. Other than writing her next romance novel, her hobbies include traveling, lazing on a beach with a good read, watching movies with happy endings while gorging on endless buckets of popcorn, red wine, and champagne truffles.
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How I Met Sally

CindyThis is how I met Sally.

Do a relaxation technique.

Find a comfortable spot where it is quiet and you will not be interrupted.

Close your eyes.

Take a deep breath through your nose and pretend your stomach is a balloon that you are filling up with air.  When your stomach/balloon is full, let it out slowly through your mouth.  Do this a few times until you feel yourself relax and your limbs are starting to go limp or you think you might fall asleep.

Now, imagine a peaceful place.  It could be a quiet park, a walk in the woods, standing on a beach, anywhere you like.  Imagine a gently breeze brushing across your face.  It could be warm or cool.  The sun could be shining, or it could be raining, or cloudy, or snowing, if your peaceful place is a winter mountain retreat.

Take a look around at your surroundings.  The peace and tranquility is very comforting.

Do you see a child?  If not, continue looking.  S/he has not found you yet and you have not found them.

When you see the child, how does the child react.  Does s/he walk up to you and tell you their name?  Do they hang back?  What are they doing?  What are they saying?  Is anyone with them or are they by themselves?

Approach your child and say hello.  Ask them their name and tell them yours.

Once you have connected, what are your doing?

Do the activity for a few moments, then explain to your inner child that you have to go because you have responsibilities and work to do.  Say good-bye to your inner child and let them know that you will be back and that they are welcome to visit anytime.

Open your eyes, and remember that when your inner child visits you or your visit your inner child, that you are the adult and that you are in charge.

Set some rules with your inner child.

Pam Young’s inner child is Nelly.  Pam met Nelly several years ago and both Pam and I would love for you to met your inner child and to get to know them better.

Now that Sally is awake, I must go have a talk with her about how I need to stop procrastinating and do the daily chores that I need to get done and to read all those books that I promised people I would read.

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“Some of those books are boring.”

“I know Sally, but I promised.”

“Some of the books are not well written.  And, you know that you stop reading if the story does not hold your interest.”

“I know Sally.  I must, however, be fair to the writers of those books.  They worked very hard to put their stories together for folks to read.”

“Some not hard enough!”

“That’s not fair, Sally.  They all did the best they could do.”

“If you say so.  I am just not totally convinced,” Sally said as she stomped off to her room.

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Confession

I have something to confess to my readers.  I have let my inner child get away with things that I normally would not allow her to get away with.

Whew!  There I said it.

I have known for a while now that something was just not right.  I have so much to do, yet not much gets done, other than work at my 40 hour week job-Sally knows she cannot interfere there.  Clean clothes are in the laundry basket waiting to be folded, the bed is not made–I just throw back the blankets and say ‘good enough.’  The carpet needs vacuuming and the furniture needs to be dusted.

The dining room table looks more like a sewing room table because it is cluttered with fabric and mail that I have put off looking at.  And, I have a large growing stack of books that need to be read and reviews written.

I have unfinished crochet projects and unfinished hand piece quilting projects in the den.  On the den floor are a few magazines, puzzle books and my laptop.

I look around and ask, “What is wrong with you?  You are the adult, not Sally.  So, why are you allowing her to get away with so many things?”

Meet my inner child…Sally.  Sally likes to play and not get her work at home done.  She would rather be outsideCindy, because after all, we have had unusual warm weather this winter and so far this spring.  The only thing that Sally does not like is all the wind and neither do I.  Yet, Sally has found places to play out of the wind.  She has played with the cats in the catio and the house, has colored some great pictures, watched some fun movies and is learning sign language.

If you are procrastinating, eating foods you vowed not to eat, shopping way to much and buying things you don’t need, then you probably haven’t met your inner child, yet.

We all have an inner child.  S/he is the one that lets us play.  S/he is the voice in our heads that answer when we think or speak out loud our thought…”I really shouldn’t eat that piece of chocolate.”  “Oh, go ahead,” replies the voice.  “One tiny piece won’t hurt and no one will ever know.”  That voice is your inner child.

