S.I.L.V.E.R. BASTARD by Joanna Wylde

Silver Bastard (Silver Valley, #1) Joanna Wylde Release Date: April 7, 2015   Blurb Fourteen months. For fourteen months, Puck Redhouse sat in a cell and kept his mouth shut, protecting the Silver Bastards MC from their enemies. Then he was free and it was time for his reward—full membership in the club, along with a party to celebrate. That’s when he saw Becca Jones for the first time and set everything in motion. Before the night ended he’d violated his parole and stolen her away from everything she knew. Five years. It was five ... Read More

Guest Post: Unhidden by Dina Given

Title: Unhidden (The Gatekeeper Chronicles, Book #1) Author: Dina M. Given Release date: December 29, 2014 Book Genre: Adult Urban Fantasy / Paranormal Romance  Read Natalie & Mary's Double 4.5 Star Review  http://bit.ly/1A2McDH Blurb It’s not always easy to differentiate between the good guys and the bad guys, especially when a trained killer may be falling in love with her evil hunter… Emma Hayes, a former military Special Forces Operative turned mercenary-for-hire, finds her tightly controlled world turned upside ... Read More

Guest Post: The Black Door by Charlotte Howard

Title: The Black Door Author: Charlotte Howard Publication Date: July 11, 2014 Synopsis Imogen Pearce is a single mum of four children and fast approaching 40, she works at Ryedale Incorporated where she has to battle a younger and smarter generation to get to where she wants to go. If that means taking on the account of Cherry and Sean Rubin’s adult shop, then she will. But what happens when Imogen discovers the private club that they run at the back? And what happens when she realizes she knows quite a few members? Buy the ... Read More

Guest Post by Dina Given: And Let the Writing Begin!

  Guest Post And Let the Writing Begin!   I apologize for the radio silence over the past two weeks. I was traveling outside of the US on business all of last week, and this week I landed myself in the Emergency Room with an allergic reaction to nuts. I wanted to send a very special shout-out to my sister, Natalie, who drove an hour to sit by my hospital bed, and slept over my house to keep watch over me.   I am feeling much better and have fully recovered from my ordeal, so I am ready to start blogging again. In my prior ... Read More

Guest Post from Dina Given on Brainstorming

Guest Post Brainstorming   I began fleshing out story ideas for my book the old fashioned way – writing by hand using a gel ink pen in a college ruled notebook. I found that handwriting during the brainstorming phase was much more beneficial than typing ideas into Microsoft Word. When I use a word processor, I have the tendency of re-reading, rearranging and editing what I wrote. This is not a very useful thing to do during brainstorming.   The whole purpose behind brainstorming is to go with the flow – do not censor yourself, do not ... Read More

Guest Post from Dina Given – Where Do Book Ideas Come From (Or Where Did Mine Come From)?

Guest Post Where Do Book Ideas Come From (Or Where Did Mine Come From)?   So many authors talk about how their successful story ideas came to them in a dream, or how their main characters had been talking to them in their heads for years before they put pen to paper. I had been waiting for years for such natural inspiration, but the only voice in my head was my own, expressing doubt and negative self-talk.   I finally decided that I would just chase down the idea, rather than waiting for the idea to find me. When I started this particular ... Read More