Posts tagged with: print book

The Fun of a Con is Easy to be Had!

By On May 1 2013, 8:57 am

A conference or convention, I call them con’s and I always have a ball. Maybe I’m lucky, but then again, I probably go in with the right frame of mind and am therefore never disappointed. They run the gambit of subjects from fantasy/science fiction/horror to science fiction/fantasy/BDSM to books in general, romance in specific. The latter is both Authors After Dark and RT, but only AAD do I make the time to go to every year from the beginning … without fail.

So, how do I enjoy myself?

My one and only rule I follow is that I go with the intention of talking to people I don’t know as well as reconnecting with those I already do. That’s it! None of it is all that difficult to and it works. Some folks may need to step out of the insecurity/shy bubble they normally have surrounding them, but it is worth the effort to do. Read more…

How To Start A Movement…Horror Style

By On Sep 23 2012, 9:00 am

Tagged as action, Cain, demons, ebook, Evil Eternal, & 6 more...

I did it! I finally came up with a proper name for the month of October. But I’m getting ahead of myself. For those who don’t know me, I’m part of the Samhain Horror crew, and like Sy Sperling in those old Hair Club for Men commercials, I’m not just a writer, I’m also a [...]

Red, Hot, & Blue Series Print Release: RED BLOODED by Cat Johnson

By On Mar 18 2012, 9:00 am

What’s hotter than a man in uniform? Getting him out of his uniform. Meet the red-blooded, true-blue men of Special Task Force Zeta!

A Touch of Magick

By On Sep 18 2011, 1:41 pm

A Touch of Magick is now available in print from Samhain Publishing! If you go casting love spells, be careful what you wish for. Spells, Secrets and Seductions, Book 1 Rhiannon Sparks admits she’s not a very good witch—she can’t even light a candle without a match—but she keeps trying. At least her talent [...]

Long Distance Romances and Texting

By On May 29 2011, 7:09 am

  Yeah, we’ve all done it, the long distance romance. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. For me, it’s not ever worked out quite well. So when I started writing The Reluctant Prince, there was a part of the story where I knew it would be a long distance romance, and frankly, the idea terrified [...]

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