 

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Wake Me Up

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Wake Me Up

By Justin Bog

Genre: Literary Fiction, Crime, Family Saga, LGBT

WakeMeUp_FinalEbookA FATHER IS HAUNTED BY HIS PAST — HIS WIFE LIVES HER LIFE IN A RIGID SHELL — THEIR SON, UNTETHERED, DISCOVERS THE SECRET THEY SHARE WITH DEEPIKA, A VISITOR TO THEIR TOWN.

“I see all of these people. They’re living and breathing and acting on their basest impulses. I lay in a coma. They live. I hover over all of them, all at once. I can see my body, motionless, wired up, adrift. And I can find out why this happened. This is my story and I won’t remember any of it when—if—I wake up. But I’ll try to remember—I’ll try damn hard.”

MIDDLETON, MONTANA—OCTOBER 2004—AN ELECTION YEAR

A small college town’s populace is tied, complicitly, to the brutal attack of a teenage boy by four of his classmates. Soon, heated rumors of a possible hate crime surface. Injustice is a hungry beast.

While Chris Bullet remains unresponsive in a coma, his skull shattered, he floats above dire circumstance. In this phantom state, compelled to witness his past once more, the family’s darkest secrets, hidden over generations, will be aired.

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A member of ITW: International Thriller Writers group, Justin Bog lives in the Pacific Northwest with his two long coat German shepherds, Zippy and Kipling. He is the author of the Suspense Magazine Award-winning collection, Sandcastle and Other Stories: The Complete Edition, and Hark: A Christmas Collection.

 

Find Justin at http://www.justinbog.com and on Facebook at Justin Bog.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustinBog

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Shakiest Gun in the West

Without looking – Who played the lead male character in the comedy western movies – The Shakiest Gun in the West?

If you answered – Don Knotts, then you are correct!

In 1870, Dentist, Jesse W. Heywood travels west to be a “frontier dentist.”  On his way, the stagecoaDon-Knotts.-The-Shakiest-Gun-in-the-West-arc-track-1-t1-small-300x228ch gets robbed by two masked bandits.  One of the bandits, Penelope “Bad Penny” Cushings (Barbara Rhoades) gets caught by the Posse.  She is given a choice, serve time in prison or get a pardon by helping to track down smugglers who are providing guns to the Indians.

Penelope wants the pardon, however, she runs into a problem when the man who is to pose as her husband on the wagon train gets shot.  She convinces bumbling Heywood to marry her and they continue on their journey.

On the way, Heywood becomes a legendary gunman when he guns down “Arnold the Kid” and though he doesn’t know how he did it because he shakes when he handles a gun.  No one cashakiest_gun_in_the_westn shake like Don Knotts!  No one!

Anyway, unbeknownst to Heywood, he had a little help in gunning down “Arnold the Kid.”

Don Knotts does not disappoint in this movie but he does get disappointed.

If you enjoy comedy and Don Knotts, then you will definitely enjoy The Shakiest Gun in the West!

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Laura San Giacomo as Crazy Cora

tn-500_103204_wb_0222b“Anyone who believes in magic is crazy.” ~ Crazy Cora, Quigley Down Under

Laura San Giacomo plays an outstanding role in the western movie Quigley Down Under as Crazy Cora, a misplaced American woman with post traumatic stress disorder.  Back in the western days no one called it post traumatic stress disorder, they called it crazy, hence Crazy Cora.

Cora’s tragic past drove her crazy–gave her post traumatic stress.  She dealt with the tragedy the best she could.  Everything comes back to haunt her during the fight scenes between the Australian Aborigines and Marston’s, the late (Alan Rickman), men.  Then she is left alone with an aboriginal baby who is hungry and cries a lot.  The scene is very intense when the dingoes come, however, we see the inner strength of Cora.

Movie critic, Roger Ebert wrote, “She isn’t just another pretty face and a great set of eyebrows. She has an authority, a depth of presence, that is attractive, and her voice is deep and musical.”510Js33u90L._SY445_

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