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Thought of the day: if the terrorists really want to destroy evil, they need to fill up a plane with virgin-loving wannabe martyrs, and fly it into a Westboro Baptist Church service. –Caedem Marquez —

All proceeds from books sold today go to Wounded Warrior Project. 

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My thoughts go out to the innocent who are grieving today.

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Well, I failed all of you. I was about 24 hours late in getting my book up but hopefully you will forgive me!

Thanks you for all the support you have shown me this last year; my adventure in writing continues as I just released my new book, “The Girl Who Loved Too Much” a ya paranormal romance.

It’s available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

If you all could help spread the word, I would appreciate it! Just copy and paste the following tweet for Twitter and Facebook.

RT: Love is eternal. So is hate. Exciting, action packed YA Para romance, The Girl Who Loved Too much. http://amzn.to/H8D3lx #amazon

Most importantly, let me know if you enjoyed the book!

Here is the blurb for The Girl Who Loved Too Much:

Love is eternal. So is hate.

All 18-year-old Jennifer Gransen wants is to be normal and to be loved. Those in her small town hate her. They believe she is a monster because her eyes are the color of diamonds. Her neighbor, Elder Johnson, is her most vocal enemy and he has not ceased recounting the frightening sounds and vicious sights he once witnessed outside her farm. Her existence as a despised and distrusted teen isn’t going to end soon.

Then, Gabriel comes to town. He is handsome and confident and unlike the other townspeople, doesn’t look away when he sees Jennifer’s eyes.

What should be the start of a beautiful love story turns into war when Jennifer discovers she has the ability to control wind and lightning; Elder decides she is out to destroy Gabriel, as well as the town, and he readies his attack. Jennifer will have to use everything in her power to defeat Elder. If she doesn’t beat him he will destroy her world and unleash the monster he always believed her to be.

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I’ve put off publishing “The Girl Who Loved Too Much” for far too long. I never meant to, but somehow things always got in the way. Whether it was my computer crashing, my working on other books, or just simply seeing a movie instead of doing my last read through, I have not published “The Girl Who Loved Too Much” and I should have.

So as a promise to my fans and friends, I am going to get “The Girl Who Loved Too Much” up by Monday, March 26.

I originally started it way back in 2004, if my memory serves right and finished it in 2008. It was edited last year and I’ve been waiting to get it out there because I wanted to write the sequel, then I wasn’t sure if I should put them out together, then I thought maybe I should put the first book out, then wait a few months and blah blah blah.

In the end, I kind of froze myself with indecision. Am I going to get blamed because the name is too familiar with the other series? You know which one I’m talking about. The ones by Stieg Larsson. Interestingly enough, I never heard of the books until 2010.

Should I even put out a YA novel when the other works I have put out are for adults and I don’t even have a YA fan base?

Anyway, there was a lot of hand wringing for no good purpose.

So, I am sitting in my coffee shop, trying to work and I have decided that my fans deserve another book and it’s time to put it out there.

So I promise, by Monday, I will have hit publish.

I just have to finish the cover, do my last read through and finish the blurb. I CAN do it! Lol.

 

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Today author Dean Mayes’ book, The Hambledown Dream, is featured.

But first, as always, Dean is going to share a funny story from his life:
I had the most annoying habit of analyzing peoples conversations whilst writing my novel because I was paranoid about my ability to create decent dialogue. (more…)

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Today Samantha Warren’s book Vampire Assassin (Jane #1) is featured.

Samantha is going to share a funny story from her life:
 A man and a giraffe walk into a bar. They order a couple rounds of vodka (ok, more than a couple) and get totally wasted. The giraffe falls on the floor and the man gets up to leave. As he’s walking to the door, the bartender yells, “Hey! You can’t leave that lyin’ there!” The man looks at the giraffe, (more…)

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Today David Gaughran’s book of short stories, “If You Go Into The Woods” is featured.

But first, David is going to share a funny story from his life:
I once woke up face-to-face with a severed bull’s head. I didn’t take it personally though. (more…)

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Today Tim Kizer’s book, “Intoxication” is featured.

But first, Tim is going to share a funny story from his life:
A couple of years ago, I visited a friend in San Diego. She hosted a small party at her place that day and, after we had some food, she said that she had bought a dozen scratch off lottery tickets earlier and that she wanted us to help her find out if she had won anything. I had a chance to scratch two of those tickets and was excited to find out that one of them won $10,000. For the next few minutes, (more…)

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