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Life of a Single Lady


Being single ain’t all it’s cracked up to be. Not in the sense that I can’t be alone or need someone in my life to feel complete. Because I’m pretty okay on my own. Except that it’s damn hard being on your own. Know what I mean? And I think the difficulties are greater when […]

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Stand-Alone Epic Novel or Series?


Just curious as to what y’all prefer: A single volume that is 800+ pages (original LOTR Tolkein had prior to being split; Battlefield Earth) or do you like your books in smaller, bite-size chunks (like LOTR in the three separate volumes)? Is it better to break things into smaller volumes even if there isn’t really […]

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It’s Okay to Tell Your Kids NO


Washington. Another school shooting. Yet another messed up kid (I refuse to use his name) that can’t handle being told “no”. From his tweets, he couldn’t handle a girl not wanting to go out with him. Kind of sounds like why that other guy shot up a bunch of people in California not too long […]

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Organ Reapers Cover Reveal!


I am so excited to share this with all of you! This book was so much fun to write and I look forward to  more adventures with Eli and Ava! Organ Reapers will be available October 31st!

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This one is titles "Vegas Mars". Stunning visualization of the way tourism would play out on the Red Planet

Mars Colonization as Seen Through the Eyes of Jac Kephart


I honestly can’t recall the exact moment I noticed the stunning pieces of art gracing one of the hallways of Wubben Sciences Center (Colorado Mesa University). All I remember is standing with my mouth open, staring at the five mixed-media canvases, wondering who the artist was and what they depicted (the descriptive plaques came a few […]

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The Struggling Artist: The Casualties of Writing by Shay West


Originally posted on Lisa M. Gott:
“The pen is mightier than the sword.” We’ve all heard those words at some point before in our lives. Maybe it was an English class or like me recently, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. And most of us discern their true meaning. But there’s also another meaning that…

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Hitchhiker’s Guide Birthday!


I turn 42 next week but celebrated my birthday this past weekend with a Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy themed party. :D People came dressed in their PJs and bathrobes and most even brought their own towels. I had plenty on hand for those that forgot theirs. Because one can never be without a towel […]

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The Lightwalker by CP Bialois


About the Book Four years after the end of the Minotaur War and Berek’s sacrifice, the friends have moved on with their lives. Each has faced new challenges, but nothing can prepare them for what’s to come. Solaria fought against the Gods of Pyrain for dominance in an age long forgotten by most. Defeated, he was […]

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Building a Legend by CP Bialois


  About the Book Respect is often one of the most difficult things to find when setting out on a new path. It’s not any easier being a Halfling, but Eron is determined to achieve his dream of being a ranger. Following the death of Reinhart, Eron is duty-bound to follow through on his dream. […]

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Cover Reveal for TAG by Shari Ryan


Book Description: What if your family had a big secret . . . a life changing secret. My dad, the bigwig CIA agent, was always on the run, whether he was being chased or doing the chasing. I missed him. Then my mom passed away, and my sister was murdered. I turned my solitude to […]

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Excerpt From My New Urban Fantasy Novel!


How would  you guys like a sneak peek at my new urban fantasy novel, The Organ Reapers? Launching Fall 2014 so keep your eyes peeled for the launch date announcement! The Organ Reapers Chapter One “Tani, is that him?” Keena whispered. Tani nodded. “It is. He looks exactly like the drawing Master Kelhar gave us.” […]

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Steampunk Takes Over the Grand Valley!


The Grand Valley Magazine did an entire issue dedicated to the steampunk genre in the hopes of generating interest for the steampunk convention coming to Grand Junction, CO at the end of this month (Sept 26-28th). The photo shoot was superbly fun and the pictures are awesome! Here’s just a little taste of what the […]

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The Amazing Allure of the Con: Why Do You Attend?


My FB newsfeed is often filled with folks dressed up in impressive cosplay, showing off their love for their favorite fictional characters at any number of scifi/fantasy conventions. I love seeing the photos with the celebrity guests, the autographed books people pick up from their favorite authors, the various tidbits and trinkets from local vendors. […]

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Doctor Shay Gets Her Dance On


My sister, Bree, and Kevin tied the knot a few weekends ago and I have to say, the wedding was the most epic occasion. Not just for the nuptials but for the reception afterwards. They had karaoke and there was lots of singing and dancing. And drinking and dancing and more singing. And then more drinking. […]

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Desperate Reflections: Available Through Booktrope Publishing


Desperate Reflections, the third book of the Alexis Davenport series is now available through your favorite online book sellers! Blurb: In this final book of the Adventures of Alexis Davenport Series, we find Alex dealing with more drama than ever: her first break-up, her mom’s new boyfriend, and attempting to learn the secrets of her […]

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