Saturday, January 30, 2010

by Annie Frame

What has been imprinted on your soul?

This spine chilling book takes the reader into the realms of horror all the more believable because it seems reality not fantasy. The Imprints enter the soul of the narrator with determined power and describe each of their emotions in vivid detail. It is impossible not to be deeply involved, revolted and yet entranced at the same time as the linking of the personalities becomes apparent. Desperation, self destruction and fear are superimposed on the beauty of the rose with its blood red petals. Each bloom shows the astral image of the various characters as their lives have been lived, giving some hope for the future and the lessons offered to the soul as it evolves to enlightenment and bewitching knowledge.

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Available from, The Nile AU, and Pegasus Publishing.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

The Quiet Road
by Annie Frame

The Quiet Road is a pleasant place. . .

. . .or is it?

Frankford Lucas is the chief superintendent in the police force. He is well respected and well thought of... however, he has a secret. Ever since childhood he has visited The Quiet Road in his dreams. He thought it was a good place, this Quiet Road, but events unfold to prove otherwise. Gruesome murders are being carried out on his patch and trophies turning up in his flat with no rational explanation. Who is slaughtering the innocent victims and why? Profiler Lenny Docker introduces a clairvoyant into the investigation and The Sarsaparilla Duchess, seems to know more about Frankford Lucas than she should - even more than he does himself! In time Frankford Lucas learns the true secret of The Quiet Road and realises he is dealing with a force beyond his control. Can he save his soul from darkness, and can he save the souls of others who cannot help themselves? The Road is long as is the investigation leading the reader on an intense journey they will not forget in a hurry!

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Available from,, and Pegasus Publishing.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

From my Family Recipe Box
by Dori Fritzinger

Ten years in the making. . .

And just in time for Thanksgiving. . .

“Family traditions and stories have been passed down through the generations and recipes are no different. Over four generations of family recipes are gathered together in this collection to share a bit of my family with yours.”
—Dori Fritzinger

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One dollar from from every book purchased will be donated to Share Our Strength: Ending childhood hunger in America.

Monday, October 5, 2009

The Zombie Cookbook
edited by Kim Richards, et al

Just in time for Halloween. . .

Eleven poems, recipes and stories to entertain you and help you entertain with zombies from writers who know. Romance and revenge, the Wild West and a wild train ride, exterminator tips and zombie tirades. Come, see how the other half lives. . .or doesn't.

With an intro by members of the heavy metal band from Amsterdam, The Zombie Cookbook, and artwork by George Silliman.

Wokking Dead by Karina L. Fabian
It’s war and love when zombies invade a Korean restaurant.

Secret Ingredient by Lisa Haselton
There’s a zombie in the kitchen! That may be the case, but when spaghetti-eating zombie Clete takes a job as the assistant chef at the L-Double-J ranch, he’s not the one you need to work out for. It’s a tale of catering and culinary revenge. Would you have added the secret ingredient?

A Zombie Named Clete by Lisa Haselton
A little poem in honor of the twice-deceased Clete. Was this on his tombstone, or did he carry a copy in his pocket?

Beer-Battered Zombie with Butternut Squash by Becca Butcher
What’s a cookbook without a recipe? Not for the faint of stomach, though with a few substitutions, it might actually make a good meal. (Not everyone’s a fan of squash, after all.)

The Right Recipe by Lin Neiswender
Zombie culinary aficionados had better watch out! The zombies are not pleased to be eaten, as the editor of the Zombie Cookbookery Publications discovers in this tale of turnabout-is-fair-play.

Quick & Easy Zombie Pastie by Kate Sender
A no frills, 4-ingredient full course meal will satisfy both your Zombie’s cravings and nutritional needs.

Express Cuisine by Dawn Marshallsay
Zombie attack on a speeding train—is there really any escape? Fight, hide, jump—none of it can stop you from becoming…Express Cuisine.

Brain Food by Carla Girtman
Ah, domestic zombie bliss! It’s the Undead Cleavers mixed in with a little Arsenic and Old Lace. Can’t tell you much about this story except that the ending will surprise you as much as it did Thelma!

Brain Salad for Dummies by Scott Virtes
The practical guide for that zombie invasion. Your own little zombie poison recipe, combined with practical advice. As Scott says—Follow his advice and you might get enough sleep at night to stay two steps ahead.

A Zombie’s APBM by Cinsearae Santiago
A zombie decides to give a ‘Hear ye, hear ye!’ to the human race after getting fed up with the lack of ‘good food’ these days.

My Big Fat Zombie Wedding by Karina Fabian
So what if he’s undead? That won’t not keep Vida from marrying her true love—and neither will challenges from prejudice to unusual dietary needs stop the wedding of the decade!

Available from Damnation Books and

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Beltane Magic
by Jacqueline Paige

Step into a world of magic and passion!

A serene woman who calls to the elements with a thought. A man of youthful charm who carries healing in his touch. Both vowed to spend their lives alone and safe, until they’re brought together by the touch of Beltane magic. Can they survive their pasts to be together as they struggle to find a killer before the wheel turns again?

Book one of the Magic Season series.

Available from Amira Press where you can read an excerpt.

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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Sisters in Time
by Ginger Simpson

Do you believe in time travel?

Two eras collide when a modern day attorney and a pioneer wife find themselves locked in a time not their own.

Mariah Cassidy awakens in the twentieth century. Confined in a pristine environment, hooked to tubes and beeping machines, she’s scared, confused and wondering why everyone keeps calling her Mrs. Morgan. Who is the strange man who keeps massaging her forehead and telling her everything is going to be all right?

Taylor Morgan tries to focus on her surroundings through a blinding headache. The patchwork quilt, the water basin, and the archaic room don’t strike a familiar chord. Her mouth gapes when a handsome man waltzes into the room, calls her darling, and expresses his delight that she’s on the road to recovery.

Available from Eternal Press where you can read an excerpt.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Second Chances
by Nika Dixon

Sometimes the second time around can be deadly!

Jackson Hale is through with rescuing Casey Marshall. Her crazy stunts and complete disregard for her own safety goes against everything he believes in. But when she witnesses a murder, he’s duty bound to help. As he scrambles to keep her alive, he discovers the true woman beneath the crazy antics, and is left to question everything. If he can’t trust his eyes, how can he trust his heart?

Casey has spent her entire life trying to get Jackson’s attention. She discovers all it takes is a dead body and a black hole in her memory. Together, on the run from hired killers, Casey realizes that the only way to keep Jackson safe is to push him away. Even if it costs her a chance at forever. . .and her very life.

Available from Red Rose Publishing where you can read an excerpt.

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