Monday, November 26, 2012

Meet the Lil Anchors from Anchor Group!

Wendy Nystrom

Cindy Springsteen

Jodi Stone

What do they have in common? These gals are all contracted with Anchor Group Publishing and are children authors. So they teamed up to help each other and call themselves Lil Anchors. They are having a blast working with each other.  There are other children books from Anchor Group we post on the Lil Anchor Group page for all Children books on the page. All three of us have more books coming in 2013. 

Their books

Wendy's delightful adventure a lad quest to touch the moon in Iceland

Cindy's sweet story about two hamsters and their owners who learn a lesson in bullying.

Jodi's story about a little girl who is bored and had an adventure with her doll house.
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                             Wendy Nystrom

                                                                                                                               Jodi Stone

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 All Anchor Books are 99 cents through  November 26th

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Cyber Monday With Rue Volley!

Here are some .99 books by Rue Volley
Rue Volley's author page on Amazon

The Blood & Light vampire series-adult fiction
Blood & Light (book #1)
Smoke & Mirrors (book #2)
Oil & Water (book #3)
Clarity & Reason (book #4)
Grace & Beauty (book #5)

Stuff & Things and what boredom brings (a witches tale book #1)
Menagerie of Mystery & Mayham (Maddie Maze series book #1)
Whimsical whatnots and whodidits (Maddie Maze series book #2)

Hunter’s Blood Series
Hunter’s Blood (book #1)
Snakes & Sinners (book #2)
Catch & Release (book #3)
Beautiful Breakdown (book #4)
Darkness to Light (book #5)

Vampire Fetish series-erotica
One Bite (book #1)
Two Bites (book #2)

Wolves & Witches (book #1)-erotica
Razor Saga-erotica
Razor (book #1)
Torn (book #2)
Malice (book #3) 

Hoblin Goblin-anthology- adult fiction
Bella Morte-anthology- erotica

Friday, May 25, 2012

Emlyn Chands latest book has been released!

Open Heart is officially here!

That’s right, today’s the big release date. I hope you’re excited. If not, that’s okay—I’m definitely excited enough for everyone. Yaaaaaah!
To celebrate this momentous occasion, a few cool things are going on. First, Farsighted is free for Kindle all weekend. Yup, tell your friends—especially those who you think might enjoy it. Second, I’m giving away an autographed paperback copy of Open Heart as part of the Splash into Summer giveaway (and over 200 other bloggers are giving away awesome prizes of their own). Third, I have lots of fun fan goodies, including quizzes, desktop wallpapers, music, and info for book clubs.
Yup, it’s pretty much a party over here all weekend. So check out this summary of Open Heart and click below to read two excerpts—I’m sharing one each for Teams Alex and Dax.

Bio and Contact Links

Emlyn Chand emerged from the womb with a fountain pen clutched in her left hand (true story). Since then, she has always loved to hear and tell stories. When she’s not writing, she runs a large book club in Ann Arbor and is the president of author PR firm Novel Publicity. Learn more about Emlyn at or by connecting with her on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or GoodReads.  Don’t forget to say “hi” to her sun conure Ducky!

Farsighted Book Trailer
Character Quiz
Boyfriend Quiz 
Open Heart Playlist
Desktop Wallpapers

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Crimson Shadow Noir By Nathan Squires

Buy on Amazon - Ebook _ Paperback

Crimson Shadow: Noir excerpt:

