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As The Ash Fell
by AJ Powers
Taking care of ten kids was the last thing Clay Whitaker expected by his twentieth birthday. Then again, after acclimating to the volatile nature of life in the Texan frozen wastelands, he’s not surprised by much anymore. That is, until he meets Kelsey Lambert. Now, with a brutal winter rolling in earlier than ever, Clay must swiftly adapt to the changes in his life to ensure the safety of those he cares about. Continue reading
Greetings, dear readers! Today we have Claire Banschbach here with a cover reveal for her upcoming book. Here’s a little bit about the book, plus the cover. Be sure to check out her blog for a full list of the bloggers and a possible short story.
A witch and her master capture a young faery and command her to kill their enemy. Adela has no choice but to obey. If she does not, they will force the location of her people’s mountain home from her and kill her. To make matters even worse, the person she is to kill is Continue reading
Well, I’m one of the winners. A few months ago, I submitted a short story to the Space Kitties contest. A few weeks ago, E Kaiser Writes informed me that I am one of the winners! What does this mean? It means that my story will be in an anthology of other stories about kitties in space.
Now that you know I have a short sci-fi story (something I’ve kind of kept a secret), you are probably wondering what it’s about. Well, it’s about a kitty in space. (duh!) Okay, I’ll stop teasing you.
Here’s a synopsis I just wrote up for it.
Jorde Luke Richter loves Space Trek: The New Generation so much so that he changed his name to be similar to the characters and has a cat named Data. Yep, that would be me. I love JLR, but now he’s gone. He’s on a spaceship searching for life on other planets and couldn’t take me with him. Until the day he sneaked me on board using the transport systems. And it was a good thing, too, because right after getting there, I heard mice in the ceiling.
By the way, this isn’t the first Space Kitties book. E. Kaiser Writes compiled one last year that is super cute! To find out more on it, click the book cover below.
I am super excited to work with E. Kaiser Writes and get this anthology published. Keep watching my blog to find out updates.
I was tagged to do this by Morgan Huneke. It looked like fun, so I think I’ll go ahead and do it. 🙂
Tell us eleven facts about yourself.
- I am the oldest of four. There is a twenty year spread between me and my brother with two sisters between.
- My reading genre likes and movie genre likes are quite different.
- I play piano and flute.
- I have played piano for 20 years.
- I have been driving for almost 10 years.
- I’m a Green Bay Packers fan.
- I enjoy making book covers and plan to do more of my own book covers.
- I’m a Children’s Leader in a Bible Study.
- I’m not a chocoholic.
- I’m the only non-chocoholic in my family besides my dad.
- I prefer pies over cake.
I am super excited to have one of my books get it’s 100th review today! The review itself is very short, but I’m not going to be picky, especially since it’s a five star review. 🙂 Here it is in all its wordiness:
I am really excited to have 100 reviews. Now to see if I can reach that number with A Mighty Fortress. I only need 29 for that one. 😉
I have an exciting treat for all of you. First of all, I only have an edit or two before I send The Solid Rock to the proofreaders! Second of all, I have a sneak peek available for you to read if you’d like. The sneak peek is rather long, but then also contains the entire prologue, so it should be. Here is the link to the sneak peek. Enjoy!