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January 1st – 11th

Start the year off right with free stuff!
I’m working frantically to get ‘BECOMING MONSTERS’ completed and out by June 2013.

Book Two of The Guardians of Esurack
Missy and Charlie must return to a world she left behind to find a killer of monsters and men.  But when she learns her connection to the killer is a physical one, there may be no way of stopping him without killing her in the process.  
1Gen Nook
My own personal Nook complete with cover and cords of course.  I loved it very very much until I got an iPad.  We cruised to Mexico and read on the back of the ship with this baby.  I love the 1 Gen Nook the most because it has the cool color touch screen at the bottom and works via WiFi and 3G.  The new ones you have to pay extra for 3G but this was standard back in the day.

And an autographed copy of Finding Monsters
3 additional ebook copies will be awarded randomly.  Choose from epub, kindle, or pdf

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Contest Will End January 11th, 2013


 is now available on Smashwords!

Monsters are real but they’re not what we’d expect. Their realm lays hidden only to be found in darkness. They watch their humans, the little ones and keep them from the dark portals leading to their world. To touch is forbidden… but not all follow the rules. 

Missy has been fighting to live her entire life, but when she finds herself in a realm of unique and sometimes deadly monsters, she discovers just how much of a survivor she really is. Accidentally transferred to this mysterious realm by her monster and only friend, Charlie, he finds himself weak and unable to protector her. The only way she can defend herself and him, is to become a monster herself. But an unknown dark stalker watches her progress and if he steals her power, he will unleash a scourge on both his world and the world she left behind. 

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Rush to Vertical Peak – Hidden Monsters Con’t – Chapter 8


Photo credit: Anya Sergeeva / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA

Jill grabbed a dish towel and pressed it into the wolf’s shoulder. She sniffed and wiped at tears as she worked to stop the blood flow.

“Jill, we need to leave here. Other’s will come when this one doesn’t return. We need to call my friend, Saal. He’ll help us,” Tom said. 

“Ok, where’s your phone?” she asked. 

“In my pocket.” 

Jill looked at the wolf’s thick fur and shook her head. “You don’t have pockets. Change back into a human.” 

“I can’t. The hyena tricked me. The rabbit must have been drugged.”  

“You ate a rabbit that mysteriously appeared trapped near our house? Are you crazy? That’s the oldest trick in the book!” Jill said. 

“I was hungry,” Tom whined. 

“Never mind, I hope you know this guy’s number by heart.” Jill punched the number into her phone as he rattled it off. Jill spoke into the phone for a few moments then listened. She explained her father’s current form and his inability to change. “Yeah I said the same thing,” she said, giving her father a scowl. “Ok, just a minute,” she said as she placed her phone near the wolf’s nose and hit the speaker button. 

“Tom? I hear you got yourself into a real mess. I’m at my cabin at Vertical Peak. Can you make it here?” Saal asked. 

“Yes, we can get there in a few days but we might attract attention with me in this form,” Tom said. 

“I understand. Hold on. Jill, stand back.” There was a short pause before the phone began to glow blue. “Ok, Tom, touch the phone.”

Tom touched his nose to the phone and the blue light began to grow and engulf him. It flashed white before it faded. Jill picked up the phone and laughed, “He looks like a Husky! Awesome!” 

“Awesome is you guys getting here as timely as possible, young lady,” Saal said. “I’m sending the address to your phone now.” 

“Yes Sir, thank you,” Jill said before the connection ended. “Can you walk?” she asked her father. 

He drifted slowly to his feet and limped after her as she made her way to the garage. He slumped at the door but she pulled him along, making her way to a small two seater Porche. 

“No, take the Mercedes. It’s designed as a getaway car.” 

Jill shrugged and moved toward the Mercedes CLS four-door coupe. She found a few old blankets and covered the back seat before she helped her father lay down. She grabbed a few more blankets and put them in the trunk, which held pieces of luggage for both of them, dry food, water and sodas. Jill grabbed a Coke and hopped in the front seat behind the wheel with a one month old learner’s permit. She pushed the start button and eased out onto the driveway. 

“Hang on, Daddy. I’ll get us there. Don’t die, ok?” 
“Ok,” he said.


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Serial Fiction Continues

I seem to write best when I have a prompt to play with.  I had a new idea for a novel (cause I don’t have enough to write already?), so I’ve decided to take it as far as it will go as online serial fiction.

Jillian finds out her father is not from the human world but having a father who is a wolf has it’s advantages especially when the government wants to dissect you and other monsters are out to kill you.

With her mother missing and time running out, Jill must learn to fight against deadly monsters, hide from cruel scientist and embrace her none human roots before school starts.

Follow the story on my new page – Hidden Monsters

Thanks to for supplying the awesome prompts!

I’d love to hear what you think….Leave a Comment and Enjoy!