"I'M NOT YOUR GOD DAMN SON!" Xander shrieked, bracing himself for the familiar agony of Kyle's belt. His eyes flew open as he shot upright. Sweeping some strands of hair from his sweat-soaked brow, his panicked heart finally settled in his chest as he saw that he was not at the mercy of his stepfather.
Instead, his entire first period class stared at him.
Somebody up front snickered as others turned to whisper to their neighbors. Feeling his face redden, Xander did his best to ignore his peers and took a deep breath.
Xander cringed and watched as Mister Nimbe navigated his way from the chalkboard towards him. In a lot of ways seeing the portly teacher calmed him. Letting out a slow breath, he reassured himself of the truth:
Kyle was dead.
". . . enough, Stryker!"
Hearing his name, Xander snapped out of his thoughts and looked up at Mister Nimbe.
The teacher's jaw shifted before he slapped a heavy palm down on the desktop. Xander stared at him, continuing to ignore his peers as they gossiped and laughed.
He didn’t want this kind of attention.
"Don't play games with me, you little punk!" Mister Nimbe's voice was hard though he spoke softly, "The next time you decide to act up in my class, it's your funeral!"
A girl sitting nearby cackled, "That’ll be the day!"
There was another bout of laughter.
Xander forced himself not to look away from Mister Nimbe, who seemed to bask in the approval of his class. Unable to handle another moment of the humiliation, he snatched his backpack by the strap and pulled it with him as he stood from his desk and hurried for the door. Behind him he heard Mister Nimbe yell after him, but he was already too far out the door to hear it or care.
"Fucking assholes!" Xander spat. The burning in his cheeks had spread and now his entire body felt hot with his growing rage.You need to calm down. Trepis said.
Xander shook his head at the advice. He let out a growl and threw a balled fist into a nearby locker; a jolt of magical energy following through. Withdrawing his hand he saw that he had nearly torn the metal off its hinges. He smirked at the results and started walking again.
Trepis sighed, Was that really necessary?
"Is any of this really necessary?" He retorted.
Trepis, after an airy sigh, went silent.
Xander nodded to himself, satisfied that the voice in his head was finally done criticizing him and continued down the hall. Gripping the pack of cigarettes in his pocket, he turned onto the East Wing, dragging the fingers of his left hand across the rows of lockers as he walked.
Going to see Stan?
"You know it." Xander said as he turned another corner and stopped just before the cafeteria, pushing open the door labeled "TEACHERS LOUNGE" without hesitation.
An old coffee machine to his right gurgled and belched its greeting as a fresh batch of sludge dripped into a carbon-stained pot. Nearby, a wild-haired woman who Xander recognized as one of the English teachers sat with a crossword puzzle while an over-caffeinated math teacher grunted something about a failing sports team. Reaching blindly for his cup of coffee, he knocked it onto his crotch and swore as steam rose from his pants.
As expected, neither noticed Xander as he walked in.
Unable to wait any longer, he retrieved a cigarette and began working to light it. The worn-out lighter sparked uselessly.
"Damn it!" Xander said, scowling at the lighter before tossing it into the trash.
"Need a light?" Stan's voice emerged from the corner of the lounge.
Xander smiled, "Would you?"
"Hey!" the coffee-stained teacher frowned at Xander, "You're not supposed to be in--"
The man's eyes went dull, followed soon after by the woman's, before both stood and walked out the door, closing it behind them as they did.
Once they were alone, Xander turned towards his friend and smirked, "You're going to have to teach me how to do that."Stan's dirty-blonde hair shifted as he shook his head. "Xander, Xander, Xander... it's not even second period." he scolded as he held out his hand.
Xander watched as the cigarette sparked and magically ignited and he was rewarded with a rush of flavor. He smiled and took a long drag before taking it between his fingers and sitting beside his friend.
"Had the dream again."
Stan nodded, his blue-green eyes going solemn, and leaned his head back.
Xander thought for a moment that he might offer Stan a cigarette as a joke, but thought better of it. Stan always said that the things were a poison and putting those substances in your system was like allowing your own personal Trojan horse into your body time and time again.
Scowling, Stan turned his head towards him, "What are you going to do with your life, Xander? I see the potential, but..." he sighed then, shaking his head.
Xander didn't take his eyes from the floor, "Maybe Yin will take me tonight. Then I won't have to worry about where I'm going, right?"
Stan rolled his eyes, "I doubt you're going to find your escape in the barrel of that old revolver tonight. Or tomorrow... or even the day after that." He chuckled, "I mean, if I seriously thought you were in any danger I'd have had you put away long ago."
"So why haven't you?" Xander allowed his eyes to shift in Stan's direction.
Stan shrugged, "It's that whole potential thing I was talking about. You're not worth much to the world in a padded cell."
Xander scoffed, "Wouldn't say I'm worth much to the world at all!"
"Or maybe you just don't see that potential yet." Stan curled his lip.
Xander frowned, "Then can you tell me what's going to happen?"
Stan shook his head, "I’ve told you before: the future can't be seen. It hasn't been written yet."
"But you must know something!" Xander did what he could to hide his aggravation, but his lingering rage and growing confusion became too much and the wall groaned against the magical energy and cracked under the pressure.
Stan sighed, "I know that I'm tired of mending this damn wall!"
Xander nodded, "Sorry."
He had lost count of all the times his friend had used his magic to fix what he had broken with his own. This time wasn't any different:
Stan focused on the wall; his eyes narrowing with the same intensity they'd shown when lighting Xander's cigarette. After a silent moment, the pieces of cracked plywood shifted and cracked as they bonded together and the drywall reformed, leaving the wall looking good as new. When it was done, he went back to staring at the ceiling. "How's Trepis?"
"He's... still Trepis."
Stan tilted his head and gave him a skeptical look, "Trep?"
Doing fine. Trepis answered in Xander's head, Kid's just being a brat.
Both Stan and Trepis laughed.
Xander frowned.
"Oh, stop being so sensitive!" Stan gave him a few hard pats on the back; his energy stinging like lightning under his skin before it spread like a sweet drug through his system. "You can't take everything so seriously!"
Xander smiled against the bizarre sensation and leaned into the couch, "Yea, right." He tried to mask the sarcasm in his voice.
Stan, ignoring Xander's attitude, stared back up at the ceiling, "So what do you want for your birthday?"
Xander sighed and took another long drag, not stopping until he'd burned up the cig to the filter and blowing the smoke out slow. "I want freedom, Stan."

