Thursday, January 7, 2016

2016 Winter Reading List

Golden Girl - Mary Kennedy - Romance

Silent Prey - T. M. Simmons - supernatural 

  Mistaken Identity - Patrick Gligor - Suspense

 Killers-Demons-II-They-Return - A. F. Stewart

Girl with Pencil, Drawing - Linda Marie Frank - Young Adult/Teen Mystery

Dark Pursuit - Jennifer Chase(Emily Stone Series Book 5) - Mystery, Thriller/Suspense/Crime

  The Run-Away Couple - Maggie Tideswell - Romance

Hypno-Scripts: Life-Changing Techniques Using Self-Hypnosis and Meditation - Mary Deal Spirituality/New Age/Meditation

 Dead Man Ohio - T. M. Simmons - Mystery, Ghosts


  1. I would like to post my latest book, Rogue Wave, the last in the Emma Winberry series. Available on Amazon, Oak Tree Press, and Kindle.

  2. You might have heard about the notorious occultist, Aleister "THE BEAST" Crowley. You might know that the British press called him "The Wickedest Man In The World". You might know his favorite number was 666. You might know that he died in 1947 and you might know his body was cremated. You might even know that the urn containing his ashes mysteriously disappeared. But… what you didn't know is that the missing urn was recently discovered by the leader of GraveStone, a struggling Seattle-based death-metal band. And now, as the great Ray Bradbury would say, something wicked this way comes. Oh, yes. Indeed it does. Suddenly, the band has a strange new name and is blazing a path to fame and fortune while Seattle's clergymen are mysteriously dying––one at a time––exactly 9 days apart. Is there a connection? Is it murder? Where's the evidence? It's the most bizarre case that has ever landed on the desk of Seattle Police Detective, Brian Kane.

    Fortunately... Rowena Ravenwood––an occult specialist with the FBI––has been assigned to help Kane unravel this chilling chain of events as the survival of the entire human race hangs in the balance.

    Unfortunately... the clues to help solve the case are in desperately short supply. Worse yet, so is the amount of time to stop the madness before all Hell breaks loose. And – according to Special Agent Ravenwood – that’s not just a figure of speech.


    KINDLE (U.S.) $2.99 -
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    "Rivals the best I've ever read by Stephen King, Peter Straub, or Dean Koontz. Hell, Clive Barker would be proud of this one. Yes, it's that good." - Jeff Whelan

    "It threw me for a literary loop, and I could NOT put this baby down!. The characters are very realistic... the plot is amazing. The twists in this story were terrific." - J. Wall, photographer

    "Brilliantly conceived and executed. I couldn't put it down." - Rai Aren, author of Secret Of The Sands

    “The writing was flawless, and the plot was so clever and enticing, that I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys occult mysteries. A riveting story.” – Sandra Carrington-Smith

    "A page turner... dragging you into a world where few authors have successfully gone... to the Gates of Hell and back! The thrill ride alone is worth the purchase." - Valerie Bowen, author of the Mind of a Madman series

    "I was hooked by the end of the first chapter and literally unwilling to put it down!" - Nikki, book blogger at Close Encounters With The Night Kind

    “I wasn't so much reading the book as being sucked into the story with very little effort and seeing the story unfold in my mind through spectacular imagery...” – Michelle Parkins, South Africa

    "The character creation is fabulous." - Christina M. Condy, reviewer

    "A good break after all the boy-meets-girl plots. Good writing... interesting concepts... a riddle and some clues to solve... I was reminded of Dennis Lehane. Very different from other horror fiction stories... even gave the whole Necronomicon tale a new spin." - Cyma R. Kahn, reviewer

    "Filled with magick... at times drawing one into the evil." - Ellen In Atlanta, reviewer

    "Plenty of atmosphere and a compelling narrative. A worthwhile roller-coaster ride." - Bob Freeman, author of The Descendant

    “The narrative takes a different approach to the run-of-the-mill Satanist storyline.The action builds nicely and we are drawn into the web of evil and dark revelations as the story progresses.The narrative is rich with details on magic, mystical cycles, and ancient gods and goddesses.” – Drake Morgan at Horror Novel Reviews

  3. Thank you! Please add to your Winter Reading List my most current novels:

    STACY’S SONG, 5 Star Reviews:

    DARK MOON RISING-Paranormal romantic thriller
    in All ebook formats+print. 5 Star Reviews!

    THE DEVIL AND DANNA WEBSTER-YA romance in ALL digital formats+print :

    BASS and the LADY by Ken Farmer and Buck Stienke. Released Jan. 22, 2016. Has all 5 Star Reviews (10 to date 2/4/16.
    BASS and the LADY sees the US Marshal Service--with Marshals Bass Reeves and Fiona Miller--and the Texas Rangers joining forces to hunt down a vicious killer. Judge Issac Parker, the presiding federal judge over the Indian Nations assigns his only lady marshal to work with the intrepid Bass Reeves...Fireworks are sure to follow.
    I discovered the existence of lady marshal, F.M. Miller, while researching through the 3,000 felony warrants Deputy US Marshal Bass Reeves served in his 31 year career. Very little is known about her save this small quote:

    The Fort Smith Elevator, in its November 6, 1891, issue described "Mrs. Miller as a dashing brunette of charming manners..." The same article described Miller as " expert shot and a superb horsewoman, and brave to the verge of recklessness. It is said that she aspires to win a name equal to that of Belle Starr, differing from her by exerting herself to run down criminals and in the enforcement of the law."
    Could there possibly be a better character to work with Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves than Deputy Marshal Fiona Miller?