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Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror & Suspense Calendar

Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror & Suspense Calendar

As much as I love writing real life drama, I’m excited about the science fiction ideas that have kept me awake. My phone has so many notes on it, all fantasy and scifi. Instafreebie is wonderful place for authors to offer a sampling or a whole meal of their work for you to read. I’d rather give you some of my short stories than have them hibernate on Amazon 🙂

I’ll add more giveaways to this list in the next weeks and refresh the post so you don’t miss out!  If you’d like a reminder, be sure to sign up for my emails.

Here’s an exciting bit of news; Instafreebie selected Vapor along with two other fabulous reads, to feature on their front page today.

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January 9-15 Science Fiction Fantasy Mega Book Giveaway  Over 100 free books!

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January 15th A new Science Fiction/Fantasy Giveaway begins. This one has an opportunity to win a $60 Amazon Gift Card.  If you’re on my email list, I’ll send out a reminder on the 15th.

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January 23-27 Horror & Suspense Giveaway

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Giveaway! Claim your book: The Wrong Girl

Giveaway! Claim your book: The Wrong Girl

Giveaway! Claim your book: The Wrong Girl The Wrong Girl offers samples from books in the Still Life with Memories series. These samples give a taste not of Natasha (the girl Lenny loves) but rather of another woman, Lana, who appears time and again, in several scenes in the books. She is flirtatious enough to… Continue Reading

Confessions of a Book Hoarder

An Excerpt from my email today – I have a confession to make; I’m a book hoarder. Yes, I often see books for sale, books I have no intention of reading, but something about the covers, or the way they smell, or the library stamp resonates with me and so I buy them. Another thing… Continue Reading

Memory of the Color Yellow Science Fiction

Memory of the Color Yellow Science Fiction

My childhood officially ended the day I heard the word Tiresias while playing tag with my friends on a sultry August afternoon. As daylight waned, neighborhood kids ran rampant over manicured lawns screaming, “You’re it!” and “Tag, I gotcha!” We were twelve year olds; ranging in the stages of maturity from testosterone-ridden puberty to pencil-necked… Continue Reading