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Twitter shouts!

I gathered a few authors from my following list on twitter and I'd like to share them with you :)
I'm 23, traveled the world, been in the army, got a B.S. in physics, attended grad school, and now I'm an author. Who knows what shenanigans I'll get into next!
Writer, and a bunch of other things. I play with no boundaries...why waste a mind? I also RT, and appreciate it when other RT back! :-)
Beyond the Realm of... ·
BFA Theater Design and Technology candidate at Southern Utah Univeristy, also published poet and author of literary fiction novels...
Author (Christian Fiction/Romance/Suspense), Actress, Administrative Professional. I love connecting, motivating others and being inspired by your words.
South Carolina ·
My job: to terrify kids
New York, NY, USA ·
Author of The One That Got Away. Looking 2 infuse creativity & 2 spread cheer. Butter & Coffee rock my world.
4ever young, published freelance/short story writer; KidLit author. Mom to 4 humaniods. Literacy/Apraxia of Speech advocate. Slightly crazy, but in a good way.
Just this side of this & that. ·
If Books Were People,They'd Mingle at Novelspot; Email to be added to our author directory @
We are the writing world ·
Author of Down Home, stories of growing up in nowhere Oklahoma
Author of Ever Shade (A Dark Faerie Tale) YA series launching Feb. 29th 2012 with Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing
Writes Western novels under the pen name of Chuck Tyrell. Writes articles and books on Japan under Charles T. Whipple name. Edits and consults as requested.
Writing YA fantasy series. Entering 1st into Amazon Breakthrough in 01/12. Published as political fiction writer, but excited to try something v. different.
Mystery/thriller author. Latest novel is THE BUTTERFLY FOREST.
I write the only and therefore number 1 high fantasy/cyberpunk thriller series. I am unlike any writer you've ever read or feed you've ever followed.
New Delta, Hominia(DC Metro) ·
I'm an avid reader with a penchant for horror. I am searching for the ultimate horror novel/short story - recommendations welcome :)
American bestselling author of 'unputdownable' thrillers. Follow me on Twitter and you get a free ebook!
Oxford, UK & Europe ·
Reporter turned speechwriter turned university professor turned federal communications exec turned self-published author, now trying to catch breath ...
Rockville, MD ·
Author, speaker at & . New book: OWN YOUR NICHE: Hype-Free Internet Marketing Tactics...
Writer,Dog Groomer,Mother of two kids,two dogs and a ghost hunter.My first book ,The Unfaithful Widow is being published April 2012.
BFE otherwise Pennsylvania ·
Author of the paranormal romance series, Power of the Moon FB -
Sci fi/noir author of NECROPOLIS. Stage actor/director/writer, former sitcom writer (but don't hold that against me). Follow me (over that cliff).
Author, bibliophile. Lover of Steampunk & Sherlock Holmes. My novel Under a Starlit Sky to be published 2012 by Firefly & Wisp! Editor at Xchyler Publishing.
Author. Reader. Lover of science and science fiction. Fan of fantasy and the real world around me. Kids/YA Science Fiction Fantasy Author:
I am a mother of three fab kids. I am married. Every day I wake up is a good day.I love dragons. Currently spending time in my imaginary world .